A Different Era: Downtown Jacksonville
Metro Jacksonville shares sights and scenes of downtown Jacksonville taken during the early 20th century.
Published September 2, 2013 in Jacksonville History - MetroJacksonville.com
1. Bay Street, looking west towards Main Street. The six-story Dyal-Upchurch building can be seen on the left.
2. Main Street, looking north towards Springfield, between Confederate and Waterworks Parks.
3. The U.S. Post Office building at the intersection of Forsyth and Hogan Streets.
4. Forsyth at Laura Street. The Mercantile Exchange Bank eventually was expanded and is now known as the Laura Trio's Marble Bank.
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