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1.  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. 




2.  Grove of trees in winter.

Grove of trees in winter. 



1900

3.  Climatron Interior II

Climatron Interior II. Bananas, bamboo, palms, and Passion flower vines in the Climatron. 




4.  Windstorm and hail damage, 1 Sep 46

Windstorm and hail damage 1 Sep 46. Catalpa trees planted by Henry Shaw. 




5.  Windstorm and hail damage at the Garden on September 1, 1946.

Windstorm and hail damage at the Garden on September 1, 1946. Front of Museum in background. 




6.  Windstorm and hail damage, 1 Sep 46

Windstorm and hail damage 1 Sep 46. Osage orange and Catalpa trees. Same as PHO 2005-0552. 




7.  Windstorm and hail damage at the Garden in 1946.

Windstorm and hail damage at the Garden, September 1, 1946. Photo shows damaged Palm House, Gingko trees, and pool plantings. 



1946

8.  Damage (Smoke)

Damage (Smoke) n.d. 




9.  Trimming Christmas Tree for the Birds at MBG

Trimming Christmas Tree for the Birds at MBG (activity of St. Tom's Bird Club). Mounted with PHO 2006-0250 



1920

10.  Trimming Christmas Tree for the Birds at MBG

Trimming Christmas Tree for the Birds at MBG (activity of St. Tom's Bird Club). MBG Bull, Vol. 8, No. 1, Plate 1 (opposite p.1) (January 1920). Mounted with PHO 2006-0249 



1920

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