WEST MARTELLO TOWER AND BOTANICAL GARDENS 1100 ATLANTIC BLVD.
WWW.KEYWESTGARDENCLUB.COM 305-294-3210 OPENED IN 1862
They are now OPEN ONLY Sat & Sun 9:30a-12:30p, and wisely require MASKS even though you are outside ( AND ASK PLEASE NO GROUPS OVER 10)
ROBERTA DEPIERO & Gal Pals Almost Everyday will travel (Journey) around Key West / Stock Island with some friends and sometimes Solo. I want to Thank You Roberta & Friends for providing amazing images ; especially to those like myself that are in Total Lockdown ISO.
Some of Roberta's Regular Gal Pals :Jody Gross, Lucy Carleton & Joyce Chilton . Check out
Roberta's Comments from her Facebook Posting of these Photos are :
So we are embarking on completing the Key West Historic Marker Tour. There are 120 sites to locate. Here are our first ones. FREE maps available at the USS Ingham Museum.
#56 Salt Production Salt Production, 2100 Flagler, circa 1830. Hand-raked sea salt yielded 75,000 bushels in a single year.
#15 Martin Havana Cigar Factory. #15 location... I love the guy sleeping in the background! With Judy Gross. #15 Martin Havana Cigar Factory. 2010 Staples Ave, circa 1909. Produced Key West's only remaining cigar brand: "Flor de Luis Martina."
#100 Indian Block. I thought this was interesting information. #100 Indian Block, 1922 Staples Ave, circa 1890. All-concrete building blocks heralded as fire proof.
#33 Bruce Hall. I wonder if they still have that auditorium and roof garden? Rosi Ware do you know? #33 Bruce Hall 1310 United, circa 1911. Built as part of a Methodist educational complex, it has had many lives.
#97 1909 & 1910 Hurricanes. #97 1909 & 1910 Hurricanes, 1315 White (United Side), circa 1909. Two of the most devastating hurricanes to hit Key West.
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