The First Christmas Tree at The Doctor’s Inn on Dr. Wergeland’s Writing Table, Glimpses From Agnes Mathilde Wergeland’s Life pg 172

Image 1: Dr. Hebard standing in front of large blossoming wild purple columbine, Dr. Wergeland’s favorite flower, gathered from mountainsides and transplanted at The Doctor’s Inn
Image 2: Dr. Hebard stand beside two new spruce trees named Norway and Aasta Hansteen at The Doctor’s Inn
Image 3: Dr. Wergeland looks at their crab apple tree named Martha who is in full bloom
Image 4: Dr. Hebard pins up a sheaf to feed the birds at Christmas, snow on the ground and two small birdhouses also hang on the line named, Eastland and Westland the homes of the Bluebirds.
Image 5: Dr. Wergeland tends to her flowers with a large white sun hat
Image 6: The First Christmas Tree at The Doctor’s Inn, one very small and sparce tree sits with tinsel, atop a table.

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