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Where in Alhambra is this oak tree?

This woman from Finch Tree is trimming one of the oldest trees in Alhambra. Can you guess where in the city this photo was taken? Submit your answer in the comments section below!

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1 thought on “Where in Alhambra is this oak tree?”

  1. That looks like “Mrs. Banbury’s Oak Tree”, located at 606 North Curtis Avenue! It’s hundreds of years old, and Mrs. Banbury cared for that tree like it was a member of her family. New homeowners will be moving in soon; let’s hope they continue to protect and care for the tree like she did.

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