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Building Name

Robert E Lee High School

Historic District

Riverside Historic District


Robert E Lee High School 1 Jacksonville FL

Robert E. Lee Senior High School is a four-year secondary institution in Jacksonville, Florida. It was named after Confederate States of America General Robert E. Lee. Located in the Riverside and Avondale neighborhood, it is the second oldest high school in Jacksonville operating at its original location. Architect Victor Earl Mark designed Lee High School with William B. Ittner of St. Louis in 1926-27. It is built in the Mediterranean Revival style.

The main structure of Lee High School is notable for its beige bricks and top floor off-white stucco. The school was dedicated to Robert E. Lee on his birthday, January 19, 1928.

Contributing Building - Riverside Historic District - National Register of Historic Places NRIS #85000689

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30.30808056, -81.70403889

Rights Statement


Taylor, George Lansing, Jr.; Lance Taylor; Photographers -- Florida --Jacksonville; Photograph collections -- Florida -- Jacksonville; Robert E Lee High School; High School; Robert E. Lee; Mediterranean Revival style; Oldest high school; Historic district; Duval County (Fl.); Schools --- Florida --- Jacksonville --- Duval County.


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