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John Wesley Love Home


The Love house, 724 E. Cherry St., was the home of John Wesley Love.  It was built ca. 1903.  This home was used in the advertisement of Old Jacksonville Fans. The home is the perfect setting for the song, Twenty Fans are Turning.

 

G. L. Newton House

The Newton House, 501 S. Bolton, was the home of G. L. and Mary Betty Boyd.  The home was built built in 1899.

 

Larissa House


Larissa House, 428 S. Patton, was the home of  W. A. Brown and Elizabeth Nelson. The home currently houses Larissa House Restaurant.

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