Widely regarded as one of the foremost chroniclers of Duval County’s history and architecture, Wayne is called “the undisputed godfather of preservation in Jacksonville.” He raises concerns about the ownership of history, restoration versus renovation, when modern becomes historic, and landmarks of the future. In his presentation, Wayne will explore the dynamics of historic preservation from both a national and local perspective.
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