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1940s - Future Site of Burbank Gardens
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Burbank Public Library
Around Burbank: Businesses, Homes, and Streets
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Burbank Public Library, Burbank in Focus Office
Photo of a new housing development with signs reading "See Model Home, Burbank Gardens, Sanitary Sewers Installed and Paid For" and "Brand New Single Family 3 Bedroom Home." According to a Burbank Citywide Historic Context Report written in 2009, "By 1944, rationing restrictions that had been in place during the war were gradually lifted. As a result, many new homes filled in vacant lots of the original Magnolia Park development. Also by this time,several duplex apartment buildings were constructed by Fritz B. Burns as part of 'Burbank Gardens' along Fairview Avenue near Verdugo Avenue in what had been Magnolia Park."
nonprojected graphic
4 x 13½ b&w print
local: cco01071
Burbank (Los Angeles County, Calif.)--Building and Construction--Streets--Roads--Signs and signboards--Model houses--Construction Sites--1940s
City Clerk's Office

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