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5 days ago
Nomad Surf Shop

Nomad Surf Shop’s 50th Anniversary events continue today. Happy Anniversary!

The details 👋🏼👋🏼👋🏼 See you in the morning!!! ✌🏼

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6 days ago

Downtown Boynton Beach. Note the Alfar Ice Cream sign.

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6 days ago

Did they bring back Dante’s Den?

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6 days ago

See you Monday Eve October 15.... 7 pm
Boynton Beach Historical Society
Murals of the Palm Beaches / Meet the Author / Art Talk & Book Signing
Mural artist and author Sharon Koskoff will walk you ... See more

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1 week ago

I just came across this on "South Florida the way we Remember it." I don't recall seeing the inlet this badly silted over before. No wonder they installed a bypass dredge and curved north jetty here ... See more

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1 week ago
Photos from Historic Boynton Beach's post

Who remembers the Andrews House...Boynton's oldest house? Do you recall when Bob Katz bought the dilapidated old house, moved it to a prime location, and then made extensive ... See more

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1 week ago

Our 1913 schoolhouse.

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1 week ago
Photos from Historic Boynton Beach's post

Preserving and archiving includes removing staples and fasteners such as this, and also capturing the metadata (who, what, when, where) about each item. Catalog the materials in the original order in ... See more

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1 week ago

Does someone have a picture of congress ave between gateway and old boynton beach blvd before the motorala building was removed ?

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1 week ago

Smile for the camera....it’s school picture day. These Boynton school children posed on the east steps of the 1913 school for a shot that would become “frozen in time.”

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1 week ago

What’s the most especial memory or artifact depicting Old Boynton that you have? (This photo depicts David Castello, a Boynton historian, with his 1890s south Florida map).

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1 week ago
Photos from Historic Boynton Beach's post

Someone inquired about the current City Hall's history. We found a photo on eBay and the original notice: Invitation to bid on City Hall Complex, Library, and Public Works facilities designed by ... See more

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1 week ago

The stage is all that remains of the Civic Center.

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1 week ago
Portrait of a Bride - History of the American Wedding Dress

Spectacular event today at #BenvenutoRestaurant benefiting #CasonUnitedMethodistChurch
Leigh Anne Brown gave a terrific talk on the history of American Women told through their Wedding Dresses. ... See more

Presented by Leigh Anne Brown, "Portrait of a Bride consists of a display of 25-30 antique, vintage and contemporary wedding gowns presented on dress forms in sequential order. During the program, ... See more

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1 week ago
Photos from Historic Boynton Beach's post

Boynton in 1955 - population 4,247. Two public schools = 650 students. Six churches and 20 hotels/motels. One library with 1,500 books. A three man fire department and a six man police force.

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2 weeks ago

The 1926 Boynton School is starting to gleam once again. #landmark

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2 weeks ago
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Old Lake Worth view - ca. 1910. Would love to find something like this of Boynton!

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2 weeks ago

Dr. N. Marion (Doc) Weems delivered over 2,500 babies during his career as Boynton's doctor. He made housecalls during the early years of his practice and later had a clinic in downtown Boynton. This ... See more

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2 weeks ago

Here's a blast from the past! 1997 photograph of Schoolhouse Museum Director Arleen Dennison and Archivist/Exhibits Coordinator Janet DeVries.

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2 weeks ago
Historic Boynton Beach

Save the date for the next Boynton Beach Historical Society meeting (No meeting for September).
October Meeting - Monday, October 15 Sharon Koskoff “Murals of the Palm Beaches.” (doors open 6:30 ... See more

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2 weeks ago

So many dead fish pictures were taken at the Boynton Inlet Docks over the years!

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3 weeks ago

The Hurricane Alley building in 1998 when it was still Cafe Barista.

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3 weeks ago

Thanks to Central Michigan University for adding the local newspapers to your digital repository! (30 May 1895, The Saline Observer).

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3 weeks ago
View of the Briny Breezes Trailer Park - Delray Beach, Florida

https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/58449

Over 202,000 digitized photographs from the State Library and Archives of Florida.

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3 weeks ago
Photos from Historic Boynton Beach's post

Pineapple crop slowly regains former acreage (28 May 1939, Orlando Evening Star).

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4 weeks ago
Photos from Historic Boynton Beach's post

Save the date for the next Boynton Beach Historical Society meeting (No meeting for September).
October Meeting - Monday, October 15 Sharon Koskoff “Murals of the Palm Beaches.” (doors open 6:30 ... See more

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4 weeks ago
Bud's, a Palm Beach County fried chicken staple, closes West Palm Beach location

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/palm-beach/wellington/fl-cn-wellington-buds-chicken-closes-west-palm-location-20180913-story.html

If you roll up to Bud’s Chicken & Seafood’s drive-through at Forest Hill Boulevard and Military Trail to order your favorite Lunch Bunch combo, you’ll leave disappointed - and hungry.

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4 weeks ago

Who remembers this business on east Ocean Avenue? The photo was taken in 1998.

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1 month ago

Boynton takes out $85,000 in bonds for improvements to town - A water modern system! (3 Dec. 1923, The Palm Beach Post).

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1 month ago

TBT. Remembering one of Boynton Beach fine leaders Mr Ezell Hester Jr. He was a Famu Rattler, school teacher for 31 years, former member of the Civil Service Board and also a City ... See more

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1 month ago

PINE ISLAND AKA BEER CAN ISLAND We love getting questions. Today's question comes from Scott. He asks: Last weekend I was on a boat, right off of Beer can Island. That had me thinking,,,, Who was it ... See more

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1 month ago
Photos from Historic Boynton Beach's post

1910 views of the beach at Boynton, Fred Dewey’s citrus grove, and the “good roads” that were being eked out of the tropical wilderness.

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1 month ago

Thanks to Richard Katz for sharing this blast from the past. Gulf Stream lumber opened in 1953 and was one of Boynton’s largest employers in the mid-century building boom.

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1 month ago

Boynton Girl Scout Troop Forms Patrols (21 Sep 1958, The Palm Beach Post).

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1 month ago
Photos from Historic Boynton Beach's post

We all have our own “version” of how we think of Boynton. It may be a snapshot in time of the first time you vacationed here, or your first fish fry or orange grove visit. Maybe you were born ... See more

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1 month ago

this used to be Musquito County. Proper spelling. Some map makers took the liberty to change the spelling to mosquito.

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1 month ago

The way we were - 50 years ago! Here is the proposed 2,000 home development of Boynton Beach Leisureville by Caldos Properties, Inc. of Fort Lauderdale. At far left is NW Second Avenue. Ocean Avenue ... See more

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1 month ago
Photos from Historic Boynton Beach's post

Today we had a visit from former resident, David Castello, whose family moved to Boynton when David was three. He’s always held an avid interest in Boynton history, and wrote articles for the ... See more

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1 month ago
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Some old Boynton photos!

Pictures around Boynton 1915-1920. Clara Collins (later Simpson), daughter of George Thomas Collins. Clara is in all four pictures. In dark skirt in group. Identity of others unknown.

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