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Rockefeller Center Christmas Trees


Rockefeller Center Christmas Trees, from Ridgefield: first official tree at 30 Rockefeller Center was 1933, a 50-foot Norway spruce from Outpost Nurseries (q.v.), decorated with 700 blue and white bulbs (today, trees carry 30,000 lights and are up to 100 feet tall; 1994 tree, an 85-foot Norway spruce, came from home of Maria and Alan Egler, 1 Old Oscaleta Road; 2006 tree, an 86-foot Norway spruce, was on property of Robert and Deborah Kinnaird, 69 Peaceable Hill Road; Outpost may have supplied other trees in the 1930s.


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