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1.  After the show

Garden staff loading horse drawn carriage with plants after show at the Missouri Botanical Garden. West wing of the Main Conservatory is visible in background. See also PML 1980-0651 with the same title and date. 



1907

2.  Power lawn mower. First power mower in the Garden. Gasoline driven, water cooled.

The first power mower in the Missouri Botanical Garden. The mower was gasoline driven and water cooled. 1- 7x5 print. 



1918

3.  Photograph of a group of gardeners

Hand-colored photo with James Gurney in upper left corner. Several gardeners seated, with others staff standing behind. NOT the same as Gpp 1981-0013 or GPN 1982-0334 or GPP 1982-0335. 




4.  MBG -- Conservatory (1868-1916)

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



1888

5.  View. Figs prepared for winter. Grown along west stone wall.

View of Figs prepared for winter. Grown along west stone wall. 



1891

6.  Chrysanthemum Show. Loading plants for delivery to charities after the show.

Chrysanthemum show. Gardeners loading plants for delivery to charities after the show. Part of 1868 Conservatory range in background. 



1907

7.  MBG Gardeners Staff

Gardening staff posed in front of Mausoleum grounds. This portrait shows Gurney in front, looking slightly to the right. This is the image used in the 'World of Plants' publication. (Envelope in Trelease's handwriting.) Same group and day as GPN 1982-0334. PRINT AVAILABLE -- SEE PHO 2006-0796. 



1890

8.  Lily Ponds, Main Garden -- Newly Finished

Newly finished lily pools. The new pools were lined up with Flora Ave. which had been redone as it exists today. The original Main Gate is visible in the background and is lined up with the location of the old Flora Blvd. 



1917

9.  Ricinus communis. Group of plants with gardener standing by Test Garden. [Castor Oil Plant]

Ricinus communis also know as the Castor Oil Plant. Group of plants with gardener standing by Test Garden. 



1921

10.  Student Gardeners

Student Gardeners. Garden's Horticulture Dept employed college and H. School students on part-time basis. Newsletter '69, Nov. 




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