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Throwbackthursday When Veterans Memorial Boulevard was nothing but

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#throwbackthursday: When Veterans Memorial Boulevard was nothing but trees, and more New Orleans

#throwbackthursday: When Veterans Memorial Boulevard was nothing but trees, and more New Orleans

#throwbackthursday: When Veterans Memorial Boulevard was nothing but trees, and more New Orleans street scenes

Reaction to last week's #throwbackthursday reminiscence about local streets was so strong that I'm hitting the road again, with 29 photos newly embedded ...

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Airline Highway and Veterans Memorial Highway (now Veterans Memorial Boulevard) slice across undeveloped Jefferson Parish in this 1955 photo.

Throwback Thursday: Memorial Coliseum | History Journal | The Journal Gazette

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#throwbackthursday: When Veterans Memorial Boulevard was nothing but trees, and more New Orleans street scenes

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#throwbackthursday: When Veterans Memorial Boulevard was nothing but trees, and more New Orleans street scenes

File An aerial shot of Memorial Coliseum construction on Aug. 18, 1950, shows the surrounding area as mostly farmland.

Photograph of the groundbreaking for the Campanile, January 11, 1950

For local veterans, a day to remember

Memorial Day

File The parking lot is seen from the Memorial Coliseum roof on Sept. 17, 1952.

Throwback Thursday. Generally, my Throwback posts spotlight memorabilia or other collectibes. But I'm bending the rule this week to share the cover of this ...

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File Final touches are put on Memorial Coliseum on Sept. 17, 1952.

File Memorial Coliseum was dedicated on Sept. 28, 1952.

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File Memorial Coliseum was dedicated on Sept. 28, 1952. The ceremony drew 10,000 people to the arena.

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97-year-old D-Day veteran parachutes into Normandy again

The former Eltham Bakehouse, corner of Main Road and York Street, c.September 1979. (Photo: Joh Ebeli; from the collection of Eltham District Historical ...

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Greenwich VFW post honors veterans

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... Shillinglaw trees from the safety compound: Demolition of the Shire of Eltham Offices, 895 Main Road, Eltham, August 1996 ( Photo: Harry Gilham; ...

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The Mike Schmidt statue outside Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia does not include a wig and sunglasses. Photo by Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

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Paying My Respect to The Fallen & Current Veterans Who've Served Our Country 🇺

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... PHOTO: Rick Thomas Collection | SouthPasadenan.com | View from hotel's tower room facing South Pasadena (Hope St. and Fair Oaks Ave.)

But peaceful. While you're there, go see the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

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File Memorial Coliseum begins to take shape in this photo from May 2, 1951.

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895 and 903-907 Main Road, Eltham as advertised for sale, September 2018 (Photo: Frank Knight Real Estate)

I was looking for Thanksgiving pictures specifically, but ended up taking a virtual trip down memory lane as we all usually do on Throwback Thursday on ...

PHOTO: Rick Thomas Collection | SouthPasadenan.com | Artist rendering (Architects Hunt & Lager), The Raymond, South Pasadena (1899)

DW and Kitty: photo-bombing before social media made it a thing.

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But then, if you grow up here, you're probably harder to impress than the average duck–you get your own staircase, after all!

The names of Greenwich WW II veterans are eched in granite and were a visible part

Hannah Kim of Korean War Veterans Memorial Foundation to Visit

File One of Memorial Coliseum's original locker rooms is seen on Sept. 17, 1952.

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PHOTO: Rick Thomas Collection | SouthPasadenan.com | The Raymond, South Pasadena (1901)

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ThrowbackThursday: Demolition of Eltham Shire Offices, August 1996

Courtesy Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society

Donald Snyder op-ed: The Stolpersteine memorials

File Memorial Coliseum was dedicated on Sept. 28, 1952. The podium for speeches was surrounded by flowers.

View of the new silhouette memorial walk at the Darkan War Memorial. Photo: Astrid

Photograph of a streetcar on the KU campus, 1925

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... of Eltham Offices, 895 Main Road, Eltham, August 1996 ( Photo: Harry Gilham; from the collection of Eltham District Historical Society @elthamhistory )

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A biker and Vietnam War veteran searches for names on the Vietnam War Memorial as thousands of bikers and military veterans take part in the 31st annual “ ...

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From the issue: "'Autumn Road — On San Francisco Peaks' by Frank Proctor. This photograph was taken early in October of last year on one of the many back ...

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File The inside of Memorial Coliseum is seen on Sept. 17, 1952, just days before the dedication.

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Eltham Shire Offices southern wing showing the Eltham Library, 1985-1986 ( from the collection of Eltham District Historical Society @elthamhistory ) ...

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File Work is done on Memorial Coliseum on Sept. 17, 1952.

A memorial to remember