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Posted 3 years ago

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wesleyc
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This bottle has Trade Mark Registered Bottle Pat'D Dec 25, 1923. As you see it does not say Daytona Beach Fl, Just Daytona Fla. I also have the one with Daytona Beach on the bottom!

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  1. wesleyc, 3 years ago
    Why does this one only have Daytona Fla.?
  2. cocacolakid97 cocacolakid97, 3 years ago
    Same thing as I have one that says "tampa" and not "tampa bay". There just differant versions of the same city.
  3. wesleyc, 3 years ago
    Henry Flagler purchased the St. John and Halifax River Railway in Daytona and incorporated it in his Florida East Coast Railway in the year 1889. The scenic environs of the place with good accessibility through rail and road, served as a great appeasement for the town's new inhabitants. The famous American, John. D Rockefeller had his winter home 'Casements' built in the pristine surroundings of Daytona. It is a popular attraction in Daytona Beach, even today. In 1926, the three towns of Daytona, Seabreeze and Daytona Beach were merged to form 'Daytona Beach city' leading to the centralization of the administration of this city. This process ensured rapid flow of funds to the area and faster development.
  4. earlycoke earlycoke, 3 years ago
    My answer would be that the local bottler would place several bottle orders over a period of years. I am thinking that it is the same bottler, but one time the paperwork said daytona, and the other time daytona beach. But this is just an educated guess.

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