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Extension Foresters Metcalf of California, Lunnum of Washington, and Goodmonson of Oregon at Christmas tree meeting Sept. 1952. Stand in the background has been thinned and pruned for Christmas tree production at a cost of $50.00 per acre.






Title:

Extension Foresters Metcalf of California, Lunnum of Washington, and Goodmonson of Oregon at Christmas tree meeting Sept. 1952. Stand in the background has been thinned and pruned for Christmas tree production at a cost of $50.00 per acre.

Format:

still image

Accession No:

2180

Date Created:

1952

Location:

Washington

People:

group picture, at least one name known

Photographer:

Thomson, Walter

Plot:

exact ground location unclear, appears unknowable

Subject:

Persons - Metcalf, Woodbridge
Persons - Lunnum, Knut
Persons - Goodmonson
Christmas trees
Foresters - Conferences
Foresters - Extension foresters
Foresters
University of California - Forestry - Faculty
Washington

Collection:

Metcalf

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