Part of the Sunnyside Hotel that was moved to West Augustine which included the tower from the hotel, subsequently demol...

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Material Information

Title:
Part of the Sunnyside Hotel that was moved to West Augustine which included the tower from the hotel, subsequently demolished for Gary-Lee Park
Series Title:
Sunnyside House, Large Block and Lot Photographs
Physical Description:
Photograph
Publisher:
St. Augustine Historical Society
Physical Location:
Box: 3-5
Folder: SUNNYSIDE HOUSE

Notes

General Note:
Sunnyside Hotel was originally constructed by Thomas F. House in 1876 on land purchased from Dr. Andrew Anderson. It sat on land that was eventually purchased by Henry Flagler for his Ponce de Leon Hotel. He had the structure moved to across the street (on the future site of the Casa Monica). When Franklin W. Smith started construction on the Casa Monica Hotel he donated the house to residents in the West Augustine (New Augustine) area. A quadrant of the original Sunnyside Hotel still stands at 525 West King Street and is known as the Demps House, after Reverend Moses Demps (of the St. James Baptist Church) who lived in the house.; "Samsara Hall," NW corner of W. King + Palmer (torn down for Gary-Lee Park). Originally part of Sunnyside House, that stood on site of Ponce de Leon Hotel. (different front porch added); original photo at SAHS Library. Our negative is HPI 100-24A/25
General Note:
UFHSA Government House Research Collections

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
B45-C
System ID:
USACH00454:00002

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