Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: B8-L4 Hispanic Garden
Title: [Letter to Mr. Newton re paved areas of the Hispanic garden]
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 Material Information
Title: Letter to Mr. Newton re paved areas of the Hispanic garden
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: B8-L4 Hispanic Garden
Physical Description: Correspondence
Language: English
Creator: Schmoll, Lee W.
Publication Date: 1966
 Subjects
Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
97 Saint George Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Hispanic Garden (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 97 Saint George Street
Coordinates: 29.894996 x -81.312832
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00091358
Volume ID: VID00053
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution.
Resource Identifier: B8-L4

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20 February 1966



St. Augtustine Resboration, c.
46 St. George Strect
St. Auustine0 florida

Dear Mr. Newton,

I received your special delivery letter asking clarification of materials
and thidckest of ss for the paved areas of the Hispanic Oarden. I have
not had a reply fro Mr. Monies to aw recent letter, so I telephone Mrs.
Hazel Dunlap who is going to order all materials to see if she had received
atq tiforaatioi. She had talked wit Mr. Monies an samples af the alump
brick for the edging will be sent for approval. Mrs. Dunlap also informed
me that %the paved area could now be paved vith coquina due to a recuib
donation, I niQ;geb a t'liv-es3 of -Wo inches, I do not know tte 'vaiLa-
tions in surface ar.-aos however feel -te aizss suggested would give a
pleasing appearance

1'-04 x 2'*-0 x 2*
1'-0* x 1*-6" x A*
10 x r1-0" x 2"

The Tavin7 block for the border of tie coquina pavement, both on the entrance
edges and that flus wh wit the coqina paving around the raised octogon pebble
mosaic, can be constructed with a charcoal (medii to dark) colorx sliamp
brick 20 x h* x 8' obtainable from Sydney Monies. Tie paving block for the
edging of the rAsed octogon paving shall be x A z 8" slump brick colored
in the same charcoal shade and frao the same source.

The paving of the octogon aall have exposed aggregates of egg stse Ol, to
U') in a light color (off-white to beige) and is obtainable frc. Mr. P. D.
Shoewakr, 132; Cassatt Avense, Jacksonoille, Florida. Five cubic yards are
neledtl and will be set into 2s thickness of concrete. Mrs. Duralap will also
place this order, unless other arrangement are made. The method of placing
this exposed agrega&a paving is explained in the enclosed folder aid can be
txrther discussed with Mr. Willia Hollma of the fortland Gmlent Acsoiation
tanorrow,

The pond shall have a bottom of exposed 1i beige aggregate (I on. yd. arA also
obtainable fro ShMoaker's), walls of pond and outside wall of the planter
shall have o@quina surfaces 20 thickness. The pool should be in a monolithic
pour to prevent leakage and should be constructed as shown on the cross-eectico
detail. Field conditions my vary this slightly.
The "aS Scroll desi In will have to be hand-laid, after the exposed aggrgate
surface is laid. Provisions to for this design and leave apace for the









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matter sa diftfMentl c oloed seoos should be ade t ile poietza e
eatega pawig. the idtti of toh smeoU design Is $. Tshe dcisioA
made 4Tr tl Coaittbe, 1B. StWnlab5h Mres Daslap, ras. joezltatf and
I ar tb material of the soweoU wvs a dait gafrlt aggrqtlse already
ordBred by *so. Dulap fs= Jagoo of Jacksonville. Lease cht*c delivery
dates to owit"a Iyur 4hante4. be2 suppler hWa .bat uabi y;red
ie Msa vov wte vAs te H yard. Si aPome dalip is finab vlt tht
** esxpead arpwqats.

I ti hope that tha propose camaio schedule can be fellow. witA
te ilafoeatLon givas. It is a pity that therM have beOa delay, lxt
nasey thiai has b*n Cased y a 3sea*T for saustitatea for saberiala
proposed itA t desig t&a eaxdlarily vad4 hao beon carled out a g-
a antatert, had the a bee catimeoted, then materials speUf ied
waUld have beeM samiutted fotr our approval. I d uilk that OW ve
hbv oacS otd aterials for tMe garden.
Mr, SaUsma is and carryinag this Aiter to y as,* I a lappy that Iy
wilU be ertain to nreciv it tomrmwn. Ms advice ias be moat helpa'ul
apoolAsU in reuset to aOseae A8 t for t paOtW areOf. a I aL depend-
Ste upom his talkla m4tb y"ra fre about te pronss of lating th soil
GoNab arie a '
TheaE yeo fra yoar YUprosed appreintcLoAn of oWr ft orbt imaging the
medal or Phe garden. We an n'Aign thin an lnterestdig project and
are plOased to bear t" a are an ftontble wammba. As you kow, I
bhave earswt ffeLhS a pft of hae flat. cnmwotia s a; St. AnauctAne
aMd laded hope tt thiA garden rill contrilbate to the faCes8 ofa your
wefa and the eaittnee*u fine aahivssmts.

Vwy tacelory y3rC'


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