Approximately 100 "Marching Marjorys" with "cotton dresses, thick eyeglasses and ... trademart straw hats" plan to march in this year's King Mango Strut, protesting the proposed move of Marjorie Stoneman Douglas' Coconut Grove House. (see previous post)
Florida newspapers are reporting further details about the proposed move and the swirling debate between the people who want to preserve the house at its original site, the people who want to preserve the house at a new site, and the people who just want the house gone.
"Everglades Crusader's Cottage Spurs Fight" (Orlando Sentinel, Dec. 25, 2006)
"History on the Move" (The Ledger, Dec. 27, 2006)
"Local Perspectives" (Miami Herald, Dec. 9, 2006)
"Conserving the Conservationist" (St. Petersburg Times, Aug. 20, 2006)
Link to Historic American Building Survey documentation of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas House, which includes 8 pages of drawings.
The Marjory Stoneman Douglas Bibliography includes a section "Saving Marjory Stoneman Douglas' Home," with a link to photographs of the house.