Allen Street

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Allen Street Historic District
... Allen Street Historic District is a historic district in Woonsocket, Rhode Island ... Allen Street contains numerous Victorian and 19th century revival houses constructed mainly after 1860 ...
Tombstone, Arizona - History - City Growth and Decline
... male population spent their hard-earned cash on Allen Street, the major commercial center, open 24 hours a day ... On December 25, 1881 the Bird Cage Theatre opened on Allen Street, offering the miners and Cowboys their kind of bawdy entertainment ... is the wildest, wickedest night spot between Basin Street and the Barbary Coast." The Bird Cage remained open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year until it closed its ...
Allen Street (Manhattan) - History
... Prior to 1799, this street in lower Manhattan was laid out and named Chester Street" ... After the building of the New York Orphan Asylum on this street around May 1806 "Chester Street" was renamed "Asylum Street" ... In 1833, "Asylum Street" was quietly renamed Third Street, and finally "Allen Street." During its heyday in the early part of the 20th Century, it was populated by ...
Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal - Economy
... next to Vulintaba more development at the corner of Allen Street and Memel Roads - Newcastle Crossing new Allen Street Bridge and widening of Allen Street ...

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