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Pan Am's first trademark was a blue arrow with a winged PAA crest centered on it. However, before 1928 was out, the airline was using a winged western hemisphere counterbalanced with PAA spelled out in an italic, wind-swept typeface. When the symbol…

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(Left to right: "John Holden," "Ned Hine," "Dick Carney," "Tommy Hine," and "R.M. Munroe.") Boats not wagons played a central role on the Florida frontier from Biscayne Bay to Key West where )wreckers) salvaged people and cargo of the coast. The…

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Charles and Isabella Peacock, original owners of the Bay View House, closed the Grove's first hotel in 1902 due to Charles' poor health Ralph Munroe opened Camp Biscayne soon after to offer an alternative to Grove visitors. Pleasant climate, boating…