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So Much to See #10 (3/2/2008)


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Below is a small portion of a picture taken somewhere in the Lawrence city limits. It may be something you've never noticed before.Each day I'll post an image that shows a larger part of the full picture. I'll notify the first person who identifies the location and subject of the picture.


Image #2:

Hint #1:The picture was taken somewhere in the blue rectangle below.

View Larger MapImage #3:

Image #4:

The EleventhStephanie identified the house at 15th (actually 1501) Pennsylvania) first. Here is the entire picture:
(Click on picture to see a larger image)


i_have_only_valid_opinions 10 years ago

I can't remember where it is, but it always has a red light burning in it. Surprised all of the fellas don't know it by heart.

Ronda Miller 10 years ago

Have to say the picture is so beautiful, but I have no idea where it is, or what it is!

David Klamet 10 years ago

No correct answers yet.

I'll send a private message via your LJ World acct.

geekin_topekan 10 years ago

Next to the mnicipal building at 10th and New Hampshire?

chemegirlie 10 years ago

Is it that museum on the NW corner of 11th and Mass?

coolmarv 10 years ago

St. Luke's church at 9th and New York

mom_of_three 10 years ago

okay, I could be totally wrong. but I will make the first guess. The windows look like those from the Plymouth congregational Church on Vermont

mom_of_three 10 years ago

no, think i am wrong. same shape, different detail

Sheryl Wiggins 10 years ago

St. John's Catholic church on Kentucky?

Nikki May 10 years ago

OK, my internet was out yesterday, but I was going to say I don't think it's st lukes.

Nikki May 10 years ago

Ok, it's this house on 15th just near Barker. I thought it might be so I took 15th to work instead of 19th. Anyway, I can't remember the name. I thought someone told me it was called Blood, but I could be wrong.

Nikki May 10 years ago

But does it have a name? It doesn't have to have a name, just wondering.

lori 10 years ago

The house used to owned (and may still be) by the Hughes family.

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