"Thousands of people drive over it every day and never even notice it. Even when identified as being located at the junction of Clifford, Friendship and Chestnut Streets at the edge of downtown Providence, few would know where to find it. More people would know it as the parcel of land situated between Leo's and the Met Cafe, surrounded by a broken chain-link fence and a favorite depository for "dead" bottles. Inconsequential as this lot appears to be, it presents an opportunity and a problem in the capital city.
Smolski, Chester, "A Visit to Litter 'Graveyard' Might Resurrect Bottle Bill" (1981). Smolski Texts. 101.