Exhibits and Creative Works
This panel illustrates the history of the Bayboro district during the 1920s and 1930s. Also included are historic images of the Snell and Williams houses, now located on the USF St. Petersburg campus, and a timeline of events.
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Scholar Commons Citation
Schnur,, James Anthony and Nelson Poynter Memorial Library., "Panel 04: An Active Harbor for a Growing City (1920-1939)" (2011). Library and Community-based Exhibits. 3.
From Fiddler Crabs to a Harbor with Class: A History of Bayboro Harbor and the University of South Florida St. Petersburg