|Title||Pontiac Memorial Tree|
|Scope & Content||Etching of the Pontiac Memorial Tree, done by Cornelia H. Roberts in 1883. The etching features the tree prominently in the center of the image, with a fence shown behind the tree and a field extending beyond the fence. Text on the lower left corner of the etching reads "Moss Eng Co. N.Y." Text underneath the bottom right border of the etching reads "Cornelia H. Roberts, 1883." The caption underneath the etching features the title, "Pontiac Memorial Tree," followed by the description reading "At Bloody Run, on grounds of Michigan Stove Works. With mute eloquence it tells of the scene of carnage at its base in 1753."|
Roberts, Cornelia H.
|Extent of Description||6.5" x 7.5"|
Pontiac Memorial Tree
Michigan Stove Works
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