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An official form (2551) and photographs from the Department of Highways in Minnesota about 318 Farrington.

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Photograph of Gayneel and Leon Ponder's house torn down in 1973. They were the original owners. When their daughter, Margaret Lovejoy, repurchased the lot, in 1975, she found a piece of the original siding in the dirt.

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Framed photograph of Rangh Court, a housing development built by Archie and Marvin Anderson's father and colleagues through the Twin City Negro Development Co., Inc.

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Photograph portrays Archie Anderson Senior on the right and Ira Rawls on the left in front of the housing development. Archie Anderson, Sr. was the secretary of the project at Twin City Negro Development Co.; Rawls was the president.

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Photograph portrays Ira Rawls on the right, president of Twin City Negro Development Co. and Reginald Harris, maintenance man, on the left.

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Photograph portrays Lola Finny, mother of the former St. Paul Police Chief, Mrs. Clemons, and Bula, all in front of the housing development.

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Framed stock certificate of the 989 Rondo Housing Development.

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This advertisement from the St. Paul Sun announces the Grand Opening of Rangh Court located at 989-995 Rondo Avenue. It was a project developed by the Twin Cities Negro Development Co., Inc. The St. Paul Sun was a newspaper distinct to the Rondo…

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Official drawing of the floorplan for the property at 318 Farrington
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