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The Hotel Thomas, also known as Sunkist Villa but currently known as the Thomas Center, is an historic building in Gainesville, Florida, United States. It is located on the block bounded by Northeast 2nd and 5th Streets and Northeast 6th and 7th Avenues. It was built starting in 1910 in the Classical Revival style by noted Atlanta-based architect, William Augustus Edwards, designer of academic buildings at 12 institutions in Georgia, South Carolina and Florida, including the original University ...
 
 
Anderson Hall is a historic building located in the northeastern section of the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, Florida. The building houses the universitys political science and religion departments, both a part of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Anderson Hall was designed by William Augustus Edwards, responsible for planning nearly all of the campus early buildings, in Collegiate Gothic style. Construction began in 1912, and the building opened in October 1913 as Languag...
 
 
The George A. Smathers Libraries of the University of Florida constitute one of the largest university library systems in the United States. The system includes eight of the nine libraries of the University of Florida and provides primary support to all academic programs except those served by the Lawton Chiles Legal Information Center. Previously the Health Science Center Library was also separate, but it was integrated into the Smathers Libraries on July 1, 2009. The current Dean is Judith C. ...

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Cities in Alachua County, Florida, County seats in Florida, Gainesville, Florida, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida metropolitan area, Populated places established in 1853, Academic enclaves, University towns in the United States, Cities in Florida, Hidden categories:, Pages using duplicate arguments in template calls, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from May 2011, Articles with dead external links from May 2015, Coordinates on Wikidata, Wikiped...
Murphree Area is an historic residence hall complex on the northern edge of the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, Florida. The complex is adjacent to University Avenue, one of the major public roads that serve the university and define its boundaries. It was the universitys first residence area and the last one to become co-ed. The Murphree Area complex is named for Albert A. Murphree, the second president of the university, who served from 1909 to 1927. It consists of the following f...
 Murphree Hall is a historic student residence building located in the Murphree Area on the northern edge of the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, Florida. It was designed by architect Rudolph Weaver in the Collegiate Gothic style and completed in 1939. The building was named for Albert A. Murphree, the universitys second president, who served from 1909 to 1927. Major renovations, which included adding air conditioning, were completed in 2005, and the hall was rededicated and open for ...
The University of Florida Campus Historic District is a historic district on the campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. The district, bounded by West University Avenue, Southwest 13th Street, Stadium Road and North-South Drive, encompasses approximately 650 acres (2.6 km2) and contains 11 listed buildings plus contributing properties. On April 20, 1989, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places. On June 24, 2008, additional information was approved which resu...
Tigert Hall, built in the late 1940s and early 1950s, is a historic administrative building located on the eastern edge of the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, Florida. It was designed by architect Jefferson Hamilton in a modified Collegiate Gothic style to function as the universitys main administration building. In 1960, it was renamed for John J. Tigert, the universitys third president, who served from 1928 to 1947. Tigert Hall faces S.W. Thirteenth Street (U.S. 441), one of the m...
Rolfs Hall (also known as the Horticulture Sciences Building) is an historic building on the campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, United States. It is located in the northeastern section of the campus. It was designed in the Collegiate Gothic style by William Augustus Edwards and completed by Rudolph Weaver, who succeeded him as architect for the Florida Board of Control. On September 11, 1986, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Rolfs Hall is n...
The William G. Carleton Auditorium, built in 1954, is a historic building on the campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, in the United States. Like several other buildings on campus, it was designed by architect Guy Fulton in an early campus Brutalist style, and it is joined to Walker Hall by a breezeway. It seats 680 and was used as a lecture hall for the University College (predecessor to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences). In 1970, it was renamed for William G. Car...

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 The University Auditorium, originally known as the Memorial Auditorium and sometimes called the University of Florida Auditorium, is a historic building on the campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, in the United States. It was designed by William Augustus Edwards in the Collegiate Gothic style and was built between 1922-1924. It was restored and expanded in 1977 by architect James McGinley. The expansion, which added a new entrance and lobbies, was designed to complement b...
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field (popularly known as The Swamp) is the football stadium for the University of Florida and the home field of the universitys Florida Gators football team. It is located on the universitys Gainesville, Florida campus. The stadium was originally built in 1930, and has been regularly expanded, renovated and improved since then. Although it is the 12th largest college football stadium as measured by its official seating capacity of 88,548, attendance for the G...
Florida Gymnasium (commonly known as Florida Gym) is a historic building located on the campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. Design work was begun by university architect Rudolph Weaver during World War II and completed by his successor Guy Fulton. It replaced the old University Gymnasium built in 1915, which then became the Womens Gymnasium. Florida Gym opened in 1949 as a 7,000-seat multi-purpose arena that was home to the Florida Gators mens basketball team until it wa...
Culture of Gainesville, Florida, Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in Florida, Historic Florida architecture 1989 AIA survey listings in Alachua County, Visitor attractions in Gainesville, Florida, Buildings and structures in Gainesville, Florida, Post office buildings on the National Register of Historic Places in Florida, Courthouses on the National Register of Historic Places in Florida, Hidden categories:, CS1 errors: dates, Wikipedia articles in need of updating from Sept...
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Norman Hall (originally known as P. K. Yonge Laboratory School) is an historic academic building on the eastern campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. It was designed by architect Rudolph Weaver in the Collegiate Gothic style, and built in 1932. It originally housed the universitys research and development primary and secondary schools, but now is the principal building of the universitys College of Education. It is located on U.S. 441, near the southwest corner of S.W. 3rd...
Hogtown was a 19th-century settlement in and around what is now Westside Park in Gainesville, Florida, United States (in the northeast corner of the intersection of NW 8th Avenue and 34th Street) where a historical marker notes Hogtowns location at that site and is the eponymous outpost of the adjacent Hogtown Creek. Originally a village of Seminoles who raised hogs, the habitation was dubbed Hogtown by nearby white people who traded with the Seminoles. Indian artifacts were found at Glen Spring...

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The James G. Pressly Stadium at Percy Beard Track is a 4,500-seat dual-purpose stadium located on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville, Florida. The stadium is home to the Florida Gators womens soccer team and the mens and womens Florida Gators track and field teams. The facility was renamed in honor of university alumnus James G. Pressly, Jr. The track was named in honor of Percy Beard, a 1932 Olympic silver medalist and the former Gators track and field head coach for twenty-seven y...
The Old Gainesville Depot (also known as the Seaboard Air Line Depot or Baird Warehouse) is a historic site at 203 Southeast Depot Avenue in Gainesville, Florida. It was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places on November 22, 1996. Part of the Depot was built around 1860 to serve the Florida Railroad, which reached Gainesville from Fernandina in 1859. The depot was situated with tracks on both sides. Between 1892 and 1897 the depot was remodeled to provide two passenger waiting ro...
The Baughman Center consists of two buildings located along Lake Alice on the University of Florida campus. The main building is a 1,500-square-foot (140 m2) nondenominational chapel or pavilion, while the other one is an 1,000-square-foot (93 m2) administrative building. The chapel has seating for 96 people and is used for silent meditation, private contemplation, weddings, funerals and memorial services as well as a venue for small musical or performing arts events. The center, named after Dr....
 

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The Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts is a performing arts theatre in Gainesville, Florida, United States. It is located on the western side of the University of Florida campus. This facility presents some of the most established and emerging national and international artists on the main stage. In all, the Phillips Center consists of a 1,700-seat proscenium hall and a 200-seat Black Box Theatre. In 2000, retired Jacksonville surgeon Curtis M. Phillips provided The Barbara J. and...
 WXJZ (Party 100.9) is a commercial radio station in Gainesville, Florida, broadcasting to the Gainesville-Ocala, Florida area on 100.9 FM. The station is owned by JVC Media, LLC, through licensee JVC Media of Florida, LLC, and broadcasts a Dance Top 40 format billed as Party 100.9, whose direction is patterned after its sister station in Long Island, New York, WPTY. It started on 104.9 MHz before moving to the frequency of the former WYGC Gator Country 100.9. Simultaneously, WYGC moved to WXJZs ...
iDigBio, Integrated Digitized Biocollections, is the National Resource funded by the National Science Foundation for Advancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections (ADBC). Through iDigBio, data and images for millions of biological specimens are being curated, connected and made available in electronic format for the biological research community, government agencies, students, educators, and the general public. The mission of iDigBio is to develop a national infrastructure that supports the...
Culture of Gainesville, Florida, Evangelical churches in Florida, LGBT topics and Christianity, Islam-related controversies in North America, Christian denominations established in the 20th century, Religious organizations established in 1986, 1986 establishments in Florida, Buildings and structures in Gainesville, Florida, Organizations that oppose LGBT rights, Hidden categories:, CS1 German-language sources (de), All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from Sep... Dove World Outreach Center is a 50-member non-denominational charismatic Christian church led by pastor Terry Jones and his wife, Sylvia. After spending more than 25 years in Gainesville, Florida, the church sold its 20 acres (8 ha) of property in July 2013 and plans to relocate to Tampa. The church first gained notice during the late 2000s for its public displays and criticism of Islam and gays, and was designated as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center. It became widely known for it...
 Bivens Arm is a body of water in Gainesville, Florida. Located west of U.S. Route 441 and south of Archer Road, it is a part of Paynes Prairie. Bivens Arm is a small shallow lake covering approximately 189 acres in southwest Gainesville. Bivens Arm is a unique environment, which supports a wide diversity of plant and animal life in an urban setting. Tumblin Creek, which is fed by small springs and seeps, drains into Bivens Arm and is the primary source of drainage into the lake. Bivens Arm overf...
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The Morningside Nature Center is a living history site and nature education program located in Gainesville, Alachua County in the U.S. state of Florida and overseen by the city of Gainesville. The center maintains a small farm meant to simulate a North Florida family homestead from the mid-1800s. The farm includes a cabin and schoolhouse which were built in the 1840s and later moved to the site, along with newer farm buildings constructed as authentically as possible. On most weekends, volunteer...
 
 WRUF-LD is the callsign of a low-power television station that operates from the University of Floridas main campus in Gainesville, broadcasting on VHF channel 5, the former analog channel of sister station WUFT. Through the use of PSIP, WRUF maps to virtual channel 10 (reflecting its former analog channel). The station is carried by Cox Communications in Gainesville on channel 6; this is reflected in its logo. Most of WRUFs programming is devoted to local weather, with some news and sports cove...
 
 
 

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  Glen Springs is a 5th magnitude hydrological spring in Gainesville, Florida, United States located at 2424 NW 23rd Boulevard. For a time, it was the best place to swim and picnic in Gainesville, popular for more than four decades as a favorite recreation area. The property closed to the public in 1970, and after 40+ years, most residents are unaware that there is a spring-fed pool within their city limits.  

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