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James Deering's Mansion

James Deering's Mansion

This image shows the rear elevation of James Deering's mansion. This type of architecture is often referred to as Mediterranean Revival, which generally means that the building includes elements of the Second Italian Renaissance style, the Italianate style, the Spanish Colonial Revival style, and sometimes the Spanish Mission Revival style. To the left, the "stone barge," and the rotunda can be seen. To the right, the slight arch of a footbridge is visible, connecting the main grounds with a concrete boat dock. The building and grounds are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, as Vizcaya.
Galleries: Miami, Miami-Dade, Viscaya
Keywords: james deering, mediterranean revival, miami, souvenir postcard folder 33, villa vizcaya, vizcaya, vizcaya museum and gardens
Photo Location: Miami, Florida
Date of Photo: 04/04/1909
Original Dimensions: 3000×1813
Picture Orientation: Landscape
GPS Coordinates: 25°47'20.29"N 80°13'35.18"W
Source: A Glimpse of the Royal Palm Hotel Grounds, Miami, Fla. (souvenir folder) (Miami, FL: J. N. Chamberlain, 1920) 18
Picture Number: 17339