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Topic: building deterioration

1896
1896
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2013
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The old story / Keppler.

Print shows Puck holding a lithographic pen, talking to President McKinley as a "shiftless tenant" sitting in a rocking chair while the roof labeled "Bad Currency System" on his house deteriorates, creating a large hole.

65 East 125th St., Harlem, 2002

Photograph shows two storefronts, boarded up.

Like one of Goya's Caprichos in Mack Ave. at Lenox, Detroit. The head is so big, it could tip the building over, 2013

Photo shows an abandoned dairy store, originally Wilson Dairy store and later Dairy Ann, C&P Ice Cream Bar, and a barbecue joint, with a large cow head on top and grafitti.

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