Cambrian: Opinion

December 6, 2012 4:12 PM

Of historical trees, Hospitality Night and 100 angels

Someone in 1903, perhaps during the occupancy of Sarah and Samuel Guthrie, planted a start of the Port Orford Cedar tree in front of their elegant home on Center Street. One of only a few growing this far south of their native Oregon forest, the tree now stands tall and stately alongside the Cambria Historical Museum, the former Guthrie-Bianchini House, and now the East Village’s year-round centerpiece.

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