Art: Trees & Years

To celebrate the 300th Anniversary of Harvard University, potent graduates lent to Robinson Hall last week the most important collection of antiques New Englanders have seen for a generation. Also last week the Harvard Forest joined the festivities with an exhibition that a group of trained craftsmen has been preparing for the past five years. Sixteen illuminated models went on view near the famed glass flowers in the University Museum. Portrayed in miniature and exact detail were the history and proper care of a New England forest.

In 1931 Richard T. Fisher, first...

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