Hedges Around Founders Court

After reading the comments on yesterday’s post I went back and took a second look at the pictures. I have now learned quite a bit about various military uniforms, which is one of those things that might actually turn out to be useful someday, so many thanks to Marty for the education.

I also noticed something else in this image–newly planted hedges around the sides and back of Founders Court:

NROTC unit review 3


I’d forgotten that they were ever there but on reflection I think they must have been taken out not all that long ago. I also remembered another photograph with those hedges in the background:

Pitzer on front side of Lovett 1968

This photo is dated 1968, near the other end of Pitzer’s presidency. (It’s a bit unusual, by the way. There aren’t many pictures of people in this vicinity.) Those hedges grow pretty fast.

Bonus: Big trees, no hedges 2012


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5 Responses to Hedges Around Founders Court

  1. effegee says:

    Presidents didn’t want photogs dogging them on the way home?

  2. mjthannisch says:

    BTW, your bonus picture took me back to the 60s when many if not most hard woods had their trunks painted white, allegedly to keep bugs off of them.

  3. I like the tree better than the gates.

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