Two branches of the George Wallace tree in Biloxi were cut as the site is prepared for construction of a LaQuinta hotel.
Two branches of the George Wallace tree in Biloxi were cut as the site is prepared for construction of a LaQuinta hotel. Courtesy of Councilman George Lawrence The George Wallace oak tree as it looked before branches were cut as construction begins for a LaQuinta hotel.
Two branches of the George Wallace tree in Biloxi were cut as the site is prepared for construction of a LaQuinta hotel. Courtesy of Councilman George Lawrence The George Wallace oak tree as it looked before branches were cut as construction begins for a LaQuinta hotel.

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