Notes: Brownie died on October 31, 1954. The grave marker was put on his grave on January 4, 1956. That’s about 14 months that the city commission and Daytona Beach citizens talked about how to memorialize Brownie. By this point, the “new” Brownie, at the Post Office had been living there for about a year.… Continue reading January 4, 1956: “A Good Dog” marker is laid on Brownie’s grave
I’m not sure of the date of this editorial by Deborah D. Taylor of Baltimore, MD. It’s obviously 1955, but the date isn’t clear from the handwriting on this article. Most of the artifacts in the Halifax Historical Society are in folders and with handwriting on them that is not always clear. But I am… Continue reading June 1955: A Birdbath Instead Of A Grave Stone?