Walking tour brochure created by the City of Orlando features information about the officially designated Downtown Orlando Historic District.
Learn about 28 locations in historic downtown Orlando and take a walking or driving tour using the included map.
Locations included or mentioned:
Well’sbuilt Hotel (Dr. William Monroe Wells)
Well’s South Street Casino
Well’sbuilt Museum of African American History
Hankins Building (Dr. I. S. Hankins)
Mount Pleasant Baptist Church
Ebenezer Methodist Church
Slemons Department Store (William Slemons)
Bumby Hardware Building (Joseph Bumby, Sr.)
Orlando Railroad Depot (Church Street Station)
Nicholson-Colyer Building (J. A. Colyer and J. E. Nicholson)
Kress Building – S. H. Kress Company (Edward F. Sibbert – Architect)
First National Bank Building (People’s National Bank, Howard M. Reynolds – architect)
Orlando Bank & Trust Company (H. W. Metcalf)
Tinker Building (Joe Tinker)
Elijah Hand Building, Carey Hand Building (F. H. Trimble)
Yowell – Duckworth Building (Newton Yowell and Eugene Duckworth, Murry S. King-architect, Benjamin Drew)
Dickson – Ives Company (H. H. Dickson and Sidney Ives, Sr.)
State Bank of Orlando & Trust Company (W. L. Stoddart – architect)
Angebilt Hotel (Murry S. King – architect, Joseph Ange)
San Juan Hotel, Rose Building (Murry S. King, Walter Rose)
Rutlands (F. Earl Deloe – architect
Colonial Plaza Shopping Center)
U. S. Post Office & Courthouse (Louise A. Simon – architect)
Cathedral of St. Luke (Frohman, Robb and Little)
First Church of Christ Scientist (George Foote Dunham – Architect)
Orange County Courthouse (Murry S. King – Architect)
Rogers Buiilding (Gordon Rogers)
Ellis Building (J. L. and N. B. Giles, Wiliam Ellis).
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Downtown Orlando Historic District Walking Tour - 11 page brochure and map.
Page 15 - Orlando Brief includes photo of the San Juan Hotel in downtown Orlando.
Orlando Brief - Photo Top of Page 16 - Angebilt Hotel