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If I did this right, this link gives you access to my videos folder. This folder contains all the data I have not packed away in anticipation of moving. Dave

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The commercial section of the 1888 directory, labeled by letter in pdf form. (ex. 1888 com a)
the 1888 and 1889 streets in the murder district. ex (1888 md,1889 md)
all the bacon map sheets I have fitted to google earth. Labeled as Bacon and a kmz file.
all the streets from the 1888 directory ex (a streets, b streets ...ect)

The murder district is defined as the area within stright lines connecting the crime scenes. See image. Dave
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Here is another stab at the right link. Dave
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I think I might have learned something! The link takes you to a folder. You must then click on "my files" in the top right to get a list of files in the folder. Then just make your selection. Sorry for the unclearness, I am learning file sharing as I go. Dave
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In the intervening hours something has changed. Now when I follow the link it gives me static about encryption. If you encounter this, scroll down the page and select to go on without encryption. Dave
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I think there is a bit of a problem with this - which makes me feel bad, as I was the one who suggested it (among others).

Using Internet Explorer, after various frustrating navigation around humyo.com, I see the following (screen grab):
Name:  humyo1.jpg
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Size:  26.9 KB

But as humyo seemed to be logging me in automatically even when I deselected "Keep me signed in", I tried using a different browser, and was unable to see more than the single file "1888 md".

I hate to say it, but I wonder whether it may be worth trying one of the other options. I'm sure people will find this material useful, but humyo doesn't make it very easy to get to.
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Please give it another try. I am in the process of moving, and if I have to reload all this on another site, I have data packed away that could be added. Thanks and keep me posted. Dave
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I just ran the link in IE and had no problem. When you arrive there is a grey bar at the top of the screen with the option of "my files" in it. Click that button and it should work, it just did for me. 6:31 pm cst. Dave
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Protohistorian,

Many thanks for scanning these!

Much appreciated & keep 'em coming!

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PS FYI, it seems that downloading files over 50 Mb requires a humyo account. Luckily there's a 2-week trial...

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PS FYI, it seems that downloading files over 50 Mb requires a humyo account. Luckily there's a 2-week trial...
Curiously I can see all the files now whichever browser I use, and whether I'm logged in or not. After using the URL in message number 1, I followed the link labelled "View all the files David M. Gates has shared with you".

I think a free humyo account should be sufficient to download all the files.
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