I eventually connected with Ms. LaVances and she was a MAJOR help, rattling off the names of other people who worked at the Dolphin, including a fellow teenager who would eventually become her husband. She told me about people who played regularly at the Dolphin and some of the leaders who advocated for the opening of St. Andrew Beach. I was able to corroborate her stories through the archives of Black publications such as Atlanta Daily World. Looking at the old articles and learning about this time in history brought me sooo much joy. Unfortunately, though, a lot of the people Ms. LaVances mentioned and the people I came across in press clippings, proved harder to reach. Many of them have died. To tell this story, I had to rely heavily on newspaper archives and previous work done by Jekyll Island Museum and the Georgia African American Historic Preservation Network. It was a worthwhile reminder of how important archival work is.