Sebring’s 90-year-old historic Harder Hall, on Golfview Drive, stands as a silent testimony to the throngs of land speculators and tourists who poured into the state during the Florida land boom of the 1920s. Massive publicity from Florida sent to northern markets offered cheap Florida land, thus causing a rush of buyers to Florida.
In 1925, Sebring was a very young town and very small town when Vincent Hall and Lewis F. Harder, both from West Palm Beach, and local realtor George Kline, decided to build a hotel.
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