FLOR500, Garden 60 Theophalis May, Historic Preservationist (1927–2006) Theophalis May, a graduate of Florida A&M University and a self-taught preservationist, saved the landmark L&N Marine Terminal Building in Pensacola when he dismantled, moved, and reconstructed the building without benefit of blueprints. His restoration efforts also saved the historic Imogene Theater in Milton. He was awarded a Florida Folk Heritage Award in 1991.
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Theophalis May, Historic Preservationist

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Theophalis May, Historic Preservationist

(1927–2006)

Theophalis May, a graduate of Florida A&M University and a self-taught preservationist, saved the landmark L&N Marine Terminal Building in Pensacola when he dismantled, moved, and reconstructed the building without benefit of blueprints. His restoration efforts also saved the historic Imogene Theater in Milton. He was awarded a Florida Folk Heritage Award in 1991.  





 




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