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© Clara Gutsche + David Miller, "You Don't Know What You've Got 'Till It's Gone... The Destruction of Milton Park", vue de l'exposition en 1973 | 1973 Exhibition View.

Clara Gutsche, David Miller
From May 7th 1973 to May 30th 1973
You Don't Know What You've Got 'Till It's Gone... The Destruction of Milton Park / «...En vue de villes... qui te soient natales, la destruction de Milton Parc»

"In the summer of 1972 Concordia Estates demolished the residential core of Milton-Park and many of the small businesses on Park Avenue. The elderly Victorian houses which held the richness of three generations of accumulated experiences are irreplaceable. For over 80 years these houses and the neighbourhood stores served as reference points and established a continuity in the life of the community as a whole and in the lives of the residents who had made Milton-Park their home. Here children had stayed to make their homes and to bring up their own children. Without outside interference Milton-Park could have continued its growth as a community indefinitely."
- Document from the Association de la Communauté Centre Ville

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