Lightner Museum Exhibits To Be Shown At Heritage House During Renovation Of Alcazar


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Lightner Museum Exhibits To Be Shown At Heritage House During Renovation Of Alcazar Temporary Quarters Set For Museum
Series Title:
Wakeman House (Progress Photographs, Book No. 3)
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Folder: Florida State Building


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Saint Augustine (Fla.)
1 Aviles Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Wakeman House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Florida Heritage House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 1 Aviles Street
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From left: John D. Bailey, Carleton Calkin, Joseph Boles, John W. Griffin; 8-(28-29)-1971

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University of Florida
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Acting director, Joseph
Boles of the Lightner
Museum, second from right,
explains plans for the
Lightner's use of the Florida
Heritage House as temporary quarters while the
Alcazar Building Is being
remodeled. Pictured with
Boles, from left, John D.
Bailey, secretary-treasurer
of the Historic Preservation
Board; Carleton Calkin,
curator of the board, and
John W. Griffin, director of
the board.

Lightner Museum Exhibits To

Be Shown At Heritage House

DuringRenovation Of Alcazar

The public will have the opportunity of days. Lightner Museum Acting Director viewing exhibits of the Lightner Museum Joseph Boles said that the move of Hobbies during renovation of the presented an excellent opportunity for Alcazar building, according to plans the Museum to maintain their exhibits announced jointly today by officials of and give the public the chance to conthe Lightner Trustees and the Historic St. tinue to view them during the expected Augustine Preservation Board. John W. two years required for the remodeling of Griffin, director of the Preservation the Alcazar building. Board, stated that arrangements had Boles said that without the cooperation been worked out for the Lightner of the Historic St. Augustine PreserMuseum to place major displays in the vation Board, the museum would board's Florida Heritage House on King probably have had to remain closed Street while their quarters are being during this period which would deprive remodeled. many interested visitors from seeing this According to the announcement, all of wonderful collection. the board's displays will be removed from the Heritage House within the next Because of the limited space available two weeks and the Lightner exhibits in the Heritage House, Boles said only installed. Formal opening in the new the more important displays would be temporary quarters for Lightner is ex- included and they would be rotated from pected to take place within the next 30 time to time.