Lower in the Ravine, Hemlock and Birch Mix with Tulip, White Oak, Beech and Maple (Forest of Lynn Fork, Leatherwood, Perry County, Kentucky), June 14, 1933. (Braun image no. 4-8) [Image no. SIA2007-0063]
Three Large Tulip Tress on Ravine Slope, Nearest, 14 ft. Circumference, Figure Gives Scale (Forest of Lynn Fork, Leatherwood, Perry County, Kentucky), June 14, 1993. (Braun image no. 4-7) [Image no. SIA2007-0064]
Sewer Construction in Environmental –Sensitive Ravines
American Academy of Environmental Engineers. Search this
Box 2, Folder 7
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American Academy of Environmental Engineers Awards Collection, 1988-2005, Archives Center, National Museum of American History.
Album page - Five photographs: 1) In the Tulip Tree Grove, Near Tree is 15 ft. in Circumference, Understory is Sugar Maple; 2) A Luxuriant Herbaceous Growth with Many Ferns, Figure Beside Tree gives Scale; 3) Tulip and Beech Prevail in this Part of the...
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Chuck and Jan Rosenak research material, circa 1938-2008. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.