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Miami-Dade Public Library System - Branches
... Grove (Coconut Grove, Miami) Concord (Westwood Lakes, Miami) Coral Gables (Coral Gables) Coral Reef (Palmetto Bay) Country Walk (Country Walk, Miami) Culmer/Overtown (Overtown, Miami ...
Bullet Joe Simpson
... He was born in Selkirk, Manitoba and died in Coral Gables, Florida ... Simpson moved to Florida in 1938 to promote ice hockey ... Art Coulter hired him to work at the Coulter White's hardware store in Coral Gables Florida, a position he held until 1965 ...
Some Notable Descendants of Rodrigo Del Junco Are
... (born April 17, 1903 in Havana, Cuba - November 15, 1992 in Miami, Florida) was a prominent businessman and attorney in Cuba ... He is buried at Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Cemetery in Miami, Florida ... (born October 20, 1934 in Havana, Cuba) is a prominent General Contractor in Coral Gables, Florida ...
Charlton W. Tebeau - Books
... Coral Gables, Florida University of Miami Press ... Coral Gables Florida Everglades Natural History Association ... Florida from Indian trail to space age a history ...
Le Jeune Road - Route Description
... Drive and Cartagena Plaza (Cartagena Circle) at the edge of the Coral Gables Waterway in the city of Coral Gables, connecting with Sunset Drive/South 72nd Street, Old ... LeJeune Road heads northwest for 1.4 miles (2.3 km) as a heavily-wooded residential Coral Gables street ... north, through residential areas, the eastern end of Coral Gables High School and the western end of the Village of Merrick Park mall ...

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