A Narrative of the San Diego--St. Augustine Motorcade

Item

Title

A Narrative of the San Diego--St. Augustine Motorcade

Description

An account of what transpired along the route of the Old Spanish Trail motorcade from San Diego to St. Augustine.

Contributor

Handwritten notes: unknown

Spatial Coverage

San Diego (California)
St. Augustine (Florida)
San Antonio (Texas)
California
El Paso (Texas)
New Mexico State Line
Balmorhea (Texas)
Fort Stockton (Texas)
Ozona (Texas)
Atlantic
Pacific
Junction (Texas)
Kerrville (Texas)
Babcock Road (San Antonio, Texas)
Schulenburg (Texas)
Eagle Lake (Texas)
Houston (Texas)
Beaumont (Texas)
Liberty (Texas)
New Orleans (Louisiana)
Louisiana
Lafayette (Louisiana)
St. Martinville (Louisiana)
Houma (Louisiana)
Mississippi Coast
Mississippi
Pass Christian (Mississippi)
Gulf of Mexico
Biloxi (Mississippi)
Mobile (Alabama)
Pensacola (Florida)
DeFuniak Springs (Florida)
Yellow River
Milligan (Florida)
Florida
Marianna (Florida)
Tallahassee (Florida)
Chipley (Florida)
Live Oak (Florida)
Suwanee River
Jacksonville (Florida)
Georgia
England
Spain
Old Spanish Trail
The East
Memphis (Tennessee)
Dallas (Texas)
OST Sunshine Belt
Alabama
Picayune (Mississippi)
Havana (Florida)
Gadsden County (Florida)
Apalachicola River Bridge
Sanders Bosch (Florida)
Loxley (Alabama)
Fort Barrancas (Florida)
Mobile Bay (Alabama)
Bay of St. Louis (Mississippi)

Temporal Coverage

1929-03
1929-04

Creator

Ayres, Harral B. (OST Managing Director)

Date

1929-03
1929-04

Identifier

SC17_04_01_124 A Narrative of the San Diego--St. Augustine Motorcade

uri

http://dspace.stmarytx.edu:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/959

Medium

Paper

Language

en-us

Rights

Materials in the Old Spanish Trail collection may be used with attribution for the purpose of personal use, scholarship or research. Any commercial use of these materials require written permission from the copyright owner.

Subject

Ayres, Harral B. (Managing Director, President 1933~ OST Association)
Vice President (Bank of Italy)
Peck, S.H. (President, OST Association)
Peck, S.H., Mrs.
Bailey, Elwood
Governor (Florida)
Williams, Joe (Chipley, Florida)
Mayor (Jacksonville, Florida)
Ponce de Leon (Historical Figure)
Mendez (Historical Figure)
Monroe, Marshall (The Houston Chronicle - Houston, Texas)
Burris, H.W.
Haviland, P.P.
Williams, C.W. (Manager, Gadsden County Chamber of Commerce)
Storrs, R.W.
Patterson, R.G.
Bayliss, Harry (Mayor - Pensacola, Florida)
Banning, T.A. (Esther), Mrs. (Honorary Vice President & State Director, OST Association - Loxley, Alabama)
Wiener, J.N.
Dupont, Julius (Vice President, OST Division)
Calvert, Col.
Chambers, Mr. (Mayor - San Antonio, Texas)
Robertson, Hon. (Judge - San Antonio, Texas)
Hardee, Mr. (Former Governor - Florida)
Dichmann, Col.
Old Spanish Trail Association
Chamber of Commerce (San Diego, Texas)
Merchants and Manufacturers Association
Bank of Italy
Chamber of Commerce Highway Bureau (San Diego, California)
Chamber of Commerce (El Paso, Texas)
Ft. Stockton Hotel (Ft. Stockton, Texas)
Rotary Club (Eagle Lake)
Roosevelt Hotel
Chamber of Commerce (Pass Christian, Mississippi)
San Carlos Hotel
Florida Road Department
Red Cross Refugee Camp (Florida)
Chamber of Commerce (Jacksonville, Florida)
Motor League of Jacksonville (Jacksonville, Mississippi)
Ponce de Leon Celebration
Royal Spanish Government
Houston Chronicle
The Times Picayune
San Antonio Express
Finck Cigar Co.
Chamber of Commerce (Gadsden County, Alabama)
Hotel Weston (Bay St. Louis, Mississippi)
Chamber of Commerce (Beaumont, Texas)
Automobile Club of Beaumont
Menger Hotel (San Antonio, Texas)
Shrine of Longfellow's Evangeline
Havana Luncheon Club
Florida Hotel
Chamber of Commerce (DeFuniak Springs, Florida)
Old Spanish Trail
Old Spanish Trail Association
motorcades -- Old Spanish Trail Association
motorcades -- travel accommodations
travel accommodations
support - Old Spanish Trail
road infrastructure
highway construction
women's efforts
interstate travel
historical tourism
boosterism
automobiles
travelers -- travel
automobile -- travel
recreation
Spanish heritage
Spanish Government
Spanish history
dinners
scheduling
meetings
newspapers
people
gratitude of service
weather

Type

Programs
Memoirs and Reminiscences