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Southwest Daytona Beach Black Heritage District

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Southwest Daytona Beach Black Heritage District

The following buildings were added to the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Daytona Beach Multiple Property Submission (or MPS).

Resource Name Also known as Image Address Added
Bethune-Cookman College Historic District 620 Drive Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard Template:Dts/out1
City Island Ball Park Jackie Robinson Ball Park City Island, across from the Daytona Beach Business District Template:Dts/out1
Cypress Street Elementary School Bonner Elementary School 900 Cypress Street Template:Dts/out1
Daytona Beach Bandshell and Oceanfront Park Complex Ocean Avenue, north of the junction of Main Street and Atlantic Template:Dts/out1
Daytona Beach Surfside Historic District roughly bounded by Auditorium Boulevard, the Atlantic Ocean, US 92, and the Halifax River Template:Dts/out1
Seabreeze Historic District roughly bounded by University Boulevard, Halifax Road, Auditorium Boulevard, and North Atlantic Avenue Template:Dts/out1
Seybold Baking Company Factory Columbia Baking Company or Southern Bakeries Factory 800 Orange Avenue Template:Dts/out1
South Beach Street Historic District Roughly bounded by Volusia Ave. (Int'l Speedway Blvd), South Beach St., South St., and US 1 (Ridgewood Ave.) Template:Dts/out1
South Peninsula Historic District roughly the Daytona Beach Peninsula between the Atlantic Ocean and Halifax Road Template:Dts/out1
Southwest Daytona Beach Black Heritage District Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard Historic District roughly bounded by Foote Court, South Street, Martin Luther King Boulevard, and the FEC RR tracks Template:Dts/out1

References and external links

  • National Register of Historic Places
  • Florida's Office of Cultural and Historical Programs
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