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NO SOURCES CITED FOR THIS ARTICLE. INACCURATE AND COPYWRITED INFORMATION.
The problem is that the people who posted this are a part of a company(that creates "historical documents")that then use it as a source in a document. They are in the process of trying to steal property from my family and are using this as a source on the document they submitted to the city for historical designation. The article is WORD FOR WORD what they used in their document and took from another source. The stuff they say and use is either copywrited, romanticized and total bs. Because this author has not cited his sources, it needs to be noted to be responsible. After all... that's what's required of students in highschool when THEY write a paper.
I've edited the article, adding an intro and a source. From my web research, it appears that Mr. DeBoer was indeed a well-known landscape architect and deserves an article. If there are particular statements in the article that aren't true, feel free to edit them out. NawlinWiki 13:55, 7 June 2006 (UTC)
Deleted the website 'DeBoer Arts Oasis' as it's run in bad faith and contains numerous factual inaccuracies. This is not a website that is a good resource to cite as a source. Just ask me, SR DeBoer was my great grandfather.