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Leon Garr honored with “Leon Garr Square”
By LA Sentinel Staff
Published May 11, 2017

Los Angeles Councilmembers Marqueece Harris-Dawson (left) and Curren D. Price (right) led the community in recognizing Leon “Ted” Garr (center).  During a ceremony on May 4, the intersection of Vermont and Gage Avenues was designated as Leon Garr Square in honor of the career achievements of the 103-years-old businessman and entrepreneur.  (Nyema Jackson Photo)

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