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Historic Properties in Jacksonville

October 2016 Old YMCA Building 407-9 N Laura Street Architect: Henry J. Klutho The first Jacksonville’s YMCA was founded in 1870. Thirty-seven years later, in 1907, members commissioned Henry John Klutho to design a seven-story headquarters building. This building marked the beginning of his commitment to an architectural movement that later became known as the […]

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Riverside Baptist Church

In the 1920s, Addison Mizner was the best known and most-discussed architect in America. Perhaps more than any other architect of his day, Addison Cairns Mizner shaped the architectural flavor of South Florida. Although he lacked formal training as an architect, Mizner’s eclectic reinterpretations of Spanish architecture, as showcased in such famous buildings as the […]

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