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Gardner-McCall House (1928-31)

   Designed by Alvin Roger Moore A.I.A. of Tallahassee, and built by Albritton-Williams for Ignatz Gardner, this Spanish-style architecture is unique in Quincy but typical of Florida in the 1920s. Gardner, a native of Prague, Czechoslovakia, came to Quincy from Minneapolis with the development of the shade tobacco industry prior to 1900. He served as president of Max Wedeles’s Tobacco Company. Francis McCall purchased the home in 1954. J. Leon Hoffman, a landscaped engineer from Houston, Texas, designed the grounds which included exterior lighting and in the back garden a gold fish pool. The house is currently owned by Esther H. McCall.

235 East King Street
Quincy, FL 32351