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1950s - the Hialeah-Miami Springs Bank on Hialeah Drive
1950s Courtesy of Daniel Worth

1950s - the Hialeah-Miami Springs Bank on Hialeah Drive

Hialeah Drive, Hialeah, Florida


Thanks to Daniel Worth for this image. This was originally the Miami Springs Bank when founded. They later added a floor or two to the building and it was the Hialeah-Miami Springs First State Bank for years.


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Mary Anne C 26-Feb-2011 06:40
OMG, the Seminole Bar, I had almost completely forgotten about that place. In the early 70s, I was hanging around with a fellow teacher, Ilene Shane, who was dating a guy in a band...that played at the Seminole..what a dive.
jim kirkham 05-Dec-2009 23:19
The Kirkham family lived 1 block S and 3 blocks W of Kenny Irwin.
loads of memories...playing hide the belt in Triangle park, Freemans 5&10, milanders Meat Market, hialeah, circle & essex theaters, slaughter houses, Moms restaurant, Seminole Bar, hia elemtary, hia Jr High, curtis park, flamingo restaurant, may&daves, medley speedway, little river rats, (pre hialeah high school)
Lance Sadler Yandell 05-Dec-2009 22:35
Greetings Everyone..Wooow...what great times growing up in the Springs from 1946 to 60. Didn't realize how great we all had it. Great friends and times, seeing so many of them in Orlando at our reuion, was incredible!! Many tears came to my eyes upon seeing how we are now, and just a couple of us football players are still around..The joys we shared then are totally different then those shared today by our new generation.. It's excellent to still be in touch with so many of you all, and I look foward to hearing from you. God Speed my dear frinds and wishing everyone the Best of the Best Christmas Season..Lance Sadler Yandell
KEN ERWIN 10-Dec-2008 21:14
LET ME JOG MY MEMORY ! I BELIEVE THERE WAS AN ARMY-NAVY STORE BEHIND IT ON EAST 1 ST. AVE. TOWARDS THE CANAL AND OCHO...RD. I WOULD LOVE GOING INTO THAT STORE ... AS FOR FREEMANS DOWN THE STREET DOES ANYONE REMEMBER THE LITTLE SURPRISE PACKAGES THEY USE TO MAKE UP AND SELL FOR A DIME ? EVERYONE LOVED THOSE LITTLE SURPRISES ! AHH THE MEMORIES ... KEN E.