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Maps of Hayti then & now

View larger (JPG, 1 MB) • A development map from 1960 shows the planned urban renewal overlayed on the existing community. The proposed route for N.C. 147 is highlighted in gray.

Photo courtesy of Endangered Durham

View larger (JPG, 1 MB) • A development map from 1960 shows the planned urban renewal overlayed on the existing community. The proposed route for N.C. 147 is highlighted in gray.

click to enlarge View larger (JPG, 500 KB) • An aerial photo taken in 1940 looking west shows the community south of the railyards; the American Tobacco Campus can be seen two-thirds of the way up on the left. - PHOTO COURTESY OF N.C. COLLECTION/ DURHAM COUNTY LIBRARY
  • Photo courtesy of N.C. Collection/ Durham County Library
  • View larger (JPG, 500 KB) • An aerial photo taken in 1940 looking west shows the community south of the railyards; the American Tobacco Campus can be seen two-thirds of the way up on the left.
click to enlarge View larger (JPG, 450 KB) • An image from Google Earth shows the same area today.
  • Maps of Hayti then & now

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