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Mueller, M. H.

Joy Morton posed with an American Elm dedicated to his father at Dawes Arboretum


Identifier
3.3174
Format
sepia-toned photographic print
Digitization Status
Digitized
Reproduction:
Unknown
Dimensions
28 cm W x 35.6 cm H (Item)
Extent
1 photograph
Type
Photographic image
Date created
November 7 1927
Description
Joy Morton posed with an American Elm dedicated to his father at Dawes Arboretum.

Dawes Arboretum obtained the tree for planting from Arbor Lodge, the Morton family home in Nebraska. The American Elm was dedicated to Julius Sterling Morton, the founder of Arbor Day, by his descendants.
Appeared In
The Dawes Arboretum Newsletter, April 1997, page 3
Subject - keywords and LC headings

Arboretums
Dedications
Trees--Planting
Ulmus americana L. (American elm)

Related Entities
Morton, Joy (is described by)
Related Collections
Morton Family Photographs
Spatial Coverage
Dawes Arboretum, Newark, Ohio