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Legendary Florida Multi-Media Project

The Legendary Florida Multi-Media Project is a three-part event in Deland to survey Florida history. The first part of the project is the "Legendary Florida" series, a collection of paintings by Jackson Walker, whose subjects are events or people in Florida history. The second part is a complete symphony composed by Robert Kerr to go with the painting series. The entire event is tied together by historian Dr. Gary Mormino's narration on the history of Florida.

Mark-In Point: 01:22 Length: 16:03

Miami's Female Real Estate Broker, 1940s

This program features an interview with a female real estate broker in Miami in the 1940s.

Mark-In Point: 17:46 Length: 04:50

Trust for Public Land Play

This program discusses the Trust for Public Land and its play about four Floridians' connections to the land and environment.

Mark-In Point: 22:24 Length: 05:10

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SEGMENTS | Legendary Florida Multi-Media Project | Miami's Female Real Estate Broker, 1940s | Trust for Public Land Play


Florida Frontiers; Florida Artists; Women's History; Environment