See larger Vanderbilt Beach, 1961-62 — This scene of an uncrowded, small-town seaside were made in 1961-21 at Vanderbilt Beach, within the shadows of today's Ritz-Carlton, Naples. Patricia Florestano, who now has a condo in Pelican Bay, remembers that her father, W.L. 'Jack' Sherer, was a salesman at the little realty office/cabin that was smack dab on the beach at the end of Vanderbilt Beach Road, where everybody parked. The office was named Faber Hair Realty, after the owner, a family friend from Washington, D.C. A special land deal was posted daily on a blackboard behind the station wagon.

Vanderbilt Beach, 1961-62 — This scene of an uncrowded, small-town seaside were made in 1961-21 at Vanderbilt Beach, within the shadows of today's Ritz-Carlton, Naples. Patricia Florestano, who now has a condo in Pelican Bay, remembers that her father, W.L. "Jack" Sherer, was a salesman at the little realty office/cabin that was smack dab on the beach at the end of Vanderbilt Beach Road, where everybody parked. The office was named Faber Hair Realty, after the owner, a family friend from Washington, D.C. A special land deal was posted daily on a blackboard behind the station wagon.

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