Harvard University began its involvement with topical botany in Cuba in 1899 in the wake of a meeting between Edwin Atkins (1850–1926), owner of the Soledad Plantation in Cuba and Harvard Professors Oakes Ames and George Goodale, which established The Harvard Botanic Station for Tropical Research and Sugar Cane Investigation.
Roads, summer, Meadow Road, ca. 1975
Meadow Road, Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, United States
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Also be sure to visit The Arboretum Through Time, which records the evolution of the Arnold Arboretum’s landscape and its living collections as well as its buildings, paths, and roadways since 1889.
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