"Japanese Table Tree"
(1916), the third but non-bylined short article in the section "The Home Beautiful,
Flowers and Shrubbery - Their Care and Cultivation" is as follows:
"There are some curious old trees in Japan that have just the opposite qualities
to those which are found in the United States. Out in our great forest country,
when a tree has reached the dignity of 100 years of undisputed residence in any
one community, it rears its proud old head and stands as a landmark and a leading
citizen of the forest.
1 Manti Messenger (Utah),
September 29, 1916, pg.
The character of Peter Pan
first appeared in print in a 1902 work, the stage play about him debuted in 1904, and the
children's story based on the play was published in 1911.