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  1. In this Nov. 4, 1969, image provided by The Richard Nixon Library & Museum, President Richard Nixon, center, stands with Prince Philip, second from left, prior to a black tie state dinner.
  2. Left to right: A photograph of the 1971 Tampa International Airport terminal complex, Joyce Mandley's family visiting the airport when it opened (courtesy of Tampa International Airport), and executive director of the Hillsborough County Aviation Authority George Bean in the 1960s.
  3. Portrait of Angelo Bedami at his home in Tampa.
  4. In this June 14, 2014 photo, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by members of her family appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, during the Trooping The Colour parade, in central London. From left, Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles, Princess Eugenie, Sophie, the Duchess of Wessex, Prince Philip, Prince Edward, Prince Harry, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William.
  5. In November, childhood best friends Betty Grebenschikoff and Anne Maria Wahrenberg were reunited in a Zoom conference, more than 80 years after the Holocaust separated them.
  6. Built in 1908, the Tierra del Lago Cigar Co. factory in Tampa. The new owner requested a historic landmark designation from the city.
  7. Seminole Heights Baptist Church
  8. Tampa Armature Works in Riverview.
  9. Grand Cathedral Cigars, a cigar lounge located inside the former First Congregational Church, a historic building in Tampa Heights.
  10. The auditorium at the Nancy and David Bilheimer Capitol Theatre in downtown Clearwater.
  11. University of Tampa librarian Elizabeth Lee Barron, 64, displays some of the citrus labels she has collected over the years at her home on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021, in Tampa. The collection is the fruit of Lee Barron's research, which has turned up scores of her family's branding labels that were pasted on shipping boxes to identify where the citrus was grown, who packed it and who shipped it.
  12. For nearly 60 years, Mar Fee “Yee” Moon worked at and ran China City, an iconic mainstay in St. Petersburg. He's pictured here with his children and grandchildren. He died March 2, 2019.
  13. Brad Massey, 44, the Saunders Foundation Curator of Public History at the Tampa Bay Historic Center, pictured with the skull of a Zygorhiza whale in the Tusks to Tails, A Fossil History of Florida, exhibit at the Tampa Bay Historic Center, 801 Water Street, on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 in Tampa. Massey helped research and write the material for the exhibit.
  14. Archaeologists with Cardno, Rebecca O’Sullivan, left, and Eric Prendergast, work to sift through sand while working to confirm ground-penetrating radar results which indicated 70 graves from where Clearwater's black St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery were located at the FrankCrum staffing firm property at Missouri Avenue and Pierce Street in Clearwater.
  15. Archaeologists with Cardno, Rebecca O’Sullivan, left, and Eric Prendergast, work to sift through 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. The excavation comes after more than a year of research by archaeologists with Cardno, the University of South Florida, the NAACP, and the local community.
  16. The city of Tampa Department of Solid Waste and Environmental Program Management float sports a banner with one of Martin Luther King's quote during the 2018 MLK Day parade in Tampa. The two-mile parade route started at Cuscaden Park and ended at Middleton High School. This year's parade has been canceled and will resume in 2022.
  17. A new exhibit is set to open at the Henry B. Plant Museum about a Booker T. Washington speech delivered in Tampa in 1912.
  18. Louis “Peggie” Schmechel worked at her son’s newspaper, La Gaceta, for 20 years. “You couldn’t have anybody better to watch after your money than your mother,” Patrick Manteiga said.
  19. Former Governor Bob Martinez poses for a portrait at the office building where he works in Tampa on Friday, Feb. 19, 2021.
  20. A socially distanced crowd of fans gathered on  opening day of the Super Bowl Experience on Friday, Jan. 29, 2021 in Tampa.
  21. Kimi Lau-Costanzo, Kermit Nelson and Tampa City Councilman Guido Maniscalco. Mr. Nelson was administrator of the popular "Tampa!!! BORN AND RAISED AND I REMEMBER WHEN" Facebook group. He died on Feb. 14, 2021.
  22. African American Heritage Association president Gwendolyn Reese, Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum executive director Terri Lipsey Scott and principal dancer Calvin Royal III.
  23. 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.
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