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Addison Mizner

Addison Mizner was Florida's leading architect in the 1920s. He established his own Spanish and Mediterranean Revival style that became the architectural signature of Florida.

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The Everglades Club
It was sewing machine heir Paris Singer who persuaded Mizner to help him build a convalescent hospital for World War I injured military officers. But by the time the hospital opened, the war was over, and soon it morphed into the club.
Paris Singer
An early resident of Palm Beach and known for his family Singer Sewing Machine Company's fame. He was the president of the Everglades Club and the reason why architect Mizner arrived in Palm Beach in 1918.

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