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Douglas Anderson School of the Arts is named to honor Douglas Anderson, a highly respected African-American businessman, in 1948. Mr. Anderson was one of the most respected and best-loved citizens of South Jacksonville. He, along with W. R. Thorpe, spearheaded activities which led to securing the present school site and school building at San Diego and White Avenue. His interests in the school never ceased. He served as PTA president of the South Jacksonville School for many years. Mr. Anderson may be classed as a great humanitarian. He lived in Jacksonville for more than a half century. He was a member and official of the Bethel Baptist Institutional Church. Douglas Anderson is best known for his successful and untiring efforts to provide free transportation to Negro pupils in the county. For many years, he operated for a long time, the only buses servicing black children in Duval County.
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