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St. Rose and Riverside Dr. Then and Now

Back in 2002 I took this photo of the house at Riverside and St. Rose. It was one of the old French farmhouses, predating nearly everything on the east side. While it had been altered and added on to over the last 125-150 years it was easy to see the humble origins of the past…

Preserve the past? Not when there’s McMansions to build! At least it looks like the trees survived.

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