The February 2017 program at the Jacksonville Historical Society, Civil Right Struggles, from the Beach to the Courthouse was held at Old St. Andrews Church, co-sponsored by the Jacksonville Chapter of the Federal Bar Association and the Daniel Webster Perkins Bar Association of Jacksonville. Demonstrations in St. Augustine, led by giants of history such as […]
Tag Archives | Jr.
September 2017 Mayor of Italian town seeks silent film era information from JHS Archives by Taryn Rodriguez-Boette Among the various requests we receive on a daily basis at the historical society, I think this is one of the most unique. It read: Hi, I’m Michele Marino, I am the mayor of a municipality in Basilicata, […]
New JHS President is longtime history advocate Ed Booth, Jr. Newly elected Jacksonville Historical Society President Edward M. Booth Jr., a longtime local history advocate, and a former JHS Vice-President began his term on May 28, 2015. Previously, he lead JHS efforts to save local landmarks through an endangered structures program that garnered considerable media […]