Spraying trees outside University College
April 11, 1961
Views of workers spraying elm trees with DDT outside of University College. The trees were sprayed to kill off any elm beetles that might be carrying a fungus responsible for causing Dutch elm disease which was rapidly spreading in southern Ontario.
"A Capitan and Queen Depart," Varsity Graduate, May 1961, pg. 48-50.
24 negatives : b&w ; 6x6 cm
B1994-0023 / 6104-10
Eric Trussler Photographer fonds
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