September 22, 2011

What Anna Cooper Circle looked like 100 years ago

This photo, taken around 1910, shows the fire brigade on T Street just west of Anna J. Cooper Circle. The circle’s landscaping was much sparser then than it is today, but you will also notice that this was taken before the city altered 3rd Street to bisect the circle for several decades.

One will also notice the now-razed McGill house on the right side of the photo. That lot now hosts the rectangular brick apartment building that clearly never faced historic preservation review.

We haven’t been able to find any news stories explaining what exactly happened the day of the photo.

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  1. Thanks for letting us see some of the pictures from your trip to Hungary. It is especially nice for those of us who will not be able to go to Hungary themselves (or go again–I've been to Hungary twice). Wish that restaurant on the Tisza were close to here!– All the best, Pierce Bullen

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  2. megkaphatnam az etterem nevet/linkjet? mennyivel elobb erdemes foglalni? arak milyenek? augusztusban leszunk par napot hamburgban, szeretnenk elmenni megkostolni:-) koszi! Rea

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