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Stickney, William S.

Uses of Wood Exhibit


Identifier
3.34367
Format
35mm color slide
Digitization Status
Digitized
Reproduction:
Unknown
Dimensions
3.4 cm W x 2.3 cm H (Item)
Extent
1 slide
Type
Photographic image
Date created
September 4 1974
Description
An exhibit featuring wood from 18 different trees and its uses. The display is configured in four concentric circles centered around a spinning cross: the inner circle depicts tree silhouettes, the next circle depicts detailed images of leaves, the third consists of square panels of processed wood, and the outer circle consists of dioramas depicting how each type of wood is used.

The cross is labeled as follows:
  • TREE SHAPE
  • LEAF [red arrow]
  • WOOD
  • USES
The text at the top right of the exhibit is a follows:
  • TURN THE RED ARROW TO A LEAF / THE OTHER ARMS WILL POINT TO: / the shape of the tree / a piece of wood from the tree / some uses for the wood
The following leaves are labeled, clockwise from the top:
  • WHITE ASH
  • ARBOR VITAE
  • WHITE SPRUCE
  • SWEET GUM
  • SUGAR MAPLE
  • AMERICAN LINDEN
  • CHERRY
  • TULIP TREE
  • BALD CYPRESS
  • IRONWOOD
  • WHITE PINE
  • BLACK WALNUT
  • AMERICAN ELM
  • SHAGBARK HICKORY
  • WHITE OAK
  • RED OAK
  • EASTERN HEMLOCK
  • PONDEROSA PINE