By Joe Cleary | September 12, 2013
Thomas Reed Martin was one of the most successful and prominent architects in Sarasota County. Moving here from Chicago to work for socialite, Bertha Palmer, Martin quickly established an office in Florida, eventually building over five-hundred structures within Sarasota County including the design for the Mable Ringling Memorial Fountain and Luke Wood Park. Please join the Sarasota Alliance for Historic Preservation as we present our Annual Bus Tour, Sunday, October 13, 2013 and enjoy the commercial and residential structures by Sarasota’s most prolific architect of the 20th century. The tour will be narrated by Ron McCarty (pictured), Curator and Keeper of Ca’d’ Zan at the Ringling Museum of Art.
Place: Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall parking lot
Time: 2 Tours ~ 10:00 a.m. or 1:00 p.m. – please arrive 15 minutes prior to check in
Cost: Donation of $20
Registration: 3 ways to register
1. Pre-pay (recommended) by check made payable to:
Post Office Box 1754
Sarasota, Florida 34230
2. Call to reserve at (941) 953-8727
3. Email to reserve at firstname.lastname@example.org – Please include your name, phone number, preferred tour time and the number in your party. We will reply with confirmation of your reservation. At this time we can accept only cash or checks on the day of the tour.
Courtesy of Sarasota History Alive!
Joe Cleary is a Broker Associate with The Cleary Group at RE/MAX Alliance Group. He is a Graduate of the Real Estate Institute (GRI), Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) and a certified Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource (SFR). Call Joe with any real estate questions you may have toll free at 877-814-1233!