3007 Stovall Place I ,
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1925 2011

1925 2011


Looking East, down Stovall Place. Notice the lack of trees and the clear view down to the Bay in the historic photograph.

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All prints, 11x14 and smaller, come with a decorative white mat. Unless otherwise specified, the historic photo and modern photo are printed on the same sheet of photographic paper. If you would like your photo framed or printed in a size not listed, please feel free to contact me.
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Photo Credits

Historic photograph Courtesy of the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System

Modern photograph by Bryan Weinstein

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  1. Dave Rau says:

    I’d like to see an aerial map of the change, it looks like hundreds of feet of road & land were added, pushing the view out into the distance; or is this photo playing tricks on me?

    The neighborhood looks so urban and everyday here, where the historic shot looks so empty and alien; interesting comparison.

  2. Bryan says:

    It does appear to be further away. However, in the historic photo, you can see the retaining wall/sidewalk railing on Bayshore Blvd. I think the illusion may have to do with the road curving north and Bayshore being downhill. However, when Bayshore was widened, did they reclaim land from the Tampa Bay, or did they expand to the west?

  3. Tampania says:

    Love that you can see the overhead wires for the streetcar in the 1925 picture. Looking through historic aerials the house is in the same place, what a difference tree growth can make in perspective. I was noticing the other day that South of Rome the Western side of Bayshore still has granite curbs, while the Eastern side is concrete. I assume this is a sign that the Eastern side was an expansion.

  4. Bryan says:

    A friend of the home’s owner mentioned that this building was relocated from Bayshore Blvd., where the Monte Carlo Condominium currently stands.

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