Jacksonville, FL Fire, May 1901 - List of Losses

PARTIAL LIST OF LOSSES IN GREAT CONFLAGRATION

Jacksonville, Fla. May 4 - the following is a partial list of estimated valuations of property loss.

CLEAVELAND Manufacturing Company, $25,000. Commercial Bank $50,000; First National bank, $15,000. HUBBARD'S block $50,000, Industrial Savings and Trust Com- pany $5,000, Windsor hotel and annex, $35,000; St. James hotel $40,000, Hotel Placide, $15,000. Mohawk block, $50,000; GARDNER building, $200,000; KOHN FURCHGOTT (new), $75,000: Seminole Club, $15,000 Herkimer block, $25,000; Palmetto block $50,000; H & W B DREW, $15,000; Hotel Richelieu, $5,000; Ely block, $18,000; United States hotel, $40,000; Albemarle House, $5,000; CHRISTIE, GROVER & CO. (drugs), $100,000; McMURRY Livery Stable, $50,000; New York steam laundry, $18,000; R.D. KNIGHT & Co., $20,000; S.H. KRESS & Co., $10,000; A.B.CAMPBELL Company, $50,000; HEFIEY BROS., drugs, $10,000; Cable Piano Company, $5,000; Auditorium and skating rink, $30,000; C.C. BETTES, drugs, $18,000; police station, $8,000; GREENLEAF & CROSBY, $150,000; Merchants National bank, $10,000; Florida Hardware Company, $5,000; Fast Florida Printing Company, $20,000; RITZ- WALLER Shoe Company, $8,000; Belvedere saloon, $25,000; St. Johns hotel, $5,000; SMITH building, $28,000; Barton block, $8,000; St. Mary's orphanage, $30,000; Church Immaculate Conception and parsonage, convent, $110,000; COOKMAN Institute, colored, $10,000; First Baptist church, $10,000; St. John's Episcopal church, $50,000; McTyeire Memorial Southern Methodist, $35,000; W.S. WARE, residence $20,000; SENATOR TALIAFERRO'S home $10,000; J.R. PARROTT, residence, $20,000; MR. POLLOCK'S residence, $13,000; COLONEL H. BISBEE'S residence $10,000; JUDGE W.B. OWEN'S residence $5,000; COLONEL A.W. COCKRELL'S residence$13,000; First Christian Church, $5,000; Trinity Methodist Church, $15,000; synagogue, $12,000; Bethel Baptist Church, colored, $25,000; Ebenezer Methodist church, colored, $10,000; Lutheran Church $5,000; county courthouse, $60,000; county clerk's office, $10,000;city building, $110,000; Metropolis office, $20,000; COHEN BROS. store $35,000; DR. L'ENGLE, drugs, $30,000; SARDERSONS home, $20,000; county jail, $30,000; TIM MURPHY'S shop, $65,000; MERRILL-STEVENS shops, $70,000; JOHN G. CHRISTOPHER'S store, $20,000; FLEMING law building, $50,000; BISBEE law building, $40,000; EMERY buildings, $130,000; board of trade building, $30,000; Stanton, Duval and High schools, $50,000; Reed block, $75,000; CLARK Furniture store, $30,000; McCONNIHE building, $50,000; WILLIAM BYRNE, $50, 000; MRS. OCHUS, $20,000; WILLIAM BAYA $50,000; Odd Fellows hall, $10,000; MULLER building, $35,000; BRISTOL building, $20,000; WILLIAM BOSTWICK, $40,000; J.R. PORTER, dwelling, $40,000.

The Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta, GA 5 May 1901