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San Jose Estates Thematic Resource Area

The following buildings in Jacksonville, Florida were added to the National Register of Historic Places as part of a Multiple Property Submission under the name San Jose Estates Thematic Resource Area.

                                               

Village Store

The Village Store is a historic site in Jacksonville, Florida. It is located at 4216, 4212, and 4208 Oxford Avenue, and 2906 and 2902 Corinthian Avenue. On September 29, 1988, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

                                               

Young Mens Hebrew Association (Jacksonville)

The Young Mens Hebrew Association is a historic site in Jacksonville, Florida, United States. It is located at 712 West Duval Street. On October 29, 1992, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.Young Mens Hebrew Association ...

                                               

History of Jacksonville, Florida

The city of Jacksonville, Florida began to grow in the late 18th century as Cow Ford, settled by British colonists. Its major development occurred in the late nineteenth century, when it became a winter vacation destination for tourists from the ...

                                               

Bayard (Jacksonville)

Bayard is a historical community of Duval County, Jacksonville, Florida, US. Originally platted in 1884, the community was a busy stopping point for tourists and industry through the early part of the 20th century. In the early 2000s, the City of ...

                                               

Church of Our Saviour (Jacksonville)

The Church of Our Saviour is an Episcopal church in the Mandarin area of Jacksonville, Florida, U.S. It is located on the St. Johns River at 12236 Mandarin Road. The congregation was founded in 1880 by a group Episcopalians, Church of England mem ...

                                               

Ortega (Jacksonville)

Ortega is a neighborhood of Jacksonville, Florida, US. It is located south of downtown Jacksonville on a peninsula off the western bank of the St. Johns River. It is one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in Jacksonville, and is the location of many ...

                                               

San Marco (Jacksonville)

San Marco is a neighborhood of Jacksonville, Florida, south of downtown across the St. Johns River. The neighborhood was formerly the independent city of South Jacksonville until it was annexed by Jacksonville in 1932. The neighborhood is primari ...

                                               

125th Fighter Wing

The 125th Fighter Wing is a unit of the Florida Air National Guard, stationed at Jacksonville Air National Guard Base, Florida. If activated to federal service with the United States Air Force, the 125 FW is gained by the Air Combat Command.

                                               

Blount Island Command

Blount Island Command is responsible for the United States Marine Corps Maritime Prepositioning Ships Maintenance Cycle operations and oversight of the Marine Corps Prepositioning Program-Norway. It is located on the east side of Blount Island.

                                               

Bartram Springs, Florida

Bartram Springs is a master-planned residential community located in Jacksonville, Florida. It resides on the Duval County and St. Johns County line. Bartram Springs has a junior sized pool and a childrens pool with a waterslide. Homeowners also ...

                                               

Garden City, Florida

                                               

Jacksonville Beaches

The Jacksonville Beaches, known locally as The Beaches ", are a group of towns and communities on the northern half of an unnamed barrier island, nicknamed San Pablo Island, on the US state of Floridas First Coast, all of which are excluded citie ...

                                               

Tallulah-North Shore

Tallulah-North Shore, or simply North Shore, is a neighborhood of Jacksonville, Florida located in the Northside area. First platted in 1879, the primarily residential area was annexed by Jacksonville in 1925. The Trout River, a tributary of the ...

                                               

Arlington, Jacksonville

                                               

Northside, Jacksonville

                                               

Southside, Jacksonville

                                               

Westside, Jacksonville

                                               

Delores Weaver

                                               

Helen Tracy

Helen Tracy was an American stage and silent film actress. Originally began a career on the stage in the 1870s. Began in pictures around 1916 and did only a few features. She was the mother of Virginia Tracy through a relationship with actor John ...

                                               

Austin Springs, Washington County, Tennessee

A post office called Austins Springs was established in 1875, and remained in operation until it was discontinued in 1900. The community was named for one or both of the Austin brothers who started a hotel at the site of a mineral spa.

                                               

Midway, Washington County, Tennessee

Midway is an unincorporated community and former census-designated place in Washington County, Tennessee, United States. The population was 2.491 at the 2000 census; it was not counted at the 2010 census. It is part of the Johnson City Metropolit ...

                                               

Frierson House

The Frierson House is a historic house at 1112 South Main Street in Jonesboro, Arkansas. It is a two-story wood frame structure, with a hip roof pierced by gabled dormers. The main facade is covered by a two-story porch with Ionic columns, with a ...

                                               

Ridgefield Christian School

Ridgefield Christian School is a private, non-denominational Christian school in Jonesboro, Arkansas, United States. The school provides Christ-centered education to more than 165 students in prekindergarten through grade 12.

                                               

Blood Brothers Auto & Machine Company

                                               

Borroughs

The Borroughs Corporation is an American manufacturer of shelving and office fixtures. The corporate headquarters is in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Borroughs was established in 1938 under the name Probar Company. The company began as a contract fabricat ...

                                               

Neighborhoods of Kalamazoo, Michigan

The city of Kalamazoo, Michigan consists of multiple neighborhoods. While the number, borders, and naming of neighborhoods can vary by source, the list below gives the most widely agreed upon arrangement, as defined by the City of Kalamazoo. Many ...

                                               

Vine Neighborhood, Kalamazoo

The Vine Neighborhood is a neighborhood in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA. Its boundaries are West Lovell Street to the north, Oakland Drive to the west, Crosstown Parkway to the south, and South Burdick Street to the east.

                                               

History of Kent, Ohio

The area now occupied by the city of Kent, Ohio, was previously inhabited by various Native American tribes until the 19th century. Though no record of any settlement exists, the area was located along several known trails. In 1798 it was sold to ...

                                               

West Main Street District (Kent, Ohio)

The West Main Street District is a historic district in Kent, Ohio, United States, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The district encompasses 25 buildings, most of which are houses, on both sides of West Main Street from its int ...

                                               

Schools in Lawrence, Kansas

                                               

Clays Ferry Bridge

The Clays Ferry Bridge is a combination of three former bridges combined into one bridge. It carries Interstate 75 along with US 25 and US 421 across the Kentucky River between Madison and Fayette counties.

                                               

Lexington Transit Center

The Lexington Transit Center is a two-story public transportation facility utilized by Lextran and other regional transit services with a five-story underground parking garage along East Vine Street and East High Street east of South Limestone in ...

                                               

Triangle Center

The Triangle Center is primarily an office complex with several restaurants and a coffee shop in downtown Lexington, Kentucky. Originally envisioned as a shopping and dining complex bound by Broadway, East Main and South Mill Streets, it was cons ...

                                               

Commercial buildings in Lexington, Kentucky

                                               

Office buildings in Lexington, Kentucky

                                               

History of Lexington, Kentucky

                                               

Physicians from Lexington, Kentucky

                                               

Kentucky Route 50

                                               

U.S. Route 68 in Kentucky

U.S. Route 68 is a United States highway that runs for 560 miles from northwest Ohio to Western Kentucky. The highways western terminus is at US 62 in Reidland, Kentucky. Its present northern terminus is at Interstate 75 in Findlay, Ohio, though ...

                                               

U.S. Route 68 in Kentucky

                                               

Interstate 75 in Kentucky

Interstate 75 runs from near Williamsburg to Covington by way of Lexington in the U.S. state of Kentucky. I-75 enters the Cumberland Plateau region from Tennessee, then descends into the Bluegrass region through the Pottsville Escarpment before c ...

                                               

Kentucky Route 50

U.S. Route 421 in the U.S. state of Kentucky is a 250.536-mile-long north–south United States highway that traverses twelve counties in the central and eastern parts of the state. It travels in a southeast-to-northwest path from the Virginia stat ...

                                               

Kentucky Route 859

Kentucky Route 859 is a 3.184-mile-long, rural, secondary state highway located entirely in Fayette County in east-central Kentucky. It is locally known as Haley Road, and mainly traverses the eastern portions of the county.

                                               

Kentucky Route 1425

                                               

Kentucky Route 1683

Kentucky Route 1683 was a former state highway that ran from Clays Mill Road to US 27 in Lexington, Kentucky. Its former routing was from the entrance of Jessie M. Clark Middle School and followed along what is now Vincent Way to West Reynolds Ro ...

                                               

Kentucky Route 1723

The southern terminus of the route was at U.S. Route 60 Versailles Road. The northern terminus was at U.S. Route 421 West Main Street. KY 1723 was named South Forbes Road for its entire length.

                                               

Kentucky Route 1928

Kentucky Route 1928 was a state highway in the city of Lexington in Fayette County, Kentucky. The highway ran 0.170 miles along Jefferson Street from U.S. Route 60 east to US 25 and US 421.

                                               

Kentucky Route 1968

Kentucky Route 1968, known locally as Parkers Mill Road, is a secondary state highway located entirely in western Fayette County in East Central Kentucky. The 2.242 miles mainly traverses the western suburbs of Lexington.

                                               

Kentucky Route 1973

Kentucky Route 1973 is a 33.886-mile-long north–south secondary state highway located in Fayette and Scott counties in east-central Kentucky. It traverses the eastern and northern suburbs of Lexington and southern Scott County.

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