VOLUMES IN THE LOCAL HISTORY SERIES OF THE KELLERSBURGER FUND OF THE
SOUTH BREVARD HISTORICAL SOCIETY, INC.
The publications listed below are published by the Kellersberger Fund of the South Brevard Historical Society. They are available for purchase at the Society meetings. Contact the KELLERSBURGER FUND at P. O. Box 1064, Melbourne, FL 32902-1064 for more information.
MOSQUITO SOUP by Weona Cleveland 2013 $20.00. Many Brevardians know Ms. Cleveland through her articles published in the Melbourne Times and later in the Florida Today newspaper. She conducted numerous interviews with long-time residents and has preserved Brevard's history through their voices.
ROOTED IN FLORIDA SOILby Julia Lake Kellersberger 1971 $1.50. After Dr. and Mrs Kellersberger, missionaries to Africa "retired" to South Melbourne Beach, Mrs Kellersberger wrote down stories combining their life and friends and the history of the surrounding area in her immitabel way. Millions knew and loved the author as "Mama Kuku."
TALES OF OLD BREVARDby Georgiana Kjeruiff 1972 $7.95 Mrs, Kjeruiff interviewed dozens of old time residents and wove their stories into a comprehensive and delightful chronicle of life in early Melbourne. Many old photographs and maps included. Indexed.
HISTORIC FLORIDA: A CLOSER LOOK AT THE PHOTOGRAPHS OF A CENTURY AGO IN THREE DIMENSIONAL REALISM by Clement Slade. 1982 $6.95 Over 200 stereoscopic photos from his collection are used by Mr. Slade to illustrate D. Webster Dixon's 1875-6 account of his visit to Florida (Jacksonville and down the St. Johns River). The stereoscopic viewer provided enables readers to see the photos in 3-D realism. Includes maps and index.
TROUBLED PARADISE – MELBOURNE VILLIAGE, FLORIDA by Georgiana Kjeruiff 1987 $8.95 Most of those involved in the establishment and early decades or the intentional community were friends of Mrs, Kjeruiff and many of those still able aided her in preparing this lively chronicle of life and politics and people in Melbourne Village. Many old photographs and maps, pen and ink sketches of Village wildlife. Indexed.
PINEAPPLES ARE NEVER BLACK OR WHITE - 1977 by Harry C. Goode Sr. $16.95 In 1894, five young men from Melbourne, Florida set forth in their sailing schooner for the Isle of Pines to get pineapple slips. Descriptions of the land and sea, what they ate, and how they got it and how they survived the hazards of the trip paint life on the Florida frontier. Indexed.