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      Dean McGee & Gaylord - Downtown
      Dean McGee & Gaylord - Downtown

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      TexanOkie


      Cyburbian

      Registered: June 2007
      Location: Oklahoma City
      Posts: 2,904
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      To the rear right, behind the railroad, is some new development in what used to be Deep Deuce, a thriving black neighborhood in the 1920's through 1950's. Count Basie used to live there in the 1920's. It was torn down in the 1960's to build I-235 north to I-44.
      · Date: 2009-1-21 · Views: 1,303
      · Filesize: 51.6kb, 267.3kb · Dimensions: 1024 x 767
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