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  • Subject is exactly "Tree Circus"
CF-20181014-A fascinating sight in Scotts valley0001.PDF
pictures, 3 copies

Date: 1977-08-21
Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel
Type: NEWS

Mark Primack moves dead telephone booth tree" from Scotts Valley to Santa Cruz. Photo."

Date: 1995-05-30
Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel
Type: NEWS

Photo only. Pleached trees ...form... botanic architecture"."

Date: 1980-11-14
Source: California Living, SF Sun. Examiner and Chronicle
Type: NEWS

https://history-omeka-dev.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/sv_all/CSTCRCL_106.JPG

Date: Circa 1950
Source: Scotts Valley Historical Society
Type: PHOTO

https://history-omeka-dev.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/sv_all/CSTCRCL_105.JPG
Axel Erlandson created the collection of trees in Scotts Valley known as the Tree Circus

Date: Circa 1950
Source: Scotts Valley Historical Society
Type: PHOTO

Date: 2006-10-03
Source: Mid-County Post
Type: NEWS

https://history-omeka-dev.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/sv_all/CSTCRCL_194.JPG
Tree originally from the Scotts Valley Tree Circus, moved to Bonfante Gardens in Gilroy (Calif.); trees were saved by Mark Primack, an architect in Santa Cruz (Calif.)

Date: 2005
Source: Scotts Valley Historical Society
Type: PHOTO

Date: 1985-04-12
Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel
Type: NEWS

https://history-omeka-dev.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/sv_all/CSTCRCL_020.JPG
Double Heart Weeping Willow Tree, shaped into two hearts; planted by Axel Erlandson in 1953

Date: Circa 1962
Source: Scotts Valley Historical Society
Type: PHOTO

https://history-omeka-dev.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/sv_all/CSTCRCL_195.JPG
Grown by Axel Erlandson for the Tree Circus, moved to Bonfante Gardens in Gilroy (Calif.)

Date: 2005
Source: Scotts Valley Historical Society
Type: PHOTO

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