8 thoughts on “N Flint Avenue, 1937

  1. Igor, thanks for the current interactive view of this location. Studying the shape and branches of that tree over near the board fence in the far left of the 1937 photo, I think that is the same tree in today’s view. I love to see that kind of thing with trees from old photos that are still alive and perhaps thriving in spite of all the changes around them. As I grow older I’d like to think of my own survival and maturity in that same way. Ha Ha!

  2. If you want to see good before and after’s of trees look at old photos/postcards of Irvington and then drive or bike through there now. Some of the trees are so big they have cave like depressions in them.

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