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Lady Bird Johnson Park 1932 Ornamental Pear , Lady Bird Johnson Park, Columbia Island, South terminus, Near Boundary Channel Bridge, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

Lady Bird Johnson Park 1932 Ornamental Pear , Lady Bird Johnson Park, Columbia Island, South terminus, Near Boundary Channel Bridge, Arlington, Arlington County, VA

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Summary

For related documentation, see also HALS VA-12 (Lady Bird Johnson Park 1932 Crabapple), HALS VA-14 (Lady Bird Johnson Park Eastern Cottonwood), HALS VA-15 ("Methuselah" Willow Oak), HALS VA-66 (Mount Vernon Memorial Highway, Commemorative Groves), HAER VA-42 (Mount Vernon Memorial Highway), and HAER VA-69 (George Washington Memorial Parkway)
Significance: The Lady Bird Johnson Park Ornamental Pear (Pyrus sp.) is significant because of its size, longevity, and association with the development of Columbia Island.
Survey number: HALS VA-13

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Contributors

Historic American Landscapes Survey, creator
Senate Park Commission
McMillan Commission
Army Corps of Engineers
Johnson, Lady Bird
Johnson, Lyndon Baines
Stone, Edward D.
Federal Highway Administration
O'Connor, Richard, Chief, Heritage Documentation Programs
Dolinsky, Paul D., Chief, Historic American Landscapes Survey
Neal, Darwina, Chief, Cultural Resources, NPS National Capital Region
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No known restrictions on images made by the U.S. Government; images copied from other sources may be restricted. http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/res/114_habs.html

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