Unfortunately, the tree is no longer there. Here's the history page on the restaurant's website...

http://www.lechene.com/about/history

Quote:
As an eye-catching feature, they incorporated the large oak tree that used to shade the old refreshment stand into the front stone wall of the new building. It stood majestically between the garage on the right, and the new cafe on the left. A drinking fountain was installed at the base of this signature oak tree. Unfortunately, this oak was damaged by a truck in the 1960ís and did not survive. It remained standing as a dead trunk until the end of 1980, when the last remnants were finally removed.


I collect Gilmore Oil Co. stuff, and other west coast brands...