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  • SS American Victory Rudder and Screw (Propeller)

    One of only four fully operational WWII merchant ships left in the U.S., SS American Victory was bulity at The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, Pascagoula, Mississippi, in 1947.Florida

  • Fire Hose Station

    One of only four fully operational WWII merchant ships left in the U.S., SS American Victory was bulity at The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, Pascagoula, Mississippi, in 1947.Florida. It is now a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.

  • Tug and Barge

    Tampa, Florida

  • Three-Inch/Fifty Caliber Gun Mount

    One of only four fully operational WWII merchant ships left in the U.S., SS American Victory was bulity at The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, Pascagoula, Mississippi, in 1947.Florida. It is now a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.

  • Caribe Navigator

    At pier in Tampa, Florida.

  • SS American Victory Deck

    One of only four fully operational WWII merchant ships left in the U.S., SS American Victory was bulity at The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, Pascagoula, Mississippi, in 1947.Florida. It is now a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.

  • SS American Victory Anchor

    One of only four fully operational WWII merchant ships left in the U.S., SS American Victory was bulity at The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, Pascagoula, Mississippi, in 1947.Florida. It is now a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.

  • SS American Victory 12" Signal Searchlight

    One of only four fully operational WWII merchant ships left in the U.S., SS American Victory was bulity at The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, Pascagoula, Mississippi, in 1947.Florida. It is now a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.

  • SS American Victory Deck

    One of only four fully operational WWII merchant ships left in the U.S., SS American Victory was bulity at The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, Pascagoula, Mississippi, in 1947.Florida. It is now a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.

  • SS American Victory Deck

    One of only four fully operational WWII merchant ships left in the U.S., SS American Victory was bulity at The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, Pascagoula, Mississippi, in 1947.Florida. It is now a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.

  • SS American Victory Winch

    One of only four fully operational WWII merchant ships left in the U.S., SS American Victory was bulity at The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, Pascagoula, Mississippi, in 1947.Florida. It is now a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.

  • Three-Inch/Fifty Caliber Gun Mount

    One of only four fully operational WWII merchant ships left in the U.S., SS American Victory was bulity at The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, Pascagoula, Mississippi, in 1947.Florida. It is now a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.

  • Model of a Liberty Ship

    One of only four fully operational WWII merchant ships left in the U.S., SS American Victory was bulity at The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, Pascagoula, Mississippi, in 1947.Florida. It is now a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.

  • SS American Victory

    One of only four fully operational WWII merchant ships left in the U.S., SS American Victory was bulity at The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, Pascagoula, Mississippi, in 1947.Florida. It is now a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.

  • SS American Victory's Bridge and Ribbons

    One of only four fully operational WWII merchant ships left in the U.S., SS American Victory was bulity at The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, Pascagoula, Mississippi, in 1947.Florida. It is now a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.

  • 1925 Crystal Ice House

    Crystal Ice House, Trenton, Florida, a 1925 ice house and cold storage building

  • SS American Victory's Bridge and Ribbons

    One of only four fully operational WWII merchant ships left in the U.S., SS American Victory was bulity at The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, Pascagoula, Mississippi, in 1947.Florida. It is now a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.

  • Trenton Depot

    Trenton is a historic train station in Trenton, Florida. It was built in 1905 as a stop on the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad line from Newberry to Wilcox and on to Cross City.

  • SS American Victory's Load Line Marker

    Load Line marker. Typically located amidships, this marker is placed near the Plimsoll Line, also known as the point on the hull where the superstructure paint ends and the undersea anti-fouling paint begins. One of only four fully operational WWII merchant ships left in the U.S., SS American Victory was bulity at The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, Pascagoula, Mississippi, in 1947.Florida. It is now a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.

  • The old Trenton Church of Christ

    The old Trenton Church of Christ, an historic one-story Church of Christ church building located just south of the Gilchrist County Courthouse, in Trenton, Gilchrist County, Florida. It was built in 1920 of "Florida field limestone, rubble masonry, with brick quoins at openings, arched windows, triple-arched entry porch," etc. The building was listed in A Guide to Florida's Historic Architecture, published by the University of Florida Press. It now houses the Gilchrist county chamber of commerce

  • Gilchrist County Courthouse

    Gilchrist County Courthouse, an historic two-story red brick courthouse building in Trenton, Gilchrist County, Florida. It was designed by the Jacksonville firm of Smith, Holborn, and Dozier and was built in 1933 by the Works Progress Administration.

  • SS American Victory

    One of only four fully operational WWII merchant ships left in the U.S., SS American Victory was bulity at The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, Pascagoula, Mississippi, in 1947.Florida. It is now a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.

  • Stern of SS American Victory

    One of only four fully operational WWII merchant ships left in the U.S., SS American Victory was bulity at The Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, Pascagoula, Mississippi, in 1947.Florida. It is now a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.

  • Gilchrist County Courthouse

    Gilchrist County Courthouse, an historic two-story red brick courthouse building in Trenton, Gilchrist County, Florida. It was designed by the Jacksonville firm of Smith, Holborn, and Dozier and was built in 1933 by the Works Progress Administration.

  • Gilchrist County Courthouse

    Gilchrist County Courthouse, an historic two-story red brick courthouse building in Trenton, Gilchrist County, Florida. It was designed by the Jacksonville firm of Smith, Holborn, and Dozier and was built in 1933 by the Works Progress Administration.

  • McCormick Tractor

    The Green House Nursery, Jonesville, Florida

  • Trenton Depot

    Trenton is a historic train station in Trenton, Florida. It was built in 1905 as a stop on the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad line from Newberry to Wilcox and on to Cross City.

  • Farm Tools

    The Green House Nursery, Jonesville, Florida

  • Farm Tools

    The Green House Nursery, Jonesville, Florida

  • Bike Wreck

    The Green House Nursery, Jonesville, Florida

  • Farm Tool

    The Green House Nursery, Jonesville, Florida

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