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  • Edison-Ford Winter EstatesEdison Park entrance to Edison/Ford winter estates Fort Myers, Florida
    The Edison and Ford winter estates include a museum and 17 acres of land with botanical garden next to each other by the Caloosahatchee River in Fort Myers, Florida. Thomas Alva Edison came to Florida in 1885, and bought his property so that he could build a vacation home that would be warmer than his Chicago area winters. His house was completed in 1887, and called "Seminole Lodge" became his winter retreat and place of relaxation until his passing in 1931. His close friend, Henry Ford, came here to visit him and bought the estate next door, called the "Mangoes" from Robert Smith of New York in 1916, and the craftsman type of bungalow was constructed by Smith in 1911. In 1947, Mina Edison would donate the estate to the city in memory of her late husband in hopes of their opening it for the enjoyment of the public. Tours started in 1950, and in 1988, the Ford estate was bought and opened for tours in 1990. Edison's estate would be added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991, and Ford's in 1988.

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  • Edison ParkBanyon Tree Edison Park Fort Myers, Florida
    Edison Park is located in Fort Myers, Florida, and is considered one of the finest historical neighborhoods in the city or for that matter, south Florida. Many housing divisions or sub-divisions were built in just a few months or even a year, but this marvelous area took almost half a century to develop and evolve into the stately park it has become. There have been good times and bad, hurricanes and thunderstorms that would light up the night like it was day, and contains only 157 homes, many of which are still for sale today, most probably because of the terrible economic times of the state and nation. There are some multi-families, a few businesses, and numerous homes that have undergone some 60 years of various architectural changes. The first homes to be constructed were done in the Mediterranean style, finished in 1926 and numbering just five. It was about this time that Edison's magnificent fountain entrance was finished on the historical McGregor Boulevard, with tall palm trees that had been planted under the direction of Thomas Edison in 1910.

August 11, 2012