Coconut Grove Flashback in Pictures

Carole Smith

 
The Miami Herald published a library full of vintage photos of Coconut Grove late last week that chronicles “old vestiges of the Grove: Carrolton School, El Jardin, Miami’s first Mediterranean Building; Bryan Memorial United Methodist Church, a Byzantine-influenced memorial to William Jennings Bryan; Plymouth Church, with its mission- style coral rock buildings; the old Pagoda at Ransom Everglades” and more.
 
Here’s a sampling of some of the photos found within this Flashback Series:
 
 
View more historic photos of Coconut Grove: click here.
 
As Coconut Grove resident for over three decades and overall Grove aficionado, I love to see the essence of my village captured in this photos. It truly is a great place to call home. My team and I can help you call it home too!
 
 
 

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