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Millard Tyre Centre

millard tyre centre

  • Millard is a surname, and may refer to: * Henry Millard (c. 1796–1844), Texan revolutionary. * Joseph Millard (1836–1922), U.S. Senator from Nebraska. * Stephen C. Millard (1841–1914), U.S. politician from New York. * Spencer G. Millard (1856–1895), U.S. politician from California.

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  • concentrate: direct one's attention on something; "Please focus on your studies and not on your hobbies"

  • center: move into the center; "That vase in the picture is not centered"

  • a low-lying region in central France

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  • A port on the Mediterranean Sea in southern Lebanon; pop. 14,000. Founded in the 2nd millennium bc as a colony of Sidon, it was for centuries a Phoenician port and trading center

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Millard Canyon

Millard Canyon

Historic Millard Canyon begins in the Angeles National Forest and ends at the Arroyo Seco in Altadena. The trails have been used by the public for millennia, beginning with the Native Americans who traveled seasonally through the canyon from the mountains to the plains along the Arroyo Seco and the Los Angeles River. In the 1820s, Millard Canyon was known as Church Canyon because the lumber to build La Placita Catholic Church was brought from the canyon to the original Pueblo de Los Angeles, the birth place of the City. Robert Owens, a slave who bought his freedom and moved to Millard Canyon around 1850, used local trails to get firewood and building materials down to the U.S. Army post near the Los Angeles harbor. Owen Brown, son of abolitionist John Brown, moved to Altadena after surviving his father's raid on a government arsenal at Harper's Ferry in Virginia in 1859. Owen Brown was buried on a peak overlooking Millard Canyon. A wealthy gated enclave now seeks to cut off public access to historic Millard Canyon trails by posting "No Tresspassing" signs, leading to a law suit by trail users.

03a Fletcher Bowron Square (E)

03a Fletcher Bowron Square (E)

Los Angeles Mall, 1973-74
Stanton and Stockwell; Cornell S Bridgers, Troller and Hazlett, Landscape Architects
East side of North Main Steets between East First and Aliso Streets

The civic addition consists of a six-level mall, a four-level undergrown parking garage, and three buildings: City Hall East, City Hall South, and a small Children's Museum. The skyway which connects the mall to the original City Hall is as dull as the other buildings. The two objects which make a noble, but vain attempt to lift all of this out of the mundane is Millard Sheets wonderful mural at the Main Street entrance to City Hall East (Stanton and Stockwell, 1973-74) and Josph Young's Triforium (1975), a sixty-foot fountain of light and music. The landscaping is well carried out, but now ten years after it was finished, it is all beginning to look a bit tired. Even the fountains run only itermittently.

Architecture in Los Angeles: A Compleat Guide
David Gebhard and Robert Winters
Downtown, Civic Center, No. 8.

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