Condition Survey Report for St. Benedict's School and St. Benedict's Rectory

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Title

Condition Survey Report for St. Benedict's School and St. Benedict's Rectory

Subject

Preservation

Description

To document the restoration and refurbishment needed to make the St. Benedict's School serviceable once more.
"St. Benedict's school Building located at the corner of M.L. King Ave. and DeHaven St. on the property of Cathedral Parish was constructed in 1898 as one of the first black schools the State of Florida."
"I have been involved with projects that were in worse shape, and they were restored/renovated to a successful conclusion. Therefore, it is my opinion that the building can be restored/renovated."
- Vernon A. Davis in a letter to Don Crichlow

Creator

Lucy Hollins
Tegan Ford
Bryant Anthony

Date

March 15, 1998

Language

English

Citation

Lucy Hollins, Tegan Ford, and Bryant Anthony, “Condition Survey Report for St. Benedict's School and St. Benedict's Rectory,” Resilience: Black Heritage in St. Augustine, accessed June 17, 2024, https://blackheritagestaugustine.omeka.net/items/show/211.

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