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Date: 1919-02-01 ca.

Description: Two ambulances parked near a building. Captioned: "My ambulance contrasted with a French one."

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Cormicy Church

Date: 1919-02-01 ca.

Description: Ruins of a French Church. Captioned: "The interior of the Cormicy Church — if there can be an interior to a building without a roof."

Date: 1980 ca.

Description: University of Wisconsin professor of plant pathology and forestry Eugene B. Smalley (1926-2002), right, watches as Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, shovel...

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Slippery Elm

Date: 1965-04 

Description: A spreading specimen of Ulmus rubra dwarfs a small house in the background. This tree, with a trunk circumference of 16 feet 5 inches, was the subje...

Date: 1968 

Description: A towering specimen of Ulmus americana standing along the river in the Menomonee River Parkway. There are large blocks of ice on the shore. This tre...

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Treaty Elm

Date: 1900 ca.

Description: A giant specimen of Ulmus americana, captioned "Old Council Tree," standing along the Fox river. Houses are along the far shoreline; a wooden fence...

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American Elm

Date: 1960 ca.

Description: An elm growing on the property of C.H. Weller, on West Highland Street, towers over the adjacent houses. In 1952, the circumference of the tree's trunk was...

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Taliesin Elm

Date: 1982-02 

Description: A large American elm, Ulmus americana, standing amid the snow covered stubble in a cornfield. Taliesin, the home of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, is...

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Tree

Date: 1979 

Description: A cropped view of a tree, looking upward, accentuates the pattern and texture of the bark as the branches extend outward. There is a light dusting of snow...

Date: 1979 

Description: R. Bruce Allison, left, and B. Wolfgang Hoffman posing in front of the massive trunk of a tree. Allison, an arborist, is the author, and Hoffmann the photo...

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Basswood

Date: 1979 

Description: A specimen of Tilia americana (Linden), judged in 1975 to be the largest of its species in Wisconsin, standing in a snowy landscape with smaller tre...

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White Oak

Date: 1979 

Description: A specimen of Quercus alba, judged to be the largest of its species in Wisconsin, standing alone in a pasture on a sunny summer day.

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Common Pear

Date: 1979 

Description: A specimen of Pyrus communis, judged to be the second largest of its type in Wisconsin, growing among smaller trees and shrubs at the edge of a cult...

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Eastern Poplar

Date: 1979 

Description: An unidentified man, with jacket, hat and gloves, is dwarfed by the forked trunk of a specimen of Populus deltoides, judged in 1976 to be the larges...

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Scots Pine

Date: 1979 

Description: A specimen of Pinus sylvestris, judged to be the largest of its type in Wisconsin, standing in the Cooksville Cemetery. Smaller trees and other flow...

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Austrian Pine

Date: 1979 

Description: A specimen of Pinus nigra, judged to be the second largest of its type in Wisconsin, standing beside a house at 302 N. Wisconsin Street. Three young...

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Norway Spruce

Date: 1979 

Description: A specimen of Picea abies, judged to be the largest of its type in Wisconsin, standing in Basswood Cemetery. Peony bushes are planted among the head...

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European Larch

Date: 1979 

Description: A specimen of Larix decidua, judged to be the largest of its type in Wisconsin, standing next to Trinity Episcopal Church.

Date: 1979 

Description: A winter view of a specimen of Gleditsia triacanthos inermis, judged to be the largest of its type in Wisconsin. The tree is standing next to the st...

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