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Myrtle Grove (Fla.)

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Goldsby, John Raymond, Papers

 Collection — M1981-05
Identifier: M1981-05SC
Scope and Contents Personal papers, 1909-1970, consisting of photocopies of bills of sale, tax receipts and certificates, receipts from merchants, physicians, and hospitals in Pensacola, land abstracts, chattel mortgages, promissory notes, and genealogy records concerning the Goldsby family and Myrtle Grove, Florida.
Dates: Created: 1909-1970; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1981

Oral History of Randolph N. Reedy by Agnes Reedy.

 Digital Record
Identifier: Digital Object ID ##90agw8

Price, Elsie Goldsby, Papers

 Collection — M1981-17
Identifier: M1981-17
Scope and Contents Personal papers and photographs concerning the Boyett, Goldsby, Helton, McNair, and Adams families of Myrtle Grove, Florida (now Pensacola). Includes Pensacola High School memorabilia of 1933, and a photograph of a water baptism by the Union Hill Baptist Church of myrtle Grove.

See accession 81-5 for other materials on Goldsby and Helton families of Myrtle Grove.
Dates: Created: 1868-1933; Other: Date acquired: 08/00/1981

Randolph N. Reedy, Early Myrtle Grove History & Pensacola Post Office (1912-1956)

 Item — Item 12B
Identifier: Item 12B
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Randolph N. Reedy, Myrtle Grove, Florida, on living conditions, early Post Office history, and Pensacola history.  Undated, possibly 1970s.   Mr. Reedy was born in 1891 and moved to Myrtle Grove as a young man, became a postal carrier and worked for the Pensacola Post Office for over 30 years, including service in World War II.   He passed away March 23, 1984 at age 93.   The original interview was done on a poor quality audiocassette audiotape and transferred to...
Dates: Other: Date acquired: 04/07/1971

Randolph N. Reedy, Pensacola Post Office (1912-1956)

 Item — Item 12A
Identifier: Item 12A
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Randolph N. Reedy, 88, Myrtle Grove (Pensacola), Florida, July 11, 1979, interviewed by Agnes Reedy.  Primarily dealing with the Pensacola Post Office and mail service, 1912-1950s.  Mr. Reedy was one of the earliest settlers in Myrte Grove and retired from the Pensacola Post Office after 30 years, delivering mail in the early days during horse and buggy days and later wth the Model "T" Ford era.  He also served in World War II.  Information taken from his...
Dates: Other: Date acquired: 04/07/1971