Places
Chapel Prayer Card Reunites Friends
When David Black stuck a prayer card in the chapel wall at the last service in the Stephen L. Rusk Memorial Chapel, he didn't expect his old friend John Moore to find it. The card was left in the chapel wall in memory of the many years spent at the ch ... Read more
Places
Postcard Key to Steeple's Past and Future
ABOVE: The Post Chapel at Orlando Air Base, located in tropical garden environs is unique in that it is the only chapel in the entire army that has its steeple on the ground and to the side of the chapel. The chapel is so near the end of an airdrome runwa ... Read more
Places
Stephen L. Rusk Memorial Chapel Steeple Makes News
Community engages as World Ware II chapel steeple is moved from its historic location on the old Army Air Base, Orlando Naval Training Center, to Thornton Park in downtown Orlando. Read The Orlando Sentinel articles detailing John Moore's efforts to re ... Read more
Places
Chapel Transitions to Thornton Park Historic District
John Moore preserves the Stephen L. Rusk Memorial Chapel steeple and cupola from the Orlando Naval Training Center (NTC). Moore outlines the transition of the chapel from the NTC to his home in this oral history interview on May 10, 2012.  In its ... Read more
Places
Army Air Base Chapel Served Generations of Military Families
ABOVE:  The Post Chapel at Orlando Air Base, located in tropical garden environs is unique in that it is the only chapel in the entire army that has its steeple on the ground and to the side of the chapel. The chapel is so near the end of an airdrome ru ... Read more
People
Joseph J. Cangelose, Staff Sergeant at Orlando's Army Air Base
November 3rd, 1997 Orlando Sentinel  obituary article for Joseph J. Cangelose detailing his service to the Orlando community and to our country. Cangelose served as staff sergeant at  Orlando's Army Air Base at Primrose and Robinson Street, worked as ... Read more
Organizations
Orlando Brief - Orlando Chamber of Commerce circa 1939
ABOVE: Photograph looking west on Central Boulevard. The Albertson Public Library is the third large structure on the north side of Central with the Chamber of Commerce Building above it in the photo. Beyond Magnolia, you can see the old red brick court h ... Read more