Miami Beach Casino

1920

Rare folding birds-eye views of Miami, Florida

An Airplane View of Miami Beach Showing Its Relation to the Adjacent Florida Keys and the Mainland

DESCRIPTION: Rare folding birds-eye views of Miami, Florida. In a brochure titled: "America's Winter Playground: Mid-winter Life at Miami Beach- Miami's Ocean Front by The Miami Beach Casino, Miami Beach, Florida. The Miami Beach Casino was not a gambling joint, but rather a bath house founded by Quakers.

"The most famous of the five bathing, the Everglades Cabana Club, later named the Roman Pools, was built by Collins and Pancoast. Located on the block between 22nd and 23rd Streets and Collins Avenue, the club was situated just south of the Roney Plaza. It originally started as the Miami Beach Casino, but within a short time the name changed to Fisher’s St. Johns Casino with Carl Fisher as proprietor. By 1926, the name was changed again to Roman Pools. Then sometime in the late-1940s, it was renamed Everglades Cabana Club." (Source: https://www.miamiandbeaches.com/things-to-do/history-and-heritage/bathing-casinos-in-miami-beach)

CREATOR: Miami Beach Casino

PUBLICATION DATE: 1920

GEOGRAPHIC AREA: United States

BODY OF WATER: Atlantic Ocean

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PRICE: $600


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