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Prepared by Dyani Scheuerman, March 18, 2003; revised August 2005; revised March 2018
Inclusive Dates: May, 1971
Extent: .16 cubic foot (1 slim document case)
Physical Location: 11th floor
Scope and Content: This collection consists of photographs taken by Jack Davis in May, 1971. The pictures include views of property in Kent, Ohio that were in the path of Haymaker Parkway, a planned bridge and bypass around downtown Kent. During the 1960s, rail traffic was heavy and interrupted the flow of traffic through Main Street (SR59). In the early 1970s, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) developed and constructed the bypass to aleviate traffic congestion and to improve emergency response by the fire and police departments in the City.
Processing Information: Captions have been supplied by Special Collections and Archives staff. Please specialcollections [at] kent.edu (subject: Jack%20Davis%20photos) (contact us) if you believe there are any caption errors or if you can provide information on unidentified buildings and locations.
Alternative Form Available: This collection has been digitized and is available online. The inventory below includes links to the digital content.
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