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City residents sought to maintain the respectability of their immediate environs, and the city had an interest in minimizing disorder and perceived immorality. The police, usually tipped off by neighbors through petitions or complaints, inspected “suspicious” houses and sometimes forced residents to vacate their premises.

[Mayor Paul Capedeville. Records, 1900-1904]

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