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The 200 block of Hillsboro Street—as it was originally spelled—looking east toward the State Capitol

Undated glass plate, Albert Barden Collection courtesy of the North Carolina State Archives

The 200 block of Hillsboro Street—as it was originally spelled—looking east toward the State Capitol

Construction at N.C. State and Pullen Park, 1934 - ALBERT BARDEN COLLECTION COURTESY OF THE NORTH CAROLINA STATE ARCHIVES

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