Fort Myers, FL. The Caloosahatchee Manuscripts are two lighted sculptures by Jim Sanborn outside The Sidney and Berne Davis Art Center downtown. One features Seminole language, telling the story of the Native American settlement of Southwest Florida. The other lists the genera of native Florida plants collected by Thomas Edison around 100 years ago while searching for a local source of latex for manufacturing. No one needs to know the stories, however. For like other meaningful forms of public art, they affect nearly every passerby - child and adult, tourist and local - with a sense of appreciation within the moment.