The Avenue of Pines Print

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  • By Jerry Bradley
  • Framed Print:  Approximately 12″ x 10.5″
  • Print Only: 8″ x 10″
  • Some variation with frames
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Description

The Avenue of the Pines was originally constructed as a mile-long pedestrian path, planted with four rows of white pines, and historically known as the Pine Promenade. In 1929, when the current Lincoln Bathhouse was built, other improvements were undertaken in the parks. The Pine Promenade was enlarged and paved and opened as a parkway for automobiles. By this time, the pines planted years before had grown high, and the parkway was appropriately renamed “The Avenue of Pines.”

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