The site plan for the proposed Clark Tower on Poplar.
Floor plan for the proposed Church of the Good Shepherd at Jackson and University.
A Firestone retail store, on the southeast corner of Poplar and Highland - still a Firestone retail location today. Looking east down Poplar. Poplar Plaza would be on the left.
A rendering of a proposed commercial property on Jackson Avenue near University.
The Philip Belz Manufacturing Company. Presumably this is the original 4-acre home of Belz Enterprises in North Memphis, which opened in the early 1940s.
Sanitary Fish Market, at 824 Poplar near Manassas. Next Sabbatini's Shoe Shop is also pictured.
Stationery letterhead for Future Memphis.
The floor plan for a proposed 5-story apartment building on the northwest corner of Peabody and McLean. The property owner is O.E. Bass.
The resulting facade of the proposed Lamar Theater addition. [The facade pictured is identical to that of the Rialto Theater, which was also owned by Joe Maceri and Paul Zerilla.]
A map showing the intersection of East Parkway and South Parkway in 1940.
A vicinity map for the proposed Church of the Good Shepherd on Jackson. Adjacent property owners are not listed.
A vicinity map for the proposed Bungalow Court at 2306. Includes names of the nearby property owners.
The Hoehn Chevrolet lot on Summer Avenue.
An advertisement for commercial property available for lease. The property, located on Lamar Avenue at Airways and Trezevant, was formerly a Kroger.
The vicinity map for the proposed apartments at Madison and McNeil. Nearby property owners are listed.
A Gulf service station next to the flagship Holiday Inn on Lamar. In 1963, Holiday Inn and Gulf signed a mutually-beneficial deal that led to Gulf stations on many Holiday Inn properties.
Vicinity map for the proposed commercial property on Jackson Avenue, near University.
A boy on a bicycle rides by Blackard's Grocery & Market, at the corner of Holmes and Given.
A vicinity map for the proposed Union Court Apartments, on the north side of Union near Alicia (now Union Extended).
Summer Avenue, including Hoehn Chevrolet, Handy Andy Drive-In, and numerous other businesses.