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Bahia Beach Then and Now

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Bahia Beach, according to this historical brochure, was the name applied by early Ruskinites to the beach area and wharf serving Ruskin. Later, Paul B. Dickman used this same name for his beach and resort development, just north of Shell Point Road. Today, the Inn at Little Harbor is located at this location. This brochure on local history was written by Paul B. Dickman's uncle, Willard D. Miller. Copyright applied for in 1961 by Logan's Publishing. No current company listed in Google, nor is Company listed in searchable Florida State corporations data base. I did find a 1968 newspaper reference to C. L. Logan, a printer active in the East Bay Chamber of Commerce. Logan Printing was purchased by American Printing USA and it was voluntarily dissolved in 2012. Verbal permission to utilize brochure was provided by Peter Audano, Brandon, FL, who owned American Printing USA in Gibsonton, although he wasn't aware of any copyright records. He would give us permission to publish.
Title: Bahia Beach Then and Now.
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Name(s): Miller, Willard D
Type of Resource: still image
Issuance: single unit
Date Created: 1961
Publisher: Logan's Publishing
Place of Publication: Gibsonton, FL
Summary: Bahia Beach, according to this historical brochure, was the name applied by early Ruskinites to the beach area and wharf serving Ruskin. Later, Paul B. Dickman used this same name for his beach and resort development, just north of Shell Point Road. Today, the Inn at Little Harbor is located at this location. This brochure on local history was written by Paul B. Dickman's uncle, Willard D. Miller. Copyright applied for in 1961 by Logan's Publishing. No current company listed in Google, nor is Company listed in searchable Florida State corporations data base. I did find a 1968 newspaper reference to C. L. Logan, a printer active in the East Bay Chamber of Commerce. Logan Printing was purchased by American Printing USA and it was voluntarily dissolved in 2012. Verbal permission to utilize brochure was provided by Peter Audano, Brandon, FL, who owned American Printing USA in Gibsonton, although he wasn't aware of any copyright records. He would give us permission to publish.
Identifier: HCC0101RUS016 (IID)
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/hccfl/fd/HCC0101RUS016
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