FLOR500, Garden 192 Franklin Waldo Smith, Architect and Historic Preservationist (1826–1911) Smith was a renowned Boston architect who spent winters in St. Augustine. He used the local coquina to build his Moorish-style home, known as Villa Zorayda. Smith constructed the Casa Monica Hotel in St. Augustine in 1891, in the Moorish Revival Style. Smith persuaded Henry Flagler to adopt Spanish-style architecture for his Florida resorts.
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Franklin Waldo Smith, Architect and Historic Preservationist

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Franklin Waldo Smith, Architect and Historic Preservationist

(1826–1911)

Smith was a renowned Boston architect who spent winters in St. Augustine. He used the local coquina to build his Moorish-style home, known as Villa Zorayda. Smith constructed the Casa Monica Hotel in St. Augustine in 1891, in the Moorish Revival Style. Smith persuaded Henry Flagler to adopt Spanish-style architecture for his Florida resorts. 





 




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