Authors

Sape A. Zylstra

Preview

image preview

Creation Date

2010

Keywords

Clubs, Slides, Tampa

Abstract

The Cuban Club is in yellow brick with white stone trim. Its fourth story narrows on the entrance facade to a pedimented pavilion which rises above the balustrade topping the third floor on this side, while on the long side the fourth floor has a prominent white stone architrave which dips down between the round-headed windows. The dark red risers of the entrance steps contrast nicely with the stone and the wall brick. The steps lead to a recessed double-storied portico off the main entrance. The first story serves as a pedestal and has a prominent watertable to set it off from the rest. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This is a view of the east facade.

Publisher Information

University of South Florida, Tampa Library and Florida Studies Center

Physical Information

1 online resource (1 slide : col.)

Comments

Description supplied by Sape A. Zylstra.