Ever wonder what your city looked like a century ago? The answer is available from The University of Texas at Austin’s Perry-CastaÃ±eda Library Map Collection (which has previously been described at tdaxp and by Catholicgauze).
Here’s what the grandest city in South Dakota, Sioux Falls, looked like in 1920:
What’s interesting to me is how few of the streets I am familiar with. Main and Philippes are still in the city’s center, and Minnesota and Cliff are still imposing avenues. But Ridge? Colton?
I recognize some further sites — the Big Sioux River, obviously, as well as the South Dakota
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