Clydesdales at City Hall ,
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1934 2012

1934 2012


Eight Clydesdale horses are pulling the Anheuser-Busch wagon in front of City Hall. The Clydesdales were first used by Anheuser-Busch in 1933, one day after the repel of Prohibition, to deliver a case of beer to the White Hose.

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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. Dan Perez says:

    Bryan, you’ve created another amazing rephotograph! Can you imagine what this scene looked like in color in 1934? It must have been beautiful–check out all the banners and bunting on City Hall. By the way, the building on the far right was the Hendry & Knight Building at Lafayette St. and Franklin St. If you scroll down this webpage about 3/4 of the way down, you can see it in 1925, along with City Hall. http://www.tampapix.com/knightwall.htm

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