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Title Trip to Florida
Author/Creator Miller, Edith L
Date 14-30 Mar 1913
Document type Travel Journal
Description A woman's account of a round trip from Boston to Jacksonville, on both boat and train, with her young family. They stop off in Baltimore and Savannah and return by the same route, also stopping off in Washington D.C. She gives accounts of the cruises and the sights they see in each place, as well as commenting on the segregation in the South and the reliability of the transport system.
Theme(s) Package Tours, Cruises and Organised Travel  Road, Rail and Air Travel  
Regions United States of America  
Country/State Virginia  Florida  South Carolina  Georgia  Washington D.C.  
Keywords boat, rail, weather, negative review, comfort, food, women, children, clothing, health, food, African American, segregation, racism, agriculture, architecture, prices, accommodation, walking, scenery, luggage, sightseeing, beach, entertainment, river, yachting, literature, race
Collection Anthony Stanonis Travel Scrapbook and Diary Collection (Collection 65)
Reference Box 5, Folder 6
Library J. Edgar & Louise S. Monroe Library, Loyola University New Orleans
Language English
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