Office Park

September 6th, 2011, 10:33H · Topics: Around Town · Print

“This is the Tourist and Convention office in 1948.  It was built in Hemming Park downtown.  Note all the great palm trees, it was great.” LS

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  1. 1 Richard Bowers November 27th, 2012 9:18H

    When Hemming Park was Rehabbed in 1977, this buiilding was removed along with a number of plaques, the old gazebo, etc, almost everything but the Confederate Statue. In 2003, the John F Kennedy bronze marker, marking his speaking date in the park when he was running for President, was replaced in the park. In addition, a statue of Rep. Charles Bennett is in the park today. And they are discussing rehabilitating it again. Marvin Hill designed the rehabilitation.,

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