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(Daily Press File Photo)

The S.S. Ward house at 505 W. Richardson Ave., pictured above in 1911, is photographed at an east-facing angle to showcase the home’s young pecan trees. Those trees remain on the grounds of what is now the Artesia Historical Museum and Art Center, below, making them more than 105 years old.

(Brienne Green – Daily Press)