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  • https://images.martindigitalhistory.org/temp/1923-02-05_PBP_Stuart-Commercial-Club-inlet.jpg

    Article from the Palm Beach Post, 5 February 1923, detailing the U.S. Engineers' rejection of the Stuart Commercial Club's proposal
  • https://images.martindigitalhistory.org/temp/1923-01-04_Stuart_Messenger_Stuart-Commercial-Club-inlet.jpg

    Ad from the Stuart Messenger, 4 January 1923 announcing plan for barbeque and fish fry to take place 16 Jan. 1923.
  • https://images.martindigitalhistory.org/temp/1923-01-18_Stuart_Messenger_Stuart_Commercial_Club-inlet2.jpg

    Article from the Stuart Messenger, 18 January 1923 details a meeting and presentation held on 16 Jan. 1923.
  • https://images.martindigitalhistory.org/temp/Thurlow-2024-022-SCC-075.jpg

    "Tractor plowing on Tropical Farms near Stuart, Fla." Presented by the Stuart Commercial Club to the United States Government Engineers at a public hearing (16 Jan 1923) in Stuart, Florida as part of a report requesting aid for a deep water harbor.
  • https://images.martindigitalhistory.org/temp/Thurlow-2024-022-SCC-074.jpg

    "Two sides of beef, showing that cattle reach good marketable size here." Two men with hanging sides of meat. Presented by the Stuart Commercial Club to the United States Government Engineers at a public hearing (16 Jan 1923) in Stuart, Florida as part of a report requesting aid for a deep water harbor.
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  • https://images.martindigitalhistory.org/temp/Thurlow-2024-022-SCC-073.jpg

    "There is nothing better - Stuart watermelons." Cut watermelon on table with dish. Presented by the Stuart Commercial Club to the United States Government Engineers at a public hearing (16 Jan 1923) in Stuart, Florida as part of a report requesting aid for a deep water harbor.
  • https://images.martindigitalhistory.org/temp/Thurlow-2024-022-SCC-072.jpg

    South side of St. Lucie River, including Frazier Creek, France Apartments, and downtown Stuart. Pressel Building (built 1940) not present; St. Lucie Hotel annex not at the end of St. Lucie Avenue (moved in 1925).
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    "Stuart winter home of the Perkins family - The late George W. Perkins was a partner of J.P. Morgan, New Yor Banker. Photo made Jan. 11, 1923" Landscaped lawn of home, which formerly belonged to the Bessey family. Presented by the Stuart Commercial Club to the United States Government Engineers at a public hearing (16 Jan 1923) in Stuart, Florida as part of a report requesting aid for a deep water harbor.
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  • https://images.martindigitalhistory.org/temp/Thurlow-2024-022-SCC-070.jpg

    "Sugar cane in this vicinity - note height." Presented by the Stuart Commercial Club to the United States Government Engineers at a public hearing (16 Jan 1923) in Stuart, Florida as part of a report requesting aid for a deep water harbor.
  • https://images.martindigitalhistory.org/temp/Thurlow-2024-022-SCC-069.jpg

    "Sugar cane near Stuart - Sugar will be a big industry here following water transportation." Presented by the Stuart Commercial Club to the United States Government Engineers at a public hearing (16 Jan 1923) in Stuart, Florida as part of a report requesting aid for a deep water harbor.
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