street became the south wall of the r*ar wing that exteadod north-
ward, This wall was located in a passatway between the Tacker
Photographic shop and the Parke Hotel. The opening was 5,50 feet
Th wall was 1.30 feet thick and its total lenght was 62.40 feet
Prma tho existing street curb there was a course of mortar covered
oequina block that extended 15o30 feet westward. This section of the
wall butted into the remains of an inside fireplace which had a total
width of 9.50 feet. From the west side of the fireplace te. wall foot-
ing was discontinuous since in many places intrusive pits occurred.
At 38.20 feet from the front of Recque 46 a wall trench ran at
a right angle to the east-west wall. (This probably was the east wall
of the wing since the trench occurred at a point that coincided in dis-
tance with Rooque's measurement). From this wall trench to its weet-
ward termination was 24.20 feet. At this point a corner was favad wtth
the west wall of the wing butting into the south wall.
Il order to find the southeast corner of the part of the balding
that was tangent to the street the sidewalk in front of the Tucker
Photographic Shop was penetrated. The corner was found and shared that
the outside dimensions of this house was 15.40 feet.
Sections of the sidewalk in front of the Parkz Hotel ware removed and
the foundations for a coquina building were discovered. The first oouroe
of coquina above the footing was 1.80 feet thick. The shell footing
itself extended down 2.50 feet below the first course. A wan of such
dimensions was indicative of a large two story building. The front roem of
this building had north-south inside dimensions of 18.00 feet. To the
south of this room thare was an enclooed area that ma have been a loggia
7.40 feet wide. The front north-soth wall extended further south 4*60
feet. This may have been part of a astp-dun garden wall.
Roeque indidated, at the time he drew his map, that the structure
that was located in this area was a wooden building. It appears that
the Rooqe Buildins, which has its front proportions about the same as
the coquina structure was built on the foundation of the excavated
SOUTHEAST CORNER ST. GERGE STREET AJTD FORT IANZS
A shell wall 17.80 feet south of the Fort Lane curb was located.
In the area excavated a tabby floor in good condition was present to
the north of the 1.hO foot wide shell wall. This tabby was penetrated
in one area.
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Thes strwectre .eipated as B Mi g wEas an< 9 buhldWngW.
The art wnll Of that part tf 'he bSdhdiag that waM tangent wit the
streNt became the seoth Wll of ie rear Ving that extedaed iorth-
ar.d This wall was located in a pawsagway between te Waker
TPheAwtgphic shop and tia Psrks Hotel. The epaing was 5,06 feet
The wall was e1.3) feet th: in and its total ).enght was S2,LO fmaot
%na the existing treet-, curh there woa a course of mortar eovered
sequina block that extended 1i, 0 feet festuard. This secti-e of the
wal butted into the remain, of an r-nside fireplace which h&d a total
tidth of 9.50 feet. ?Pr, the west side of the fireplace the wail feo*-
ing war discontinuous since in many places intrusive pite acaurred.
At 38.20 feet from the front of RPeqpe 46 a wall trench ran at
a right antug to the east-vest w.Ll. (This probably wai tkh east well
of t ae wing since the t:-ench occurrTed at a point that oeincided in dis-
teoce with Rooque's eaesur emnt). From this wail trench te its vret--
ward tera nation vas 24.20 ftet. At th`is point a corser was foi t with
the west wall of tUe wing I.. t' L- into the south nall,
l. order to find the aecthw.sit corner oi the part of *e h bw&ding
that, wa tangent to the street the sidewalk in front of tVe \iter
Photoaphi* c Shop was penetrated. The corner wan found and shxmed that
the outtide dimensions of this ho-e Q as l.LO feet.
.4ecticnsau u h .ui> aU Lrt e kje Parkl Hotel wazre reawved and
the foundations for a ,.oquina wbir'.,tng were discovered. The first cu-se
of oeqaina above the fLoetiLng Wa 1.80 feet thick. The shll footing
itself extended down 2.5O feet "eiow the first course A Null of v,
dIamnsians was inaictive of a l.;.v9: two story biAld g. Thb freat rzc< .f
this building had nor"t- lutL inside dimensions of 16.00 feet. the
weth o? this rom taert. wea a r '?cioweB &'.a that ny have beSa a lngia
?AsW fet nast. t*i. fre.t '-' vth nill Errtsnded f4urt-*r south .,60
f.etr This m.y have s-tp-doa garden wall,
rloc. id*iidante, ~i dr his map, that the structure
that Mas located* in this ai. .a wocdan bvil4ing It appears that
the Roseas BaildIn, thich has .-a front proportion about te-4 saa as
the c"eqv ba structure tcs; built .? u the foTnidation of the oawtavated
s~tT4ST ~Ar ST. CF-d-,E TK T AIDN FRT* LA NIS
e'h.,l %a l 17.80 feet s om.ki of the Frrt Lane curb was located.
in the area excavated a tabby floor in good condition was preset to
the north of the 1.40 feet wide shell wall. This tabby was penetrated
in one area.
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the etruetwo dt e slated as eimn 6 us an 1-uhaped beiam.
Ite Vtr wall of that part of the bWO 1 that mwu tngwet ui& tM
street bees the eomt wall of the wear wing that extended arth-
ward. This wall was lecated in a pesCeaMWy betwie the Tcaker
,Pheteephic shep and tie Parka Hetel. Tl epenisg was 5.50 feet
The all was 1.30 feet thick and Its total lenght ea 68.6 feet.
hrm the existing street curb there was a core of mortar o.ried
seqtia block that extended 15.30 feet westward. This aeetiea of the
wall butted into the remained f an inside fireplace whieh had a total
width ef 9.50 feot. Pro the vet side ef the fireplace the wall feet
aing wMs discontin2uss since in many places intrusive pita ocevrred.
At 38.20 feet from the front of Reeque 46 a wall trnseh re at
a right angle to the east-veot wall. (This probably was the east wall
of the ming sinoe the trench ec urred at a point that oointided in dis-
tanme with lRoque's measurement). From this wall trench to its wemt-
wavd termination was 21.20 feet. At this point a corear was tem with
the weet wall of the wing butting into the south wall.
Saerder to find the southeast corner of the part of *ae bv14Uig
that w tangent to the street the sidewalk in freat of the Tauehr
Phetegpqphic Shop was pen"trated. The corner was found and sheeard that
the outside dimensions of this house was 15.hO feet.
Seetioes of the sidewalk in front of the Parks Hotel were removed and
the feandations for a coquina building were discovered. The first eearee
of sequis above the footing was 1.80 feet thick. The shell feetina
itself ezxte d down 2.50 feet below the first sewVe. A V ua of pm
diameniams was indietive of a large tWe story building. The freut roes of
this building had nortb-eonth inside dimaesies of 18.00 feet. To the
seuth af this rosm there was am *emleeewP area that have been a l&gBia
7.A0 fest wide. The frt aerth-eth wall extended further seuth 60
feet. This may have beea part of a step-d~m garden wall.
Requw indidated, at the time he dre his map, that the stareture
that wa located in this area was a wooden building. It appeals that
he Re o e Bkilding, mbich has its front proportiom about the same as
the sequina structure was built on the foundation of the amarated
SaoTBrT COCKER ST. *GEB t STREET AND FORT lMNa
A shell wall 17.80 feet south of the Fort Lane curb wes leated.
In the area excavated a tabby floor is good oeaditiea was present to
the eorth fa the 1.i0 feet wide shell wall. This tabby was penetrated
in one area.