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A Piece of History: Apollo Beach

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This history of Apollo Beach, by Aleta Jonie Maschek, is initially built upon conversations with Paul B. Dickman prior to his death in 1976. Dickman had the original idea for a town in the area, and this history details his work in beginning that effort and how the Corr family eventually guided the community through its early years, despite early financial difficulties. The\is history concludes with a reporter's eye view of the community's early development, highlighting early businesses and people. Many interesting early photographs of the community are included.
Title: A Piece of History: Apollo Beach.
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Name(s): Aleta Jonie Maschek, Historian/Journalist
Type of Resource: still image
Genre: PDF 40 Pages
Date Created: 2008
Summary: This history of Apollo Beach, by Aleta Jonie Maschek, is initially built upon conversations with Paul B. Dickman prior to his death in 1976. Dickman had the original idea for a town in the area, and this history details his work in beginning that effort and how the Corr family eventually guided the community through its early years, despite early financial difficulties. The\is history concludes with a reporter's eye view of the community's early development, highlighting early businesses and people. Many interesting early photographs of the community are included.
Identifier: HCC0101SHC064 (IID)
Subject(s): Apollo Beach
Held by: HCC Ruskin Campus
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/hccfl/fd/HCC0101SHC064
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Host Institution: HCCFL