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The class of 1901 planted English Ivy at Old Main and started the annual tree-planting tradition that symbolized class loyalty. Seniors from 1904 planted the Rose, while the class of 1905 decided to beautify the grounds with Date Palms. Later classes provided the Pepper and Orange tree; the Arizona State Tree, the Palo Verde; and the Saguaro, whose blossom is the State Flower.

Annual Tree Planting Tradition, ca. 1923

Annual Tree Planting Tradition
ca. 1923
UP UPC ASUP C52 1923 #5

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