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Don Boyd | all galleries >> Memories of Old Hialeah, Old Miami and Old South Florida Photo Galleries - largest non-Facebook collection on the internet >> DOWNTOWN Miami, Bayfront Park and Port of Miami Historical Photos Gallery - All Years - click on image to view > 1962 - Downtown Miami from the Dupont Plaza with First National Bank of Miami on the right
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1962 - Downtown Miami from the Dupont Plaza with First National Bank of Miami on the right
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1962 - Downtown Miami from the Dupont Plaza with First National Bank of Miami on the right

Downtown Miami, Florida


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Betsy Peacock 10-Jun-2010 14:33
I am looking for a staff picture for the First National Bank of Miami in 1953. Does anyone out there know someone at Wachovia in Miami who might be able to help me? Contact me at Boodles1953@aol.com
Nancy Foye-Cox 28-Apr-2010 20:08
The first junior-senior prom at Immaculata-LaSalle High School to be held off campus was at the DuPont Plaza Hotel in 1964.
K martin 10-Mar-2009 16:49
My grandmother used to work at the 1st nat bank of miami till retirement in about 63...and I used to go to the Dupont plaza and ride the elevators with friends. Downtown Miami was quite a place to walk and discover
Ben V. Hess 04-Feb-2008 18:51
I graduated from Miami Senior in 1960 and was an offiecer with the First National Bank of Miami, which became Southeast Bancorp during my employment. I left Miami in 1973. This compilation is a wonderful nostalgic trip.
Dee Cupani 08-Jul-2007 21:54
MY brother, Tom Houlton sent this to me. You did a wonderful job on putting this together. I lived in Miami for 45 years, Worked at the Dupont Plaza for 8 years (it is torn down now) but this brought back old and good memories. I am in Port Richey, FL now, retired. my e-mail is dcupani@hotmail.com, if you ever add to this. Thanks
Dave 26-Jun-2007 00:02
The Don Q sign was there forever! It said "Don Q Famous Rum for you". The owners, the Seralles family, originally from Puerto Rico, lived in Coral Gables at the time. That sign sure brings back memories!