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Wednesday, March 3, 2010
A devastating fire destroyed several businesses on Lower Greenville. Here's what that beloved block looks like now.
Photos by Scott Dorn
Built around the late World War One ,1918....period and when Greenville was a main road out of town, and not apart of East Dallas, the area has been many things over the decades,while this strip is quite precious and then again, lets hope they can rebuilt out of the ashes of such destruction....A/T, Urban History in the Southwest...
Good pictures from a bad day!
Well said, Russ.
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