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Skid row housing athority
Interviewee (possibly Minneapolis Housing and Redelopment Authority Executive Director Robert Jorvig) discusses plans for relocation of about 2,900 people as part of the Minneapolis Gateway Urban Renewal Project. Street scenes along Washington Avenue in Minneapolis show businesses including Gay Nineties Tavern (40 Washington Avenue), Max's Loan Office, Marionette Tavern, Purity Liquor Store, Connie's Coney Island (102 Washington Avenue South), Jimmy's Valet Shop (104 Washington Avenue South), Cappy's Grill (20 Washington Avenue), and Jerry Oyaas Tire and Appliance Co.
Transcribed Title: Skid row housing athority
Supplied Title: authority
1 film segment
Content Category: moving images
Standard silent aperture, full frame
Original reversal film
16 millimeters width
Contributor: KSTP-TV (Television station : Saint Paul, Minn.)
Contributor: Jorvig, Robert
Minneapolis Housing and Redevelopment Authority
Gateway District (Minneapolis, Minn.).
Urban renewal -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis.
About: Gateway District, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, United States
KSTP-TV Archive, Minnesota Historical Society
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7098 (Video Clip Number)