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South El Paso, April 23, 2006. The City of El Paso is considering an urban renewal plan for South El Paso. This area is a thriving commercial district because it is directly adjacent to the border with Mexico. The neighborhood also contains interesting buildings, many from the turn of the Twentieth Century. Early on a Sunday morning in the spring of 2006, Susie and I photographed every interesting building on South Oregon Street and South Mesa Street south of Paisano Drive. Here are a dozen of these photographs, beginning with this highly detailed brick building on the northwest corner of South Oregon and Father Rahm.

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