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Mrs. A. E. Chatfield's Victory Grove flags (13) representing the Allies of WW I, flown during the memorial ceremony for those who took part in the war, 1919. As part of this ceremony, a new Liberty pine tree was planted for each returned soldier. There were 44 trees in total, four for those who gave their lives and the remainder for those still living.
Book for gardening beginners by a horticulturist at the New York Botanical Garden. It introduces the concept of the World War II era "victory garden" and has detailed instructions how to set up a backyard garden to successfully grow vegetables and fruit.