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This postcard view shows one of Lancaster's most majestic trees. Thought to be the largest elm in New England, it was located on Lover's Lane, near the Nashoba River in the Fiver Corners area of town. Unfortunately, the tree, a popular tourist attraction, blew down in 1907.
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Published in: Images of America, Lancaster revisited / Heather Maurer Lennon. Charleston, SC ; Chicago IL ; Portsmouth NH ; San Francisco CA. : Arcadia Publishing, 2005
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