Fw: Great Days of Rail Travel on the Florida East Coast - Posters and Flagler's Train DVD

seth h. bramson


Lillian Perricone, of the Bienes Museum of the Modern Book at the main Broward Library in FLL advises that there are only 11 of the beautiful posters celebrating THE GREAT DAYS OF RAIL TRAVEL ON THE FLORIDA EAST COAST exhibit and she wants to make them available to the FEC and Florida-related rail and history groups before the exhibit closes on March 31st.  Pls see the info below and pls note that she is still looking for a copy of the "Flagler's Train...." DVD so if anybody can help the library that would be great, and, Lillian, thanks so much for the hard work and effort that you put in to making this exhibit the great success that it has been.  Tom Byrne, Jonathan Nelson, All Aboard Florida, the folks at the Citrus Model RR Society and the Operation Lifesaver people were wonderful in providing items for display and giving talks and presentation and our sincere thanks to all involved.


On Friday, March 7, 2014 2:16 PM, "Perricone, Lillian"
Hi Seth:
The Bienes Museum has 11 limited edition posters left.  The dimension of the poster is 30”H x 24”W.  The cost is $15 per poster plus $5 for S/H.
Customers may pay by cash or by check to the Broward Public Library Foundation.
If anyone has questions, customers can call Lillian Perricone at 954-357-8243 or send email at lperrico@...
Since The Great Days of Rail Travel exhibition opened,  there has been one DVD presentation that has been favorably mentioned by several individuals.
The DVD is called Flagler’s Train: The Florida Keys Over-Sea RailroadIt was produced by PBS in 2012.   We have tried to acquire this presentation to no avail.  Seth, could you help us locate / donate a copy to our library system? 
Thanks in advance,
Lillian Perricone, Reference Librarian / Rare Book Cataloger
Broward County Main Library, 6th floor
Bienes Museum of the Modern Book
100 S. Andrews Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Tel:  954-357-8243

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