C. J. F. Campbell
|Charles John Frazier Campbell|
|1st Mayor of Melbourne, Florida|
|Preceded by||Office established|
|Succeeded by||R.W. Andrews|
|Resting place||Melbourne Cemetery,
|Spouse(s)||Margaret Louise Punnett|
|Children||John Frazier, and Mona|
In 1916, Campbell bought the Gem Theatre from J.B. Johnston.
Campbell bought the Goode House hotel, and enlarged it to be the Bellevue Hotel. It had a cement pool and a water wheel and pulley carried the guests' luggage to the third floor. In 1920 it was renamed as the Orange Spot Inn, owned by Harry Balsley of Detroit.
- Senior Warden (1921), Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Melbourne, Florida
- Junior Warden (1942), Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Melbourne, Florida
|Mayor of Melbourne, Florida
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