Vol. 14, no. 1 (February 1987)
Palm Beach’s First Resident, by Mary Collar Linehan. [A. O. Lang]
Shaper of South Florida, by William R. Clark. [Clark dredges]
The Wooden Track Era, by Al Powell. [Fulford Speedway]
Silver Palm: First School in South Dade, by Emily Perry Dieterich [first schools in South Dade]
Vol. 14, no. 2 (May 1987)
A Woman who Did It All, by Rose Richards [Aviatrix Annette Gipson Way]
Miami History in 227 Scrapbooks, by Zannie May Shipley. [the Agnew Welsh Collection]
In 1925 George Fell for Miami and Gussie, by George Wolpert
A Toast to the Happy Couple, by Jean Bradfisch Perry. [punch bowl used at 87 Miami weddings]
Commodore Perry Fights Mosquitoes, Pirates in Key West, by T. W. Black
Vol. 14, no. 3 (August 1987)
Artistry shaped Federal Building, by Susan Hale Freeman. [Miami’s 1933 Federal Courthouse and Post Office]
Guide to Southernmost State, by David Kaufelt. [WPA guide to Florida]
Biltmore Water Baby, by Susan Peterson. [Jackie Ott performances at the Biltmore pool]
Hurricanes through the Years, by Jewel Alderman
Vol. 14, no. 4 (November 1987)
Miss Harris’ School, by Jean Bradfisch.
The Adirondack-Florida School. [Ransom-Everglades School]
A Boom Promotion: Built-in-a-day House, by Emily Perry Dieterich [Aladdin City, in South Dade]
Fifty-Year-Old Play Stirs Memories, by Elizabeth Peeler. [The Women]
The Carpenter Clan Become Florida Pioneers, By Hattie Carpenter
Vol. 15, no. 1 (February 1988)
A Day at the Races, by Everett A. Clay. [Hialeah Park]
The Biltmore Beamed on Miami, by Helen Muir.
An Implacable War Chief, by W. S. Steele. [Halleck Tustenuggee and the Battle of Okeechobee]
Baobab Spreads Out at Fairchild, by Jeanne Bellamy. [Fairchild Tropical Garden]
Vol. 15, no. 2 (May 1988)
An Interview with Sir Launcelot Jones, by Joseph S. Mensch
James Archer Smith: 91 Good Years, by Rose Connett Richards
Life in Miami, as Told by Hattie Carpenter.
A Key Biscayne Resident Reviews Its Earlier Days, by Muriel M. Curtis
Vol. 15, no. 3 (August 1988)
Doc Dammers, Super-salesman, by Emily Perry Dieterich.
Oysters Kept Shuckers Busy, by Mary Linehan. [Lake Worth oyster houses]
Stranahan Recalls Early Lauderdale, by Gale Butler.
From Picnic to Dade Institution, by Congressman Dante B. Fascell. [Labor Day Picnic]
Vol. 15, no. 4 (November 1988)
Lighter then Air Defenses, by J. Gordon Vaeth. [Navy airships]
Boxing Great Suffers Defeat at Sea, by Rose Connett Richards. [Jack Dempsey]
The Little Frenchman, by Helen Spach. [Charles Lejeune]
An Air Hostess Remembers, by Rose Connett Richards.
Florida Historical Society Book Awards, by Zannie Mae Shipley
Beginning with volume 16, Update became South Florida History magazine.