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1950s - Workers Building a Stone Wall in Stough Park
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Burbank Public Library
Burbank Parks and Recreation
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Burbank Public Library, Burbank in Focus Office
Workers construct a stone wall in Stough Park in the 1950s. According to the Burbank Parks and Recreation Department, Stough Canyon Park originated in 1916 as a gift to the city of over 128 acres to be used exclusively as public parkland from real estate developer Oliver J. Stough. Improvement of the upper portion, known as “Inspiration Point,” began in 1934 and, by 1950, included facilities for picnics and camping as well as a wading pool. Many of these facilities were removed in 1958 when the city appropriated additional surrounding land and construction of the nearby DeBell golf course commenced.
nonprojected graphic
7¾ x 9½ b&w negative
local: cco01404
Burbank (Los Angeles County, Calif.)--Parks and Recreation--Building and Construction--Construction Workers--Masonry--Rocks--Stone walls--Trees--Men--1950s
City Clerk's Office

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