FLOR500, Garden 157 Henrietta Cuttino Dozier, Architect (1872–1947) In 1899 Henrietta Dozier graduated with an architecture degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Born in Fernandina, she worked in Atlanta for many years before moving to Jacksonville in 1914. Dozier designed several homes, churches, and apartment buildings. The building she was most proud of designing in Jacksonville was the Federal Reserve Bank building. She was a strong proponent of rammed-earth construction.
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Henrietta Cuttino Dozier, Architect

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Henrietta Cuttino Dozier, Architect  

(1872–1947)

In 1899 Henrietta Dozier graduated with an architecture degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Born in Fernandina, she worked in Atlanta for many years before moving to Jacksonville in 1914.  Dozier designed several homes, churches, and apartment buildings. The building she was most proud of designing in Jacksonville was the Federal Reserve Bank building. She was a strong proponent of rammed-earth construction. 





 




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