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Photographs of the Beech Trees along Heslington Road, supposed to have been planted by William Tuke in 1793

Date
April 1974
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Description

Photographs taken by J. R Ridges Some of these trees were threatened with felling: the Beech tree at the entrance, with the peeling bark, was under order to be felled and some of the other trees were thought to be under the same fate.

Publication/Creation

April 1974

Physical description

3 photographs

Terms of use

Open and available at the Borthwick Institute for Archives. This material is being digitised by the Borthwick Institute for Archives as part of a Wellcome Trust funded project. Material that is digitised will be accessed freely online through the Wellcome Library catalogue.

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