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The famous Garland Oak sometime between 1900 and 1911. The original Kissam Hall is visible on the left. The view is towards West End Avenue along the former West Avenue (now a sidewalk on the east side of Alumni Lawn).
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Quercus lyrata


sec. Vanderbilt 1917

common name: overcup oak
family: Fagaceae
Identified 1917-03 by anonymous

Identification remarks: Vanderbilt Alumnus Magazine 2(5):131 (March 1917) states that the Garland Oak was an overcup oak.

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DataCite DOI for the image:10.5281/zenodo.11011617

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Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, US
36.14673° latitude,-86.80305° longitude
Coordinate uncertainty: about 5 m

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Image creator: Harry S. Vaughn; created on 1905

Rights statement: Public Domain
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anonymous, 1917. The Garland Oak. Vanderbilt Alumnus Magazine 2(5):131. Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, US.