Florida:
Jacksonville

Jacksonville is situated on the banks of the
St. Johns River in the northeast Florida, 40km south of the Georgia state line and 528km north of Miami.
In 1564 the area was the site of the French colony of Fort Caroline. The town was established there in 1822, after the USA gained Florida from Spain.
It was named after Andrew Jackson, the first governor of Florida and seventh President of the United States.

We visited Jacksonville on October 17, 2016 on our way to see friends in Florida.



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Greenleaf/Jacobs Clock, 1901.
Moved to 208 N Laura Street in 1927.
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208 N Laura Street.
Commercial/Residential Greenleaf Building, 1927.
Wall Mount Light at the Entrance.
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303 N Laura Street; Main Library, 2005.
Wall Mount Light at the Entrance.
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31 W Adams St; The Carlings Apartments, 1925.
Anteroom Pendant.
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128 E Forsyth Street; Florida Theater, 1927.
1/7. Lobby Chandelier.
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2/7. Lobby Pendant Candelabra.
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3/7. Lobby, Wall Mount Candelabra.
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4/7. Lobby Torchiere.
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5/7. Lobby Pendant.
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6/7. Theater Hall, Chandelier.
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7/7. Orchestra, Under the balcony Ceiling Light.
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101 E Adams St; Old Carnegie Library, 1905.
Entrance Stairs, Parapet Light Post.
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118 E Monroe St; 1st Presbyterian Church, 1928.
1/3. Wall Mount Light, Ocean St Entrance.
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2/3. Wall Mount Light, Monroe St Entrance.
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3/3. Wall Mount Light, Synod and Office Entrance.
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424 N Hogan Street.
Old Federal Reserve Building, 1922.
Wall Mount Light at the Entrance
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