Town Hall Museum
Various photographs of the interior of the Museum
Old bottles, most of them molded, from the Upper Keys. Courtesy of Tad DeMilly
Books and other items for sale in the front display case of the Museum.
The chair and desk of James W. English, the owner of the Seminole Theater.
The Museum's 1924 American LaFrance fire truck.
A German square grand piano which belonged to Charles T. Fuchs, Sr., the founder of Fuchs Bakery in Homestead.
An old camera that belonged to Jack Levy, who took many of the aerial photographs in the Museum's collection.
A dress worn by Seminole Indian women.
The wall of tiles in the front entrance hall to the Museum. Each tile has the name of a contributor to the restoration of the Town Hall building - lots of local history here!
This collection of photographs was loaned to the Town Hall Museum by Bill Losner, the president of the 1st National Bank, upon its sale to Center State Banks.
A portable display with information about architectural styles found in the Homestead area.
Jim English's desk and the square grand piano that belonged to Charles Fuchs, Sr.
A display case in the exhibit room with items of interest.
The dollhouse in the children's room.
Another view of the wonderful collection of photographs loaned by Bill Losner.
More photographs and displays to look at. The display in the center has enlargements of old linen postcards with images of long-ago Homestead.
The Hurricane Andrew Room.
More photos on the wall of the Hurricane Andrew Room.
Hurricane Andrew's awesome destructive power in pictures.
More scenes of bygone Homestead.
Photocopies of selected front pages of the Homestead Leader, before 1931, when it merged with the Homestead Enterprise to become The Leader-Enterprise.
A panoramic shot of the exhibit room.
Photographs on the wall by the fire engine. They were provided courtesy of the Florida Pioneer Museum in Florida City.
Portable displays and the Bill Losner collection.
Plat books from the 1950s.
One of the plats in the book, showing subdivisions in the southwest section of Homestead.
Another view of the plat books, with old telephone and city directories on the shelf below.
Seminole Indian display.
Items relating to the building of the Key West Extension of the Florida East Coast Railway.