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News Release (February 29, 1968)


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News Release (February 29, 1968)
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Special to Sarasota Scene; 1 - 128 - 2/29/68
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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February 29, 1968


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1 128 -2/29/68 Ref.: Furman c. Arthur / South Pall is lts name now. is its character. once lived of the family. professors now teach, students le:llrn, and ad :l,n{strators work. S lUth Fall is the ne\-1est bu1.ldinrr on the t'e\v C:olle"e caf7!pus and vet it is not n w. lany ra ot n no i as the formet home of Hester daurrhter f C'harles inr-linrr. The huilding is, as of fact, 1oined y a colonnade to the ni k Mar le nansion that w bui t bv purchased in 1962 and that nm" houses the collerre was purchased by the in 1966 to rrive additional and badly needed space for offices and classrooms. South Pall has touches of Spani: h in itr:; lines and es-pecially in 1.ts red harrel-t1 roo in tl'e elerrant 1 ivin? room, the. use of til f r floors and the liberal tse o iron. !thou h the house was completelv renovat d a4='tcr itA acquisit:fon, not much has chRnp,ed since the relativclv recep.t tie wlen Hrs. Sanford lived there with some of her family. The great living room,, two stories above its multi-colored tile floor, has been decorated with rugs and furniture mindful of the era in which the house waR built. Tt is used ns a lounge. more


2 Harpsichord music frequentl floats down from one of the twin third-floor tower rooms, where mu ic faculty work and so timen !;erved th 'eals no is uc forth from the large kitchen that o'IT'e and ecretnries wor' w!l<.>r once the> stove located. The din:in, room till i,q forth t purpose and sorn tineA used for catered dinners, but nore knowled e i.s served un ovc>r its ornat hl tl r fno There r n cars in the for there is no lonp,er a R;arage. Clo ed in and made the double cc1r s nee now is a nnd small auditoriuM or d s. President John Rlmendorf works in a For!'ler bedroom on the second floor, an catt red t rou h re ni.nder o nre various adMinistrPti e office plu space ror processors of art, literature, and nsvcholoo Of the> 22 r ms in the buildin 10t on is wasted for there is a use for each. As a matter of fact, two new offices were created by enclo inrr a front balconv of the se p of forf"l 1 fe of r 'h m; :f t'e>vived ,.,.hen e Pocia PVents ar held tl( Th n, n eAts f"ll the living room, it is remembered that t really :is A house, but now en a no-nonsense ,;nan of life in the service of education.

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