Category: Historical Vero Beach Photos

Dec 30

In the reception room at Gould Cooksey Fennell there is a photograph entitled, The School on John’s Island 1898. A large number of the people shown in the photograph are members of the Reams and Holland families, which were related. There were also several Barkers. Read More

Apr 23

This is a photo of the  Beachland Casino Tides Cabana/Windswept Hotel in the 1930’s (subsequently the Holiday Inn) on the northeast corner of Sexton Plaza and Ocean Drive.  It is very interesting that the swimming pool on the north side of the building had ocean Read More

Feb 29

This photo displayed at the offices of Gould Cooksey Fennell shows the Vero Beach Courthouse, now known as the Vero Beach Executive Center, as it appeared close to the completion of construction in 1937.  The land was provided by the City of Vero Beachland construction Read More

Sep 1

One of the most commented upon items by visitors to our firm is the collection of old photographs adorning our hallways.  These photographs are almost all local in nature and are part of the collections of B.T. Cooksey and David Carter, both having multi-generational histories in our Read More

Aug 3

This picture, hanging in the GCF Lobby is labeled (Vero Beach) Bank and Trust Company, 1926.  It depicts what was then called the Seminole Building in downtown Vero Beach on the corner of 14th Avenue and 21st Street.  The signs visible include not only the bank’s, but Read More


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