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    William David Barry and Patricia McGraw Anderson’s invaluable history of Deering.

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    Ducks on the pond at Evergreen Cemetery. (Photo by Carl D. Walsh.)

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    Handsome buildings on the University of New England (formerly Westbrook College) campus. (Photo by Carl D. Walsh.)

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    Deering Center’s Best Street – well named, in the “City of Homes.” (Staff photo by Whitney Hayward.)

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    Musicians rehearse at Ludcke Auditorium on the University of New England campus. (Staff photo by John Patriquin.)

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    A bicyclist navigates a path in Baxter Woods. (Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette.)

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    Evergreen Cemetery’s Wilde Memorial Chapel, designed by Portland architect Frederick Tompson, was built in 1902. (Photo by Carl D. Walsh.)

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    Now condominiums, this handsome home on Pleasant Street was Maine’s first osteopathic hospital when it opened in 1937. (Photo by Carl D. Walsh.)

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    A bicycle basket sign marks the fourth annual Porchfest last Sept. 10. The event features musicians playing on neighborhood porches. (Staff photo by Joel Page.)

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    The Odd Fellows published the pamphlet “Deering: A City of Homes” in 1897. (“Deering: A Social and Architectural History,” by William David Barry and Patricia McGraw Anderson.)

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    St. Joseph’s Convent, long a landmark on Stevens Avenue, is being converted to senior housing. (Photo by Carl D. Walsh.)

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    Houses along Ludlow Street border Presumpscot Park. (Staff photo by Derek Davis.)

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    The Burbank Branch of the Portland Public Library moved to its present location in 1995. (Photo by Carl D. Walsh).

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    Pedestrians pass the Quality Shop on Stevens Avenue. The store has been owned by the same family since 1945. (Staff photo by Joel Page.)

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    Deering High School’s students are from more than 30 countries and speak more than 50 languages. (Photo by Carl D. Walsh.)

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    Businesses along Stevens Avenue in the heart of Deering Center. (Photo by Carl D. Walsh.)

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