Map 22

The lawn in front of Old Dorm Block and Eliot Hall includes a beautiful mixture of trees. It can be tricky to follow the map in this area, but the red horsechestnut and the cluster of sugar maples are easy landmarks to find.
This map includes one of only two American sycamores on the Reed campus. The American sycamore is one of the parents of the hybrid London plane tree, which can be found nearby on map 15.
The Alaska-cedar near Old Dorm Block isn't marked as a memorial, but it was purchased by the student body and planted in 1985 to honor Jack Dudman, a retiring professor of mathematics and former dean. The students chose a "weeping" variety because they wanted him to remember how sad they were to see him go.

   
   

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# Scientific Name Common Name
1 Betula pendula European White Birch
2 Acer macrophyllum Bigleaf Maple
3 Cornus mas Cornelian Cherry
4 Quercus alba x macrocarpa Oak Hybrid
5 Acer platanoides Norway Maple
6 Tilia platyphyllos Bigleaf Linden
7 Tilia platyphyllos Bigleaf Linden
8 Acer saccharum Sugar Maple
9 Betula pendula European White Birch
10 Betula pendula European White Birch
11 Betula pendula European White Birch
12 Betula pendula European White Birch
13 Acer platanoides Norway Maple
14 Acer platanoides Norway Maple
15 Platanus occidentalis American Sycamore
16 Chamaecyparis nootkatensis Alaska-cedar
17 Acer saccharum Sugar Maple
# Scientific Name Common Name
18 Acer saccharum Sugar Maple
19 Acer saccharum Sugar Maple
20 Acer rubrum Red Maple
21 Aesculus x carnea Red Horsechestnut
22 Tilia cordata Little Leaf Linden
23 Fraxinus excelsior European Ash
24 Fraxinus excelsior European Ash
25 Prunus serrulata Japanese Flowering Cherry
26 tree removed  
27 Prunus serrulata Japanese Flowering Cherry
28 Prunus cerasifera Thundercloud Plum
29 Fraxinus excelsior European Ash
30 Prunus serrulata Japanese Flowering Cherry
31 Quercus rubra Northern Red Oak
32 Quercus rubra Northern Red Oak
33 Quercus rubra Northern Red Oak