: A photograph of a workman standing by a truck with trees ready for planting. Trees were donated by one of the foreman, Mr. Kessler, whose property adjoined the park and was located a short distance away. About 1000 native trees from 2" to 8" in diameter were obtained. A greater percentage being smaller trees. Trees transplanted were chosen from a similar growing location to the one to which the tree was to be moved. The photo was part of Project No. 34, Planting. View on Ohio Memory.
: 3076_89_11_feb35_b35_56 Subjects
: Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.); New Deal, 1933-1939; Fort Hill State Memorial (Ohio); Planting; Tree planting Places
: Hillsboro (Ohio); Highland County (Ohio)