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Historic Preservation Board meetings

2020 Historic Preservation Board Calendar
Dates may be adjusted throughout the year as needed. Please check back before the meetings. The board meets on the fourth Tuesday of alternating months at 2:00 p.m. unless otherwise scheduled.

January 28 – Andrew Jackson Davis Building
1112 Stevens Street, Cassadaga
This meeting will be held in the Meeting Hall behind the Bookstore.
This Community was placed on the National Register in 1992 because of it's ties to the historic Southern Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp association. The local architecture reflects the mobile nature of theSpiritualist Culture, with most of the homes being framed veracular buildings that were built as seasonal cottages.  The two most natable different buildings in the community are the Cassadaga Hotel and the Colby Memorial Temple, which were built in a mediterranean style.

March 24 – Lillian Place Heritage Center, Hotchkiss House
1000 S. Peninsula Drive, Daytona Beach
This host venue contains two buildings, Lillian Place, built in 1894 and the Hotchkiss Residence, built in 1905. Both homesrepresent Daytona Beach's early beachside architecture.

May 26 – Old Deland Memorial Hospital and Veterans' Museum
240 N. Stone Street , Deland
Built between 1920 and 1926,the hospital consisted of a two-and-one half story hospital for the general population,and a smaller, simpler, one story hospital for the minorities. The contrast in hospital designs between both buildings offers some insight into segregation in the South and "separate-but-equal" access to medical care.  The complax served the community until 1948, when it was deemed functionally obsolete and replaced with a larger, modern building east of downtown. the complex was placed on the National Register in 1989.

July 28 – White Hall, BCU Administration Building
640 Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Drive, Daytona Beach
This host venue which was built in 1915 as a classroom and office building, was named after Thomas White, founder of The White Sewing Machine Company,who became a school trustee and financial benefactor. It was placed on the National Register in July Of 1992.

September 22 – Greater Union First Baptist Church
240 South Clara Avenue, DeLand, FL
This religious organization can trace it's roots back to the 1880s' and still serves as the lynchpin for Deland's African-American Community. The present 4100-square-foot facility was built in 1893.

November 17– Ormond Fire House (Salty Ministries Building)
160 East Granada Boulevard, Ormond Beach
This WPA Building was constructed in 1936-1937with Mediterranean and Classic Revival architectural influences, utilizing both brick and coquina. The building's prominent feature is a four sided tower feature that is capped by an octagonal watchtower. The building was designed by local architect Alan J. MacDonough, who also designed the HollyHill Municipal Building., the Daytona Beach Bandshell and the Streamline Hotel. It was placed onthe National Register in 2010.
 

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