May 1906 Littleton Guidon
"W.H. Tarbell, landscape gardener of Lowell, was in town for business on Friday lasat, and among other things set nearly one hundred stakes, dotting places for trees, vines and shrubs to be placed on the roadway park south of the town hall. Saturday afternoon an energetic brigade spade or pick axe in hand, were there to help place the trees and other contributions that have been donated by some of the generous ones of the town. The varietes of trees planted were red, white and swamp oaks, paper maples, white or native and Norway pines, white birches and willows. "