20 YEARS AGO
Al Roberge, Duval Street store owner, was installed as president of the Key West Business Guild at a luncheon at the Rooftop Café.
The Zagat Survey of South Florida restaurants named the Buttery at, 1208 Simonton St., the best restaurant in Key West.
Unit 306 at Harbour Place, in Truman Annex, sold for a reported $35,000.
50 YEARS AGO
Wilhelmina Harvey wanted Key West to begin long-range planning for a Poinciana Festival to be held the next year when the trees were in bloom.
Mitchell Wolfson and other native Key Westers were visiting the city as part of "Old Conch Day." Channel 4 Miami televised the event.
John C. McMahon celebrated his first birthday with his photograph in the Key West Citizen.
Carl Weekley was elected chief squire of Circle 1438 Columbian Squires.
100 YEARS AGO
Institute Business College, A.W. Mohn principal, was on United Street near White Street.