Every school child with a library card in the 1950-60's who had a science project collecting and identifying trees and their leaves will have a passing knowledge of the large tree that stood on this library's front yard. A Ginkgo tree, unusual at the time and still quite rare in Niagara, there is one near MacFarland House on the Niagara Parkway.
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