Saturday, October 25, 2014
 

The Streetcars of Florida's First Coast - New MJ Book!

The Streetcars of Florida's First Coast, Metro Jacksonville's third book, published by Charleston, SC-based History Press is now available for pre-release orders at MJ. Order...
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Abandoned Jacksonville: Coca-Cola Bottling Company

Abandoned Jacksonville: Coca-Cola Bottling Company

When traveling on the forgotten side streets of Jacksonville's older neighborhoods,...

Abandoned Jacksonville: Jones Chambliss Meat Packers

Abandoned Jacksonville: Jones Chambliss Meat Packers

When traveling on the forgotten side streets of Jacksonville's older neighborhoods,...

Abandoned Jacksonville: Atlantic Ale & Beer

Abandoned Jacksonville: Atlantic Ale & Beer

This photo oriented article is dedicated to the industrial heritage of...

ID Magazine: The Yellow Issue

ID Magazine: The Yellow Issue

In fall 1992, City of Expression, the group that published iD Magazine...


Lost Jacksonville: Klutho's Cornices

For nine decades, the Florida Life Building was one of the the many wonders of the street experience...
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NAAS Green Cove Springs: Ruins of Northeast Florida

What do treasure hunting trips, hovercrafts, ferries, space exploration, and vintage rail cars have to...
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Jacksonville in 1928

Rarely seen imagery taken between 1928 and 1929, of Jacksonville's neighborhoods by George W. Simons...
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Orange Park: The First Coast's Overlooked Historic City

When one hears the name "Orange Park," congested Blanding Boulevard and post-WWII suburbia immediately...
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Jacksonville History: The Seminole Hotel

In this guest article, Leif Sodergren of Gothenburg, Sweden shares the memories of Jacksonville's long...
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Big League City! 100 Years of Football in Jacksonville

Big League City! 100 Years of Football in Jacksonville, the new book by Metro Jacksonville member Ken...
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See Jacksonville in 1914! Confederate Reunion Film

In 1914, forty eight thousand people from around the South descended on Jacksonville fifty years after...
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History in Pictures: The Jacksonville Terminal

For decades, it was the gateway to Florida and the largest passenger rail station south of Washington,...
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The Rise and Fall of Jacksonville Beach Amusement Parks

Metro Jacksonville's Kristen Pickrell explores the rise and fall of Jacksonville Beach's amusement parks.
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A History of the Florida Yacht Club

Destroyed in the Great Fire of 1901, the Florida Yacht Club has an interesting history. Today the club...
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GO Magazine, 1989. Jax Indie Newspaper from Springfield

For the closing years of the 1980s, Jacksonville's indie and cultural coverage was provided by Go Magazine,...
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Lost Jacksonville: The Row

The Garden District in New Orleans has St. Charles Avenue, Monument Avenue graces Richmond's Fan District,...
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Creating a Timeline for Downtown

When the locals look back at the "Good Old Days", especially in regards to the nearly mythic state of...
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Jacksonville’s Lost Princess

Jacksonville is home to a lot of history, no doubt. But there is one little tidbit that seems to get...
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Video: How Flagler & Plant Changed Florida

Follow The Crowds: The brief video documentary of how the railroad expansion competition between Henry...
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