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  1. The area where this house stood was never referred to as Ensley. It was in the Elyton community. The tree was not cut down in the 1960s, but in the late 1930s, which is when the Elyton Public Housing project was built.

  2. Just making a friendly observation: You can thank a progressive Democratic president for enabling the resources that made this pice of history tangible.

    1. All the while prolonging the Great Depression by at least 8 years! . Uh, it is spelled ‘piece’!

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