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Syracuse City Eagle Vol. 4 Issue 36, Cover story. Que reunion recalls the 15th Ward. What urban renewal didn't destroy
OwnerMargaret Williams
TitleSyracuse City Eagle Vol. 4 Issue 36, Cover story. Que reunion recalls the 15th Ward. What urban renewal didn't destroy
Date Original9/6/2007-9/12/2007
Date Digital6/1/10
DescriptionCover.""In 1950, 92.8 percent of Syracuse's black community was housed in three census tracts 32,33 and 42. The community was small yet concentrated in what was known as the 15th Ward. That area, now home to Upstate University Hospital, various parking garages, highways, and an expanding Syracuse University, was once a vibrant black community."
Location15th Ward
Keywords15th Ward ; History ; Ethnicity ; Que Reunion
Photographer/AuthorSyracuse City Eagle Vol. 4 Issue 36
Digital PublisherBlack History Preservation Project
Digital Specifications5026 x 6704; 101,107,524 bytes; Quality - 24bit, RGB, 600ppi; image/tif; No Compression;
Format OriginalNewspaper article
Summon Content TypeNewspaper Article
Typetext
RightsMaterials in this collection are the property of aforementioned owner. Permission to use this image/item has been granted by owner to the Black History Preservation Project and its current and future partners.
LanguageEnglish
Collection NameBlack History Preservation Project
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