This is a historical photograph for Universal City. Taken on December 9, 1931, it shows at the bottom of the photograph the original T-shaped layout of the streets of the city. Eventually most of the streets would be paved and become part of what would is now called “Old Town” Universal City. However, the streets at the very center bottom of the photograph (this was the M. Riley Wyatt plat) would never be constructed as planned. The subsequent diagonal cut of State Highway 218 (Pat Booker Road) across the section in 1935 and re-platting in the 1950s and early 1960s would drastically alter that portion of the city. (USAF)

This is a historical photograph for Universal City. Taken on December 9, 1931, it shows at the bottom of the photograph the original T-shaped layout of the streets of the city. Eventually most of the streets would be paved and become part of what would is now called “Old Town” Universal City. However, the streets at the very center bottom of the photograph (this was the M. Riley Wyatt plat) would never be constructed as planned. The subsequent diagonal cut of State Highway 218 (Pat Booker Road) across the section in 1935 and re-platting in the 1950s and early 1960s would drastically alter that portion of the city. (USAF)

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