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  1. In this undated  photo possibly taken during prohibition the late-Ellis Clifton, far left, the head of the Hillsborough County Vice Sqaud the 1950s,  John Hawrsk, a state beverage agent during that time, an unidentified man, and a pigeon pose with several jugs of moonshine.  [Photo courtesy of the Hillsborough county Sheriff's Office]
  2. The 700 block of N Florida Avenue in 1935.
  3. Jack Timmel, 34, and his father, John Timmel, 65, who are licensed harbor pilots, serve as the sail masters for the "Jose Gasparilla" pirate ship that leads a flotilla of private boats into downtown Tampa before its signature parade. They are standing in the elevated perch that the captains use on the ship, which was built in 1954 for the festival.
  4. Young revelers yell for beads at the 2020 Children's Gasparilla parade in Tampa. The parade was canceled in 2021 because of COVID-19.
  5. Mayor Jane Castor speaks at a news conference at Memorial Park Cemetery to address the city’s role in the upkeep, care and protection of privately owned and city cemeteries.
  6. Dylan Breese holds Ashes, a female chicken that is missing a leg, at the Ybor Misfits Microsanctuary, a chicken rehab and rescue in Ybor City.
  7. Walter Smith sits in the Walter Smith Library in 2005. Smith, a former president of Florida A&M University, returned home to Tampa to care for his parents after years of establishing education programs in several countries in Africa.
  8. Archaeologists Mary Maisel, left, and Erin McKendry, with Cardno, excavate sand on Wednesday, March 10, 2021, while working to confirm ground-penetrating radar results which have indicated 70 “possible graves” from where Clearwater's black St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery was located at the FrankCrum staffing firm property at Missouri Avenue and Pierce Street in Clearwater.
  9. A StoryCorps Airstream at Lykes Gaslight Park in Tampa. The Airstream and a StoryCorps team are in Tampa through Feb. 12.
  10. A moonshine still in an attic with barrels, bottles, funnels, sugar and tubing in the 1920s.
  11. Two people stroll under two signs that advertise “The Tampa Morning Tribune” at the newspaper's former home at 514 N. Tampa St.
  12. ZooTampa has rescued a total of 500 manatees since the opening of its manatee critical care center
  13. Times Publishing Co. Chairman and CEO Paul C. Tash talks to members of the media about the St. Petersburg Times' name change to the Tampa Bay Times.
  14. Traditional dancers will be part of the Russian New Year celebration organized by the Russian Heritage Organization. It will be held on Jan. 8 at the TradeWinds Island Resort in St. Pete Beach.
  15. In this April 19, 2011, file photo, Fidel Castro, left, raises the hand of his brother, President Raul Castro, as they sing the international socialism anthem during the 6th Communist Party Congress in Havana, Cuba.
  16. A moonshine still in a wooded area near Riverview in 1920.
  17. Kim Lively Puleo put up thousands of lights on Franklin Street in Tampa.
  18. Traffic backs up in front of the Oakdale Christmas house as visitors stop by to see the display on Thursday, Dec. 16, 2021 in St. Petersburg.
  19. Marion Washington "was just a pillar in the neighborhood," said Progress Village friend and neighbor Eloise Griffin.
  20. The apartment building at 1902 N Lamar Ave. in Tampa Heights is seen in this Google Earth image. Tampa Heights residents hope to save it from the wrecking ball.
  21. Tampa Steel Erecting Co. President Bob Clark Jr. poses by the section of a bridge being built on site in Tampa.
  22. A Seminole War treaty signing reenactment held at The Pioneer Florida Museum & Village in 2021.
  23. St. Petersburg muralist  Zulu Painter (@zulupainter1) sizes up his progress while working on the Imagine Gas Plant & Laurel Park Mural at the Campbell Park Recreational Center in St Petersburg.
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