Harry Troeger reads a book in 1999 on a rocking chair made from a couple of old beehives, at his screened-in, pine and coral rock house in South Dade.
Harry Troeger reads a book in 1999 on a rocking chair made from a couple of old beehives, at his screened-in, pine and coral rock house in South Dade. Patrick Farrell Miami Herald File
Harry Troeger reads a book in 1999 on a rocking chair made from a couple of old beehives, at his screened-in, pine and coral rock house in South Dade. Patrick Farrell Miami Herald File

Miami Stories: Old home brought cherised memories

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