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  1. Bessie Coleman was the first African American Aviator of Record. She received her pilot's license in 1921 and died in an accident in Jacksonville in 1926.
  2. MacDill Air Force Base on Tuesday dedicated a historic marker denoting the spot where the erased Port Tampa Cemetery was located.
  3. This drawing from the 1930s of Tampa's historic Black neighborhood known as the Scrub was created by Karl Moseley during The Great Depression and funded by the Works Progress Administration.
  4. Askia Muhammad Aquil looks back on his life as a community activist. He is shown here outside of his office Campbell Park in St. Petersburg.
  5. A proposed rendering of a walkable memorial honoring those buried in the mid-20th century Ridgewood Cemetery for the indigent and unknown.
  6. Erin McKendry, 40, a staff archeologist with Cardno, left, speaks with a Tampa Bay Times reporter as Ryan Harke, 35, an archeologist with Florida Public Archeology Network, right, during the excation of what was once an unnamed Black cemetery. This grave is among those with a casket and a marker.
  7. Floats make their way down the parade route during the Gasparilla Parade of Pirates last year in Tampa.
  8. Fans cheer on the Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals during Super Bowl 43 in 2009; The front page of the St. Petersburg Times Jan. 23, 1984 featured an image taken during Super Bowl 18; Whitney Houston's iconic performance of the Star Spangled Banner during Super Bowl 25 in 2000.
  9. Over 100 friends, family and community members gathered for a special birthday parade for St. Petersburg resident Henry Benton Sayler on his 100th birthday on Saturday January 16, 2020 in St. Petersburg.
  10. Flags are placed on the National Mall, with the U.S. Capitol behind them, ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.
  11. The insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, joined other notable historic events in American history, including the coronavirus pandemic and Victory over Japan Day.
  12. Bill Savage is the fourth generation of his family to work for the A.R. Savage & Son ship agency.
  13. Gigi Best-Richardson and her husband, Skip Richardson, are co-owners of Best Richardson African Diaspora Literature and Culture Museum in Tampa.
  14. A 1948 photo, left, shows a plaster cast made from large footprints left in the sand of Clearwater Beach. A 2006 image, right, shows Tony Signorini, the man responsible.
  15. Dali Boulevard S, 5 Avenue S, sign, St. Petersburg.
  16. Luis Gonzalez, of Tampa, is surrounded by finished cigars while rolling The American at the J.C. Newman Cigar Co. in Tampa.
  17. Saint Leo University has opened a satellite campus in West Tampa's Berriman-Morgan Cigar Factory.
  18. Former Tampa Mayor Dick Greco poses for a portrait at his balcony in Tampa on Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020.
  19. Dixie Lee Heckel, then 3, receives her polio shot at the Leon County Health Unit in Tallahassee, Florida, on June 23, 1957.
  20. Dec. 13, 2020• Community News
    Former Tampa Mayor Dick Greco poses for a portrait at his balcony in Tampa on Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020.
  21. Raul Villamia was Tampa's first Cuban consul under Fidel Castro's revolutionary government.
  22. The Seahorse Restaurant in Pass-A-Grille, pictured here in 2013, has closed. Its owners plan to make sure it remains a mainstay.
  23. The Sicilian Club building, once a social club for Sicilian immigrants, will be restored and turned into a production studio.
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