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May 31, 1988
The 2.1-acre La Canada Flintridge estate of Dr. Samuel Ayres has been sold by the Los Angeles State and County Arboretum Foundation. Ayres, an avid horticulturist who was known as a promoter of flowering trees in Los Angeles, had donated the estate to the arboretum before he died in November. He was 94. "We advertised it as a mini-arboretum," said real estate agent Jane Parsons of Pasadena.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 31, 1988
The 2.1-acre La Canada Flintridge estate of Dr. Samuel Ayres has been sold by the Los Angeles State and County Arboretum Foundation. Ayres, an avid horticulturist who was known as a promoter of flowering trees in Los Angeles, had donated the estate to the arboretum before he died in November. He was 94. "We advertised it as a mini-arboretum," said real estate agent Jane Parsons of Pasadena.
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