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Georgia State Route 82 (1930–1941)

                                               

Georgia State Route 316

State Route 316, also known as University Parkway, or Georgia 316, is a 38.9-mile-long state highway that exists in the northern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. It links the Atlanta metropolitan area with Athens, home of the University of Geor ...

                                               

Georgia State Route 350

                                               

Georgia State Route 422

                                               

Georgia State Route 901

                                               

U.S. Route 29 in Georgia

U.S. Route 29 in the state of Georgia, is a north–south United States Numbered Highway that runs southwest to northeast from West Point at the Alabama state line to the South Carolina state line, near Lake Hartwell. From West Point at the to down ...

                                               

U.S. Route 78 Business (Athens, Georgia)

                                               

U.S. Route 441 in Georgia

U.S. Route 441 in the U.S. state of Georgia is a 354.2-mile-long north–south United States Highway. It travels from the Florida state line near the Fargo city area to the North Carolina state line, in the northern part of Dillard. It is a spur ro ...

                                               

Sheltering Arms Hospital (Athens, Ohio)

The Sheltering Arms Hospital, located in Athens, Ohio, started as a two-room home-based maternity ward in 1921 and grew into a medical and surgical facility as the original facility was expanded. In operation at Clark Street from 1921 until 1970, ...

                                               

Louisiana Technology Park

Louisiana Technology Park is a business incubator in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Also known as the Tech Park and LTP, the non-profit focuses on statewide economic development, nurturing early to mid-stage high-tech start-up companies and digital medi ...

                                               

Houses in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

                                               

Baton Rouge, Louisiana building and structure stubs

                                               

Interstate 410 (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)

Interstate 110 is an auxiliary Interstate Highway in the U.S. state of Louisiana. It runs 9.06 miles in a north–south direction as a spur of I-10 in the city of Baton Rouge. The route branches off of I-10 just east of the Horace Wilkinson Bridge ...

                                               

Interstate 410 (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)

                                               

Louisiana Highway 30 Spur

                                               

Louisiana Highway 32

                                               

Louisiana Highway 73

Louisiana Highway 73 is a state highway in Louisiana stretching from Geismar to Baton Rouge. LA 73 was built as a bypass to the backbends of River Road. It was soon after bypassed itself in a more complete way with U.S. Route 61.

                                               

Louisiana Highway 408

                                               

Louisiana Highway 423

                                               

Louisiana Highway 425

Louisiana Highway 425 was a state highway in Louisiana that served East Baton Rouge Parish. It spanned 2.02 miles in a south to north direction, and was located completely within the city limits of Baton Rouge. It is known as Staring Lane.

                                               

Louisiana Highway 426

                                               

Louisiana Highway 427

                                               

Louisiana Highway 946

                                               

Louisiana Highway 950

                                               

U.S. Route 61/190 Business

U.S. Highway 61/190 Business is a state highway in Louisiana that serves East Baton Rouge Parish. It spans 10.89 miles in a southeast to northwest direction and it is bannered as Business 61/190, with no directional shields. It generally follows ...

                                               

U.S. Route 61 Bypass (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)

                                               

U.S. Route 65 Bypass (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)

                                               

U.S. Route 190 Bypass (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)

                                               

Ashby station (BART)

Ashby is a Bay Area Rapid Transit station located under Adeline Street and perpendicular to Ashby Avenue in South Berkeley of Berkeley, California. The station includes park-and-ride facilities with 715 automobile parking spaces in two separate p ...

                                               

Berkeley Piano Club

The Berkeley Piano Club was founded in 1893 by Berkeley women. In 1912 the club built a clubhouse designed by William L. Woollett with an internationally known performance space. It was designated a city historical landmark in 2005. The designati ...

                                               

David Brower Center

The David Brower Center is a nonprofit space located in downtown Berkeley, California, containing three floors of office space, a gallery focusing primarily on environmental and social art, conference facilities, a 178-seat theater, and a restaur ...

                                               

John Hopkins Spring Estate

The John Hopkins Spring Estate is a large estate in Berkeley, California. The associated Spring Mansion was built in the 1910s by East Bay developer John Hopkins Spring and designed by architect John Hudson Thomas. It later became the site of a s ...

                                               

National Register of Historic Places in Berkeley, California

                                               

Cerrito Creek

Cerrito Creek is one of the principal watercourses running out of the Berkeley Hills into San Francisco Bay in northern California. It is significant for its use as a boundary demarcation historically, as well as presently. In the early 19th cent ...

                                               

Codornices Creek

Codornices Creek, 2.0 miles long, is one of the principal creeks which runs out of the Berkeley Hills in the East Bay area of the San Francisco Bay Area in California. In its upper stretch, it passes entirely within the city limits of Berkeley, a ...

                                               

Schoolhouse Creek (Alameda County)

The creek acquired its name from a school which was sited adjacent to it, the Ocean View School the first school in todays Berkeley, established 1856 on land donated by Jose Domingo Peralta. The school was later replaced by the San Pablo Avenue S ...

                                               

Tightwad Hill

Tightwad Hill is the popular name for Charter Hill, the hill rising to the east of California Memorial Stadium at the University of California, Berkeley. Tightwad Hill is so named as it affords a free view of the stadiums field, allowing fans of ...

                                               

Village Creek (Alameda County)

                                               

Wildcat Creek (California)

Wildcat Creek is a 13.4-mile-long creek which flows through Wildcat Canyon situated between the Berkeley Hills and the San Pablo Ridge, emptying into San Pablo Bay in Contra Costa County, northern California.

                                               

Neighborhoods in Berkeley, California

                                               

Berkeley Historical Plaque Project

The Berkeley Historical Plaque Project, founded in 1997, is a Berkeley, California non-profit 501 organization whose mission is to document Berkeley’s history through plaques identifying locations of historical import. Sponsors include the City o ...

                                               

West Berkeley California

West Berkeley is generally the area of Berkeley, California, that lies west of San Pablo Avenue, abutting San Francisco Bay. It includes the area that was once the unincorporated town of Ocean View, as well as the filled-in areas along the shorel ...

                                               

Centuries in Berkeley, California

                                               

Center for Safe Energy

The Center for Safe Energy is non-profit environmental group founded in 1991 by Francis Underhill Macy and Enid Schreibman. Located in Berkeley, California, the Center has been organizing technical and cultural collaborations between Americans an ...

                                               

Seminary Square Park

Seminary Square Park, also known as the Seminary Park, is a historic public park located at Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana. It was established in 1816 by an Act of Congress as the original site of Indiana Seminary, a preparatory school that ...

                                               

CarDon & Associates

CarDon & Associates owns and operates senior housing and rehabilitation communities in central and southern Indiana. It is one of the largest such companies in the state, with 20 senior centers and approximately 3.000 employees. It is family-owne ...

                                               

Academic Structure of Indiana University (Bloomington)

The Office of the Provost at Indiana University Bloomington oversees the academic programs, research, and policies of 16 schools on the Indiana University Bloomington campus. Together, these units offer more than 550 individual degree programs an ...

                                               

Indiana University Bloomington faculty

                                               

Indiana University Bloomington staff

                                               

Allen House (Boulder, Colorado)

The Allen House located at 1510 Mariposa Avenue in Boulder, Colorado, USA, is an Historic Landmark Building and registered as such with the City of Boulder. The structure is notable for its age, condition and for its membership in the Boulder Flo ...

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