Historical Reports

Florida's History Through Its Places

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Columbia County

107 - Fort White
Fort White FORT WHITE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT E. Dorch at N. Bryant St. 1915-1940. 5 buildings, 3 of historical interest. Masonry Vernacular buildings. High school building has Italianate tower. High school building built in 1915, auditorium in 1936, and elementary classroom buildings in 1938. Public. N.R. 1989.

109 - Lake City
Lake City HORACE DUNCAN HOUSE 202 W. Duval St. 1907. Queen Anne. 2 and a half stories. Hipped roof, 3 cross gables. House clad in stucco and brick. Associated with the development of Lake City's residential area during the late 19th century, when the area was one of the most important in Florida. Private. N.R. 1993.

112 - Lake City
Lake City LAKE ISABELLA HISTORIC RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT 1866-1940. 183 buildings, 146 of historical interest. Primarily Frame Vernacular buildings, but a number of Classical Revival, Victorian, Craftsman, and Bungalow style. Private. N.R. 1993.

108 - Lake City
Lake City COLUMBIA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 528 W. Duval St. 1921, 1926. Masonry Vernacular with some Italianate elements. 2 stories. Was of major importance to the education of white high school students for many years. Served later as a junior high school, but was closed in 1989. Public. N.R. 1993.

111 - Lake City
Lake City HOTEL BLANCHE (The Blanche). 212 N. Marion St. 1902. Masonry Eclectic. Frank Pierce Milburn, architect. Main facade has three bays. Building occupies a city block. For years Lake City's major hotel and its primary social facility. Presently hotel not in use. Private. N.R. 1990.

110 - Lake City
Lake City T. G. HENDERSON HOUSE 207 S. Marion St. 1894. Queen Anne. George W. Barber, architect. 2 and a half stories, frame, complex grouping of porch, balconies, and a hexagonal turret. Much exterior ornamentation. One of the area's finest Victorian-style residences. Private. N.R. 1973.

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