A. Quinn Jones House

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A. Quinn Jones House
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A. Quinn Jones House is located in Florida
A. Quinn Jones House
A. Quinn Jones House is located in the United States
A. Quinn Jones House
Location1013 N.W. 7th Ave., Gainesville, Florida
Coordinates29°39′32″N 82°20′7″W / 29.65889°N 82.33528°W / 29.65889; -82.33528Coordinates: 29°39′32″N 82°20′7″W / 29.65889°N 82.33528°W / 29.65889; -82.33528
Arealess than one acre
Built1925 (1925)
Architectural styleFrame Vernacular
NRHP reference #09001278[1]
Added to NRHPJanuary 27, 2010

The A. Quinn Jones House is a historic residence in Gainesville, Florida. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 27, 2010. The house is located at 1013 NW. 7th Avenue. The home is now a museum honoring A. Quinn Jones who in 1923 became the first principal of Lincoln High School (Gainesville, Florida). He developed the school into the second fully accredited African-American high school in the state of Florida. However, the site is restricted from public access.[2]

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Further reading[edit]

  • Lincoln High School its History and Legacy. Albert White & Kevin McCarty. ISBN 978-0-9842838-3-5.

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