ChronoPoints | Cocoa Beach Mayor Robert Murkshe
ChronoPoints is an initiative at the University of Central Florida’s Institute for Simulation and Training dedicated to digitally documenting historically significant mid-century structures and artifacts. Our mission is to record a “life history” through the capture of digital data and by contextualizing it through contemporaneous photographs, documents, and oral histories of individuals associated with the artifact or building.
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Cocoa Beach Mayor Robert Murkshe

Cocoa Beach Mayor Robert Murkshe

Cocoa Beach Mayor Robert Murkshe
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Call for assistance!   Robert P. Murkshe served as Cocoa Beach Mayor from 1963 to 1972, a period when the community grew significantly in population, physical size, and international notoriety.  ChronoPoints is currently digitizing a number of photographs pertaining to Mayor Murkshe from the collections of the Florida Historical Society and will be providing a gallery here on our site.  If you have any photographs or political memorabilia of Mayor Murkshe please consider allowing us the opportunity to digitize these materials.

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