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Gasoline engine with drums which draws the plant digger across about 1000 ft. of row. Engine is shifted down a roadway and anchored to 8" x 8" posts sunk in the ground. Greunwald, Davis, and Gerhardy class in Forestry 106. November 1920.






Title:

Gasoline engine with drums which draws the plant digger across about 1000 ft. of row. Engine is shifted down a roadway and anchored to 8" x 8" posts sunk in the ground. Greunwald, Davis, and Gerhardy class in Forestry 106. November 1920.

Format:

still image

Accession No:

806

Date Created:

1920

Location:

Alameda County

People:

group picture, at least one name known

Photographer:

Unknown

Plot:

exact ground location unclear, appears unknowable

Subject:

Tree planting equipment
Persons - Gruenwald
Persons - Davis, Virgil B.
Persons - Gerhardy, Carl O.
University of California - Forestry - Faculty
University of California - Forestry - Students
University of California - Forestry - Field trips
Nurseries
Nurseries - California Nursery Company

Collection:

Metcalf

Rights:

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