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This collection of photographs shows homes and businesses in the area around the future site of the Topeka Boulevard Bridge in Topeka, Kansas. The bridge was funded by the U.S. Works Program through the department of the Kansas State Highway.

Date: 1935-1936


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Homes and businesses in the area near the future site of the Topeka Boulevard bridge in Topeka, Kansas - This photograph shows the Topeka Avenue bridge, looking north, and was taken on April 6, 1935. On the right side, a sign states this project is a U.S. Works Program through the department of the Kansas State Highway. *1Homes and businesses in the area near the future site of the Topeka Boulevard bridge in Topeka, Kansas - This photograph shows the Kansas Emergancy Relief Committee Transient Hospital. The hospital is located at 135 Southwest Topeka Boulevard, on the southside of the bridge.  This photograph was taken on April 6, 1935. *2Homes and businesses in the area near the future site of the Topeka Boulevard bridge in Topeka, Kansas - This photograph taken on April 6, 1935 shows a Victorian style duplex on the south side of the river.  Notice the intricate details on the home, including the honeycomb like shingles and the detailed cement blocks over each window.  *3Homes and businesses in the area near the future site of the Topeka Boulevard bridge in Topeka, Kansas - This photograph shows a different angle of the Victorian style duplex.  Visible is an automobile, similar to a 1930Homes and businesses in the area near the future site of the Topeka Boulevard bridge in Topeka, Kansas - This photograph shows a side view of the Victorian style duplex located at 132 2nd Street.  The photograph was taken on April 6, 1935. *5Homes and businesses in the area near the future site of the Topeka Boulevard bridge in Topeka, Kansas - This photograph shows a small brick apartment building owned by William S. Odell located at 128 Topeka Boulevard.  At the time this photograph was taken, April 6, 1935, the sign showed unfurnished apartments were for rent. *6Homes and businesses in the area near the future site of the Topeka Boulevard bridge in Topeka, Kansas - This photograph shows a house owned by Mr. Vincent M. Christian located at 126 Topeka Boulevard.  It was taken on April 6, 1935. *7Homes and businesses in the area near the future site of the Topeka Boulevard bridge in Topeka, Kansas - This photograph shows a house owned by Mr. George W. Jones located at 124 Topeka Blvd. The photograph was taken April 6, 1935. *8Homes and businesses in the area near the future site of the Topeka Boulevard bridge in Topeka, Kansas - This photograph shows a small house owned by Mr. Howard M. Lynn  located at 120 Topeka Boulevard.  The photograph was taken on April 6, 1935. *9Homes and businesses in the area near the future site of the Topeka Boulevard bridge in Topeka, Kansas - This photograph shows a small house owned by Mrs. Anna L. Geiss  located 118 Topeka Boulevard.  The photograph was taken on April 6, 1935. *10Homes and businesses in the area near the future site of the Topeka Boulevard bridge in Topeka, Kansas - This photograph shows a house owned by Ms. Mamie Johnson located at 114 Topeka Boulevard.  The photograph was taken on April 6. 1935. *11Homes and businesses in the area near the future site of the Topeka Boulevard bridge in Topeka, Kansas - This photograph shows a different angle of the house owned by Mamie Johnson located at 114 Topeka Boulevard.  The photograph was taken on April 6, 1935. *12

Homes and businesses in the area near the future site of the Topeka Boulevard bridge in Topeka, Kansas - This photograph shows the Topeka Avenue bridge, looking north, and was taken on April 6, 1935. On the right side, a sign states this project is a U.S. Works Program through the department of the Kansas State Highway. *1

Item Number: 223573
Call Number: 1995-000.01
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 223573

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