This oral history of Jim Ponce is part of an ongoing oral history project of the Historical Society of Palm Beach County.
One good thing about history is that it is not static.
Back to all Three Early Hotels on Lake Worth, Part 1 This article from the 2010 spring issue of Tustenegee is by Richard “Tony” Marconi, former Director of Education for the HSPBC. For context, please note the original publication year of republished articles; they receive only minimal editing. As it was over a hundred years […]
Would you believe that there are 19th century structures that have survived the onslaught of the massive development that has taken place in Palm Beach County in the 20th and 21st centuries? There are at least 16 buildings, most of which date between the 1880s-1890s, that have been preserved by preservation organizations, historical societies, local […]
Great change can come out of the simplest conversations.