A pamphlet by The Tourist and Convention Bureau, Hemming Park Jacksonville Florida inviting people to enjoy the “Friendly City of Endless Charm”. The brochure mentions historic Stowe Lodge, local fishing, sailing, hunting, golf, year round tennis, beaches, and the construction of U.S. Naval Air Station. A map with what to see and do in and near Jacksonville is included. Mentioned on the map: Oriental Gardens (Tropical Beauty Spot), Keystone (Huge Live Oak), Jacksonville Zoo, Jacksonville Airport, Mandarin (Stowe House), St. Johns Bluff (Site of Ft. Caroline), Dinsmore (Dairy Farm), Orange Park (Moosehaven), Beaches (World’s Finest), Pilot Town (Ribault Landing), Fort George Island (Slave Cabins), Ribault Monument (Beautiful Stone Shaft), Mayport (Fishing Village), Ponte Vedra Beach (Famed Golf Course), Green Cove Springs, Penney Farms (Memorial Community), Fernandina (Fort Clinch), St. Augustine (Oldest City in the U.S.), Camp Blanding (Old Road) (New Road under construction), Olustee (Battlefield), Palatka (Ravine Gardens), Marineland (Unique Marine Studios), Daytona Beach, and Silver Springs (Underwater Paradise). No date.
Brochure: Colorful*Key*Center*For*Defense*Activities Jacksonville Florida. Circa 1940-1980. Regional and Rare Materials. University of North Florida, Thomas G. Carpenter Library Special Collections and Archives. UNF Digital Commons, https://digitalcommons.unf.edu/tourism/58/