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As protests continue in Brazil, we take a look at how they are part of a global trend toward greater awareness of urban issues.
John Leslie Breck (American, 1860-1899), Garden at Giverny,1890. Oil on canvas, 46 x 56 cm.
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Frank Lloyd Wright in front of model of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, 1956
MCL At Mouth of PE Subway MTA_0370 on Flickr.
Metropolitan Coach Lines streetcar no.5010 on one final excursion on the Glendale - Burbank Line after the end of regular service, June 19 1955.
After this subway tunnel closed, Los Angeles would not see underground rail service until 38 years later when the first operable segment of the Metro Red Line opened for service in 1993.
More information about the first subway tunnel in Los Angeles can be found in this article on Primary Resources.