Monthly Archives: December 2015

Counting Kills in the Debary Hall Game Ledger

From 1904 to 1941, the DeBary family recorded the kind and amount of game killed in hunts on or near their namesake winter retreat. Along with the game bagged on registered hunts, the family documented various notes from these excursions, including weather conditions, hunting locations, wildlife observations, the amount of guns or people involved in… Read more »

Sanford: Then and Now

Telling the Story of a Small Town in the Digital Age Contributed by Callie Henson, History Graduate Student The community of Sanford, FL began as a small steamboat shipping town and blossomed into one of the most productive celery and citrus cities in Florida from the onset of the 20th century until the 1960s. Sanford’s… Read more »