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Col. James Oliver Stephenson of Venice, at 93, may be the oldest West Point graduate in southwest Florida.

Col. James Oliver Stephenson of Venice, at 93, may be the oldest West Point graduate in southwest Florida.

Mary's chapel, Spanish Point Florida by TNBEHAR

Mary's chapel, Spanish Point Florida by TNBEHAR

Father Bill Magill of Venice, Fla. was a “Devil Dog.” He flew a Corsair, F-4U fighter, in the Pacific during World War II before he began working for the Lord.

Father Bill Magill of Venice, Fla. was a “Devil Dog.” He flew a Corsair, F-4U fighter, in the Pacific during World War II before he began working for the Lord.

• 11"X14" • CMYK (4 COLOR) SILKSCREEN • PRINTED ON #100 COUGAR PAPER • OPEN EDITION ART PRINT • STAMPED ON THE BACK • UNFRAMED

• 11"X14" • CMYK (4 COLOR) SILKSCREEN • PRINTED ON #100 COUGAR PAPER • OPEN EDITION ART PRINT • STAMPED ON THE BACK • UNFRAMED

After serving with the 15th Air Force in Italy during the Second World War, Sgt. Samuelson returned to Boca Raton and sunny Florida for the ...

After serving with the 15th Air Force in Italy during the Second World War, Sgt. Samuelson returned to Boca Raton and sunny Florida for the ...

Maj. Norm Mac Lellan of Venice stands with his M-16 rifle in the middle of Highway One leading north out of Saigon after a firefight with t...

Maj. Norm Mac Lellan of Venice stands with his M-16 rifle in the middle of Highway One leading north out of Saigon after a firefight with t...

Haunted Theatres of Southwest Florida by Kim Cool, published by Historic Venice Press (publisher and author in Venice)

Haunted Theatres of Southwest Florida by Kim Cool, published by Historic Venice Press (publisher and author in Venice)

Captain Edward Camden put on his Civil War veteran's uniform and tried to register for the draft on the first day of World War I. April 1917 It doesn't get much better than this.

Captain Edward Camden put on his Civil War veteran's uniform and tried to register for the draft on the first day of World War I. April 1917 It doesn't get much better than this.

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