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|Title||DISCARDED TIRES LITTER THE SHORELINE OF THE MIDDLE BRANCH OF BALTIMORE Harbour NEAR WATERVIEW AVENUE|
|Author||Jim Pickerell, 1936-, Photographer ( NARA record: 4588217)
|Record creator||Environmental Protection Agency. (12/02/1970 - )|
NAIL Control Number: NWDNS-412-DA-5196
|Source||U.S. National Archives and Records Administration|
|Place||Baltimore (Md.) (
; NARA geographical record)|
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|JPEG file comment||Portrait|
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