Towering over the city of Bunnell, FL is its most visible and iconic landmark: the city of Bunnell elevated steel water tower with hemispherical bottom tank (commonly referred to as the “Tin Man”) – (Figures 1-5, 8 & 9). It was built in 1926 by Chicago Bridge & Iron Works1 (who built numerous other water…
Bunnell City Hall National Register of Historic Places Paperwork
The Bunnell City Hall (also known as the Bunnell Civic Center and the Bunnell Coquina City Hall) is a unique one-story public building constructed of locally quarried coquina stone.
The Holden House was built in 1918 by Samuel Merwin Bortree (1859- 1918) as a wedding gift for his daughter Ethel Lura Bortree Holden (1892-1977), and her husband Tom Edward Holden (1892-1974).
National Register of Historic Places, the material used for nomination of Bunnell City Hall.
Ray Mercer talks about the early days of living in Flagler County, Florida.
Eleanor Holden Black Shutt visits the Holden house where she grew up as
a little girl.
a little girl.
Kent: Today is June 21, 2001. This is Judith Kent, speaking from the Flagler County Public Library. Joining me today is local historian, John A. Clegg, who has agreed to comment on various aspects of county history. First of all,…
Clegg Holden House Interview #1 at Holden House Kent: Today is June 13, 2001. This is Judith Kent speaking from the Holden House in Bunnell, Florida. Library Director Doug Cisney, photographer William Ryan and I are here to record an…