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On July 14, 1939, the Tampa Morning Tribune announced the war department's decision to build the "Southeast Air Base" in Tampa. The land selected was a 6000 acre marshy area known as Catfish Point. As part of President Roosevelt's New Deal Program…
On January 14, 1941, Col. Clarence Tinker landed a twin-engined B-18 Bomber on the first MacDill Field runway and a new era for Tampa was born. Soon after, the U.S. would enter World War II and MacDill's pilot training would prove to be an importa…
In 1891 upon the completion of the Tampa Bay Hotel, Henry B. Plant recovered two Civil War cannon from across the Hillsborough River at the site of Old Fort Brooke. With his landscape architect Anton Fiehe, Mr. Plant placed the cannon over a limes…
Entered on the National Register of Historic PlacesJune 7, 1974 Federal BuildingU.S. CourthouseDowntown Postal StationTampa, Florida James Knox TaylorArchitect??????1902 This property significantly contributes to thenation's cultural heri…
??The name Gary was officially recognized with the establishment of the Gary post office in 1898. The official plat of "Gary-Town" was recorded in May 1903. The Gary neighborhood included both Gary-Town and Spanish Park, located to its east. The n…
Built circa 1855 by Gen. Jesse Carter for his daughter Josephine. He employed Mrs. Louisa Porter as teacher. The first class included Josephine Carter, Janie Givens, Mary Lesley, Mary Kelly, Eugenia Spencer, Lizzie Spencer and Hayden Porter. Jessi…
OwnersMario and Santa Mirabella Tampa's Pioneer Seafood Family Mirabella's owned its own fleet of boats that brought in fresh fish to the business. Mirabella's Mission Statement"From the Gulf to You"
This property has beenplaced on theNational RegisterOf Historic PlacesBy The United StatesDepartment of the Interior
Near this spot on Tampa BayFather Louis CancerandThree ReligiousIn search of a mission site in lands ofthe Timucuan and Caloosa Nations underRoyal Order of Phillip II of Spainsuffered martyrdom at hands ofhostile Indians.
Here docked the Royal Yacht Britanniafor the official visit to Harbour IslandbyHer Majesty Queen Elizabeth IIand His Royal Highness The Duke of EdinburghMay 12, 1991
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