362-year old white oak which grew on the Harold Obrecht farm in Ashland County, 6 miles north of Loudonville.

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Title: 362-year old white oak which grew on the Harold Obrecht farm in Ashland County, 6 miles north of Loudonville.
Author: Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station. Dept. of Forestry.
Description: 362-year old white oak which grew on the Harold Obrecht farm in Ashland County, 6 miles north of Loudonville. Cut in Jan 1953 and used as an exhibit during Ohio's Sesquicentennial Celebration. This Section is now in the Ohio State Museum in Columbus. Left: Howard M. Wells, Wilkesville. Right: Clay Stackhouse, Wakeman, pointing to annual ring for 1803. Photo taken by O.D. Diller. Item #5564
Permanent Link: http://hdl.handle.net/2374.OX/30246
Date: 1953

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