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11.  Henry Shaw Arboretum.

Big honey locust that stood near the center of the Arboretum, just west of the creek, destroyed by the tornado of May 27, 1896. One 5x7 in. print. 



1896

12.  Henry Shaw's Arboretum in 1898.

Henry Shaw's Arboretum in 1898. 



1898

13.  May 27, 1896 tornado damage.

May 27, 1896 tornado damage. Previously there was a border of soft maples on either side of the driveway from the main garden down to the pasture gates near the creek. The boy is Robert Meyers (later a garden pupil). 



1896

14.  Willow pond in Henry Shaw's Arboretum.

Willow pond with fallen tree. PRINT AVAILABLE -- SEE PHO 1982-0011. 



1890

15.  Cactus garden.

Cactus garden located at the northeast corner of Linnaean garden or near Tower Grove and Russell Avenues. Picture probably made in late l890's or early l900's. Small lean-to greenhouse visible. 



1890

16.  MBG -- Conservatory (1868-1916)

Main Conservatory (1868-1916) greenhouse-Palm house group. Unidentified gardener. 



1888

17.  Succulents in formal bed. Juno main greenhouse range-west end.

Succulents in formal bed. Juno and main greenhouse range-west end visible. PRINT AVAILABLE -- SEE PHO 1982-0014, PHO 2006-3050. 



1891

18.  Agave House-Interior view.

 



1890

19.  Cacti in greenhouse.

 



1890

20.  Cacti along west wall of Agave House.

Cacti along west wall of Agave House. Unidentified persons. One 5x7 in. black and white enlargement. 



1890

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