Ben Proctor street - in my neighborhood

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  1. red4

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    Every time I pass it by, it catches my eye. I always associate it with the TF concept artist, but there's no way that street is named after him. The oddity is heightened by the fact that every street in my neighborhood is indeed named after an artist. Is his name spelled Procter or Proctor? 'Cause the street in my neighborhood is spelled "Proctor". I've looked up the name very unthoroughly, and didn't find anything conclusive to explain the street. Too many Ben Proctors to sort through.

    Does anybody have any ideas?

    And for posterity, I'll go ahead and "cool story bro" myself.

    cool story bro
     
  2. Aernaroth

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    Are you in Montana? There was a democratic politician named Ben Proctor active in the 50s, maybe it was him.
     
  3. Mr. Sparklebot

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    Maybe he's from the area? Or there is a major TF fan running your town. I haven't a clue.

    Here's my cool story (bro): there is a Sesame Street not too far from my neighborhood. Not surprisingly, the road signs always get stolen.
     
  4. red4

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    I'm in Texas, and Van Gogh and Rembrandt aren't from Texas, but they are street names in my neighborhood.
     

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