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Pier Fishing

A Guppy Goes Fishing on Flagler Beach Pier

 


  

1964: 50 Years Ago at Flagler Beach School
Now home to the Flagler Beach Montessori School, the old Wickline's walls and halls have witnessed nearly 90 years of education since the building's 1925 debut as the Flagler Beach School.
A Christmas in Florida
If you have always lived up North, where on Christmas day the ground is usually white with snow, you can't image what a Florida Christmas is like.
A Flagler Beach Hotel Pictorial
According to Catherine Wilson’s book “A New Beginning,” D.F. Fuquay and George Moody began construction of the Flagler Beach Hotel in 1923 and opened July 4th, 1925
A Flagler Beach Pier Pictorial
The iconic Flagler Beach Pier is our city's most recognizable feature. Opened in 1928 and now home to a bait and gift shop, the Funky Pelican Restaurant, and Surf97.3
Bunnell Homebuilder Dec 1912
Over 100 years ago, the marketing of Flagler County began. We celebrate Bunnell’s Centennial with pages from the inaugural newsletter to northerners: The Bunnell Home Builder, December 1912.
Flagler Beach - 100 Landmark Years
2015 has been a great year to celebrate Flagler Beach landmark anniversaries.
Flagler Beach 1925 Tribune Ads
Look at the ads and articles from Tribune pages in April of 1925 when Flagler Beach was incorporated
Flagler Beach as Ocean City
Before it became incorporated as Flagler Beach in 1925, the town was called Ocean City. Read about the 1920s in detail.
Flagler Beach Beginnings
In honor of our 85th birthday in April 2010, here are some excerpts of the city's beginnings
Flagler Beach Pier
Approved in 1925, the Municipal Pier was completed in 1928.
Flagler County Development
This is the 1st in a series of Flagler County History articles written by Pioneer Family descendant Sisco Deen who serves on the Executive Board of the Flagler County Historical Society.
Flagler County Native Reflects
Former Flagler Beach Mayor Remembers Early Days of Flagler County
Flagler Hotel
Two of the most frequent questions we hear at the Museum are "Where was the Flagler Beach Hotel?" and "What happened to it?" Opened in 1925, the Flagler Hotel's story ended in the early 1970s.
Flagler's First Fire Department
Flagler Beach incorporated in 1925 and one of the first orders of business was to set up a fire department and order a truck. Read all about the 1920s Flagler Beach Fire Department here.
Florida Bungalow - No. 2
In April 1913 issue of the Bunnell Home Builders Newsletter, a description of the Florida Bungalow Number 2. This bungalow was a larger model than the first one.
History in the Making
Reflected in our motto "From the Stone Age to the Space Age" is the Museum's connection with twin astronauts, Mark and Scott Kelly.
Lindbergh Lands Here
Lindbergh landed in Flagler Beach due to bad weather in .... Residents enjoyed entertaining him during his stay.
Marineland 1 - Early Years
Marineland has had many names and purposes. See how it all got started in an article Sisco Deen first wrote for the Palm Coast Historical Society
Marineland 2 - Changes
Compilation by Teri Pruden of Marineland from the 40s to today's Marineland Dolphin Adventure
Native American Middens
Flagler County was home to Native Americans over 4000 years ago. Pottery and tools have been found in middens along the Intracoastal Waterway.
Old Turnstile Bridge
Joan Hodge Iseminger reminisces about the childhood delight of racing to the bridge in time to help the bridgetender crank the structure parallel to shore so boats could get through.
Pier Fishing
Youthful remembrances of Lorraine Ruhl who fished off the Flagler Beach Pier beginning in the 1940s.
Stone Age...
Reprinted courtesy of flaglerlive.com, Frank Gromling educates us on our oldest coastal "neighbors" the turtles and how to protect the endangered species.
You Should Have Been Here Yesterday ...
Throughout our history two local factions have always been drawn to the iconic Flagler Beach Pier: Fishers and Surfers. Maria Sayers shares her pleasures of a happy day of pier fishing.
Zelda Headly Family Fruit Stand
My family ran the local fruit stand during the very early 1940s until the war effort changed everything.

 

Flagler Beach Historical Museum
207 S. Central Ave., Flagler Beach, FL 32136 • Phone: (386) 517-2025
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