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The Woodman of the World Hall is in Stuart, in the southeastern part of the state. It was built around 1913 for the Woodmen of the World, a fraternal organization. If you visit old cemeteries, you can find the graves of members because they will have stone tree stumps as tombstones. It is included in “A Guide to Florida’s Historic Architecture”. See more photos here.

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The Woodman of the World Hall? Answer tomorrow.

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Bethel Baptist Institutional Church is in Jacksonville, in the northeastern part of the state. It is the oldest Baptist congregation in the city, founded in 1838. The building itself was constructed in 1904, after the Great Fire of 1901. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. See more photos here.

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Bethel Baptist Institutional Church? Answer tomorrow.

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The Green Hotel is in Bowling Green, on U.S. 17, in the south central part of the state. It was built in 1925, and when Bowling Green was the Hardee County seat, it was the city’s hotel. It is included in “A Guide to Florida’s Historic Architecture”. See more photos here.

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The Green Hotel? Answer tomorrow.

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The US Arsenal-Officers Quarters is in Chattahoochee in the Panhandle. It is part of the Florida State (mental) Hospital on U.S. 90, serving as the Administration Building. The hospital grounds are near the Apalachicola River and the Georgia border. See more photos here.

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