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Memory Mondays – Gardens

Soon the risk of frost will pass, which means gardening season is almost here! For some, gardens are a fun pastime that gets those keeping them outside and working with plants. For others, gardens are a necessity, growing fresh food and saving on trips to the grocery store. Check out these four photos of gardening from the earlier half of the 20th century!

This photo is of a woman planting seedlings in her garden in the spring of 1940.

 

 

 

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This photo from August 1947 shows the Barton family garden overflowing with plants.

 

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Two children and a dog play with something (possibly a lizard) in a garden. August 1920.

 

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This undated photo shows two children and a dog examining plants in a garden.

 

 

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