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Melpomene Avenue
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Melpomene Avenue (now Martin Luther King) from St. Charles Avenue to Camp Street "after" widening
October, 1956
[Photography by Leon Trice]
Melpomene Avenue (now Martin Luther King) from St. Charles Avenue to Dryades Street "after" widening
February, 1959
Melpomene Avenue (now Martin Luther King) from South Claibourne Avenue to South Broad Street "after" widening
November 9, 1956
[Photography by Leon Trice]
Melpomene Avenue (now Martin Luther King) from South Jefferson Davis to South Rendon "after" widening
October 13, 1957
[Photography by Leon Trice]
Melpomene Avenue (now Martin Luther King) from South Jefferson Davis to South Rendon "before" paving left of tracks
October 1, 1956
[Photography by Leon Trice]
Melpomene Avenue (now Martin Luther King) from South Jefferson Davis to South Rendon "before" paving right of railroad tracks
October 1, 1956
[Photography by Leon Trice]
Melpomene Avenue (now Martin Luther King) from South Derbigny to South Broad "after" paving
November 9, 1956
[Photography by Leon Trice]
Melpomene Avenue (now Martin Luther King) dedication of widening section, St. Charles Avenue to Dryades Street
November 13, 1958
[Photography by Jerry Bray]
Melpomene Avenue (now Martin Luther King) from South Prieur to South Dorgenois "before"paving
October 28, 1955
[Photography by Leon Trice]
Melpomene Avenue (now Martin Luther King) from South Dorgenois to South Prieur "before" paving
October 28, 1955
[Photography by Leon Trice]
Melpomene Avenue (now Martin Luther King) canal near South Broad
Unknown date
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