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Supermarket In 1960s

Bored Panda has collected a series of vintage photographs that take you through different grocery stores across America over history, and it’s safe to say these store-goers would never be caught dead in their pajamas.

Bayshore Boulevard Ends

Bayshore Boulevard Ends, Tampa, Florida Depending on your direction, this is either the beginning or end to Bayshore Boulevard in downtown Tampa. Please visit my blog for more info.

Sears - E Hillsborough Ave / 22nd St, Tampa (now Erwin)

Built in 1957, this was originally a Sears department store. In 1977, it was granted to the Hillsborough County School Board which converted it into the David G. Erwin Area Vocational - Technical Center, completed in 1980. The exterior has changed very little from this postcard view, except for signage. (Note the large script letters in the Sears logo of that time.) This former Sears store is an prime example of the movement of retail from the downtown area to the suburbs during the 50s and…

The Columbia in Ybor City

Photograph from the Exploring Florida web site.

Hillsborough County Courthouse on Franklin Street - Tampa, Florida.

Searchable collections of manuscripts, war records, historic images, vital statistics, audio and video recordings from the State Library and Archives of Florida.

Tampa Bay Hotel during construction - Tampa, Florida.

Searchable collections of manuscripts, war records, historic images, vital statistics, audio and video recordings from the State Library and Archives of Florida.

10 Unique Places to Visit in Tampa | Must Love Traveling

Are you looking for a unique list of things to do in Tampa? Here is my list of some of my favorite and unique places to visit in Tampa.

Street scene - Tampa, Florida.

Searchable collections of manuscripts, war records, historic images, vital statistics, audio and video recordings from the State Library and Archives of Florida.

Tampa Bay Center; Tampa, Florida - Labelscar: The Retail History Blog

Opened in August 1976, Tampa Bay Center was one of Tampa Bay's biggest and brightest shopping destinations. Centrally located north of downtown Tampa along Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (called Buffalo Avenue then) east of Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa Bay Center was next to Tampa Stadium, home of the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It was the place to be during the late 1970s and 1980s; but, despite rapid growth in the fruitful Tampa Bay area over the coming years and decades, Tampa Bay Center's fate was…