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1886

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Murray Hall, Pablo Beach, Fla.

Brochure (1 sheet): Season of 1886–7 Murray Hall Pablo Beach, Florida. Jacksonville, Fla., Chas. W. Dacosta, Printer [1886?] On verso: Letter of recommendation from Gen. F.E. Spinner, ex-Treasurer of the United States, with annotation regarding arrival of General. On verso: Note to: "My Dear Mr. French..." from: T.O. Summers.

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A brochure for Murray Hall winter business, the brochure states when the hotel will open, the amenities offered at the hotel which included rooms for 300 guests, electric lights, 58 fire places, steam radiators, and artesian water from its own wells. The house also had Bath Rooms, Billiard Rooms and Bowling Alleys for Ladies and Gentlemen with Play-Rooms and Grounds for children. C.H. French, Manager. J. G. Christopher, Proprietor. Pablo Beach could be reached from Jacksonville by the Jacksonville & Atlantic Railway. Included in the brochure is a letter of recommendation from Gen. F. E. Spinner, ex-Treasurer of the United States, with annotation regarding the arrival of the General and a note to Mr. French from T.O. Summers. Chas. W. Dacosta, Printer, Jacksonville, Fla.

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