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Simon Boliver Avenue
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Simon Boliver Avenue looking uptown away from Union Station
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Simon Boliver Avenue looking uptown from near Union Station "after"
March 15, 1956
[Photography by Leon Trice]
Simon Boliver Avenue "before"
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Simon Boliver Avenue between Second Street and Jackson Avenue "after" street widening
March 15, 1954
[Photography by Leon Trice]
Simon Boliver Avenue uptown from Calliope
April, 1952
[Photography by Leon Trice]
Simon Boliver Avenue "before"
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Simon Boliver Avenue "after" new lighting installed
Attached text: Simon Boliver Avenue is one of the major boulevards which has been brightened with mercury-vapor lights under the Utilities Department's comprehensive program. Other lights have been erected on Elysian Fields, Loyola and St. Claude. Such lights are five times brighter than the old lamps they replace.
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Simon Boliver Avenue "before"
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[Photography by Leon Trice]
Simon Boliver Avenue from Melpomene looking toward Canal "after"
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[Photography by Leon Trice]
Simon Boliver Avenue from Calliope uptown
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[Photography by Leon Trice]
Simon Boliver Avenue between Second Street and Jackson Avenue "before" street widening
July, 1952
[Photography by Leon Trice]
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