The 2500 ton steamship Honduras (31 Jul 1918)

The 2500 ton steamship Honduras, in service of the Emergency Fleet Corporation, is aground on a reef at Elliott Key. The captain wants to save the coal cargo. (31 Jul 1918)

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An attempt is made to (30 Jul 1918)

An attempt is made to blow up a viaduct of the Key West railroad extension. (30 Jul 1918)

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Since the causeway is not (22 Jul 1918)

Since the causeway is not needed for defense, no steel for construction will be available until after the war. (22 Jul 1918)

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A US act requires all (19 Jul 1918)

A U.S. act requires all boats 16 feet and over to carry numbers. (19 Jul 1918)

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A student aviator dies in (18 Jul 1918)

A student aviator dies in a seaplane crash in the bay near Dinner Key. (18 Jul 1918)

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A student aviator dies in (10 Jul 1918)

A student aviator dies in a seaplane crash in the bay just off James Deering’s place. (10 Jul 1918)

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