Sniffing Along The Jacksonville Waterfront

Published On: Nov 19 2012 12:35:02 PM EST takes a glimpse into the character of Jacksonville's historic urban waterfront.

During the Summer of 1969, the following editorial by Malcolm Johnson was printed in the Tallahassee Democrat. Mr. Johnson grew up in Jacksonville before moving to Tallahassee in 1937. Fifty years later, it offers us an incredible glimpse into the character of Jacksonville's historic urban waterfront.

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A boast, once, that I could sniff my way blindfolded from one end of the Jacksonville waterfront to the other if they hadn't gone and sterilized it into a comely civic center has come to roost.


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