Jacksonville history 3 Sears ‘Kit Homes’ Known To Still Exist In Jacksonville. Might You Have The 4th? By Sydney Boles • Apr 7, 2021 Courtesy Wayne Wood The nonprofit Riverside-Avondale Preservation is spotlighting a set of remarkable buildings in Jacksonville: three build-it-yourself homes you could order from the Sears Catalog - also known as the “Big Book” - in the early part of the 20th century. The Jaxson On WJCT: Mandarin Museum Strives To Tell A More Inclusive Story By Jessica Palombo • Oct 23, 2019 Jessica Palombo / WJCT News Listen Listening... / 4:10 Hear The Jaxson on WJCT segment airing on 89.9 FM during Morning Edition. A few years back, Jacksonville’s Mandarin Museum and Historical Society acquired an old African American schoolhouse and opened it to the public. The Jaxson: 2 Remarkable Women In Jacksonville History (With Rhyming Names) By WJCT News Staff • Mar 20, 2019 Bill Bortzfield/WJCT News / Florida State Archives Listen Listening... / 3:34 Hear the Jaxson on WJCT segment airing on 89.9 WJCT March is Women’s History Month. Jacksonville’s piece of that history includes two notable women who lived here at the turn of the last century — and who happen to have rhyming names.