Florida's History Through Its Places
Live Oak BISHOP B. BLACKWELL HOUSE 110 Parshley St. 1886. Eclectic. 2 stories, brick, front portico, 1-story wing. Home of B.B. Blackwell, a politician, attorney, financier, and utilities company owner. It is one of the oldest houses in Live Oak and the only one of its time with a brick exterior. Private. N.R. 1985.
Live Oak UNION DEPOT AND ATLANTIC COAST LINE FREIGHT STATION 200 block of N. Ohio Ave. 1903 and 1909. Masonry Vernacular with Romanesque Revival elements. 1 and a half stories, brick. Structures are associated with growth brought about by railroad development. Public. N.R. 1986.