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Tim Lane's Hopeville Journal 

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Summer 2011. Let's say you enter Hopeville from the north side, from Mullanphy Street, a couple of blocks east of First Street. On the left is a big sign that reads "Welcome to Hopeville, USA."

So begins RFT contributing artist Tim Lane's illustrated look at Hopeville, a homeless camp on the St. Louis riverfront just north of downtown.

Please follow this link to view Tim Lane's Hopeville Journal.

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