Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Clarendon Hill” in chapter 9 of Historic leaves, volume 5, April, 1906 - January, 1907:

...too dark. Next day there was other work, so the tree was spared. A small elm was removed from this locality by Lorenzo W. Dow about 1852, and stands, a notable tree, in his yard on the top of Clarendon Hill . On the golf grounds there is a stump of a chestnut tree, four or five feet long, and a yard in diameter, with new growth springing from the old root. The writer's theory in regard to this is, ...
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