Jacksonville Historical Society announced its 2019 Endangered Historic Properties Report at a press conference and Lunch-n-Learn June 14, 2019 at the 1888 Old St. Andrews. Thank you to our 2019 Historic Sites Committee and guest speakers who joined us for the Lunch-n-Learn. The 2019 Endangered Historic Properties Report can be viewed here.
WE REGRET THAT THIS EVENT HAS REACHED CAPACITY. We cannot accept any additional reservations. Please join us for one of our upcoming events. Mitch Hemann, musician, singer-songwriter and JHS Archivist will unleash his vocal cords and creativity to pay tribute to the legacy of blues in Northeast Florida. From field hollers to the birth of […]
When: Tuesday, May 21, 2019 6:00pm Reception 6:30pm JHS Annual Meeting and Announcements 6:45pm 2019 Endangered Properties Report 7:00pm Jacksonville: Florida’s Tourist Mecca and Its Grand Hotels: 1869 to 1926 Where: St. John’s Cathedral, Taliaferro Hall, 256 E. Church Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202 Well-known historian, civic advocate and JHS board member, Dr. Wayne Wood, will take […]
Channel your inner volunteer with JHS! Meet staff & volunteers, get a tour of our historical properties and information on volunteer opportunities. Our goal is to match your skills and interests with JHS projects. Lunch will be provided. SIGN UP AT EVENTBRITE. Volunteer opportunities are available in traditional archival services, office administration, membership administration, event […]
On February 25, 2019, Brittany Cohill, of the Beaches Museum, will share the history of Manhattan Beach with us. The memory of Florida’s first African American beach resort in the segregated South is eroding with time. With no visible evidence remaining of a once-vibrant coastal retreat, “Recovering Manhattan Beach” uses archival sources, oral histories, and […]