Historic fire engine from Miami Firefighters and Paramedics - Local 587 © 2019 . All rights reserved.

International FireFighters’ Day – 2019

“The role of a firefighter in today’s society – be it urban, rural, natural environment, volunteer, career, industrial, defense force, aviation, motorsport, or other is one of dedication, commitment, and sacrifice–no matter what country we reside and work in. In … Continue reading

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The Letter Box

The old letter box still being used at the Ingraham Building in historic downtown Miami. One of downtown Miami’s most significant structures, the Ingraham Building is an outstanding example of Second Renaissance Revival style architecture. Of particular interest are the … Continue reading

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Lyric Theater

“Opened in 1913, the Lyric Theater quickly became a major entertainment center for blacks in Miami. The 400-seat theater was built, owned and operated by Geder Walker, a black man from Georgia. In 1915 the Miami Metropolis newspaper described the … Continue reading