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Highway 285 is running top to bottom. South Elati is running left to right.
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The view is to the East showing the intersection of Highway 285 & Bannock. The street on the left is old Hampden. Broadway is in the center of the photo running right and left.
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The view is to the North across Highway 285 looking towards Englewood Parkway.
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The view is to the SW with S. Cherokee in the foreground and Hampden (Highway 285) running left to right in the center of the photo.
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The view is to the SE. Broadway runs north and south and Hampden (285) runs east and west (center of photo). Flood Jr. High is upper center.
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The Columbia Savings building was on the NE corner of Hampden and Galapago. Currently Coldstone Ice Cream and Ross occupy the space.
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M-D Drug moved into Tom Sullivans' Pioneer Theater building when Tom died. Ozzie Miller & Turman Davis bought the theater building and Alcove's moved into the corner and stayed until 1970. The view is to the east down Hampden.
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Crysler Drug was on the corner of Broadway and Hampden.
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The view is to the South from Hampden and Broadway. Flood Jr. High is in the upper left.
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The view is to the North from the 285 interchange. The building on the left is old Key Savings.
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The view is to the South from the intersection of Hampden and Broadway. Marvel Cleaners was located at 3500 S. Broadway. The Goodwill was at 3510 and the Tin Shop was at 3524 S. Broadway.
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This view is to the East on Sheridan (Hampden) and S. Broadway. Long's Drug Store is on the left and Nielsons Dry Goods is on the right.
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This roadhouse known as Pap Wyman's Place or the Petersburg Inn was located on the N.W. corner of Hampden and Sante Fe. This view is to the West. The building was torn down in 1939.
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This is the old Sheridan Blvd. which is now Hampden.
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The view is to the East. Highway 285 runs top to bottom on the right side of the photo.
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Office workers at Mountain States T & T.
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The last switching of phones before dial service began. The photo was taken at midnight in the Phone Co. office. Manager Rex Richards watches Ann Anderson place the last call.
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Irene Burkhart of 550 E. Hampden Ave. is the owner of a unique pitcher collection from all over the world.
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Ray Collins of 3140 S. Williams is the new manager of the Englewood Flower Shop on 700 E. Hampden.
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The Stech Ranch was located on the south west corner of Hampden & University. James Stech and his wife are in the yard.