Starting on 22 January 1939 (22 Jan 1939)

Starting on 22 January 1939 the Miami Herald runs “Good Old Days” daily photos with descriptions of old Miami. The series becomes sporadic in November 1939 and ends on 19 March 1940. (22 Jan 1939)

Newspapers: Miami Morning News or The Miami Herald

Page: N/A, Section: N/A

Twenty eight cannons coins and (20 Jan 1939)

Twenty eight cannons, coins and wreckage is salvaged from 30 feet of water 3 miles south of Careysfort Light by Stiles, Baker and Fales. The British man-of-war (circa 1694) remains were discovered by Sam Lynch who works for Charles Brookfield at Ledbury Lodge, Elliott’s Key. [Photo and details.] (20 Jan 1939)

Newspapers: Miami Morning News or The Miami Herald

Page: 7, Section: B

Daily port report: Steamships Munargo (12 Jan 1939)

Daily port report: Steamships Munargo, Florida, Helen, Fairfax, North Star, New Northland, Evangeline, Ozark and Algonquin. Motor vessels Richard Campbell, Ena K., Pilot No. 1 and Betty K. (12 Jan 1939)

Newspapers: Miami Morning News or The Miami Herald

Page: 7, Section: C