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Earhart Boulevard (Page Two)
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Earhart Expressway at new Union Station
Unknown date
[Photograph by Leon Trice]
Earhart Expressway toward new Union Station
Unknown date
[Photograph by C.F. Weber]
Earhart Boulevard at Calliope and Loyola
April, 1952
[Photograph by Photography Unlimited]
Earhart Boulevard by rear of Union Station
Unknown date
Earhart Boulevard from South Jefferson Davis Parkway toward South Broad
Attached text: "WHERE TRAINS ONCE ROLLED: Earhart Boulevard, one of the major thoroughfares serving Place Bienville in front of the new Union Passenger Terminal, has been extended from South Dupre to Jefferson Davis Parkway and is now being extended to South Carrolton. Following the bed of obsolete railroad tracks, this new double-lane boulevard will eventually be extended all the way to the Jefferson Parish line. October, 1954
[Photograph by Leon Trice]
Earhart Boulevard over the Washington Avenue Canal
January 15, 1954
[Photograph by Leon Trice]
Earhart Boulevard over the Washington Avenue Canal
Unknown date
[Photograph by Leon Trice]
Earhart Boulevard over the Washington Avenue Canal
Unknown date
[Photograph by Leon Trice]
Earhart Boulevard over the Washington Avenue Canal
Unknown date
[Photograph by Leon Trice]
Earhart Boulevard widening from Claibourne looking toward river "before"
Unknown date
Earhart Boulevard and work on Calliope Street shooting toward Claibourne from side of train sheds
Unknown date
[Photograph by Leon Trice]
Earhart Boulevard "after"
Unknown date
Earhart Boulevard coming into South Carrolton, shooting from South Carrolton toward Jefferson Davis Parkway "before"
August 12, 1955
[Photograph by Leon Trice]
Earhart Boulevard "before" extension to Monroe from Dublin Street
February, 1957
Earhart Boulevard "after" extension to Monroe from Dublin Street
January, 1960
[Photograph by Jack Beech]
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