Henry W. Land served the central Florida area as a successful businessman, county commissioner, WWII veteran, Florida state representative, president of the Orange County Farm Bureau, director of the Plymouth Citrus Growers Association, director of the State Bank of Apopka and the Bank of Central Florida, president of the Central Florida Fair, and founder of the Zellwood Sweet Corn Festival.
This interview was conducted on May 30, 1994 by James R. Spence for the Friends of the Orlando Public Library’s . We are grateful to the Orange County Regional History Center for making this recording available for Orlando Memory.Oral History Program
Henry W. Land Interview Part 1A
Henry W. Land Interview Part 1B
Henry W. Land Part 2
Henry W. Land Interview Part 2A
Henry W. Land Interview Part 2B-1
Henry W. Land Interview Part 2B-2
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