First Biennial Report on the Governor's Mansion project, January 1969

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Title:
First Biennial Report on the Governor's Mansion project, January 1969
Series Title:
First Biennial Report on the Governor's Mansion project, January 1969
Physical Description:
Mixed Material
Publisher:
Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board

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Saint Augustine (Fla.)
48 King Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Government House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage:
North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 48 King Street
Coordinates:
29.892465 x -81.313142

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Contains handwritten notes and alterations to be made to the report

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University of Florida
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West Plaza Lot
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USACH00008:00001


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FIRST BIENNIAL REPORT January, 1969
GOVERNOR'S MANSION ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

Submitted by: Bradley G. Brewer, Executiive Director
H/[7 oic St. Augustine iHistorical Restoration &j Preservation :- io LCommission]


I. Accomplishments to Date

Since the acquisition of the physical property known as the "Old Post Office
and Customs House", "Government House", and now referred to as
"Governor's Mansion", it has been used basically as a center of research
for that building. (Temporarily until restoration of building takes their
space.)

A. Administrative Organization

1. The Research Department of this Corission is headquartered
on the second floor of the newersec lon) of the building. It is
broken down into two divisions:

a. Archaeological Laboratory ( >
a b. Documentation Section. .

2. Working in conjunction with the Research Department is the
Hispanic Research Library and the Commission's Interpretation-,~
Section. These are also housed on the second floor of the newer/sections. (Temporarily, until restoration of building takes A ~
their space.)

a. Hispanic Research Library (net a check-out library) e> 5
b. Interpretation Laboratory

3. Headquarters of St. Augustine Restoration, Inc.

a. Non-profit corporation working nanda-in-andwith this Commission in the restoration of St. Augustine. This
5 v is a temporary office/until they can move into one of their own buildings. t '

4. Number of Employees, their duties and responsibilities.

a. Archaeological Laboratory--one Archaeolp stq responsible
Sfor all research of this(Co i sion)to the Director.
b. Documentation Section--three employees: historian,AV ,
S-historian assistant and clerk-typist. Responsible to the
Archaeologist for all documentation research. ,



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c. Interpretation Laboratory--one employee. Responsible to the Commission Director for interpretation of the Commission's program. ;fj ;,, ii, ,, d. Hispanic Research Libra y--one employee. Responsible to the Director and Archaeologist for maintaining research library for the entire Commission activities.

All the above are full time employees.

Maintenance of the building and grounds is carried on by 1 3o/A D S
maintenance department, headquartered at 46 St. George
Street. Three persons are involved in this activity. Since
there are several other buildings operated by this(Commission these me wk at) all of them. It would be appropriate
to say that sixty man-hours per week are performed in
(maintaining)this complex.

B. Available Public Service

1. There are no specific transportation facilities in connection
with said building. The building is situated on the west end of
the main plaza of town. There is local bus and taxi service
to the building and on-street parking.

2. There are two signs welcoming the public to view the exhibits,
in the main halls of the building and the auditorium when <
special art exhibits are on view. i~0 d 1 i ~icf

3. There are no mechanical interpretive devices in the exhibition
areas. However"during(the summer months a hostess-guide
interprets '4e exhibitions to the public.

4. There are, on the second floor, public rest rooms for men
and women. We maintain these daily.

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C. Improvements and Development

Attached hereto please find six photographs as "Exhibit A" to this
report. Each photograph has its own description on the reverse
side.

C-1 Auditorium and exhibition area.
/ C-2 Main Hall (looking toward west wall).
v C-3 Main Hall (looking toward west wall).
C-4 Second Hall (looking toward north wall).
J C-5 Second Hall (looking toward north wall).
C-6 G rden area (looking east from Cordoya Street). ?

The attached photographs indicate the, activities and use of the public
areas of the building and grounds as they are at present.

1. Use of existing facilities.

.a. Building. Aside from using the building as stated above,
ifora research activity center, the building (newer section) '
is being used to house and exhibitdisplays o Latin American
culture, methods and devyics used in the restoration of St.
Augustine, aswell as the Governbors Mansion. It is also
used'as an assembly hall for special civic and cultural activities for the public, without charge. For example, the
Florida-Colombia Alliance Conference of four days' duration
was held there last fall. The Continental Strings Orchestra
use the auditorium for concerts when inclement weather prevails. Their concerts are free to the public and are sponsored by the St. Augustine City Commission. Report meetings fbr various civic fund drives are held in the auditorium
as well. It is also available to civic clubs for certain special
activities requiring auditorium-type space. Also, the
Southeastern Museums Conference was held in the building
in 1967. ,

Jb. The garden area to the west of the Governor's Mansion is C, kept as a city park for the enjoyment of the public. u.sT
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D. Financial Statement

1. Appropriations authorized: 1967
Construction Costs:
Remodeling mail sorting room into auditorium and art gallery:

Labor $ 6,811.13 Material 5, 373.65 $12, 184.78

1968

Archaeology and research expenses for Colonial Governor's
Mansion (east wing).

Labor 1,373.66
Equipment & Rental (air hammer) 623. 48 $ 1,997. 14

1969 (January only)

Archaeology and research expenses for Colonial Governor's
Mansion, (east wing).

Labor 301.15 Architectural Historian (consultant) 787.10 $ 1,088.25

Operational Costs 1967 1968 1969 (January only)

Hostess-Guides 1,005.90 -- -Utilities 972. 74 836.76 53. 30 Maintenance Labor 4,284.49 5,621.06 429.00
Maintenance Materials
(estimated) 250. 00 250. 00 25. 00

Totals $6,513.13 $6,717.82 $ 507.30

Grand Total $13,738.25











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2. Contributions

None. _:t, c ,,

E. Extent of Public Use:

1. Number of Visitors 1967 1968 1969 (Jan. only)

Actual count 13, 324
Estimated 10, 000 20, 000 800

Meeting & Concert
Attendance, estimated 2, 600 2, 200 250 Total 25, 924 22, 200 1,050

Grand 'Total 49, 174

2. Nature of Use:

a. Day-use--All the activities mentioned above.
b. Overnight use-"-None.

II. Future Program

During the ensuing twa years, it is contemplated by the St. Augustine (Historical Restoration an Preservation(C mmission)that they will be
involved in two major functions.

a. Research activities for the Governor's Mansion Project and other
restoration projects both public and private. W.
b. Actual restoration and reconstruction of Governor's Mansion.

The St. Augustine Historical Restoqation and ,Preservation Aiissi'on is requesting approval of their 1989-7A Biennial Budget from the State Legislature,: which includes a sum of $755, 572 for restoration and reconstruction
of the Governor's Mansion.

Attached hereto--"Governorts Mansion Projected Budget" as Exhibit B.
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The Restoration Commission has requested the above capital budget
to restore and reconstruct the Colonial Governorts Mansion to the
year 1788, the period of its greatest affluence.

Attached hereto please find "Exhibit C"

a. Synopsis of important dates
b. Tentative time table
c. General exterior view looking west (artist rendering).
d. General exterior view looking east (artist rendering)
e. Spanish Governor's Residence (artist rendering ground floor interior)
f. Spanish Governor's Residence (artist rendering, 2nd floor interior)

Note: The above "Exhibit C" is based on our tentative conclusion at this
time, based on research at this writing. It does not reflect any positive conclusions. Before construction begins, a research report on Governor's Mansion will be written and submitted to the proper United States Government authorities for
approval.

Attached hereto please find "Exhibit D" of this report, in the form of
two photographs showing the beginning of archaeology activity in the
east wing of Governor's Mansion.


SUMMARY

The various activities carried on in this building over the past two yeas have been those which would best serve the research of said building, ;-, on location anyd serve the public as well. These tiviies are ota temporary ne uiS h time- as actual restorati n demolition and reconstruction require the now usable space.

The St. Augustine Historical Restoration and Preservation Commission has in its Legislative Budget Request for the 1969-71 biennium requested $755, 572 to completely restore, reconstruct and furnish the Governorts Mansion to the year of greatest affluence, 1788.

A complete research report and plans will be submitted to the proper
government agency for approval prior to construction.

When completed the Colonial Governor's Mansion will be one of the finest historic monuments in Florida and the key structure of the St. Augustine Historical Restoration and Preservation Commissionts restoration program for all peoples to enjoy.





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GOVERNOR'S MANSION PROJECT BUDGET BREAKDOWN

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1968-69 1969-70 197-0-71 Total
$ $ $ $ Research 1968 35,000 Labor 149,723 117,723 267,446 Architectural Consultant 7,400 7,400 14, 800 Archaeology 14, 940 14, 940 29,880 Building & Construction Supplies 103,098 103,098 206, 196 Gardens 25,000 25,000 Demolition 25,000 25,000 Furnishings 62, 500 62, 500 125,000 Building & Fixed
Equipment 31,125 31, 125 62, 250


$ 35,000 $393,786 $361,786 $755,572



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SYNOPSIS



1598 A wooden structure was built on the site of
Government House by Governor Gonzales
Mendez de Canzo, as his residence.

1604 The Spanish Crown purchased the property
for the official residence of the succeeding
Governor Ibarra.

1689- The Governor's wooden house was torn down, 1690 and in 200 days a two-story masonry building
was constructed. It had a balcony. The
construction supervisor was John Collins, a
British ex-patriot.

1702 Government House was destroyed by fire when
the British burned the town. The walls were
razed.

1706- Government House was rebuilt of stone. It is 1713 quite possible that they utilized the existing
foundations left from the 1690 site.

1713 During this year, a fiesta was held at this
site. Accounts of it state the Governor and
his wife provided sweets and drink on the patio and threw coins from the balcony to
those below who were in attendance.

1759 A major renovation of Government House took
place.

1763 A detailed appraisal of Government House is
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1764 First picture of Government House is a watercolor done by an Englishman. It covers only the east facade. The building appears on
the de la Puente map of that year.

1788 Much larger structure appears on de la Rocque map.

C1821 Building acquired by Americans. Has fallen
into disrepair and reverted to L-shaped
building of the 1764 period.

1833 Contracts issued for rehabilitation and remodeling of building. Extension to west of 16'9".
Part of contract not executed and north wall
remained.

1873 Another extension to the west, giving building east-west dimensions of today. Style changed
to Victorian.

1930 Remodeled and returned east portion to Spanish colonial style. South wing added along with
small extension to west.




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