But during the club's board meeting this week, it didn't take long to notice that the prints along with several vintage shuffleboard trophies and a scoreboard had gone missing.
"They took the 1930's Festival of States reader board, which is a scoreboard with all the states written on it," Page said. "The prints were decoration but they also took eight of the oldest trophies."
Those trophies date back to the 1930s-1950s.
"The police came out last night and a detective showed up today," Page said. "I don't think he's actually assigned to the case but was just upset about it. He looked around but we don't have any leads right now."
Whoever nabbed the shuffleboard goods broke a window pane to get inside the locked club, taking care to clean up any glass.
"We are getting the word out to pawn shops and collectors," Page said. "The Coliseum has an antique show this weekend so we are getting the word out there as well."
Word got out via the club's Facebook page and the news was quickly shared by more than 200 people, including the Tampa Tribune and the local Fox News channel.
"Maybe it was some kids who saw it and thought it looked cool but it'd have to be someone who knew it was there because you can't see the scoreboard from the courts," Page said. "Maybe they thought it was cool to have in their crappy apartment for decoration. Maybe someone thought these things were worth something, they're not but they are worth something to us."
If you have any information on the missing items, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the St. Petersburg Police Department at 727-893-7780.