Viva Florida: Florida Before Statehood exhibit opens in Key West

Exhibit set up in Key West International

Left to right: Peter Horton (Director, Key West International Airport), Bruce Neff (Executive Director, Historic Markers, Inc.), Elizabeth Young (Executive Director, Florida Keys Council of the Arts) and Sue D’Antonio (Chair, Monroe County Arts in Public Places).

Key West International Airport in Monroe County will be the next to host the Viva Florida traveling exhibition from the Museum of Florida History’s TREX Program, Viva Florida: Florida Before Statehood.

This follows a three month stay in Marianna where it was on display at the Jackson County Visitor Center.  The exhibition will run from July 11 through October 11, 2014 in the departure lounge at Key West International Airport and is sponsored by Key West Historic Marker Tour, Inc.  

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