This is a new version of the site that will display better on screens of all sizes. It will take some time to modify all the pages so that they will display as
well on a phone as on a desktop computer screen.
Since the Silverlight browser add-in is not available on any phone operating system nor on an Android or an Apple tablet, none of the pages that require that will display.
These are mostly in the Photos > Large Maps/Images section.
This site has developed over many years as a repository of some of the things in
which I have been involved: photography, computer programming and genealogy. After
many years of accumulated clutter, I am attempting for the third time since 1999 to give it a more modern
and clean appearance while preserving all of the information that has also been
accumulating. In doing this I also need to retain the old structure underneath
the new appearance so that all of those links to the site now residing in search
engines are not lost.
The old photos here obviously were not taken by me but were from my family collection
or collected from people willing to share their old photos. Some are of the
early days of my hometown of Okeechobee, Florida, and others are of people in the
genealogical material pre 1930. A few of the old photos are from government archives.
The photos taken by me range from the 1960's to the present and are a tiny selection
that I think might be of interest to others of the many thousands I have taken.
Many are of New Orleans when I lived there in the late 1960's and early 1970's and
on subsequent visits back. Others are of the more recent hurricane damage in Florida,
New Orleans and Mississippi.
Most of the material in the genealogy section has been contributed by others and
credit is given to them in that section. In addition to the textual material,
there are also some pre 1930 photographs there.
Similarly the history material is the contribution of others. It deals mainly
with early Florida and west central Florida in particular.
My interest in computer programming is manifested in the Useful Things sections.
The material there is somewhat dated. My most recent interest is in windows 8 apps for which there is a navigation link.
A combination of my interest in photography, history and computer programming resulted
in the Searchable Index to the Burgert Brothers Online Photography Collection of
Tampa Photos that is in the Photo Section. The newest version requires Silverlight, so that will not be available to everyone. Still you may use the original version.