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Historic Map - Pensacola, FL - 1885

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1W-FLE-1885
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Pensacola, Fla. county seat of Escambia County 1885. H. Wellge, del. Beck & Pauli, litho.

Reproduction historic map of Pensacola, Florida published in 1885 by Henry Wellge. First sighted by the famous Spanish explorer, Juan Ponce de Leon in 1513, Don Diego Miruelo became the first European explorer to sail into Pensacola Bay in 1516. The city has earned its nickname "City of Five Flags" by having been under the control of Spanish, French, British, the Confederacy and the United States. The area was given the name "Panzacola" by King Ferdinand VI of Spain in 1757.

Detailed illustrations of the New Continental Hotel and the Merchants' Hotel are inset in the lower margin, along with a detailed illustration of the Navy Yards.

The following businesses and public buildings are numbered and referenced on the map:

  1. Methodist.
  2. Baptist.
  3. Catholic.
  4. Presbyterian.
  5. Episcopal.
  6. Jewish Synagogue.
  7. Colored Baptist.
  8. Colored Methodist
  1. U. S. Custom House, Court House and Post Office.
  2. County Court House.
  3. County Jail.
  4. Opera House.
  5. School House.
  6. Marine Hospital.
  7. Osceola Club Building.
  8. L. & N. and P. & A. R. R. Passenger Depot.
  9. Round House and Shops.
  10. Gulf Ice Co.'s Ice Mfg.
  11. Clubb's Block, A. V. Clubb's.
  12. Merchants Bank, Louis P. Knowles, Pres., E. W. Menefee, Cashier.
  13. First National Bank, M. H. Sullivan, Pres., W. A. S. Wheeler, Cashier.
  14. Brents Bank, F. C. Brent.
  15. New Continental Hotel, D. K. Hickey, prop. also proprietor of the Chautauqua Hotel, Lake De Funiak, 80 miles East of Pensacola.
  16. Merchants Hotel, M. Kryger, Prop.
  17. City Hotel, Ed. Sexauer, Prop.
  18. Commercial Hotel.
  19. Carriage Manufactory, Harvey & Hilliard.
  20. Lumber and Timber Mill, Geo. W. Wright.
  21. Planing Mill, Sash, Doors and Blind Mfg. G. H. Overman & Co.
  22. Pensacola Foundry, J. Cosgrove.
  23. Golay Mills, M. F. Gonzalez.
  24. Livery Feed & Sale Stable, J. B. Robert's & Son.

Additional businesses listed with locations:

Baar's & Downing, Shipping Merchants, Palafox Wharf.
Oneal, Chaffin & Co., Shipping Merchants, Palafox Wharf.
A. M. McMillan, Shipper of Pitch Pine, Palafox Wharf.
Warren & Co., Wholesale Fish Dealers, Palafox Wharf.
W. L. Wittich, Timber & Shipping Merchant Central Wharf.
A. V. Clubb's, Contractor, Builder & Dealer in Builders Material, Bay Front, Florida Blanca St.
Avery & Woolfolk, Hardware and Mill Supplies, Palafox St., Corner Intendentia.
John Oconnor, Editor, "Pensacolian" Pitt Building, Palafox Street.
Nonpareil Printing Co., S. W. Landrum, Manager, Pitt Building, Palafox Street.
J. Dennis, Wolfe, Editor, "Pensacola Commercial" Blount, Building, Palafox St.
Magee & Phillips, Editors, "Advance Gazette", Jefferson, opposite Public Square.
Henry Horsler & Co., Ship Chandlers and Provision Dealers, Zarragossa St., near Palafox.
P. Stone, Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher, Clubb's Building, Palafox St.
J. I. Stephens, Jeweller, Bookseller and Stationer, Clubb's Building, Palafox St.
T. C. Watson, Real Estate and Commission, Govt. St., City Hotel Building.
Mrs. S. Kahn, Prop., Original Shoe Palace, Palafox St.
Jas. Coulson, Butcher and Green Grocer, 15 Palafox St.
Geo. Bonifay, Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Palafox St.
A. H. D'Alemberte, Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Palafox, Cor. Intendentia.
Johnson & Davis, Staple & Fancy Dry Goods, Palafox Cor. Intendentia.
B. L. Diamond, Merchant Tailor, Palafox St.
E. E. Jordy, Crockery, Glassware and House Furnishing Goods, Palafox Street.
Philip Brown, Furniture, Palafox St.
P. Maloney, Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Palafox St.
R. C. White, Physician and Surgeon, Govt. St.
F. E. Dey, Jeweller, Govt. St.
John Pon's, Barber and Hair Dresser, Govt. St.
Geo. Bell, Cigars, Tobacco, Confectionery, etc., Govt. St.
Geo. W. Collins, Boots and Shoes, Palafox St.
B. M. Balbontin, Cigars, Tobacco etc., Palafox St.
J. L. Borras, Ship Broker, Zarragossa, Cor. Baylen St.
G. O. Brosnaham, M. D. and Druggist, Palafox St.
Lewis Bear & Co., Wholesale Grocers and Liquor Dealers, Palafox St.
Jacob Kahn, Clothier and Gents Furnisher, Palafox St., corner Zarragossa.
Henry Johnson, Tivolia Beer Hall, Palafox St., corner Main.
J. H. Snow, Music Dealer, Govt. St., Opera House Building.
Gopher Cigar Co., Manufactuers and Dealers in Cigars, etc., Palafox St.
John H. Esmonde, Justice of the Peace, Zarragossa St.
A. G. Moreno, Dealer in Staple and Fancy Gorceries, Palafox St.
H. Pfeiffer, Jr., General Merchandise, Govt. St.
Leon S. Hays, Attorney at Law, Palafox St., Blount Building.
Wm Fisher, Attorney at Law, Palafox St., Blount Building.
J. C. Avery, Attorney at Law, Palafox St., Blount Building.
L. M. Merritt, Shipping Merchant, Govt. St.
Hutchinson & Acosta, Furniture, Palafox St.
Frater & Roberts, General Merchandise, Palafox St.
S. Z. Gonzalez, Groceries & Provisions, Palafox St., Corner Gregory.
Glass & Burnett, Funeral Directors, Intendentia St. near Palafox.
J. E. Dubuisson & Co., Groceries and Provisions, Intendentia, cor. Tarrigona St.
G. B. McArther, Groceries and Provisions, Intendentia St., cor. Gregory.
G. Neri, Confectionery, Fruits, etc., Palafox St.
John Dunn, Prop. Dunn's Exchange, Palafox St.
W. A. D'Alemberte, Druggist, Palafox St.

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