Pulse Memorial Paver Garden- Orlando Health
49 pavers with the names of the 49 lives lost on June 12, 2016 at the Pulse Nightclub circle the entrance of Lake Beauty Park at Orlando Health.
Six-Month Remembrance of the Pulse Nightclub Tragedy
December 12, 2016 marked the six-month anniversary of the Pulse nightclub tragedy which took 49 lives and injured 68 people.  The Orange County Regional History Center hosted a special event with community leaders, local singers, and community members paying ...
Come Out With Pride Parade
The annual Orlando Pride Parade in downtown Orlando.
Maury L. Carter
Maury Carter, born in Ferrum, Virginia.  My dad was a farmer and a carpenter. We had a small farm, 100 acre farm in Virginia not far from Roanoke. And I grew up on a farm with cows and horses and...
Orlando - The Charm of the South
"Orlando - The Charm of the South" appears to be a promotional brochure created to encourage real estate purchase and home building in Orlando for permanent and winter residents. It includes a map of the county and city published by the South Florida Sen...
Oral History Interview with Former Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court Charles T. Wells
I'm Charles Talley Wells and I go by Charley with an "ey" and I was born on March the 4th, 1939 in what was then known as the Orange Memorial Hospital in Orlando. At the time my parents were living...
Orlando Youth Center
Soon to be the new home of the Orlando Ballet, the Loch Haven Community Center, located at 610 N. Lake Formosa Drive, was once the scene of teen activity for the Orlando crowd in the days before Disney came to...
Hot Diggity Drive-In & Restaurant
The Hot Diggity Drive-In Restaurant was a short lived food establishment overlooking Lake Barton. It first appears in the November 1956 telephone directory, but there was not a listing in the Yellow Pages. The address at that time was 5053...
Oral History Interview with Paul Halyard
I'm Paul Halyard and I was born in St. Petersburg, FL in 1935 and I moved to Orlando February 1, 1964. After completing the University of Florida I was living in Gainesville and working at Sperry Electronic Tube Department when...
Oral History Interview with Donovan Dean
I'm Patrick Donovan Dean born here in Orlando General Hospital 28 September '39. I was born here, but during the war my folks moved to Lakeland. My father, Donovan Dean, was an architect, and became the base engineer for the...