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HISTORIC LEHIGH ACRES
Lee Ranter settled Lehigh Acres in the 1950s after purchasing 18,460 acres of land. The area was originally called Lucky Lee's Ranch
The Lehigh Acres Fire Control District was established in May 1963 with one volunteer fire station. The station housed a single fire engine under a canvas canopy on Homestead Road.
Lehigh Community Services was started by Lehigh Corporation president Harry C. Powell Jr. to share information with people about the Lehigh Acres community and its services
In celebration of the first Lehigh Acres Spring Festival, held in 1975, patrons released hundreds of balloons signaling the start of the week-long celebration.
Pictured is an orderly room at the old Buckingham Army Airfield in Lehigh Acres. The airfield covered about 65,700 acres of land
The Lehigh Acres Fire Control and Rescue District held educational programs. Firefighter John Adgate is pictured in 1987 showing a little girl how to operate a fire hose.
The Lehigh Acres Country Club Motel opened in 1958 with just 10 rooms. Guests could enjoy a dip in the pool, a cocktail at the poolside tiki-bar, or a game of shuffleboard.
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