St. James Building
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Jacksonville, Florida St. James Building

Downtown Jacksonville is home to the one of the largest collections of prairie-style buildings outside the Midwest, thanks in part to architect Henry John Klutho, who helped rebuild the city after the Great Fire of 1901. Klutho, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright, designed many buildings still standing in downtown Jacksonville, including the St. James Building. Originally designed as a mixed-use building containing the Cohen Brothers Department Store, the St. James now houses Jacksonville City Hall.

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