- Bloxham House at 410 North Calhoun Street - Tallahassee, Florida
- Mr. and Mrs. Bloxham are standing in the front yard.
- Bloxham House was built in 1844 by Richard A. Shine, builder and brickmason. Leased and later sold (1852) to David C. Wilson, who owned a livery stable, grocery store, and finally Wilson's Dept Store 1841-1971. Sold in 1881 to Gov. William Bloxham and used as his town residence during his terms of office (1881-85 and 1897-1901) Between his terms Bloxham rented house to Gov. E. A. Perry. Sold in 1913 to ? who leased it to Frances Marion Phillips. Became Whitehouse Hotel in the late 1940's. Bought by Robert and Frances C. Ervin in 1979 and restored 1979-81.
- 1 photoprint - b&w - 8 x 10 in.
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