Gálvez discusses many aspects of Tampa, with short descriptions titled Franklin Street, The First National Bank, Electric Streetcars, The City Hall, The Barroom, The Police, The Black Race, The Fruit Stand, Coffins, The Tampa Bay Hotel, Ballast Point, His Majesty the Milkman, Palmetto, The Mailman, The Oxen, and a Baptism in Hillsborough. Scattered among these are several entries referring to the emigrant community: Dr. Rafael Echeverría, My Flag, Benito Aranguren, and The Emigrants.
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