Copper Beech Tree, 1967

In 1967, the Windsor Kiwanis Club donated this copper beech tree to the town of Windsor, and it was planted here on May 29, 1967. Copper beech trees (Fagus sylvatica), also commonly known as European beech trees, grow slowly but develop into sturdy, low-maintenance shade trees. Though foliage is deep purple during spring, it changes to a showy copper hue in autumn. The Windsor Kiwanis Club is an active civic organization and participates in the Shad Derby Festival. Copyright 2015 Windsor Historical Society.


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Copper Beech Tree, 1967
Ballad of Mack Street, 2003
Vietnam Memorial Plaque, 1968
Windsor Lions Club Memorial, 1990
Constitution Oak Plaque, 2012
Nathan Steinberg Bench, 2001
Anita and Champaben Patel Memorial, 1999
First Town Downtown Heritage Bricks and Time Capsule, 1996
Into the Future, 2008
Moly Mosquito, 1993
I Saw What Turned the World Before Socialism. Did You?, ca. 2008
Track Power, 2014
First Town Square, 2007
John Henry, 2012
John Henry II, 2014
A Load Too Heavy to Bear, 2013
Windsor Center River Trail, 1996
Shad Derby Plaque, 1976
Farmington River Plaque, 1993
Railroad Bridge Plaque, 1993
Highway Bridge Plaque, 1993
Ray Henry Memorial Bridge Marker, 1999
Seniors Time Capsule, 1999
Town of Windsor Time Capsule, 1976
Wilson Congregational Church
Former Elks Lodge
Windsor Shopping Center
Roger Wolcott School
Sharshon Park
Wilson Branch Library
Carville's Restaurant
Full Circle
Windsor Grist and Saw Mill, ca 1862

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