Picking the most important or most interesting front page out of 12 decades of publishing is an impossible task. Still, a panel of St. Petersburg Times editors combed through the archives and chose these 10 as having a significant impact. Of these, which would you pick as number one? Look through them and cast your vote at right.
Nov. 20, 1924 - St. Petersburg and Tampa united
- This page announces the official opening of the Gandy Bridge, the first span to link the Pinellas peninsula to Tampa, effectively ending St. Petersburg’s isolation from the rest of Florida.