Burgert Brothers Photos of
Hyde Park

From Swann Avenue south to Hillsborough Bay and from Rome Avenue east to Hillsborough Bay

 

Of the 14,000 plus photos in the Tampa-Hillsborough County Library's collection of photos of Tampa taken by the Burgert Brothers, I have found around 150 that are of our immediate neighborhood .  The list below contiains a few additional ones of places very close but outside our official boundaries, since I think they help us better understand our neighborhood.  Examples are Gorrie School and where Bayshore used to terminate at Magnolia.

All images here are Courtesy of the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System.

If you would like to investigate the Burgert Collection further, I have made and easily searchable index at http://www.lamartin.com/burgert/.

The descriptions were, I assume,  made by the photographer.  My comments will be in brackets. Corrections encouraged (send to lamartin@tampabay.rr.com)

PhotoStreetYearDescription
Photo1906Pile-driving on Spanish Town Creek Bridge in Hyde Park : Tampa, Fla. [Spanish Town Creek ran from NW to SE passing north of our neighborhood and entered Hillsborough Bay just east of Magnolia Avenue.]
Photo1926Hyde Park and city skyline: Tampa, Fla. [Probably taken from the Seville. The houses in the foreground are on Oregon.]
Photo1926Hyde Park residences looking east across Hillsborough Bay to Davis Islands: Tampa, Fla. [Probably taken from the Seville. Morrison Ave. is on the left, the original St John's Church in the center and 902 S Oregon in lower left.]
Photo1928Hyde Park, with downtown in background, seen from Seville Apartments : Tampa, Fla. [First row of houses facing us is on Oregon]
PhotoBayshore1915Automobile on Bayshore Boulevard (1500 block) looking southeast towards shoreline: Tampa, Fla. [When we look at the photo, we are actually looking south west]
PhotoBayshore1920Residence of Charles H. Moorehouse at 841 Bayshore Boulevard: Tampa, Fla. [According to the writing on the photo, this is actually the garage of a house for C H Moorehouse that never got built. 840 S Boulevard is the house to the left.]
PhotoBayshore1920Bungalow residence of Nellie H. McFarlane at 829 Bayshore Boulevard, front and side facades: Tampa, Fla. ([ are no houses to the east between it and 819 Bayshore.]
PhotoBayshore1920Intersection of Bayshore Drive and South Boulevard : Tampa, Fla. [This same photo is later described as being taken in 1925. The house on the left is 901 Bayshore.]
PhotoBayshore1920Bayshore Boulevard, single-road stage, with lamp-post balustrade, viewed from east end: Tampa, FL. [The house with the destinctive dormers is 1001, and the house roof we see on the left belongs to 905 Bayshore.]
PhotoBayshore1920View of sea-wall and houses along Bayshore Boulevard: Tampa, Fla. [The first house on the right with the palm in front is 725 S Brevard, the next is 801 Bayshore and the last on the left is 829.]
PhotoBayshore1921Bayshore Boulevard view south with residences overlooking Hillsborough Bay: Tampa, Fla. [From right to left: 725 S Brevard, 801 Bayshore, 815 Bayshore and 819 Bayshore. 829 is the last house on the left.]
PhotoBayshore1921Seawall and houses along Bayshore Boulevard (800-900 blocks) Tampa, Fla. [The first house on the right with the palm in front is 725 S Brevard, the next is 801 Bayshore.]
PhotoBayshore1921Bayshore Boulevard balustrade along sea wall and homes facing the bay: Tampa, Fla. [From right to left: 725 S Brevard, 801 Bayshore, 815 Bayshore and 819 Bayshore.]
PhotoBayshore1921Hurricane-damaged house of J. Brown Wallace at 1101 Bayshore Boulevard: Tampa, Fla.
PhotoBayshore1921View of flooded South Delaware Avenue and residence of Henry E. Snow on 1001 Bayshore Boulevard after hurricane: Tampa, Fla [No house yet at 1005.]
PhotoBayshore1922Automobile traffic on Bayshore Boulevard looking northeast: Tampa, Fla. [First house on the left is 1507 Bayshore; the next in view is possible 1501.]
PhotoBayshore1922Looking southwest along Bayshore Boulevard and homes near Edison Avenue intersection: Tampa, Fla. [Probably taken from 901 Bayshore, we see then roof of 905 the the side of 1001 Bayshore.]
PhotoBayshore1922Bayshore Boulevard and Inman Avenue, with view of Hillsborough Bay and group of palms : Tampa, FL.
PhotoBayshore1923Looking southwest along Bayshore Boulevard at houses and waterfront, from intersection of Inman Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [Probably taken from 725 S Brevard, the first house we see just past Inman is 801 Bayshore.]
PhotoBayshore1924View of Bayshore Boulevard from Davis Islands: Tampa, Fla. [The first house on the right is 819 Bayshore; the first on the left is 901 Bayshore.]
PhotoBayshore1924Houses along Bayshore Boulevard viewed from Hillsborough Bay : Tampa, Fla [centered on the 800 block of Bayshore]
PhotoBayshore1925Bayshore Boulevard from South Newport Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [From the left on Bayshore: Just a little of 1101, then 1005, 1001, 907…]
PhotoBayshore1925View of Bayshore Boulevard looking west from South Dakota Avenue: Tampa, Fla [Where the road jogs is the intersection with Rome Avenue.]
PhotoBayshore1925Bayshore Boulevard residences (1000 block) looking east from South Delaware Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [From left to right on Bayshore: 1005, 1001, 907, 905 (just a bit of its roof) and 901.]
PhotoBayshore1925Homes along Bayshore Boulevard near Oregon Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [The first house on the left is at 1401 Bayshore (at Orleans); the next house is 1209, followed by 1201, the house with columns.]
PhotoBayshore1925Speedboat races with spectators watching along Bayshore Boulevard crowded with parked cars : Tampa, FL.
PhotoBayshore1925Corner of Bayshore Boulevard and South Boulevard : Tampa, Fla. [This same file also has a 1920 date. The house is 901Bayshore.]
PhotoBayshore1925Tampa Bay Regatta speedboat races in Hillsborough Bay along Bayshore Boulevard : Tampa, Fla. [The house is 1507 Bayshore.]
PhotoBayshore1925Crowds watching speedboat racing in Hillsborough Bay along Bayshore Boulevard : Tampa, Fla.[1001 Bayshore is the first house on the left, followed by 907 Bayshore.]
PhotoBayshore1925View of Bayshore Boulevard from vacant lot: Tampa, Fla. [725 Brevard is first on the left with just a bit of 801 Bayshore visible, then 815, 819, a vacant area, then 823, possibly another house, the palm tree and finallly 829.]
PhotoBayshore1926Skyline of Davis Islands as seen from Inman Avenue and Bayshore Boulevard: Tampa, Fla. [Note: the old seawall and no concrete median for Bayshore]
PhotoBayshore1926Wooden bridge connecting Davis Islands to Bayshore Boulevard: Tampa, Fla.
PhotoBayshore1926Bayshore Boulevard (900-1400 blocks) looking northeast from near South Orleans towards houses, Hillsborough Bay and Davis Islands: Tampa, Fla. [Looks to be same as 11 photos previous.]
PhotoBayshore1926Looking northeast from S. B. Owens residence at 1403 Bayshore Boulevard: Tampa, Fla. [The columns are of 1403; the next house is 1401.]
PhotoBayshore1926View over Hyde Park toward downtown from roof of Bayshore Hotel: Tampa, Fla. [From the Bayshore Royal at Howard Avenue and Bayshore--west of our neighborhood.]
PhotoBayshore1926Lighthouse Service Station at 620 Magnolia Avenue in Hyde Park: Tampa, Fla. [At the NE corner of Magnolia and Bayshore. Existed into the 1980s]
PhotoBayshore1927Traffic on Bayshore Boulevard (400-800 blocks) looking southwest from near Magnolia Avenue : Tampa, Fla. [725 Brevard is first house on theleft; 801 Bayshore is the second.]
PhotoBayshore1927Artist's rendering of Bayshore Boulevard promenade on moonlit night, with Davis Islands in background: Tampa, Fla.
PhotoBayshore1927George Booker home at 1201 Bayshore Boulevard: Tampa, Fla. [Note: no large water oaks in front as is the case now]
PhotoBayshore1927Davis Islands viewed from 1507 Bayshore Boulevard (intersection with Dakota Avenue) across road surface and Hillsborough Bay: Tampa, Fla. [Same as one above ?]
PhotoBayshore1927Waterfront along Bayshore Boulevard looking northeast towards David Islands: Tampa, Fla. [Where Bayshore ended and turned onto Magnolia
PhotoBayshore1929Bayshore Boulevard facing East near 900 block, Davis Islands in background: Tampa, Fla.
PhotoBayshore1932Shoreline along Bayshore Boulevard, between Platt Street and Davis Islands Bridges: Tampa, Fla. [Looking southwest. Note there is no Bayshore Boulevard]
PhotoBayshore1933Dr. C.A. Radisill residence, 1101 Bayshore Boulevard, with view of street traffic: Tampa, Fla. [1101 on the left and 1005 behind the palm]
PhotoBayshore1934Service station at intersection of Bayshore Boulevard, Swann and Magnolia Avenues with Hillsborough Bay on the left: Tampa, Fla. [Note: Bayshore turns into Magnolia. Gulf oil station]
PhotoBayshore1935Bayshore Boulevard and Hillsborough Bay looking east from residential lawn with canvas furniture, : Tampa, FL. [Not sure of location]
PhotoBayshore1936Gulf Oil Corporation of Pennsylvania service station at the intersection of Bayshore Boulevard and Swann Avenue: Tampa, Fla.
PhotoBayshore1936Property at the corner of Bayshore Boulevard and Brevard Avenue looking northeast; service station and home in background: Tampa, Fla. [There are actually two service stations: Gulf on the west and Sunoco on the east side of Magnolia.]
PhotoBayshore1936Residence at Bayshore Boulevard and Brevard Avenue, front and side facades, Tampa Bay in distance: Tampa, Fla. [house facing Brevard. Gulf station in the background]
PhotoBayshore1936Hyde Park aerial view from over bay centering on Bayshore Boulevard near South Boulevard: Tampa, Fla. [house in cdenter at peak of curve is 829 Bayshore]
PhotoBayshore1938Aerial view of Bayshore Boulevard and Hyde Park: Tampa, Fla.
PhotoBayshore1939Docks along Bayshore Boulevard in Hyde Park: Tampa, Fla. [Est of Davis Islands bridge]
PhotoBayshore1939Lorenne M. Turner residence at Bayshore Boulevard and South Oregon Avene: Tampa, Fla. [1501 Bayshore, then a vacant lot, then side of 14o3 on the far right]
PhotoBayshore1939Hillsborough Bay, Bayshore Boulevard, Hyde Park and north end of Davis Islands as seen from above Platt Street Bridge: Tampa, Fla.
PhotoBayshore1939Bayshore Boulevard and Hyde Park, aerial view looking northeast: Tampa, Fla.
PhotoBayshore1939Aerial view of Bayshore Boulevard and downtown Tampa from Rome Avenue southeast: Tampa, Fla. [St Johns Church is obvious in the far left middle.]
PhotoBayshore1939Bayshore Boulevard along south edge of Hyde Park with Tampa Electric power plant and boat docks: Tampa, Fla. [east of Davis Islands bridge]
PhotoBayshore1948Intersection of Bayshore Boulevard and South Dakota Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [1507 Bayshore]
PhotoBayshore1948Automobile traffic on Bayshore Boulevard looking southwest from near Magnolia Avenue: Tampa, Fla.
PhotoBayshore1949Bayshore Boulevard looking southwest from South Boulevard: Tampa, Fla
PhotoBayshore1949Home of Stanley L. Hughes at 901 Bayshore Boulevard : Tampa, Fla. [Should be Stanley Hughey]
PhotoBayshore1951Bayshore Boulevard, looking south from Magnolia Avenue, showing concrete pipes : Tampa, Fla.
PhotoBayshore1951Sewer pipes by the side of Bayshore Boulevard, looking southwest from Magnolia Avenue : Tampa, Fla.
PhotoBayshore1954Bayshore Boulevard north from Rome Avenue, aerial view: Tampa, Fla.
PhotoBayshore1963Intersection of Swann Avenue and South Boulevard, looking northeast : Tampa, Fla. [Looking north east]
PhotoBoulevard1913Hyde Park Grammar School buildings on northeast corner of DeLeon Street and South Boulevard, front and side facades: Tampa, Fla
PhotoBoulevard1925Eclectic Revival residence of Sheldon Stringer at 801 South Boulevard, front and side facades: Tampa, Fla. [The house in the background is 809 S Boulevard.]
PhotoBoulevard1921Kirkland residence, 832 South Boulevard, single-story, cedar-shingled structure with front eave and full awnings on porch : Tampa, FL. [830 S Boulevard is slighty in view on the left]
PhotoBoulevard1947Home of Mrs. Marie Dawson at 709 South Boulevard : Tampa, Fla. [Part of 705 visible on the right]
PhotoBrevard1921Newly constructed wood-frame, two-story house of Frank McPherson at 723 South Brevard Avenue, front and side facades: Tampa, Fla.
PhotoBrevard1921Residence at 725 South Brevard Avenue looking east from Inman Avenue towards Bayshore Boulevard: Tampa, Fla. [at one time called 723 S Brevard]
PhotoBrevard1921Unusual stone and wood-frame house of Frank McPherson at 725 South Brevard Avenue, corner of Bayshore Boulevard: Tampa, Fla.[722 S Fielding visible to the rear and 723 S Brevard to the right]
PhotoBrevard1926Wood frame residence of L. Edwin Hall at 711 South Brevard Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [707 to the right and 715 to the left are visable]
PhotoBrevard1949House at southwest corner of Swann and Brevard avenues : Tampa, Fla. [707 S Brevard visible on the left]
PhotoDakota1921V. L. Mena residence, 830 South Dakota Avenue, single-story wood-frame with extended brick front porch with timbered gable : Tampa, FL. [834 visible on the right]
PhotoDakota1921E.B. Quinby residence, 907 South Dakota Avenue, wood-frame; double-gabled roof; half front brick-based porch: Tampa, FL. [909 S Dakota to the left]
PhotoDakota1921Suburban cottage residence of Emile U. Nores, Jr., at 815 South Dakota Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [torn down for Hyde Park Village]
PhotoDakota1922Mullen Park Filling Station on northeast corner of South Dakota and Inman (1500 block) avenues: Tampa, Fla
PhotoDakota1924Stucco apartment building located at 1003 South Dakota Avenue : Tampa, Fla. [1001 S Dakota to the right]
PhotoDakota1924Stucco apartment building located at 1003 South Dakota Avenue : Tampa, Fla. [1013 S Dakota to the left
PhotoDakota1925View of Bungalow residence at 1010 South Dakota Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [1012 apartments to the right]
PhotoDakota1925South Dakota Avenue street scene (900 block) at intersection of Morrison Avenue (1500 block): Tampa, Fla. [looking north on Dakota. Sign for Seville construction; 1507 Morrision is middle house
PhotoDakota1925Street scene at intersection of South Dakota (900 block) and Morrison (1500 block) Avenues showing Erler Corporation billboard: Tampa, Fla. [Looking east on Morrison, 1507 on left]
PhotoDakota1925Apartment building at the corner of Morrison and Dakota Avenues: Tampa, Fla. [Dakota side]
PhotoDakota1925Two story Eclectic Revival residence with front porch of Thomas Higgen at 833 South Dakota Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [831 visible on the right]
PhotoDakota1925Street scene at intersection of South Dakota (900 block) and Morrison (1500 block) Avenues showing Erler Corporation billboard: Tampa, Fla. [Looking south on Dakota; Seville sign on left; 906 on left beind sign ?]
PhotoDakota1926Two apartment houses at 1101-1103 South Dakota Avenue: Tampa, Fla.
PhotoDakota1926Mediterranean Revival multi-story facade of Seville Apartments at 902 South Dakota Avenue, on southeast corner with Morrison Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [901 S Oregon to the left and 906 S Dakota to the right]
PhotoDakota1926Six-story Seville Apartments at 902 South Dakota Avenue, Mediterranean Revival with stucco exterior, facade view from northwest: Tampa, Fla. [906 S Dakota to the right]
PhotoDakota1927Thompson Apartments, 901 South Dakota Avenue, southwest corner of Dakota and Morrison Avenues: Tampa, Fla. [903 S Dakota to the left and 1608 W Morrision to the right]
PhotoDakota1927Thompson Apartments, 901 South Dakota Avenue, southwest corner of Dakota and Morrison Avenues: Tampa, Fla. [903 S Dakota to the left]
PhotoDakota1928View of Hyde Park houses, looking northeast toward downtown from Seville Apartments on South Dakota Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [The tip of the house on lower right is 826 S oregon; the next house to the left is 824, and the next to the left is 822.]
PhotoDakota1931Morrison and Dakota Avenue intersection, Seville Apartments to left (east): (Hyde Park) Tampa, Fla. [looking south]
PhotoDakota1934Seville Apartments, 902 South Dakota Avenue, multi-story building with tile roof and awnings: Tampa, Fla. [906 S Dakota to the right]
PhotoDakota1934Seville Apartments, 902 South Dakota Avenue, multi-story building with awnings and partial view of nearby residence: Tampa, Fla. [906 S Dakota to right with different front from now]
PhotoDakota1936Thompson Apartments, 901 Dakota Avenue, two-story brick building with tile roof: Tampa, Fla.
PhotoDakota1947Pearce Apartments, 1012 South Dakota Avenue, looking southeast : Tampa, Fla.
PhotoDakota1947Pearce Apartments, 1012 South Dakota Avenue, looking northeast : Tampa, Fla.
PhotoDelaware1921Bungalow style residence of Arthur C. Le Claire at 713 South Delaware Avenue in Hyde Park: Tampa, Fla. [Garage of 711 S Delaware on the rght and part of 715 S Delaware on left]
PhotoDelaware1921M.L. Bize residence, 846 South Delaware Avenue, two-story wood-frame, screened porch, side bay window, with child's wagon: Tampa, FL. [844 S Delaware on left]
PhotoDelaware1922Home of T. R. Young, 709 South Delaware Avenue : Tampa, Fla. [Drive to 701 on the right and 711 S Delaware on left; also the house on Newport behind 709]
PhotoDelaware1922Residence of Thomas F. Alexander at 711 South Delaware Avenue, front and side facades: Tampa, Fla. [Totally different front now; 709 S Delaware on the right]
PhotoDelaware1924Newly constructed residence of Howard P. MacFarlane at 903 South Delaware Avenue, wood frame two-story house: Tampa, Fla. [901 S Delaware to the right]
PhotoDelaware1924Home of Guerra Ambrosio, 701 South Delaware Avenue : Tampa, Fla. [Replaced by new home; 709 S Delaware to the left]
PhotoDelaware1925Colonial Revival house at 711 South Delaware Avenue, front and side facades: Tampa, Fla. [Totally different front now]
PhotoDelaware1925Bungalow style Solomon Maas home at 831 South Delaware Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [829 S Delaware to the right and the drivewayof 845 to the left]
PhotoDelaware1925Eclectic Revival residence at 710 South Delaware Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [708 S Delaware visable on the left]
PhotoDelaware1926Bungalow residence at 719 South Delaware Avenue in Hyde Park: Tampa, Fla. [717 S Delaware on the right]
PhotoDelaware1926Street view of two-story wood-frame residence of Morris Wolf at 901 South Delaware Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [903 S Delaware on the left]
PhotoEdison1921Philip Shore residence, 801 [really 806] South Edison Avenue, two-story foursquare with extended front porch with trellises and front awnings: Tampa, FL. [804 S Edison on the left and 808 under construction on the right]
PhotoEdison1921Bungalow house of Addison Logan at 804 South Edison Avenue, looking towards bay: Tampa, Fla. [Looking South on Edison: 804, 806, 808,enmpty lot (810, 812 (nolonger exists) and more]
PhotoEdison1921View of houses on Edison Street (700-800 blocks) in Hyde Park, looking north: Tampa, Fla. [Looking north: On left: 727, 717, more then Wilson JHS with flag. On right: 806, others then either 712 or 714]
PhotoEdison1921Four homes on South Edison Avenue, single story, varying architectural styles : Tampa, FL. [???Possibly 812 (destroyed), 814, 816 (replaced with current brick house?),818 and 820 (modified ?)]
PhotoEdison1921Residence at 709 South Edison Avenue, stucco exterior, raised half basement with tile roof, full-front porch and screened side porch: Tampa, FL. [Is 703 or 701 S Edison under construction to the right?]
PhotoEdison1921Residence at 804 South Edison Avenue, single-story, wood dwelling with full front porch with screened section balanced by carport : Tampa, FL. [806 on the right]
PhotoEdison1922Woodrow Wilson Junior High School at 1003 Swann Avenue (intersecting Edison Avenue), brick front and side facades: Tampa, Fla. [Driveway for 701 S Edison at lower right]
PhotoEdison1924Vernacular, picturesque residence of Henry G. Davis at 826 South Edison Avenue, front and side facades: Tampa, Fla. [ demolished and replaced at least twice; 824 on the left]
PhotoEdison1926Dwellings on South Edison Avenue (800 block), looking south: Tampa, Fla [Looking south: 804 S Edison, 806, 808 obscured, 810, 812 (burned and others]
PhotoEdison1926Residence of Russell H. Tarr at 806 South Edison Avenue, two-story wood with attic, awnings and front porch with trellis: (Hyde Park) Tampa, Fla.
PhotoEdison1926Dwellings on South Edison Avenue (800 block), looking north: Tampa, Fla. [On left: 801, 727, 717; On right: 804, 802, 714 and others]
PhotoFielding1925Bungalow style residence of Daniel Galvin at 711 South Fielding Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [713 S Fielding to the left]
PhotoMorrison1954Looking east on Morrison Avenue toward Orleans : Tampa, Fla.
PhotoMorrison1919Home of Harold J. Watrous, 1301 Morrison Avenue Tampa, Fla. [1307 to the left]
PhotoNewport1925Home of Henry Leiman, 716 South Newport Avenue : Tampa, Fla. [under construction]
PhotoNewport1927Architectural drawing of home of B. R. Hinson, at 847 South Newport, at northwest corner of Newport and Morrison avenues : Tampa, Fla.
PhotoNewport1925Home of Edwin L. McElmurry, 839 South Newport Avenue : Tampa, Fla.
PhotoOregon1921D.H. Austin residence, 716 South Oregon Avenue, one-story wood with cedar shingled attic and brick pillared full front porch : Tampa, FL. [718 s Oregon to the right and on the left the house on Orleans behind 716]
PhotoOregon1921Gordon residence, 821 South Oregon Avenue, landscaped wood single story with front gable, full front porch and ornamental brickwork chimney: Tampa, FL. [819 and 817 S Oregon to the right]
PhotoOregon1921Eclectic Revival residence of J. T. Park at 826 South Oregon Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [824 S Oregon to the left]
PhotoOregon1921Residence on South Oregon Avenue, two-story stucco exterior with gables and porch awnings; detached garage with fenced yard: Tampa, FL. [This is 800 S Oregon with 804 or 806 to the right. And 802 and 801 S Orleans on left]
PhotoOregon1922Dwellings on the southwest corner of Watrous Avenue and South Oregon Avenue (house numbers 1001-1015) : Tampa, Fla.[1001 S Oregon is on the corner
PhotoOregon1922House at 812 South Oregon Avenue, single story clapboard : front and screened porch and roof gable : Tampa, FL. [810 appears to be on the left]
PhotoOregon1925Apartment house at 818 South Oregon Avenue, front and side facades: Tampa, Fla. [816 appears on the right]
PhotoOrleans1921Bungalow style residence at 916 South Orleans Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [Where St Johns School is now]
PhotoOrleans1924Home of J. G. Anderson, 809 South Orleans Avenue : Tampa, Fla. [811 S Orleans to the left]
PhotoOrleans1925Picturesque, vernacular residence of E. W. Monrose at 911 South Orleans Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [911 has different appearance now. 909 is to the right]
PhotoOrleans1927American four square residence of D. B. McKay, at 824 South Orleans Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [822 is visible to the left]
PhotoOrleans1930St. John's By-the-Sea Episcopal Church at 902 South Orleans Avenue, bell tower entrance and side facade: Tampa, Fla.
PhotoOrleans1936Front facade of St. John's By-the-Sea Episcopal Church at 902 South Orleans Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [is the old church visible to the right ?]
PhotoOrleans1954Men working at the northwest corner of South Orleans and Morrison avenues : Tampa, Fla [On the left: 825 and 823 S Orleans]
PhotoRome1921House at 821 South Rome, single story wood with windowed gables and portechochere: Tampa, Fla. [Kate Jackson playground ?]
PhotoRome1921Residence of Georgia Peters at 816 South Rome Avenue in Hyde Park: Tampa, Fla [Replaced now; 818 to the right, also replaced]
PhotoRome1926Beasley Apartments, 718 South Rome Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [Hyde Park Village now]
PhotoRome1926Apartment building at 916 South Rome Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [Driveway for 918 S rome]
PhotoRome1930Intersection of Watrous and South Rome Avenue with butcher shop, pharmacy, restaurant and grocery stores : Tampa, FL. [The writing on the photo should read Looking west on Watrous]
PhotoRome1930Watrous Avenue, view East, at intersection with South Rome Avenue, from northwest corner: (Hyde Park) Tampa, Fla.
PhotoRome1930Streetcar tracks in brick pavement on South Rome Avenue at intersection of Watrous with Piggly Wiggly on southwest corner : Tampa, FL. [Looking south on Rome at Watrous intersection]
PhotoRome1930Streetcar tracks to North on South Rome Avenue with view of Bayshore Pharmacy : Tampa, FL. [just south of Watrous]
PhotoSwann1915Woodrow Wilson Junior High School on the corner of 1003 Swann and Edison Avenues: Tampa, Fla.
PhotoSwann1926Woodrow Wilson Junior High School at 1003 Swann Avenue (intersecting with Edison Avenue), brick front and side facades: Tampa, Fla.
PhotoSwann1968Hyde Park Branch Library at 705 Swann Avenue : Tampa, Fla.
PhotoWillow1920Two-story wood frame house at 719 South Willow Avenue in Hyde Park: Tampa, Fla. [717 S Willow to the right]
PhotoWillow1921Side view of Colonial Revival residence on 801 South Willow Avenue, on the corner with Inman Avenue: Tampa, Fla. [805, 809, and probably 813 to the left]
PhotoWillow1922Residence of Sol Jacobs at 814 South Willow Avenue, front and side facades: Tampa, Fla. [818 to the right and probably 800 to the left]
PhotoWillow1926Residence of Robert McLaughlin at 801 South Willow Avenue, two-story wood with brick base, front and side porch and clerestory dormer: (Hyde Park) Tampa, Fla. [805 to the left and 721 to the right]