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In 1934, Edward Ball, brother-in-law of Alfred I. duPont and an influential Florida businessman, bought Wakulla Spring and 4,000 acres of land surrounding the spring. Ball immediately launched plans to build Wakulla Springs Lodge.

In 1934, Edward Ball, brother-in-law of Alfred I. duPont and an influential Florida businessman, bought Wakulla Spring and 4,000 acres of land surrounding the spring. Ball immediately launched plans to build Wakulla Springs Lodge.

Map of Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park

Map of Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park

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Everyone in Florida Must Visit This Epic Natural Spring As Soon As Possible

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Diver holding lower jaw of mastodon (193-) Wakulla Springs, FL

Diver holding lower jaw of mastodon (193-) Wakulla Springs, FL

Old Postcard - Scene in Carrabelle, Florida

Old Postcard - Scene in Carrabelle, Florida

Ray Charles performs on June 9, 1987; Rhythm & Blues titan Ray Charles (1930 - 2004) was born in Albany, Georgia, and would grow up in Greenville and Tallahassee, Florida before living in Los Angeles and Seattle, where he first gained musical traction.

Ray Charles performs on June 9, 1987; Rhythm & Blues titan Ray Charles (1930 - 2004) was born in Albany, Georgia, and would grow up in Greenville and Tallahassee, Florida before living in Los Angeles and Seattle, where he first gained musical traction.

House at Live Oak Plantation - Leon County, Florida (1927)

House at Live Oak Plantation - Leon County, Florida (1927)

Old Florida Capitol

Old Florida Capitol

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