Three Fine Additions To Restoration Agency


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Three Fine Additions To Restoration Agency
Series Title:
St. Augustine Historical Restoration and Preservation Commission (Progress Photographs, Book No. 4)
Physical Description:
Tebault, Hoop
The St. Augustine Record
Publication Date:
Physical Location:
Box: 1NW22
Folder: Commission


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General Note:
Sept. 13-14, 1969

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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Bailey and Fatl V. Gannon we to the St. Augu and Preservation Commission.
The loss of olfe, William Sims II and Mrs. Elizabeth Towers willi l t with the new leadership of such high caliber th pan be assured of continued progress.
Bryan brings to th d the prestige of his fine insurance company, Independent Li~ksonville, and the knowledge of one excellent restoration preS located on St. George Street which, he directed.
John Bailey' has also participated in a private restoration project on St. George along with his partner Pierre Thompson. Bailey brings to the board a keen insight into community feelings and should generate continued local support of the state program.
Father Mich l V. Gannon is one of the leading authorities on early higtr St. Augustine. A brilliant author ~ and r en the Catholic Diocese, Father d be
di behind authentic detail and cont since in te rn effort.
Theintment of Lawrence Lewis Jr. "is tor in the in program" according to new member He bi the board continued leadership and of existing rams as well as the support of the Fla Trust.