The original caption for this mid-1960s Collier County News photo puts it into historical context: "PIONEER SETTLERS — The whole face of Naples has changed in the past 25 years and links with the past are fast disappearing. However, these two early residents, both still living, were among the first to help shape the famed Naples image. Mrs. E.C. Crayton arrived in 1917 and Crayton Cove was named after her husband, one of the first real estate developers here. Speed Menefee, right, the city's first mayor, came right after the Spanish-American War and has never left Naples." Crayton and Menefee died within a few weeks of each other in 1968.