Misc. Articles -Everglades Club

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Misc. Articles -Everglades Club - a man of forty or fifty years old . . ." - How...
a man of forty or fifty years old . . ." - How false impressions spread stories, based "on hearsay or written by reporters unconversant with local conditions . . . From one northern newspaper in a column purporting to deal with Palm Beach: "There are difficulties to be sure, like getting a sort of passport from the government to use on trips to the mainland at West Palm Beach" . . . Must be referring to the identification cards, easily obtainable at the Palm Beach police station daily from 9 to 5, for 25 cents and a few moments of time . . . required of those employed in homes or hotel, used by many colonists as the simplest form of identification on bridges . . . From a feature story sent out by a large service: "Nothing is certain about the eventual fate of the Everglades, an enormous $7,000,000 pink pile built by Paris Singer toward the close of the World War I . . . Closed now, it has been inspected by Army engineers Later in the same article: 'The Colony is closed this season, glades is operating" , . . The writer own mind . , , Wanna buy an otter? ... I'm . . . through inaccurate feature although the members-only ever apparently couldn't make up his no sportswoman, but I've been told

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  1. The Palm Beach Post,
  2. 21 Feb 1943, Sun,
  3. Page 8

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