Mid-Century Modern Architecture, Wayne Wood Posted on : September 19, 2014Category : Buildings & Landmarks Tweet Embed Code Report this videoViolent or repulsive contentHateful or abusive contentHarmful dangerous actsSpam or misleadingChild abuseSexual content Harry Reagan interviews author/historian Dr. Wayne Wood about significant Jacksonville architecture from the 1950s and 1960s. Related VideosNAS 75th AnniversaryUSS Adams Ship MuseumRitz Theatre and MuseumMandarin Museum and Historical..Ritz Theatre & MuseumHemming Park HistoryHenry John Klutho, the great J..Taylor Hardwick interviewPat Patillo InterviewSaving the Klutho Apartments180 Years of Courthouses of Du..History of the Greater Jackson..Historic Site Marker ProjectBartram TrailSt. James Building - Memories ..Fort Caroline and the Timuquan..Jacksonville Fire MuseumHistory of the Jacksonville Zo..History of the Jacksonville Zo..Old St Lukes Hospital - 2011Old St Lukes Hospital PurchaseHistoric LighthousesMaritime Heritage MuseumNorman Studios - Silent Film M..Jean Ribault Mural by Lee Adam..Endangered Buildings - 2012Courthouse History of Duval Co..Mid-Century Modern Architectur..100 Years of Architecture--MOS..Old St Lukes Maarten van de Guchte intervie..Preservation Success StoriesJacksonville's Endangered Land..The Jacksonville Zoo's 100th a..Endangered Buildings 2013 Sub-Tropical Exposition of 1888 180 Years of Courthouses of Duval County No comments yet. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Email (will not be published) (required) Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.