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1.  Children by Lily Pools

Children by Lily Pools. "Every summer many children enjoy the opportunities to study and learn more aboutnatural history through the Garden's Pitzman Summer Nature Study Program." MBG Bull 58(2):5 (Mar. Apr. 1970. 




2.  Girls by Lily Pools

Girls by Lily Pools. 




3.  Children at a Spring Saturday program learning how to pot plants.

Similar to picture captioned "Children at a Spring Saturday program learning how to pot plants." MBG Bull 51(5):9 (May 1963). Negative available at PHO 2005-0696. 




4.  Kenneth Peck counting rings and explaining Phloem necrosis disease to his nature study class.

Kenneth Peck counting rings and explaining Phloem necrosis disease to his nature study class.. Daniel Boone elm seedling. 45 years old. MBG Bull 56(6):9 (Nov.-Dec. 1968). Photo by Renyold Ferguson. St. Louis Post-Dispatch. 




5.  Education, Children 1972

Peck, Kenneth. Education class Arboretum ca. 1972. 




6.  Education, Children

Education, Children 




7.  Education Program. Education Children 1970

Education Program. Education Children 1970 




8.  Christmas 1968 Children's Show with Corky the Clown

Christmas 1968 Children's Show with Corky the Clown (Cliff St. James 




9.  Education 1967

Education 1967. 




10.  Education 1967

Education 1967. Same as PHO 2005-0718 and PHO 2005-0747. 




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