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The Cape Coral Historical Society and Museum Collection is a digital photo-album documenting the Cape Coral Historical Society and Museum of Cape Coral, Florida.

The Museum was established by The Cape Coral Historical Society to preserve the history of Cape Coral and Southwest Florida. Originally, the building was the clubhouse at The Cape Coral Country Club. Then, in 1977, it was moved to Four Freedoms Park on Tarpon Court and used as a multi-functional facility. Finally, in 1983, the Historical Society moved the building to Cape Coral's Cultural Park for the establishment of the Museum.

This photo-album was produced by the Cape Coral Historical Society and Museum's staff in collaboration with the Southwest Florida Library Network (SWFLN) in a project funded by the State of Florida's Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grants program. Additional assistance was provided by the Digital Library Center at the University of Florida and the Florida Center for Library Automation.
Cape Coral Historical Society and Museum Collection will also be available as subcollection of the PALMM Florida Heritage Collection.
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