“The Wide Open Spaces Northeast of Central and Lovers – 1957.” Great

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“The Wide Open Spaces Northeast of Central and Lovers – 1957.” Great

“The Wide Open Spaces Northeast of Central and Lovers – 1957.” Great

“The Wide Open Spaces Northeast of Central and Lovers – 1957.” Great photo by Squire Haskins showing Central Expressway, looking north from just south of Mockingbird. At the bottom right is the still much-missed Dr Pepper plant, which stood at the northwest corner of Mockingbird and Greenville. The Meadows Building can be seen at the upper part of the photo, just south of Lovers Lane. As you can see, in 1957 there was virtually nothing northeast of Central and Lovers. Remember this photo next time you drive past Central Market on Lovers Lane. See link to a much larger image of this photo (and also see another photo showing the same area looking to the south) at FlashbackDallas.com (link in profile). (Photo: Squire Haskins Photography, Inc. Collection, UTA Libraries, Special Collections)

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