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Florida Food in the Golden Era of Women’s Page JournalismAnderson-Price Memorial Building 42 N Beach Street, Ormond Beach, FL, United States
The Ormond Beach Historical Society is hosting their 2022-2023 live Speaker Series program. Learn how Florida's women's pages were considered the best in the country in the 1950s and 1960s in the 15th lecture in the series with Dr. Kimberly Voss. This lecture features pioneering food journalists Jeanne Voltz, Jane Nickerson, and Ruth Gray. Kimberly Voss, PhD, is a full professor of journalism at the University of Central Florida and
Naval Civil War in FloridaAnderson-Price Memorial Building 42 N Beach Street, Ormond Beach, FL, United States
The Ormond Beach Historical Society is hosting their 2022-2023 live Speaker Series program. Learn about the little-known adventures of the Navy during the American Civil War in Florida in the final lecture of the series. This program is based on Robert Mattson's book The Civil War Navy in Florida and provides a broad overview of naval actions in Florida during the American Civil War. Robert Mattson researches and portrays Union