Garden City

Garden City or Garden Suburb may refer to:

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Garden City, Roanoke, Virginia - History
... Annexed by the city in 1949, development of Garden City can be traced to the establishment of the American Viscose Plant along the Roanoke River in 1917 ...
List Of Municipalities On Long Island - Nassau County - Town of Hempstead
... Beach, Bellerose, Cedarhurst, East Rockaway, Freeport, Garden City, Hempstead (village), Hewlett Bay Park, Hewlett Harbor, Hewlett Neck, Island Park, Lawrence, Lynbrook, Malverne, Rockville ...
Culture In Dresden - Dresden-Hellerau – Germany's First Garden City
... The Garden City of Hellerau, at that time a suburb of Dresden, was founded in 1909 according to the principles postulated by the British reformer Ebenezer Howard ... In 1950 Hellerau was incorporated into the city of Dresden ... In the 1990s the garden city of Hellerau became a conservation area ...
Sanford–Brown Institute – Garden City
... Sanford–Brown Institute – Garden City is a for-profit technical school located at 711 Stewart Avenue in East Garden City, New York, and is part of the Sanford-Brown ... Sanford-Brown Institute’s Garden City school, originally known as the Ultrasound Diagnostic School, and locaed in Carle Place, New York, opened in 2004 ...
List Of County Routes In Nassau County, New York - Routes
... A10,003.85} !3.85 NY 102 / CR 106 in Hempstead village Franklin Street and Franklin Avenue CR 25 in Garden City 5B ! CR 5B A10004.39 !4.39 A10,007.07} !7.07 NY 24 in Franklin Square New Hyde Park Road I-495 exit 34 in ...

Famous quotes containing the words city and/or garden:

    London ... remains a man’s city where New York is chiefly a woman’s. London has whole streets that cater to men’s wants. It has its great solid phalanx of fortress clubs.
    Louis Kronenberger (1904–1980)

    He had the oaks for heating and for light.
    He had a hen, he had a pig in sight.
    He had a well, he had the rain to catch.
    He had a ten-by-twenty garden patch.
    Nor did he lack for common entertainment.
    That I assume was what our passing train meant.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)