A memorial Flowering Cherry Tree was planted for John Edward Bellamy. Bellamy was a Professor of Humanities from 1955-1982, and he passed away in 2000. The tree is located near the front entrance to Hamersly Library on the south side.
The image is of the tree in spring where it is covered in blossoms. The tree takes up the majority of the frame, but a blue sky and the library can be seen in the background.
The plaque beneath the tree reads "John Edward Bellamy 11-18-1917 - 9-25-2000 Professor of Humanities 1955-1982 'He gave us a different way to be, and it was our better selves that he nurtured.' L. Pollock '72."
A Sugar Maple memorial tree planted for Edward Fletcher Barrows. Edward Barrows was a Professor of Science from 1932-1957. Barrows passed away in 1991. The tree is located on the south side of the Cottage and behind Campbell Hall.
The photograph is of the maple tree located in the center right of the image. The leaves at the top have begun to turn orange. Behind the tree is the Cottage.
The plaque beneath the tree reads "In memory of Edward Fletcher Barrows 1900-1991 Professor of Science 1932-1957 Whose habit it was to examine the riddles of life with patience, humor, and vision."
A Korean dogwood tree planted in memorial to Dr. Robert E. Albritton, a longtime professor of elementary Education, who served from 1965-1984. The tree is located between the Old College of Education building and the Instructional Technology Center.
In the photograph the tree is in the center of the image and is covered in white flowers. In the background, there is the south entrance to the Old College of Education building.