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Framed Photograph of Pine Trees

Framed Photograph of Pine Trees

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Description (Brief)
These four photographs of pine trees are one of forty-nine framed black and white photographic prints bequeathed to the Smithsonian by William F. Bucher of Washington, D.C. Bucher, a cabinetmaker, framed each photograph in wood of the same species as the tree depicted in the print. The photos were displayed in a special exhibition, Our Trees and their Woods at the United States National Museum in 1931.
The upper left photo shows a white pine tree in the Adirondack Mountains of New York that was taken by A. Varela. The upper right photo is a loblolly pine from North Carolina taken by “Lindsey.” The lower left photo is of a longleaf pine tree near Ocilla, Georgia taken by E. Block. The bottom right photo shows a balsam pine and white spruce that was taken by H.H. Chapman. All photographs come courtesy of the U.S. Forest Service. The frame is made from four woods; the top is made of white pine, the bottom is made of long leaf pine, the left hand side of common pine, and the right side is made of spruce.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
photographs & frame
Date made
1926
frame maker
Bucher, William F.
photographer
Bucher, William F.
U.S. Department of Agriculture. Forest Service
Lindsey
Varela, A.
Block, E.
Place Made
United States: North Carolina
United States: Georgia
United States: Minnesota
United States: New York, Adirondack Mountains
Physical Description
wood (frame material)
glass (frame material)
ID Number
AG.115767.32
catalog number
AG*115767.32
accession number
115767
maker number
35
subject
Trees
frames
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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