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Blake Barron with his 80 lb tarpon-Citrus County
Note...Blake is on the left and Charlie Dean, sheriff of Citrus County at the right.
The fish is from the Chassahowitzka River...
 Courtesy of the State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory,
 httpfloridamemory.com/items/shows/15418
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Scenic View of River in Citrus County...1990's
 Courtesy of the State Archives of Florida, Florida  Memory,
 httpfloridamemory.com/items/show/131281
image # K893496 Photogropher Robert M. Overton




































Tourists at the Fish Bowl at Homosassa Springs-Citrus County...1900's
Courtesy of the State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory,
 httpfloridamemory.com/items/show/83618
image # c671349   Photogropher Johnson






































View of Fishing Nets Drying-Homosassa Springs...1946
Courtesy of the State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory,
 http://floridamemory.com/items/show/55911
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Drying Yards of Cedar Mill in Citrus County...1900's
Courtesy of the State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory,
 http://floridamemory.com/items/show/4458
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Citrus County High School - Inverness - 191?
Courtesy of the State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory,
 http://floridamemory.com/items/show/4545

































Crown Hotel - Inverness -19??
Courtesy of the State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory,
 http://floridamemory.com/items/show/1105




































Cumberland Presbyterian Church _Inverness - 190?
Courtesy of the State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory,
 http://floridamemory.com/items/show/141925










































Hotel Tsala Apopka - Floral City - Between 1880-1899
Courtesy of the State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory,
 http://floridamemory.com/items/show/140167














































The first brick building in Inverness was the G. H. Scofield building. Mr. Scofield, who died in 1931 at the age of 78, constructed the building to be used as a general store. After a couple of years the building was leased to Mr. and Mrs. Nobles who operated it as the City Bakery and even later as a grocery store, operated by Mr. Will Bellamy. The building was demolished in the early 20’s after having been empty a number of years.

Source: Citrus County Chronicle: 6-20-1963








































Inverness Court House 1920's


































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