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Queen Mattress in Reseda

Reseda grew slower. 1929 The stock market crash and subsequent Great Depression slowed the growth. In the late 1920's and 1930's, this area became widely known for the production of carrots, lime beans, sugar and walnuts. In the late 1930s, Reseda became known as one of the largest producers of US petrochemicals. The South Pacific railroad stations have come to the middle of Sherman's road to collect carrots every day during carrots harvesting. At the same time, tile production, poultry production and processing of walnut began as viable businesses. The post-war suburbs of the Rezid, 1930 The remainder was mainly agricultural, with 1,805 people living there. However, in 1940, The population has grown to 4147 inhabitants. Since the end of the 1940s, the number of single families living in Red has considerably increased, the loss of many agricultural acreages and the increase of the first-class postal service.

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