National Geographic : 1930 Jan
Photograph byOrville K.Blake ONCE AN INDIAN VILLAGE, TAMPA TO-DAY, WITH ITS MANY FACTORIES AND OCEAN TRADE, ISCONSPICUOUS INTHE COMMERCIAL LIFE OF THE SOUTH Its water front, fragrant with subtropical smells, berths ships from far and near. Swarthy men unload fruit, tobacco, oil, and other imports. Outward bound, many carry phosphates, turpentine, lumber, and general cargo. Tampa toils, spins, and also profits.