Reseda

Reseda

Reseda

The area now known as Reseda was originally inhabited by Native Americans of the Tongva tribe that lived close to the Los Angeles River.

Reseda originated as a farm town named "Marian" (or "Rancho Marian") that appeared in 1912. Its namesake, Marian Otis Chandler, was the daughter of Los Angeles Times publisher Harrison Gray Otis, a director of the Los Angeles Suburban Homes Company.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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