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occupation: "meat dealer/butcher", "oil salesman"
a written letter Harry Garrard Jr. 1995
"The family moved to Clearwater Beach, Fla., where they operated the Everingham Pavilion. Images of this business can be found in many tourists postcards from Clearwater, FL. The children went to school at Clearwater High School."
1930 CENSUS Robinson, Crawford, Illinois (enDist 18, sheet 1A, family 14) Chas Everingham 40, b.IL, parents b.IL,... Emily 39, wife, b.IL, parents b.IL,... Chas 14,.. Joseph D. 13,.. Richard L. 9,.. Robert A. 7.
Clearwater Historical Society;
(photo above) An aerial of Clearwater Beach during the 1940's showing Everingham's Pavilion, the focal point of socializing and bathing before Pier 60 displaced it in the 1960's.
The Independent, Friday, June 7, 1935
St. Petersburg Times, June 20, 1950
St. Petersburg Times, Tuesday, July 18, 1950
The Evening Independent, Tuesday, August 15, 1950