Los Angeles, California, Along Pershing Square, c1918

The park formerly known as La Plaza Abaja was first used as a camp for settlers on the outskirts of the original Pueblo de Los Angeles. It became a public square in 1866, with Cyprus and citrus trees planted soon thereafter. During the real estate boom of the early 20th century, the park was redesigned in a formal Beaux Arts Style. Then, in 1918, it was renamed after General John Pershing, commander of American armed forces overseas.

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Los Angeles, California, Along Pershing Square, c1918

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