The Campbell family home, built by the Koreshans in 1917, still stands in Estero. The family eventually expanded their citrus business to include the Tropical Fruit Products Company, which supplied jams, jellies and other products to famous landmarks including the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City. The fate of the home is in question, however, as development projects could call for its demolition.

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The Campbell family home, built by the Koreshans in 1917, still stands in Estero. The family eventually expanded their citrus business to include the Tropical Fruit Products Company, which supplied jams, jellies and other products to famous landmarks including the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City. The fate of the home is in question, however, as development projects could call for its demolition.

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