Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Clark Street Photographs
Abstract The photographs, taken in June 1901 by the City Engineering Department, focus on a single block of Clark Street between Washington to the north and School to the south. At the time, Clark Street, a crowded residential street in The Port (also known as Area 4), ran north to south from Webster Avenue to Main Street. In addition to the work performed by the Street Department, the photos offer a unique view of working-class housing at a turning point in building technology. Many children appear in...
Dates: June 1901
Dudley Borland Card Collection
Scope and Contents This collection contains property cards, some with images, newspaper clippings, calling cards, correspondence, receipts, and maps, dating to 1927 from the Dudley and Borland real estate firm. This was owned by Parker Dudley and James P. Borland. The cards "include notes and pictures of many of the houses that still stand as well as ones that are missing." In addition to the property cards, there are indexes for property sales and mailing lists. The photographs section...
Dates: ca. 1927