Don Salvador

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Binalonan, Pangasinan - History
... town's history, the area was originally owned by a Spaniard named Don Salvador ... During the course of their work, Don Salvador's men used to have their lunch and rest under Camachile trees located in the center of the land mainly due to its breezy shades ... Time came when Don Salvador offered his pastureland to several immigrants from Ilocos ...
Salvador Dalí - Biography - 1929 To World War II
... Don Salvador Dalí y Cusi strongly disapproved of his son's romance with Gala, and saw his connection to the Surrealists as a bad influence on his morals ... The final straw was when Don Salvador read in a Barcelona newspaper that his son had recently exhibited in Paris a drawing of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ, with a provocative ... Outraged, Don Salvador demanded that his son recant publicly ...
Hacienda Buena Vista - Brief History
... was started as a truck farm to produce mostly plantains, bananas, corn and avocados, by Don Salvador de Vives in 1833 ... In 1845, the son of Don Salvador added a corn mill operation to the profitable fruit and vegetable production ... Later, Don Salvador's grandson oversaw the addition of coffee growing and processing to the plantains and cornmeal, taking advantage of the great coffee-growing boom of the ...

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