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Property Name Cuba High School Annex
Reference Number 13000223
State Missouri
County Crawford
Town Cuba
Street Address 308 North Smith Street, Cuba, MO
Multiple Property Submission Name Historic & Architectural Resources of Cuba, Missouri
Status Listed 05/01/2013
Areas of Significance EDUCATION, POLITICS/GOVERNMENT
Link to full file http://www.nps.gov/nr/feature/places/pdfs/13000223.pdf
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The Temple Terrace Golf Course is locally significant under Criterion A in the area of Community Planning & Development and Entertainment/Recreation for its association with the early development and promotion of Temple Terrace Estates as a Florida country club community in 1921, and for its association with the transformation of the City of Temple Terrace into a middle-class suburban community in the Postwar era and the 1950s. Also under Criterion A, the Temple Terrace Golf Course is associated with the beginnings of professional golf in Florida, and the democratization of the sport in the 1930s. The Temple Terrace Golf Course also is locally significant under Criterion C in the area of Landscape Architecture as an excellent surviving example of the work of a returning nines course design by noted golf course architect Tom Bendelow, and the integration of the course into a residential development designed by planner and architect George F. Young.

 

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