Kirby-Smith Middle School
Springfield Historic District
Edmund Kirby-Smith Jr High Detail 1 Jacksonville FL
Edmund Kirby-Smith Junior High School, now called Kirby-Smith Middle School, is located in Jacksonville, Florida.
Edmund Kirby-Smith Junior High School at 2034 Hubbard Street in Jacksonville is of the Mediterranean Revival Style, which is an eclectic style containing architectural elements with Spanish and Italian precedents. According to a Jacksonville Historic Landmark plaque on the building, the architects were Roy A. Benjamin and Mellen C. Greeley, who were partners from 1919 to 1924.
The school was constructed in 1923 and is now listed as an Historic Landmark by the Jacksonville Historic Landmarks Commission, as well as a contributing structure to the Springfield Historic District.
Contributing Building - Springfield Historic District - National Register of Historic Places NRIS #86003640
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