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    Folder contains photographs of residences in the Clifton Heights addition, from Gladstone Boulevard south to Saida Avenue, and Oakley Avenue east to Lawndale Avenue.

    Folder contains photographs of residences in the Clifton Heights addition, from Gladstone Boulevard south to Saida Avenue, and Hardesty Avenue east to Drury Avenue.

    Folder contains photographs of residences in the Clifton Heights addition, from Saida Avenue south to Norledge Place, and Hardesty Avenue east to Drury Avenue.

    Folder contains photographs of residences in the Clifton Heights addition, from Saida Avenue south to Norledge Place, and Oakley Avenue east to Lawndale Avenue.

    Folder contains photographs of residences in the Clifton Heights addition, from Saida Avenue south to Norledge Place, and Lawndale Avenue east to Topping Avenue.

    Folder contains photographs of residences in the North Indian Mound neighborhood, from Saida Avenue south to Norledge Place, and White Avenue east to Wheeling Avenue.

    Folder contains photographs of residences in the North Indian Mound neighborhood, from Saida Avenue south to Norledge Place, and Wheeling Avenue east to Belmont Boulevard.

    Folder contains photographs of residences in the Ewing Heights and Cecil Heights additions, from Saida Avenue south to Norledge Place, and Bellaire east to White Avenue.

    Folder contains photographs of residences and apartment buildings in the North Indian Mound neighborhood, from Norledge Place south to Scarritt Avenue, and Wheeling Avenue east to Belmont Boulevard.

    Folder contains photographs of residences in the Clifton Heights addition, from Gladstone Boulevard south to Saida Avenue, and Drury Avenue east to Oakley Avenue.

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