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Wyandotte & Lincoln – 1964

Today is a shot looking east along Wyandotte from just beyond Lincoln Road. Interestingly enough, unlike most of the city, not too much has changed in the last 45 years.

The Kaplan’s Furniture sign on the south side of the street was only removed in the last five or so years, after becoming The Walker Boys.

Interesting to see that there was a substantial building on the north east corner of Lincoln & Wyandotte, that was replaced with a drab one story building. I believe it was once a bank, but is now home to a legal office, if it’s open at all…

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