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Little Village was built on farmland owned by a Mr. Davidson. His original farmhouse stands on the hill east of our entrance on Vivion Road. Marvin Poole was the developer, and building started in 1946. The first phase of Little Village includes most of the houses south of 50th Street. Poole went into the military in the late 40’s. When he returned home around 1950, he worked toward the completion of the subdivision. Prior to the development of Little Village, the only house in the immediate area- other than the Davidson home and the Summers’ home where Hillside Christian Church stands- was a red brick house on N. Troost, which was built about 1932.

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Across from Winnetonka, N. Topping. 8-4. more
Started: June 15th 2016Replies: 0

Theft

I had a moped stolen from 1801 W. 41st and Bell St... (apartments) The moped is red &white, classic retro style, brand is Tao Tao..sticker emblem on sides was partially torn off on both sides due... more
Started: October 19th 2015Replies: 0

Free Swingset available

Hello everyone,   I have a free swingset available to anyone that wants it. Swingset is made out of wood and includes 2 swings, 2 rings, 1 bar swing and a nice slide.   Please let me know of... more
Started: May 13th 2014Replies: 1

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