Jacksonville during the Civil War. Sam A. Cooley, far-right at the end, with his photography crew. You can see the type of cameras used during this time period. The photograph was taken either in Jacksonville or Beaufort, South Carolina. Cooley was first based in Beaufort. (Library of Congress)

The Jacksonville Terminal’s Black waiting room in 1921 during the Great Migration. (State Archives of Florida)

Upscale residences along West Church Street, looking west from Hogan Street, in the decade following the Great Fire of 1901. (Library of Congress)

Hogans Creek and Waterworks Park. (Library of Congress)

The Jacksonville Shipyards (State Archives of Florida)

A 1930s aerial of Downtown Jacksonville taken over LaVilla. (Howard Lawson)

A look down Bay Street a few years after the Great Fire of 1901. (State Archives of Florida)

The St. Johns River waterfront in Fairfield with the new Mathews Bridge in the background. (State Archives of Florida)

Broad Street in LaVilla prior to 1920. (State Archives of Florida)

Looking west at the intersection of Broad and Bay Streets in LaVilla. (State Archives of Florida)