Decatur, Georgia) was a long-time Concord resident. Brown was a builder and general contractor in the Concord area and served his community in multiple capacities.He was an honorary member of the Concord Rotary Club, which recognized him as their Man of the Year in 1961.“The place is deserted and there is immense destruction all along the road. People’s main wish is to return to their houses,” said Gasser.Aleppo city and the southeast rural areas have already received thousands of displaced people. People who managed to escape either left on foot for the government-held areas in the west or crossed further north to Sheikh Maqsood and surrounding areas.For these and other contributions to Concord, Brown was named Concord’s Honored Citizen in 1967. The couple had two daughters, Patricia and Shirley, and a son, Christopher.
They were then transported by the authorities to two collective shelters of Jibreen and Mahalej where the dispatched mobile medical teams to treat the sick, injured and malnourished. As the situation evolves, the organizations are stepping up their response to deal with new arrivals. First of all, we need to ensure dignified conditions for these people.
It certainly won’t fail your imagination when you come face to face with it, and you will be astounded by the size and power that this structure generates.
With a height of nearly 165 feet and 205 yards yards in diameter the Colosseum has a spectators capacity of 50,000 making it needless to say the world’s largest ampitheatre.
SOURCE OF ACQUISITION: Gift of Christopher Brown, August 26, 2009.
NOTES AND COMMENTS: Accessioned September 3, 2009; AMC 176. View of Main Street looking west from Lexington Road, June 1956. View of Monument Square and Main Street looking north, June 1956. View of intersection of Walden and Main Streets looking east to Monument Square, June 1956. View of Monument Square looking east from the Mill Dam, December 1956. View of Monument Square looking southwest from Town Hall, November 1958. View of B&M railroad looking west to Concord Depot from Sudbury Road, November 1958. View of intersection of Sudbury Road and Thoreau Street looking southwest toward B&M railroad station , November 1958. Not to be reproduced in any form without permission of the Curator of Special Collections, Concord Free Public Library.