Haydon Burns Public Library, Jacksonville, Florida: a preservation case study

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The Haydon Burns Public Library, Jacksonville, Florida:

A Preservation Case Study
Matthew C. Mariner
Fall 2009
Preservation Technology: Conserving Modern Buildings
Morris Hylton III, Professor
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Building Summary




Situated in the heart of downtown Jacksonville, Florida, Taylor Hardwick's Haydon




Burns Public Library (Fig. 1) is an edifice of color, range, and civility. Built in 1965 at




the tail end of Jacksonville's so-called "Decade of Progress", the Library was intended as




a modem civic building, an attempt to recapture the public's attention and instill pride




and confidence. It might be argued that most civic buildings are dressed with such




intentions, but the Haydon Bums was less about intimidation and more about inclusion.




The Library was one of the first buildings in Jacksonville to incorporate into its design a




major work of public art, which, incidentally, doubled as a practicality. Also, it was the




fruit of a modern collaborative effort between Hardwick's design team and renowned




library design consultant John Hall Jacobs. This led to many innovative building features




and systems, including calculated square footage based on space needed per patron,




passive cooling, deliberate space-user assignation, and many others.




The Haydon Bums replaced the aged Carnegie Library (Fig. 2), a stately but




wholly ineffective library building designed by Henry Klutho in 1905. The new Library




could not have been any more different from its 21,000-square-foot, neoclassical




predecessor: the Haydon Bums is a 122,000-square-foot concrete-frame block adomed




with hundreds of thousands of rectangular glass tiles and 88 two-story, pre-cast concrete




fins. While not a strict adherent to any particular subsidiary of Modernism, the Haydon




Burns is a Mid-Century temple of modern layout, innovation, and proportion. It serves as




an eye-catching work of public art, and was once an efficient and effective library.
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Historical Context




Jacksonville's first free public library was built using funds donated by steel magnate




Andrew Carnegie. While funded by and named after the great industrialist, the Library




was designed by Prairie School pupil Henry John Klutho, who designed many




Jacksonville structures after the Great Fire of 1901. The Camegie served Jacksonville-




proper's denizens for 60 years. By the 1950s, Klutho's Camegie was grossly inefficient,




attempting to serve a population of well over 150,000 when it was designed to serve less




than 30,000. This was due less to the design and more to the unprecedented growth




period in which Jacksonville found itself between 1950 and 1965. While this growth




nullified the usefulness of the Carnegie Library, it allowed the city's handlers to generate




revenue necessary to develop their civic infrastmcture^




In 1953, the Florida State Legislature wrote and passed the Regional Home Office




Law, a law that would provide attractive tax benefits to national or regional corporations




relocating their home or local offices to Jacksonville. This drew to Jacksonville such




companies as Blue Cross & Blue Shield, Prudential, and a litany of other insurance




companies. The presence of these companies helped create jobs and spur financial




growth. Over the next ten years, Jacksonville would be thrust into its so-called Decade of




Progress, a period of municipal enhancement intended to bring about social and




architectural change.




In 1958, with confidence in city leaders at its peak. Mayor Haydon Burns was




able to secure enough support to levy new taxes in the form of a $30 million bond. From




this bond a new city hall, courthouse, coliseum, civic auditorium, and massive sewage




treatment plant were constmcted. By 1962 the Decade of Progress had been given a cap




^ City of Jacksonville Landmark Nomination Sheet





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in the form of a $7.65 million bond intended to fund construction of a marina, parking

lots, and, finally, a new library facility. The inspiration for the constmction of a new

library stemmed from a 1957 library Board of Trustees study, wherein the services of the

nationally-known library consultant, John Hall Jacobs were employed. Jacobs came to

the conclusion that the Carnegie facility was grossly inadequate. In addition to his

evaluation of the existing facility, Jacobs was asked to provide suggestions on where to

build a new facility, and to what extent. Using American Library Association standards

as his guide, Jacobs suggested that to adequately serve its patronage, a library must

provide approximately .45 square feet per user; based on Jacksonville's burgeoning

population of nearly 230,000 individuals, such a recommendation would necessitate a

library with at least 101,000 square feet. What's more is at least 1/4 to 1/3 of that square-

footage needed to be on the ground floor, a concept that may have been suggested as a

means of increasing accessibility and democratizing the library's resources .

Initially the Haydon Burns was a success, but over time, as the population of

Jacksonville grew (outward) and the constant need to acquire new items and

contemporize became too much of a burden, the Library was forced into retirement. In

September of 2004 the Library checked out its last book and was closed the next

morning. The responsibilities of the Jacksonville Public Library system's main library

fell to the newly constructed main library just a few blocks away from the Haydon Burns.

This new library (Fig. 3), designed by Robert A.M. Stem and associates, is a massive,

300,000-square-foot temple to technological and architectural innovation much like its

predecessor, which remains vacant but relatively unscathed .



^ City of Jacksonville Landmark Nomination Sheet
^ RAMSA website


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Significance: Architectural/Conceptual/Civil




The Haydon Bums' strongest case for significance comes from its singular design and




innovative concept. Taylor Hardwick's design is a mixture of the practical and the




purposefully applied. The concept, which Hardwick helped implement, can be attributed




in no small way to John Hall Jacobs, the aforementioned library design consultant, whose




contributions were not to the structure, but use-of-space and execution of efficiency two




things lacking in a majority of the country's older facilities designed before WWII.




To put it compactly, the Haydon Burns Library was (and to some extent still is) a




singular contribution to the scope of Mid-Century Modemism that successfully integrated




the practical needs of a municipal library and the socio-aesthetic needs of a city's




denizens. The Library is not all that dissimilar from the "Miesian Box" described by




noted architectural historians James Massey and Shirley Maxwell; it is, in essence, a




large, squat box with an open interior and honesty in constmction"*. The similarities end




there, however, as Hardwick's design strives for recognition as a humanizing force, one




that is modem (Modem) but also humanistic and acceptable to the users.




The interior spaces are uncluttered with walls and the only obstmctions to air and




movement are the odd concrete column and glass partitions (Fig. 4). Hardwick designed




the Library to be as open as possible, with glazing at street level as if to catch passersby




with the tease of the Library's wares (Fig. 5). Another significant design innovation was




the inclusion of a sort of air-lock, a patron-staff interaction zone separated from the main




section of the library. The benefit of such a system is the reduction of din, as it secludes




the louder, busier aspects of the library. The second floor of the building is an exposed,




H-shaped plane, visible through glass panels to those on the first floor. The side of the H,




"* City of Jacksonville Landmark Nomination Sheet





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from south to north, served as the Children's department and quiet research areas,




respectively; the center of the H was a bridge between.




The Haydon Bums is a three-story edifice with two basement floors nestled into




the mild, downward north-to-south grade. The exterior is a stunning array of color and




form: stretching across two stories a series of pre-cast concrete fins clings to the skin,




which is predominantly three-inch thick pre-cast concrete paneling (Fig. 6). These fins do




provide visual appeal but are mostly a practical measure. Due to the relative thinness of




the building's skin, these fins help to stabilize and protect the exterior from high winds,




as well as create air turbulence which, in turn, cools the interior. These fins are applied




around the surface of the Library's exterior, the space between them filled with different




surfaces and materials depending on the elevation.




The southem elevation is merely a semi-self-sustaining wall (Fig. 7), connected to




the frame of the building via concrete beams. Between the fins on this exposure, are




metal sunscreens (Fig. 8), which limit the amount of direct sunlight to the top two floors




The first floor on the southem elevation, which sits atop earth kept in by a street-level




masonry retaining wall, is kept shaded and cool by virtue of the fa9ade wall's size and




distance from the main building (Fig. 9). The east and west elevations are windowless,




while the northem exposure is fenestrated (Fig. 10).




Most free spaces on the exterior, including those on exposed stmctural concrete




piers, are covered in thousands of 1-inch by y2-inch glass tiles. The tiles, which appear to




have been glued to some surfaces and cemented to others, come in four distinct colors:




jade, blue, yellow, and a dark green, all of which are speckled with white flecks and
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ribbed. The tiles are arranged in a random fashion, the result of which gives a pixilated




quality to the exterior of the building (Figs. 10 12).




Hardwick saw fit to design a library that, if need be, could be expanded




vertically. Hardwick's design allowed for future addition of a fourth floor, one which,




with understanding of library dynamics in mind, would have been a necessity. To




accommodate this potentiality, Hardwick designed the third floor to hold administrative




offices set around a small open-air garden; the walls of the offices could easily be taken




down and the garden stripped to accommodate the new interior. In addition, Hardwick




made certain to extend the elevator and fire stair atrium to the roof, allowing for this




potential fourth floor to be built with transportation access ready (Figs. 13, 14).




The transportation atrium is, in itself, a factor if significance. From the roof access




to the basements the entire tube is clad in glazed brick, a fireproof material which is still




within code today. At street level on the east elevation the exterior of the fire stairs and




elevator is exposed, the bricks comprising it dyed and patterned into a magnificent work




of public art. Ann Holloway Williams, a Jacksonville artist, was commissioned by the




city to design what was the first significant integration of art into a civic building in




Jacksonville. What amounts to a mural with a specific stmctural purpose (fireproof




transportation tube) is composed of 13,000 glazed bricks in 22 distinct colors (Figs. 15,




16). Holloway entitled the mural "Momentum and Direction" and has admitted that its




abstract forms symbolize man's pursuit of knowledge, and the many paths he can blaze to




achieve it^.
^ City of Jacksonville Landmark Nomination Sheet
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Significance (Architect)




Taylor Hardwick's career, like those of many American architects during the 1950s and




60s, was home of necessity and optimism. Hardwick himself was commissioned by the




City of Jacksonville for several large-scale projects, including the Haydon Bums and the




much-publicized Friendship Park and Fountain (Fig. 17). The latter has been altered




significantly over the years and only the fountain and its immediate area remain. Both




projects were key components of Mayor Haydon Bums' initiatives to revitalize the city




during the Decade of Progress. Most vestiges of this period have either been demolished




to make way for something newer, or heavily altered. Hardwick's library, however, had




somehow escaped alteration and demolition over the years and is now recognized as




Jacksonville City Landmark. Architecturally solid in concept, the Haydon Bums's status




as a landmark may also be by virtue of it being the sole (untouched) survivor of the




Decade of Progress.




Hardwick's mark can be seen as far south as Gainesville, Florida, where he helmed the




design for Little Hall at the University of Florida. Much of his local recognition stems




from somewhat kitschy roots, as he designed the famous Skinner's Dairy stores of




Jacksonville. Of the 21 Skinner's Dairies built, most are still extant, though they have




been adapted for uses ranging from gas stations to car washes (Fig. 18).









Obsolescence




As is the case with many library buildings, the Haydon Burns was stamped with an




expiration date range; that is, all libraries have life-spans. Libraries, by their very nature,




are self-consuming, insofar as the collection managers must continually acquire new
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materials while retaining the old. This stratification of materials eventually exceeds the




capacity of the library and much of the collection must be moved off-site. This dispersal




can make it difficult for patrons to access desired materials in a timely manner, a mood




which contributes to the inevitable downfall of the facilities. Moreover, information




media are continually evolving and, as fate would have it, the Haydon Burns was built at




the cusp of the most significantand explosivetrend in this evolution. It is perhaps




cliche to blame computers or the Intemet for the downfall of the traditional library, but in




this case it is accurate. The Haydon Bums was equipped in many ways for physical




expansion (i.e. accommodations for added stories) but could not foresee the coming




torrent of data retrieval technologies. In order to accommodate the wiring required for




Intemet connectivity and the space needed for dozens of computer workstations and




access points, the Haydon Burns would have to have been painstakingly retrofitted, a task




rarely worth the effort*".




Aside from its functional obsolescence, the Haydon Bums fell prey to the symptoms of




Urban Decay. So few people live in downtown Jacksonville, and fewer still are usually




willing to drive several miles from Jacksonville's immense, interwoven suburbs to use a




library; most patrons have better access to one of the many branch libraries and cannot




justify the trip. Suburban dwellers, should they make the trek to downtown Jacksonville,




would find few placesif anyto park their vehicles. While downtown Jacksonville is




less afflicted by street-crime than it once was, citizens are still wary of it and are reluctant




to park a short distance from a destination and walk the remainder.




In the end, the Haydon Burns was replaced by a massive, 300,000-square-foot Post-




Modem masterpiece. Jacksonville Main Library is to the Haydon Burns what the Haydon




"" How Buildings Learn... Stewart Brand





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Burns was to its predecessor, the Carnegie Library: the latest and best the world of




architecture and library design had to offer. Whether a similar fate will befall the




Jacksonville Main Library is best left to imagination; advances in technology and need,




foreseen or otherwise, will either nullify or amend the current edifice.









Condition




The Haydon Burns is, despite inattention and disuse, in fairly good shape. The exterior is




unchanged and seems to suffer only from damage caused by benign neglect and little or




no regular maintenance. Typical presentations of moisture penetration like spalling and




staining make appearances throughout (Fig. 19). The xeriscaped garden behind the fa9ade




wall on the southern exposure has literally tumed to dust, its plantings replaced by weeds




and paths shrouded in dirt. Speckling the dirt in this former garden are hundreds of fallen




glass tiles, the very same applied to much of the building. These particular tiles, fallen




and partially buried, likely come from the many square plastic panels suspended from the




inside of the fa9ade-wall (Figs. 7, 11).




The most obvious points of deterioration are the bottom tips of a dozen or so of




the exterior fins. Upon visual inspection, it seems the tips of these appendages




succumbed to moisture penetration, which, with assistance from gravity, caused them to




break off (Figs. 20, 21). While such damage sounds much direr than it tmly is, if enough




small breakages and spalls occur they can contribute to the aesthetic and eventual




stmctural downfall of a building.
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Outcome (for timeline of events, please see Appendix II)




After almost five years, the Haydon Bums (now called 122 Ocean) is vacant and mostly




unused. Aside from its use as a venue for a monthly downtown art show, this viable space




is an empty edifice with no regular maintenance. Its current owner, a sympathetic urban




developer calledappropriately enoughMain Branch, LLC, has grand plans for its




rehabilitation as a multi-use commercial and community space (Fig. 22), but cannot




attract lessees in the current economic climate. Luckily, the building itself is officially a




City of Jacksonville Landmark, recognized for its architectural and civic significance.




Such designation prevents it from being demolished, but does not ensure continued and




timely maintenance. The Haydon Burns can easily be called a preservation victory, and




not even a pyrrhic one at that; landmark status and an owner sympathetic to its design are




nothing at which to scoff But it is a victory tempered by a recession and hampered by




time, a test not met evenly by all edifices built in the Mid-Century.
' Main Branch, LLC promotional website for "The Library"
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Appendix I:
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^A view of Haydon Bums, SE corner
View of Carnegie Library
y4 view of Jacksonville Main Library
Interior view of Haydon Bums Lib., looking from lobby to 2"" floor
Angle view of street level, HB Lib., north elevation
View from SE corner, HB Lib.
View from inside garden, south elevation, HB Lib.
Severe view of sunscreens, south elevation, HB Lib.
View of south elevation, HB Lib.
Severe view of fenestration, north elevation, HB Lib.
View of deteriorating tile panels, south garden, HB Lib.
View of tile-clad column, SE comer, HB Lib.
Archival photo of HB Lib. c 1970s
View from inside roof garden, HB Lib.
View of brick mural, east elevation, HB Lib.
View of brick mural, east elevation, HB Lib.
Postcard showing Friendship Fountain and Park, cl965
View of Skinner's Dairy location, currently an auto repair shop
Close-up of spall detected on column
Close-up of damaged fin
Close-up of damaged fin
Promotional image, rendering of "The Library"
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Appendix II:
Brief Preservation Timeline*:

Early 2004: Florida Community College @ Jacksonville, in anticipation of
Haydon Burns abandonment, proposes downtown campus with dedicated culinary
academy. This falls through due to lack of enthusiasm and current existence of
downtown campus.
September 2004: Haydon Burns closes.
Early 2005: City publishes call for submission, initiates bid process for
development of Haydon Burns Library (122 Ocean).
July 2005: City accepts bid from Atkins Group, who proposes to demolish
Haydon Burns and develop high-rise residential with street-level retail
July 2005: Efforts to designate Haydon Burns a city landmark underway. City
Councilwoman Suzanne Jenkins, whose district includes the Haydon Bums
Library, backs efforts to save the building and designate a landmark.
November. 2005: Atkins Group pulls out due to financing dispute with City;
bidder cries foul, citing Jenkins' efforts as unethical.
December 2005: City passes bid to mnner-up Petebrooke, Inc., who proposes to
convert HB into chocolate factory and retail.
Winter 2006: Peterbrooke pulls out citing environmental concems and lack of
need; bid passes to second mnner-up. Main Branch, LLC.
June 2006: Main Branch, LLC strikes deal with city to preserve site, convert to
mixed-use retail and commercial
2007-08: BUST!
2008-09: Haydon Burns designated City Landmark, Main Branch, LLC adapts
proposal and excludes added stories.


* All events gleaned from newspaper articles cited in the bibliography
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Bibliography

Brand, Stewart. How Buildings Learn: What Happens After They're Built. New York:
Penguin. 1994.
City of Jacksonville. Report of the Planning and Development Department for
Designation as a City of Jacksonville Landmark the Haydon Burns Library ... 2008

Jacksonville Public Library. 2009. RAM Stern Architects, LLP. http://www.ramsa.com/

The Library. 2008. Main Branch, LLC. October 2009. http://www.thelibraryjax.com/

Newspapers:
The Florida Times-Union
Decamp, David. "Haydon Bums Library closes to make way for
new building." 3 September 2005.
Flaisig, Liz. "What's going on with downtown?" 14 January 2008.
Gregory, Richards. "Haydon Burns Library a city landmark?" 23
July 2005.
Light, Joe. "Old Main Library becomes 122 Ocean." 25 April
2007.
Light, Joe. "Peterbrooke next up for library site." 30 November
2005.
Jax Daily Record
Terry, J. Brooks. "Group wants to develop culinary school at
Burns Library." 9 November 2004.
Jacksonville Business Journal
Brooks, Jeff "Tony Allegretti." 18 May 2007.
Dorsch, Kristin. "City reaches deal with Main Branch to develop
old library." 8 September 2006.
Dorsch, Kristin. "Downtown project includes grocery." 23 March
2007.
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1 The Haydon Burns Public Library, Jacksonville, Florida: A Preservation Case Study Matthew C. Mariner Fall 2009 Preservation Technology: Conserving Modern Buildings Morris Hylton III, Professor

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2 Building Summary Situa Burns Public Library (Fig. 1) is an edifice of color, range, and civility. Built in 1965 at as and confidence. It might be argued that most civic buildings are dressed with such intentions, but the Haydon Burns was less about intimidation and more about inc lusion. The Library was one of the first buildings in Jacksonville to incorporate into its design a major work of public art, which, incidentally, doubled as a practicality. Also, it was the team and renowned library design consu ltant John Hall Jacobs. This led to many innovative building features and systems, includ ing calculated square footage based on space needed per patron, passive cooling, deliberate space user assignation, and many othe rs. The Haydon Burns replaced the aged Carnegie Library (Fig. 2) a stately but wholly ineffective library building designed by Henry Klutho in 1905. The new Library could not have been any more different from its 21 ,000 square f oo t, neoclassical predecess or: the Haydon Burns is a 122,00 0 square f oo t concrete frame block adorned with hundreds of thousands of rectangular glass tiles and 88 two story, pre cast concrete fins. While not a strict adherent to any particular subsidiary of Modernism, the Haydon Bur ns is a Mid Century temple of modern layout, innovation, and proportion. It serves as an eye catching work of public art, and was once an efficient and effective library.

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3 Historical Context donated by steel magnate Andrew Carnegie. While funded by and named after the great industrialist, the Library was designed by Prairie S chool pupil Henry John Klutho, who designed many Jacksonville structures after the Great Fire of 1901. T he Carnegie serv ed Jacksonville attempting to serve a population of well over 150,000 when it was desi gned to serve less than 30,000. This was due less to the design and more to the u nprecedented growth period in which Jacksonville found itself between 1950 and 1965. While this growth revenue necessary to develop their civic infrastructure 1 In 1953, the Florida State Legislature wrote and passed the Regional Home Office Law, a law that would provide attractive tax benefits to national or regional corporations relocating their home or local offices to Jacksonville. This drew to Jacksonville such companies as Blue Cross & Blue Shield, Prudential, and a litany of other insurance companies. The presence of these companies helped create jobs and spur financial growth. Over the next ten years, Jacksonville would be thrust into its so called Decade of Progress, a period of municipal enhancement intended to bring about social and architectural change. In 1958, with confidence in city leaders at its peak, Mayor Haydon Burns was able to secure enough support to levy new taxes in the form of a $30 million bond From this bond a new city hall, courthouse, co liseum, civic auditorium, and massive sewage treatment plant were constructed. By 1962 the Decade of Progress had been given a cap 1 City of Jacksonville Landmark Nomination Sheet

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4 in the form of a $7.65 million bond intended to fund construction of a ma rina, parking lots, and, finally, a new library facility. The inspiration for the construction of a new library stemmed from a 1957 library Board of Trustees study, wherein the services of the nationally known library consultant, John Hall Jacobs were empl oyed. Jacobs came to the conclusion that the Carnegie facility was grossly inadequate In addition to his evaluation of the existing facility, Jacobs was asked to provide suggestions on where to build a new facility, and to what extent. Using American Libr ary Association standards as his guide, Jacobs suggested that to adequately serve its patronage, a library must provide approximately .45 square feet per population of nearly 230,000 individuals, such a recommendati on would necessitate a library with at least 101,000 square feet of that square footage needed to be on the ground floor, a concept that may have been suggested as a means of increasing accessibility and democratizing th 2 Initially the Haydon Burns was a success, but over time, as the population of Jacksonville grew (outward) and the constant need to acquire new items and contemporize became too much of a burden, the Library was forced into retireme nt. In September of 2004 the Library checked out its last book and was closed the next fell to the newly constructed main library just a few blocks away from the Haydon Burns. This new library (Fig. 3) designed by R obert A.M. Stern and a ssociates, is a massive, 300,000 square foot temple to technological and architectural innovation much like its predecessor, which remains vacant but relatively unscathed 3 2 City of Jacksonville Landmark Nomi nation Sheet 3 RAMSA website

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5 Significance : Architectural/Conceptual /Civil strongest case for significance comes from its singular design and of the practical and the purposefully applied The concept, which Hardwick helpe d implement, can be attributed in no small way to John Hall Jacobs, the aforementioned library design consultant, whose contributions were not to the structure, but use of space and execution of efficiency two things lacking in a majority of s older facilities designed before WWII To put it compactly, the Haydon Burns Library was (and to some extent still is) a singular contribution to the scope of Mid Century Modernism that successfully integrated the practical needs of a municipal library and the socio denizens. The Library is not all that dissimilar from noted architectural historians James Massey and Shirley Maxwell; it is, in essence, a large, squat box with an open interior and honesty in construction 4 The similarities end that is modern (Modern) but also humanistic and acceptable to the users. The interior spaces are uncluttered with walls and the only obstructions to air and movement are the odd concrete column and glass partitions (Fig. 4) Hardwick designed the Library to be as open as possibl e, with glazing at street level as if to catch passersby with the tease of the L (F ig. 5) Another significant design innovation was the inclusion of a sort of air lock, a patron staff interaction zone separated from the main section of the library. The benefit of such a system is the reduction of din, as it secludes the louder, busier a spects of the library. The second floor of the building is an exposed, H shaped plane, visible through glass panels to those on the first floor. The side of the H, 4 City of Jacksonville Landmark Nomination Sheet

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6 respectiv ely; the center of the H was a bridge between. The Haydon Burns is a three story edifice with two basement floors nestled into the mild, downward north to south grade. The exterior is a stunning array of color and form: stretching across two stories a seri es of pre cast concrete fins clings to the skin, which is predominantly three inch thick pre cast concrete paneling (Fig. 6) These fins do provide visual appeal but are mostly a practical measure. Due to the relative thinness of fins help to stabilize and protect the exterior from high winds, as well as create air turbulence which, in turn, cools the interior. These fins are applied surface s and mater ials depending on the elevation. The southern elevation is merely a semi self sustaining wall (Fig. 7) connected to the frame of the building via concrete beams. Between the fins on this exposure, are metal sunscreens (Fig. 8) which limit the amount of direct sunlight to the top two floors The first floor on the southern elevation, which sits atop earth kept in by a street level distance from the main buildi ng (Fig. 9). The east and west elevations are windowless, while the n orthern exposure is fenestrated (Fig. 10). Most free spaces on the exterior, including those on exposed structural concrete piers, are covered in thousands of 1 inch by inch glass tiles The tiles, which appear to have been glued to some surfaces and cemented to others, come in four distinct colors: jade, blue, yellow, and a dark green, all of which are speckled with white flecks and

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7 ribbed. The tiles are arranged in a random fashion, th e result of which gives a pixilated quality to the ext erior of the building (Figs. 10 12). Hardwick saw fit to design a library that, if need be, could be expanded wi th understanding of library dynamics in mind, would have been a necessity. To accommodate this potential ity Hardwick designed the third floor to hold administrative offices set around a small open air garden; the walls of the offices could easily be taken down and the garden stripped to accommodate the new interior. In addition, Hardwick made certain to extend the elevator and fire stair atrium to the roof, allowing for this potential fourth floor to be built w ith transportation access ready (Figs. 13, 14) The transportation atrium is, in itself, a factor if significance. From the roof access to the basements the entire tube is clad in glazed brick, a fireproof material which is still within code today. At street level on the east elevation the exterior of the fire stairs and elevator is exposed, the bricks comprising it dyed and patterned into a magnificent work of public art. Ann Holloway Williams, a Jacksonville artist, was commissioned by the city to design what was the first significant integration of art into a civic building in Jacksonville What amounts to a mural with a specific structural purpose (fireproof transportation tube) is composed of 13,000 glaz ed bricks in 22 distinct colors (Figs. 15, 16). achieve it 5 5 City of Jacksonville Landmark Nomination Sheet

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8 Significance (Architect ) Taylor Hardwick career, like those of many American architects during the 1950s and 60s, was b orne of necessity and optimism. Hardwick himself was commissioned by the City of Jacksonville for several large scale projects, including the Haydon Burns and the much publicized Friendship Park and Fountain (Fig. 17) The latter has been altered significa ntly over the years and only the fountain and its immediate area remain. Both projects were key components of Mayor Haydon Burns' initiatives to revitalize the city during the Decade of Progress Most vestiges of this period have either been demolished to make way for something newer, or heavily altered. Hardwick's library, however, had somehow escaped alteration and demolition over the years and is now recognized as Jacksonville City Landmark. Architecturally solid in concept, the Haydon Burns's status as a landmark may also be by virtue of it being the sole (untouched) survivor of the Decade of Progress. Hardwick mark can be seen as far south as Gainesville, Florida, where he helmed the design for Little Hall at the University of Florida. Much of h is local recognition stems from somewhat kitschy roots, as he designed the famous Skinner's Dairy stores of Jacksonville. Of the 21 Skinner's Dairies built, most are still extant, though they have been adapted for uses ranging from gas stations to car was h es (Fig. 18). Obsolescence As is the case with many library buildings, the Haydon Burns was stamped with an expiration date range; that is, all libraries have life spans. Libraries, by their very nature, are self consuming, insofar as the collection manag ers must continually acquire new

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9 materials while retaining the old. This stratification of materials eventually exceeds the capacity of the library and much of the collection must be moved off site. This dispersal can make it difficult for patrons to acces s desired materials in a timely manner, a mood which contributes to the inevitable downfall of the facilities. Moreover, information media are continually evolving and, as fate would have it, the Haydon Burns was built at the cusp of the most significant -and explosive -trend in this evolution. It is perhaps clich to blame computers or the Internet for the downfall of the traditional library, but in this case it is accurate. The Haydon Burns was equipped in many ways for physical expansion (i.e. accommodat ions for added stories) but could not foresee the coming torrent of data retrieval technologies. In order to accommodate the wiring required for Internet connectivity and the space needed for dozens of computer workstations and access points, the Haydon Bu rns would have to have been painstakingly retrofitted, a task rarely worth the effort 6 Aside from its functional obsolescence, the Haydon Burns fell prey to the symptoms of Urban Decay. So few people live in downtown Jacksonville, and fewer still are usually willing to drive several miles from Jacksonville's immense, interwoven suburbs to use a library; most patrons have better access to one of the many branch libraries and cannot justify the trip. Suburban dwellers, should they make the trek to downto wn Jacksonville, would find few places -if any -to park their vehicles. While downtown Jacksonville is less afflicted by street crime than it once was, citizens are still wary of it and are reluctant to park a short distance from a destination and walk the remainder. In the end, the Haydon Burns was replaced by a massive, 300,000 square foot Post Modern masterpiece. Jacksonville Main Library is to the Haydon Burns what the Haydon 6 Stewart Brand

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10 Burns was to its predecessor, the Carnegie Library: the latest and best th e world of architecture and library design had to offer. Whether a similar fate will befall the Jacksonville Main Library is best left to imagination; advances in technology and need, foreseen or otherwise, will either nullify o r amend the current edifice. Condition The Haydon Burns is, despite inattention and disuse, in fairly good shape. The exterior is unchanged and seems to suffer only from damage caused by benign neglect and little or no regular maintenance. Typical presentations of moisture penetrati on like spalling and staining make appearances throughout (Fig. 19). The xeriscaped garden behind the faade wall on the southern exposure has literally turned to dust, its plantings replaced by weeds and paths shrouded in dirt. Speckling the dirt in this former garden are hundreds of fallen glass tiles, the very same applied to much of the building. These particular tiles, fallen and partially buried, likely come from the many square plastic panels suspended from the inside of the faade wall (Figs. 7, 11) The most obvious points of deterioration are the bottom tips of a dozen or so of the exterior fins. Upon visual inspection, it seems the tips of these appendages succumbed to moisture penetration, which, with assistance from gravity, caused them to brea k off (Figs. 20, 21). While such damage sounds much direr than it truly is, if enough small breakages and spalls occur they can contribute to the aesthetic and eventual structural downfall of a building.

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11 Outcome (for timeline of events, please see Appen dix II) After almost five years, the Haydon Burns (now called 122 Ocean) is vacant and mostly unused. Aside from its use as a venue for a monthly downtown art show, this viable space is an empty edifice with no regular maintenance. Its current owner, a sym pathetic urban developer called appropriately enough Main Branch, LLC, has grand plans for its rehabilitation as a multi use commercial and community space 7 (Fig. 22) but cannot attract lessees in the current economic climate. Luckily, the building itself is officially a City of Jacksonville Landmark, recognized for its architectural and civic significance. Such designation prevents it from being demolished, but does not ensure continued and timely maintenance. The Haydon Burns can easily be called a prese rvation victory, and not even a pyrrhic one at that; landmark status and an owner sympathetic to its design are nothing at which to scoff. But it is a victory tempered by a recession and hampered by time, a test not met evenly by all edifices built in the Mid Century. 7

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12 Appendix I: Figures: Fig. 1 (00001.jpg): view of Haydon Burns, SE corner Fig. 2 (00002.jpg): View of Carnegie Library Fig. 3 (00003.jpg): view of Jacksonville Main Library Fig. 4 (00004.jpg): Interior view of Haydon Bu rns Lib., looking from lobby to 2 nd floor Fig. 5 (00005.jpg): Angle view of street level, HB Lib., north elevation Fig. 6 (00006.jpg): View from SE corner, HB Lib. Fig. 7 (00007.jpg): View from inside garden, south elevation, HB Lib. Fig. 8 (00008.jpg): Se vere view of sunscreens, south elevation, HB Lib. Fig. 9 (00009.jpg): View of south elevation, HB Lib. Fig. 10 (00010.jpg): Severe view of fenestration, north elevation, HB Lib. Fig. 11 (00011.jpg): View of deteriorating tile panels, south garden, HB Lib. Fig. 12 (00012.jpg): View of tile clad column, SE corner, HB Lib. Fig. 13 (00013.jpg): Archival photo of HB Lib. c1970s Fig. 14 (00014.jpg): View from inside roof garden, HB Lib. Fig. 15 (00015.jpg): View of brick mural, east elevation, HB Lib. Fig. 16 (00 016.jpg): View of brick mural, east elevation, HB Lib. Fig. 17 (00017.jpg): Postcard showing Friendship Fountain and Park, c1965 Fig. 19 (00019.jpg): Close up of spall det ected on column Fig. 20 (00020.jpg): Close up of damaged fin Fig. 21 (00021.jpg): Close up of damaged fin

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13 Appendix II: Brief Preservation Timeline *: Early 2004 : Florida Community Co llege @ Jacksonville, in anticipation of Haydon Burns abandonment, proposes downtown campus with dedicated culinary academy This falls through due to lack of enthusiasm and current existence of downtown campus. September 2004: Haydon Burns closes. Early 2 005 : City publishes call for submission, initiates bid process for development of Haydon Burns Library (122 Ocean). July 2005 : C ity accepts bid from Atkins Group, who proposes to demolish Haydon Burns and develop high rise residential with street level ret ail July 2005 : Efforts to designate Haydon Burns a city landmark underway. City Councilwoman Suzanne Jenkins, whose district includes the Haydon Burns Library, backs efforts to save the building and designate a landmark. Nov ember 2005 : Atkins Group pulls out due to financing dispute with City ; December 2005 : City passes bid to runner up Petebrooke, Inc ., who proposes to convert HB into chocolate factory and retail. Winter 2006 : Peterbrooke pulls ou t citing environmental concerns and lack of need; bid passes to second runner up, Main Branch, LLC. June 2006 : Main Branch, LLC strikes deal with city to preserve site, convert to mixed use retail and commercial 2007 08 : BUST! 2008 09 : Haydon Burns designa ted City Landmark, Main Branch, LLC adapts proposal and excludes added stories. *All events gleaned from newspaper articles cited in the bibliography

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14 Bibliography Brand, Stewart. How Buildings Learn: What Happens After They're Built. New York: Penguin. 1994. City of Jacksonville. Report of the Planning and Development Department for 2008 Jacksonville Public Library 2009. RAM Stern Architects, LLP. http://www.ramsa.com/ The Library 2008. Main Branch, LLC. October 2009. http://www.thelibraryjax.com/ Newspapers: The Florida Times Union n July 2005. 2007. 2005. Jax Daily Record Jacksonville Business Journal y reaches deal with Main Branch to develop 2007.


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