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Fort Myers

Creator: Gerri Reaves | History - 2008-05

Cattle stroll to market, and post-World War II newcomers transform the paradise of Gilded Age millionaires and tin-can tourists. Fort Myers continues to reinvent itself, maintaining the treasures of its richly storied past.

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

About this book
In these photographs, the neighborhood service station, the drugstore soda fountain, and steamboat mail-delivery live on. Nineteenth-century storefronts stand amid condo towers. Cattle stroll to market, and post-World War II newcomers transform the paradise of Gilded Age millionaires and tin-can tourists. Fort Myers continues to reinvent itself, maintaining the treasures of its richly storied past.



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Legendary Locals of Fort Myers

Creator: Gerri Reaves | History - 2012

From its beginning as a military installation in the Second Seminole War through the postwar booms of the 20th century, Fort Myers has had its share of famous residents and heroes, from Thomas A. Edison to Olympian Al Oerter, from musician ...

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

About this book
From its beginning as a military installation in the Second Seminole War through the postwar booms of the 20th century, Fort Myers has had its share of famous residents and heroes, from Thomas A. Edison to Olympian Al Oerter, from musician Billy Nalle and football Hall-of-Famer Deion Sanders to world-renowned artist Robert Rauschenberg. But beyond being the winter home of such famous residents as the Edisons and Fords, the City of Palms has been fertile ground for local legends, both admirable and notorious. County commissioner "Wild Bill" Towles burned down the county courthouse so he could build a modern one--and got lots of help. Plucky 10-year-old Margaret Mickle set out in a rowboat and got a private meeting with a former president of the United States on demand. Nurse LaVeta Allen defied Jim Crow laws to save the life of a black woman, knowing it would get her fired. Such are the raucous, comical, and touching histories of those who made a difference in Fort Myers.


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Fort Myers, FL - Official Website | Official Website
View the Downtown & Midtown Density Study from the Jan 9 public meeting. The City of Fort Myers is considering changes to City code and redevelopment plans to create ...

Fort Myers 2017: Best of Fort Myers, FL Tourism - TripAdvisor
Fort Myers Tourism: TripAdvisor has 98,969 reviews of Fort Myers Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Fort Myers resource.

Fort Myers, Florida - Wikipedia
Fort Myers is the county seat and commercial center of Lee County, Florida, United States. Fort Myers is a gateway to the Southwest Florida region and a ...

Fort Myers| VisitFlorida.com
Fort Myers is popular for its beaches, fishing, shopping – and the opportunity to learn about two of the nation’s most famed inventors and business leaders.

The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel - Hotels, Vacation ...
Discover pristine beaches, outdoor adventure, and a relaxed island paradise on The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel with this new guidebook from Lonely Planet.


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This Postcard features a statue of Thomas Alva Edison standing amidst a humongous Banyan tree on the grounds of the Edison & Ford Winter Estate and Museum. The first Banyan tree in America was planted in 1925 by Thomas Edison here at his winter home in Fort Myers, Florida. It was a small four-foot Ficus Benghalenis when it was given to him and has grown to be the largest in the continental United States (and 3rd largest in the world), growing to an acre in diameter. It is a must-see Florida attraction! The back of the Postcard has a brief description of the historical image, but may be edited or deleted for personalization. Photography by Glenda Motsavage, a Florida-based travel writer and author.
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