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Gallery: Miami, III

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Grounds of the Deering Villa from the air.

Gates to the W.M. Jennings Bryan home.

Open air tea garden at the Flamingo Hotel.

The Causeway, which is over three miles long.

Waterfront at Biscayne Bay.

Daily band concert at Royal Palm Park.

A big fish, length 45 feet, weight 30,000 pounds, caught by Capt. Chas. H. Thompson.

The Nautilus.

Home of W.M. Jennings Bryan.

View of South Beach showing Hardie and Smith Casinos.

James Deering's Villa and grounds.

Flagler Street, looking East.

Star and Venetian Islands, made by man.

The Hialeah, a race track near Miami.

Pancoast Hotel on Miami Beach.

Bird's eye view of Miami.

Club house of race track Hialeah.

Steamer George Washington at Municipal Wharf.

Biltmore Hotel at Coral Gables.

An old moss Oak.

Residence at St. Scene.

The Fleetwood Hotel.

Royal Palm Hotel and Brickell Apartments.

The White Temple.

View along the Miami River showing the Scottish Rite Temple.

A Catholic church.

El Comodoro Hotel.

A community church which was attended by President Hoover during his stay in Miami.


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