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Videos: Sarasota History

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St. Armands Key

St. Armands Key has its roots firmly planted in John Ringling's vision of becoming a beautiful residential area, with a centralized shopping and park feature to attract the well-to-do. What's more, he knew that imported European statuary would add greatly to making this a reality.

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The "Big One" of 1921

In 1921 hurricanes were not named, but the one in October of that year left a lasting impression on those who experienced it. Beginning with rain on Saturday, October the 22nd, the storm left the Sarasota bayfront a shambles by Tuesday.

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Wilson Family Home

In 1907 Dr. Wilson purchased the home located on the southeast corner of Ringling Boulevard and South Orange Avenue from Edgar Ferdon, a local architect. The house was not only the Wilson home, but also Dr. Wilson's medical office.

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