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Sunny Isles Beach, Paradise Lost: A Postcard History

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Sunday, July 10 at 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Jewish Museum of Florida
301 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33199 United States

Join expert tour guide and Treasurer of the Miami Design Preservation League Joel Levine as he reconstructs the fascinating history of Sunny Isles Beach. Using vibrant postcards, price lists, and other precious archival material and videos, Levine will time travel from the original 1920 purchase of the town by Harvey Baker Graves to the post-WWII period of glamorous resorts and motels and into the present day.  

In connection with the current exhibition Giller on Giller: An Adventure in Architecture, Levine will also identify the special contribution of legendary architect Norman Giller, who designed more than 70 percent of the luxurious Miami Modern hotels that dotted the Sunny Isles Beach waterfront in the 1950s and 1960s.

Event Type

Arts & Culture, Exhibitions

Audience

General Public

Cost

Free

Department
Jewish Museum of Florida
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