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Record Group Number: 000155
Series/Collection Number: .S 2373
Creator: Florida. Dept. of State.  --Division of Historical Resources.
Title, Dates: T.G. Henderson House architectural drawings, ca. 1894.
Amount: 1 microfilm reels
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Restrictions: ***RESTRICTED***Any building plans, blueprints, schematic drawings, or diagrams of government facilities or structures in this series are exempt from public disclosure as per Florida Statutes Chapter 119.071 (Chapter 2002-67, Laws of Florida, HB 735, 2002).  This restriction does not apply to facilities or structures that no longer exist.
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Biographical/Historical:     The Division of Historical Resources is part of the Florida Department of State's Office of Cultural, Historical and Information Programs (OCHIP) in the Office of the Secretary of State. The Florida Legislature created the Division in 1986, giving it some of the functions of the Division of Archives, History and Records Management (Chapter 86-183, Laws of Florida). The Division is mandated to preserve historical, cultural and archaeological resources of Florida. The Division includes the Bureau of Historic Preservation, the Bureau of Archaeological Research and the Director's Office.

    In 1971, the Florida Legislature directed the Division of Archives, History and Records Management to recommend names for state buildings and facilities in conjunction with a citizen committee, aptly called the Advisory Committee on Naming Buildings (Ch. 71-267, Laws). Secretary of State Richard Stone invited several historians throughout the state to serve on the committee and appointed Samuel Proctor, a noted historian at the University of Florida, as chairman. The committee reviewed requests from state agencies and universities to name buildings, bridges, roads, parks and recreation areas in honor of individuals who had made significant contributions to the state or institution.

Summary:     This series contains the microfilmed blueprints and architectural drawings of the T.G. Henderson House (also knows as the Henderson-Marcello House) in Lake City, Florida. Designed by architect George W. Barber of Tennessee and built in 1894, the house is an example of the Queen Anne-style of architecture. In 1973, the house was added to the National Register of Historic places for its architectural significance. 

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Subject Access Fields: National Register of Historic Places.
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