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Topic: wakefield

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"Before" at Wakefield, New York City, throug[h] driveway was built

"Before" at Wakefield, New York City, throug[h] driveway was built

Photo shows Wakefield swamp before reclamation, Wakefield, Bronx, N.Y.

Bird's eye view, Wakefield, Neb.

Bird's eye view, Wakefield, Neb.

Postcard shows bird's eye view of Wakefield, Nebraska.

Bird's eye view, Wakefield, Neb.

Bird's eye view, Wakefield, Neb.

Postcard shows bird's eye view of Wakefield, Nebraska.

Lord Mayor of London, Sir Chas. Wakefield

Lord Mayor of London, Sir Chas. Wakefield

Photograph shows British businessman Charles Cheers Wakefield, 1st Viscount Wakefield (1859-1941). (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2013)

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