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Don Boyd | all galleries >> Memories of Old Hialeah, Old Miami and Old South Florida Photo Galleries - largest non-Facebook collection on the internet >> 1950 to 1959 Miami Area Historical Photos Gallery - click on image to view > 1951 - the northwest corner of NW 7 Avenue and 95 Street, Miami
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1951 - the northwest corner of NW 7 Avenue and 95 Street, Miami

1951 - the northwest corner of NW 7 Avenue and 95 Street, Miami

NW corner of NW 7th Avenue and 95th Street

It appears that NW 7th Avenue is under some serious reconstruction at the time of the photo. County Plumbing is visible on the next block to the north.

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Guest 13-Jan-2012 10:08
What Kinseeker says about them widening 7th Ave makes sense. In the previous photo of the hardware store, there's a barricade in front of the store blocking the roadway and a sign that says ROAD CLOSED.
Don Boyd08-Aug-2011 22:33
G. Hooper: thank you for posting those great memories for others to read. Please feel free to post all over the site if you have more memories that you would like to share with us.

G. Hooper 08-Aug-2011 16:22
During the 1940's there was a road house called The Miami Moon located across the street on the northeast corner of this intersection. 79th street was the city limit. There was another nightclub on the east side of 7th ave arount 81st st called Zizzen's Bowery that was a favorite for GIs on R&R during WWII,
J Hilsenbeck 20-Aug-2010 01:18
I believe Renner's Donuts was located in this building in the mid 50's. Great glazed donuts!
kinseeker26-Apr-2010 01:25
They were widening 7th Ave to give better access to the new Biscayne Kennel Club at 119th St.
Elaine 08-Feb-2008 04:09
Thank you for these pictures. My family owned property off both sides of 95th street and I lived on 8th Ave just off 95th street during the mid 60's. This bring back many memories.
Ray23-Oct-2007 03:20
Notice the traffic light is strung from a pole behind the building. Seems totally strange with today's standards.