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Title: May 27, 1896 tornado damage.
Description: 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).

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TitleMay 27, 1896 tornado damage.
Creator
Subject Arboretum (1860-1925) (Missouri Botanical Garden)
Meyers, Robert
Saint Louis (MO)--Tornado, 1896
Tornadoes -- Missouri -- Saint Louis

RelationGPN
DescriptionMay 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).
PublisherMissouri Botanical Garden
ContributorMissouri Botanical Garden
Date of originalMay 27, 1896
Date scannedMay 27, 18
TypeImage
FormatTIF
IdentifierGPN 1982-0010
SourceGlass Plate Negative (black & white)
Language
Coverage
Rightshttp://www.mobot.org/mobot/archives/copyright.asp
Width of original7 in.
Height of original5 in.
Condition of originalSilvering, chipped emulsion

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