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NAS Fort Lauderdale By Minerva Bloom, Minerva Bloom
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Vintage B&W images. Experience history! This E-BOOK is a concise reference for history enthusiasts! Serving as one among 257 air stations during World War II, the NAS Fort Lauderdale made a big... More > impact on the South Florida region, and the United States as a whole. Thousands of American and British men and women who went off to war received their training at NASFL. The radar, gunnery, and parachuting schools rivaled the best in the U.S. Most importantly, was the use of the base for training pilots and air crews on the Grumman Avenger TBF/TBM torpedo bomber, which was the largest single engine plane used during the war. The Naval Air Station found its fame with the disappearance of Flight 19 - The Lost Patrol, which flew out of the base on December 5th, 1945 to vanish into the Bermuda Triangle. To this date, Flight 19 remains one of the great aviation mysteries. Also in the summer of 1943, a 19 year old future US President George H.W. Bush lived at the base as a young Ensign to train as a torpedo/bomber pilot.< Less
NAS Fort Lauderdale By Minerva Bloom
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Experience History! Concise reference Booklet for history enthusiasts! Serving as one among 257 air stations during World War II the NAS Fort Lauderdale made a big impact on the South Florida region,... More > and the United States as a whole. Thousands of American and British men who went off to war received their training at NASFL. The radar, gunnery, and parachuting schools rivaled the best in the United States. Most importantly, was the use of the base for training pilots and air crews on the Grumman Avenger TBF/TBM torpedo bomber, which was the largest single engine plane used during the war. The Naval Air Station found its fame with the disappearance of Flight 19 - The Lost Squadron which flew out of the base on December 5th, 1945 to vanish into the Bermuda Triangle. To this date, Flight 19 remains one of the great aviation mysteries. Also in the summer of 1943, a 19 year old future US President George H.W. Bush lived at the base as a young Ensign to train as a torpedo/bomber pilot.< Less
Fort Lauderdale Golf and Country Club By Del Brown, GolemAura.com
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History Of Fort Lauderdale Golf and Country Club
Tom Bryan and Other Movers and Shapers of Early Fort Lauderdale By Keith D. Mitzner
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Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, finds itself on many Top Ten lists. It’s a great place to live, work, and play. A small city, it contains a major seaport and cruise terminal, a bustling international... More > airport, a fabulous beach, a world-class yacht center, an inviting riverfront, a dynamic business community, plus an array of cultural and entertainment options. In Tom Bryan and Other Movers and Shapers of Early Fort Lauderdale, author Keith D. Mitzner details the origins, history, and qualities of Fort Lauderdale beginning with the key player Tom Bryan. Tom Bryan touched nearly every aspect of Ft. Lauderdale development, sometimes acting alone, but more often in a group. Ed King was also a trailblazer who built key structures and boats and was active in dredging local waterways. T< Less
Tom Bryan and Other Movers and Shapers of Early Fort Lauderdale By Keith D. Mitzner
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Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, finds itself on many Top Ten lists. It’s a great place to live, work, and play. A small city, it contains a major seaport and cruise terminal, a bustling international... More > airport, a fabulous beach, a world-class yacht center, an inviting riverfront, a dynamic business community, plus an array of cultural and entertainment options. In Tom Bryan and Other Movers and Shapers of Early Fort Lauderdale, author Keith D. Mitzner details the origins, history, and qualities of Fort Lauderdale beginning with the key player Tom Bryan. Tom Bryan touched nearly every aspect of Ft. Lauderdale development, sometimes acting alone, but more often in a group. Ed King was also a trailblazer who built key structures and boats and was active in dredging local waterways.< Less
Where the Boys (and Girls) Were!: The Fun and Sun History of Fort Lauderdale Beach By Dan Santoro
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Once upon a time there was a sleepy oceanside town in South Florida that came to life for only two weeks every springtime. Then a midwestern English professor wrote a cheeky novel based on... More > his observations of college guys and girls on Spring Break 1959 as they chased each other across the surf and sand in search of that perfect someone. When the novel Where the Boys Are was released in early 1960 and the movie version debuted at the end of that year, it put Fort Lauderdale on the lips and to-do lists of millions of North American college students and other fun-seekers for much of the next three decades. The city dubbed “The Venice of America” welcomed everyone and the party still hasn’t stopped!< Less
Where the Boys (and Girls) Were!: The Fun and Sun History of Fort Lauderdale Beach By Dan Santoro
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Once upon a time there was a sleepy oceanside town in South Florida that came to life for only two weeks every springtime. Then a midwestern English professor wrote a cheeky novel based on... More > his observations of college guys and girls on Spring Break 1959 as they chased each other across the surf and sand in search of that perfect someone. When the novel Where the Boys Are was released in early 1960 and the movie version debuted at the end of that year, it put Fort Lauderdale on the lips and to-do lists of millions of North American college students and other fun-seekers for much of the next three decades. The city dubbed “The Venice of America” welcomed everyone and the party still hasn’t stopped!< Less
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Create Your Own History - The people who made Las Olas Boulevard By Jackie Jackson
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Las Olas Boulevard, elegant tree-lined heart of the great city of Fort Lauderdale, has more stories than most. From humble beginnings as a trading post on the fringe of Florida’s wild... More > Everglades to a teeming modern destination boulevard close to a world-class cruise port Las Olas has seen it all. Stories are still being told, and memories constantly made. Read about the past, then make your own trip to Las Olas to create your own history.< Less
Create Your Own History - The people who made Las Olas Boulevard By Jackie Jackson
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Las Olas Boulevard, elegant tree-lined heart of the great city of Fort Lauderdale, has more stories than most. From humble beginnings as a trading post on the fringe of Florida’s wild... More > Everglades to a teeming modern destination boulevard close to a world-class cruise port Las Olas has seen it all. Stories are still being told, and memories constantly made. Read about the past, then make your own trip to Las Olas to create your own history.< Less