The Earliest Obtainable Plans of Orlando, Florida.
Extremely early town plan of Orlando, Florida, published by the local newspaper the South Florida Sentinel.
The map is undated but includes on the verso an inset J. O. Fries's Map of Orange County Florida from 1890. The cartography might be
The South Florida Sentinel was founded as a weekly publication in 1885 and operated until 1899, when it was consolidated with the Orange County Reporter. It restarted operations in 1907, operating as a weekly newspaper until 1913, when it became a morning daily.
Frank Woodruff, shown as an Orange County Commissioner, was elected commissioner in 1910.
OCLC lists 4 copies of the the pamphlet "Orlando Charm of the South" (University of Florida; Orange County Library, University of Miami, University of Central Florida.
Other than Sanborn Company fire insurance maps, this is the earliest map of Orlando listed in OCLC.