Coral Gables historic preservationists with a landmark street light and newly erected historical marker. From left: Jane Maranos, Mary Anne Danguillecourt, Sallye Jude, Dolly MacIntyre, Barbara Tellam Gilbert and Karelia Martinez Carbonell.
Coral Gables historic preservationists with a landmark street light and newly erected historical marker. From left: Jane Maranos, Mary Anne Danguillecourt, Sallye Jude, Dolly MacIntyre, Barbara Tellam Gilbert and Karelia Martinez Carbonell. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Coral Gables historic preservationists with a landmark street light and newly erected historical marker. From left: Jane Maranos, Mary Anne Danguillecourt, Sallye Jude, Dolly MacIntyre, Barbara Tellam Gilbert and Karelia Martinez Carbonell. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

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