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Juan the barber cutting Marcos' hair, Alley W. of Juniper St., by 108th St., LA

Juan the barber cutting Marcos' hair, Alley W. of Juniper St., by 108t...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by photographer. Forms part of the Vergara Photograph Collection (Library of Congress). Exhibited as a digital copy in: "Not an Ostrich: And Other Images f... more

Mellor & Meigs Architectural Office, 205 South Juniper Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Mellor & Meigs Architectural Office, 205 South Juniper Street, Philade...

Significance: The building was originally built as a carriagehouse and stable (note its form and purpose in the HABS photograph). It was later extensively altered for use as an architectural office for a respec... more

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