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1808 East Fourteenth Avenue (House), Tampa, Hillsborough County, FL



B&W Photos

HB337318
BWPhotos 377776

HB337319
BWPhotos 377777

HB337320
BWPhotos 377778

HB337321
BWPhotos 377779

HB337322
BWPhotos 377780

HB337323
BWPhotos 377781

HB337324
BWPhotos 377782


Item Title
BWPhotos 377782

Location
Tampa, FL

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS FL-430
Building/structure dates: 1905 initial construction
National Register Number: 74000641
Significance: This building's architectural and historical significance is derived from its contribution to the Ybor City National Historic Landmark District. Ybor City is a section of Tampa founded and built by Vicente M. Ybor and Ignacio Haya as a cigar manufacturing center and town. This house represents cigar factory worker housing within the larger context of the cigar manufacturing company town. This company town was planned by Gavino Gutierrez to include cigar factories, workers housing, public spaces, and commercial buildings. This Frame Vernacular residence is representative of the larger collection of worker housing in Ybor City.

Subjects
Houses
Labor Housing
Domestic Life


Related Names
Ybor, Vicente M.
Haya, Ignacio
Koepnick, Brian, Historian
Luxon, Tiffany, Historian
Farris, Christine, Photographer
Daniel, Susan, Photographer


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

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