A fashion show in Miami, Florida. Models display latest designs in lingerie and negligees at a fashion show at Miami Biltmore in Miami, Florida. Models walk down the stage and amidst the audiences as they display the new collection. A band plays music on the stage.
Miami Beach Patrol officials line up along pool side as they compete for the title of Adonis.Swimsuit models measure the men. Winner gets kissed by models and then thrown into the pool by colleagues. January 1938.
Harold Lee "Jug" McSpaden wins the Miami Open golf tournament in Miami, Florida. Golf players hit ball on the golf course. Spectators watch the tournament. McSpaden wins the tournament against Henry Picard by one stroke. McSpaden receives a trophy and smiles.
View of a Greyhond tourist bus marked Jacksonville. Next, a different tourist bus with destination sign of Miami. Tourists in Florida travel south through Florida on the bus. View of the City Gate of St. Augustine, Florida, and a horse carriage passes through the stone gate. Flags flying on the oldest house in the city, known as the Gonzalez-Alvarez House (later the Oldest House Museum) on St. Francis street. The flags flying include the American flag, the Confederate flag, and others.Tourist bus travels on a bridge. View of tourists inside the vintage 1940s bus. Silhouette of the bus driver, driving the bus, and view through the windshield of the road ahead as the bus drives along Route 1 and over the Overseas Highway toward Key West. View of the bridges and ocean beneath. Scenes in Miami Beach area. View of the beach in Miami Beach.
Beautiful models dressed in haute-contours walk on ramp during night fashion show at Biltmore Pool in Miami. Models catwalk and display their attire and high heels as judges and spectators watch in delight. Shows model's sandal being measured. Crowned winner poses with a big smile. January 1938.
Harold McSpaden wins the Miami Open golf tourney in Miami, Florida. Harold 'Jug' McSpaden, Bay State Links champion, wins the $10,000 tournament. The tournament underway. Spectators watch the players tee off. The players with their caddies. McSpaden shoots 275, 5 under par to nose out Henry Picard by one stroke after a thrilling exhibition of professional golf.