Informational pamphlet about Indiantown. Includes information about local industry, including Bay State Milling Company, the Indiantown Telephone Company, Arrow Communication, Indiantown Marina, Indianwood golf and tennis community, Payson Park horse racing track, First Bank of Indiantown. A historical summary focuses on Francis Marion Platt and S. Davies Warfield's Seminole Inn.
Young man stands on a ladder with a long scrub brush cleaning the exterior of the Jensen Beach Community Center. Several people stand on the ground around the ladder and one individual holds the ladder in place. It looks like the group might be preparing the building for a new paint job.
The Stuart/Jensen welcome arch after a car accident destroyed the east tower in 1976. In 1977, the arch was rebuilt to match its original 1926 construction. The arch was listed on National Register of Historic Places in 2004.
The Stuart/Jensen welcome arch before it was restored in 1977. The rectangular crossbeam seen in this photo was removed in 1976 after a car accident destroyed the east tower. Northeast Dixie Highway also in view.
Two photos taped together showing the front façade of The Seminole Inn in Indiantown. The hotel was built by Solomon Davies Warfield in 1926. The historic hotel was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places in 2006.
Sign for Payson Park Thoroughbred Training Center in Indiantown. Caption: "On the Outskirts -- The late Charles Shipman Payson, then owner of the New York Mets, paid 2.2 million in 1980 for the St. Lucie Park Training Center, now Payson Park. It draws breeding stock for some of the worlds' finest racing horses."