Homes are located on all four corners of the 41st Street and Lewis Avenue intersection, including two large residences on the northwest corner behind a white split-rail fence. The intersection, which is four lanes with left-turn lanes on each approach, also has been a home for birds, as they usually nest annually in front of the red lights on the left-turn signals, which often hides most of the signal from view. A mile south of 41st Street, Lewis Avenue becomes more of a business corridor, with different establishments along the street. Photo taken September 1986.
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