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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 28, 1994
Four months after a January storm toppled its landmark 200-year-old oak, the Huntington Library replaced it with a 45-year-old tree believed to be an offspring of the original. "It's almost certainly a seedling of the original tree," said James Folsom, director of the Huntington gardens. "It's just too similar. If you look at a picture of the other oak you'd say this is a child of that tree."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 28, 1994
Four months after a January storm toppled its landmark 200-year-old oak, the Huntington Library replaced it with a 45-year-old tree believed to be an offspring of the original. "It's almost certainly a seedling of the original tree," said James Folsom, director of the Huntington gardens. "It's just too similar. If you look at a picture of the other oak you'd say this is a child of that tree."
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