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This two-story "Cracker" house was built in 1889 by William H. Tatum and his two step-sons as the home for his wife and children. Over the years, the house was expanded to accommodate the couple's thirteen children. One of the oldest examples of rural architecture in Sarasota County today, it was relocated to the Crowley Center and restored to its 1892 appearance.

Putnam County, Florida, circa 1890s. "Rice Creek near Brown's Landing." A tributary of the St. Johns River near Palatka. 8x10 inch glass negative by William Henry Jackson. View full size.

The Florida Keys & Key West - Photo Adventure

William Eggleston American, Mississippi, about 1970 - 1975 Chromogenic print 8 x 12 in. 99.XM.13.17