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The Colonial Inn and Club

Posted by Anza Bast on Sep 1, 2016 9:30:00 AM

The formal opening for the Colonial Inn and Club was held on Washington’s birthday, February 22, 1928. It was built about 1915, as the former residence of J. Wade Tucker, a Georgia lumber baron. He had become successful in business ventures here.  

It was announced that work on a nine-hole golf course was soon to be completed, with another nine holes planned. In addition, club members would enjoy the club house, tennis courts and locker rooms.

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Topics: Osceola County History, The Colonial Inn and Club

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