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Melrose Golden Wildcats TSSAA Boys Large Class State Boys' 35-0 Basketball Champions, Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis TN - Circa 1974

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Melrose Boys Basketball Class AAA Tennessee State Boys' Basketball Champions, Vanderbilt Memorial Gymnasium - Circa 1983

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Forrest Park Hotel Apartments, Madison Ave. & Court Ave. at Manassas St., Memphis TN - Circa 1940

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I saw Crosstown Concourse for the first time last week. What a great addition to the city. For those that haven't seen it, it worth going out your way. Make sure you go inside.
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(05-02-2018 06:14 PM)dcg141 Wrote:  I saw Crosstown Concourse for the first time last week. What a great addition to the city. For those that haven't seen it, it worth going out your way. Make sure you go inside.

Yea, I must admit it is interesting. I enjoyed going there. I wish they would light the top of the tower. It would be a good look if tastefully done.
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(05-08-2018 03:26 PM)tigerlands Wrote:  
(05-02-2018 06:14 PM)dcg141 Wrote:  I saw Crosstown Concourse for the first time last week. What a great addition to the city. For those that haven't seen it, it worth going out your way. Make sure you go inside.

Yea, I must admit it is interesting. I enjoyed going there. I wish they would light the top of the tower. It would be a good look if tastefully done.

Like the Bat Signal?

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Innaugration of the Italian Catholic Club of Memphis, Photo by C.H. Poland, Memphis TN - Circa 1921

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(05-01-2018 01:25 AM)Cletus Wrote:  [Image: 41777102702_f18a05fee5_o.jpg]

Melrose Golden Wildcats TSSAA Boys Large Class State Boys' 35-0 Basketball Champions, Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis TN - Circa 1974

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And crazy mayne Spook Bradley #32
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(05-11-2018 08:45 PM)Hernando Hills Tiger Wrote:  And crazy mayne Spook Bradley #32

PG Alvin Wright front row left
Memphis State (1974-78)
Wright led Memphis in assists all four seasons he controlled the ball,
Wright increased his scoring average from 7.9 as a freshman to 15.5 as a senior.
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