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1.  After the tornado, 1896 (Gleditschia triacanthos)

After the tornado, 1896. (Gleditschia triacanthos) 


2.  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. 


3.  Arboretum damaged by tornado.

Arboretum damaged by tornado. 


4.  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). 


5.  Magent School Program 11-18-76.

Magent School Program 11-18-76. Terrariums. MBG Bull. 65(1):5 (Jan. 1977) 


6.  Magnet School Program. Stix-Sumi-e

Magnet School Program. Stix-Sumi-e 

7.  Magnet School.

Magnet School. 

8.  Environmental Education.

Environmental Education. Cote Brilliante/Magnet school Program build terrariums and try their hand at plant propogation. MBG Bull 65(1):5(June 1977). 

9.  School children. Education ca. 1981.

School children. Education ca. 1981. 

10.  Virginia Hay, volunteer guide.

Virginia Hay, volunteer guide. With school children 

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