Common name: Overcup oak
Quercus lyrata is native to the eastern and southeastern part of the US. It gets its common name from the way the acorn cap covers nearly all the cup. It gets its species name from the lyre shape of the leaves. This tree was planted in Bed 107E in 1991 but appears to have been removed. More about Q. lyrata.
Leaf drawing: François André Michaux (book author), Pierre-Joseph Redouté (illustrator), Renard (engraver) / Public domain
Acorn photo: Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=1057107
Bark photo: Chhe / Public domain