Elm Grove

Elm Grove may refer to:

  • Elm Grove, Wisconsin
  • Elm Grove, Missouri
  • Elm Grove (Courtland, Virginia), listed on the NRHP in Virginia
  • Elm Grove (Southside, West Virginia), listed on the NRHP in West Virginia
  • Elm Grove, West Virginia
    • Elm Grove Stone Arch Bridge, Wheeling, WV, listed on the NRHP in West Virginia

Other articles related to "elm grove, elm, grove":

Hanover, Brighton
... It is part of the electoral ward of Hanover Elm Grove ... east of the Level, towards Queen's Park Road, bounded on the north by Elm Grove and on the south by Sussex Street ... The local government ward of Hanover Elm Grove includes some of the streets to the north of Elm Grove, and the streets north of Down Terrace ...
Elm Grove Stone Arch Bridge
... The Elm Grove Stone Arch Bridge, also known as the Monument Place Bridge, is the oldest extant bridge, built in 1817, in the U.S ... Route 40 over Little Wheeling Creek in Elm Grove ...
Elm Grove, West Virginia
... Elm Grove (also Elmgrove) is within Wheeling city limits in Ohio County, West Virginia, United States ...
List Of Trees - Real Forests and Individual Trees - North America - Living
... The Hangman's Elm, an English Elm and the oldest known tree in Manhattan ... The Hare Krishna Tree, an American Elm in Manhattan's East Village notable as the founding site of the Hare Krishna movement in the U.S ... It is located in Atlas Grove (a grove of redwood trees) in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park ...

Famous quotes containing the words grove and/or elm:

    Worry and brown desk
    Stain it by infusion. There aren’t enough tags at the end,
    And the grove is blind, blossoming, but we are too porous to hear it.
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)

    Men nowhere, east or west, live yet a natural life, round which the vine clings, and which the elm willingly shadows. Man would desecrate it by his touch, and so the beauty of the world remains veiled to him. He needs not only to be spiritualized, but naturalized, on the soil of earth.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)