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HISTORY OF BRAND PARK.
Leslie Coombs Brand (1859-1925), an early developer of business and banking, became a major figure in the settlement and economic growth of the Glendale area. Brand settled in the area, purchasing land overlooking the City and building a magnificent family residence that became known in the local community as "the Brand Castle." Brand went on to make his fortune in utilities, transportation, and real estate, and his name as a Glendale booster. He installed the area's first airfield on his property and established his own fleet of planes. At the time of his death, Brand was one of Glendale's wealthiest and most influential citizens. Brand partnered with Henry E. Huntington to bring the Pacific Electric Railway, or the "Red Cars," to the area. Leslie C. Brand's final, brilliant legacy to Glendale was the donation of his estate to be converted to a library and park for the use of all Glendale residents.
Originally posted by iParkour
Its one big building for now, or as long ago that picture was taken. You have to take into account how massive that property is. That building is just a spot on it. I took a look at the MSN map and it doesn’t have it whited out.
I would love to tell you what kind of new construction is going on there however i have no new info. Over the weekend I’m going to try to hike up the mountain and see what’s going on. Don’t worry ill take my camera and snap anything that seems suspicious. If you guys don’t hear from me by next week. You know they've got me. Send out the search team lol.
Published on Aug 6, 2012 by autocollisionman
HUNDREDS OF TANKS MOVING IN CALIFORNIA COMING THROUGH BURBANK AND THEY ARE NOT IN DESERT COLORS