Arcadia Publishing, 2013 - History - 95 pages
Once referred to as a "veritable paradise" by Florida developer Henry M. Flagler, Palm Beach has transformed from a small frontier community to a remarkably picturesque historic town. The seaside resort's charm is found in its diverse architecture, landmarks, mega-mansions, beaches, and land and streetscapes.
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1928 hurricane Addison Mizner architect john Volk Barton Avenue Bradley Park Bradley Place Brelsford bridge opened built Casa Florencia Clarke Avenue Cocoanut Row constructed corner courtyard demolished designed the 1928 Dimick Duck’s Nest east Eatio designed Everglades Club Flagler Memorial Bridge Florida fountain Four Arts gardens Gucci Henry Flagler Henry Morrison Flagler Historical Society Hotel Royal Poinciana Intracoastal Waterway island Joseph Urban Lake Worth landmarked later Lido Pools Maddock family mansion Marion Sims Wyeth Mediterraneanestyle million Mirasol Morrison Flagler Museum North County Road North Lake Trail ocean view original owners Palm Beach County Patio Phipps Phipps Plaza photographs pier purchased razed renamed renovated replaced restaurant Royal Palm Royal Park Bridge Royal Poinciana Chapel Royal Poinciana Plaza Saks Fifth Avenue Seminole shops Society of Palm sold South Ocean Boulevard street structure Sunrise Avenue Testa’s theater town hall town’s villa West Palm Beach Winthrope House Worth Avenue