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Coverage is exactly "Loudon Ave"
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ark:/16417/th71j0c0jkmm8Inquiring Reporter hears about favorite recipes. Mrs. R. L. Blankenship, 201 Loudon avenue.
ark:/16417/th71kzsnxlmwjJim Graves, 178 Loudon avenue, at his radio set, trying to get messages through to Texas City. Feature by William Stucky.
ark:/16417/th715m86m142lJim Graves, 178 Loudon avenue, at his radio set, trying to get messages through to Texas City. Feature by William Stucky. April, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7cgq9p45mhsJim Graves, 178 Loudon avenue, at his radio set, trying to get messages through to Texas City. Feature by William Stucky. April, 1947.
ark:/16417/th7l6d72l0sj7Jim Graves, 178 Loudon avenue, at his radio set, trying to get messages through to Texas City. Feature by William Stucky. April, 1947.
ark:/16417/th715j9n1fb6kMiss Jeanne Bucher standing beside heavy growth of ragweed on Loudon avenue.
ark:/16417/th76kht9t4hx8Miss Jeanne Bucher standing beside heavy growth of ragweed on Loudon avenue. August, 1947.
ark:/16417/th71dpn0g5m83One of series of articles on Lexington landmarks. The Meadows, historic home of Dr. Elisha Warfield on Loudon Avenue.
ark:/16417/th71b5lhzt2z7One of series of articles on Lexington landmarks. The Meadows, historic home of Dr. Elisha Warfield on Loudon Avenue. October, 1947.
ark:/16417/th71ph86dpx37Strikers in front of Loudon Avenue headquarters of Lexington Railway System.