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[Historic Spanish Point]
h [sound recording].
1 streaming audio file (ca. 4 min.) :
Title supplied by cataloger.
In 1867, John and Eliza Webb movied from upstate New York to Florida, homesteading 147 acres on Sarasota Bay. Although the original Webb family home is gone, the home of daughter Lizzie and her husband Frnak Guptill has been renovated and is open to the public. Sally Watt gets information about the house, called Historic Spanish Point, from its executive director, Linda Mansberger. Mansberger talks about life in the house and the surrounding area.
Historic Spanish Point (Fla.)
Sarasota Bay (Fla.)
Sally Watt radio programs