Late To The Party In The Roaring Twenties And That Tropical Paradise Called Florida (eBook)
de Patricia Yost e Robert Yost
Sobre o livro
Millions of dollars were flooding into Florida's economy in the Roaring Twenties. By 1925, real estate transactions were taking place faster than county clerks could record them. Land sales had virtually eclipsed tourism and farming as the state's source of astounding economic growth. It was no different from other frenetic manias - the people who jumped in early, and got out early, were the winners. Those late to the game were the dreamers.