Extent: 3.0 Boxes
Predominant Dates: (bulk 1900-1930)
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Scope and Contents: Correspondence, personal and business records, manuscripts, postcards, advertisements and other memorabilia from the J.W. Warner family, who were Miami's first florists, establishing the Miami Floral Company in 1906. Includes records for Warner House, their home and place of business; promotional material for the Magnetic Comb Company; a first-day cover commemorating the start of air mail service to Tallahassee; diaries of George H. Griffin ("Uncle George"), and an autobiographical narrative by Lena Clarke, Mrs. Warner's sister.