9 thoughts on “SE 82nd Avenue, circa 1934

  1. Could you tell me if one of the attached Google Earth photos matches your Vintage shot today? Thanks! Liz C.

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  2. I was just noticing that, too. Kamp Kellum was the giveaway. Even though in 1934, the Violet Ray had given way to Mobil, the striped building in the background and architecture of the service station match the previous photo attributed to Woodstock.

  3. What is weird is we know that is clearly Powell on the cross road but there is no longer a 72nd Ave that goes north of Powell to compare.

  4. If I recall at the time of the Woodstock photo, a few visitors here searched old phone books, and the only Kamp Kellum was located at 82nd & Powell.

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