H. Miller Caldwell, Jr.

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H. Miller Caldwell, Jr.
Born June 19, 1950
Occupation Architect
Spouse Deborah Davidson
Children Miller III and Avery Caldwell

Harry Miller Caldwell, Jr. (b. 1950) is a Pensacola architect and president of Caldwell Associates, which he founded in 1986.

Caldwell is a sixth generation Pensacolian who grew up in North Hill[1] and attended the A. V. Clubbs School and Pensacola High School. He received an associate's of arts degree from Pensacola Junior College in 1970 and a bachelor's of science degree in architecture from University of Florida in 1974. Returning to Pensacola, he joined the firm of Lock & Morrison, then worked with architects Hugh Leitch, Ken Woolf (with whom he helped restore the Brent and Blount Buildings) and Ellis Bullock before starting his own firm, Caldwell Associates, in 1986.

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  1. "Architect proud of park's potential." Pensacola News Journal, February 28, 2005.
  2. "Luna court is at last in its place." Pensacola News Journal, June 18, 2000.
  3. "PACE winner takes advice of his family." Pensacola News Journal, May 7, 2004.