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1.  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

2.  Arachis hypogaea. Peanut plant. (Duplicate of 82-0478).

 



1913

3.  Gymnocladus dioica - Kentucky coffee tree, winter condition. Children under tree.

Gymnocladus dioica, also known as the Kentucky coffee tree in winter. Children under tree. 



1892

4.  Lupinus Kodiak

Lupinus, Kodiak. Harriman Alaska Expedition, 1899. 



1899

5.  After the tornado, 1896 (Gleditschia triacanthos)

After the tornado, 1896. (Gleditschia triacanthos) 



1896

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