Some Letters from the Alcazar; A Mystery of St. Augustine

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Abstract

This travel pamphlet is a humorous, fictional account of a young woman staying at the Alcazar. She meets Ponce de Leon, who narrates how much improved St. Augustine is to his friend, Pedro Menendez, who founded the town (1565).

The other identifiable local location is the golf course on the grounds of the Castillo de San Marcos.

Identifier

SPECIAL PS3500 .S6 1903

Access Rights

This item is part of Special Collections and is accessible by appointment-only.

Contributor

William Bengough, illustrator

Title

Some Letters from the Alcazar; A Mystery of St. Augustine

Publisher

[St. Augustine, FL]: Florida East Coast Hotel Company

Date

Format

Pamphlet, 10 unnumbered leaves

Language

English

Audience

Subject

Short Stories, Vignettes or Poetry
Comedy or Humor

Coverage

Flagler Era

Accrual Method

Purchased

Bibliographic Citation

Some Letters from the Alcazar; A Mystery of St. Augustine. [St. Augustine, FL]: Florida East Coast Hotel Company, 1903.

Citation

“Some Letters from the Alcazar; A Mystery of St. Augustine,” St. Augustine Fiction, accessed July 18, 2024, https://staugustinefiction.omeka.net/items/show/1.

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