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File: 1269.jpg|Solomon Drowne, Detailed plan of a botanic garden at Brown University, n.d. "Green House" is marked on the bottom left.
File: 0323.jpg|[[William Russell Birch]], "View from the Elysian Bower, Springland, Pennsylv,a the residence of Mr W. Birch," 1808, in William Russell Birch and Emily Cooperman, ''The Country Seats of the United States'' (2009), p. 81, pl. 20.
File: 1270.jpg|Solomon Drowne, ''Botanic Garden, 1818'', 1818.
File: 1356.jpg|Bower formed of lattice-work, in ''An Encyclopaedia of Gardening'' (1826), p. 809, fig. 563.
File: 1783.jpg|William Bailey Lang, "Rustic Bower," ''Views With Ground Plans, of the Highland Cottages at Roxbury'', 1845.
File: 0367.jpg|Anonymous, "View in the Grounds of James Arnold, Esq." in [[A. J. Downing]], ''A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening'' (1849), pl. opp. p. 57.
File: 0579.jpg|Lewis Miller, "A narrow vista carpeted with rich green grass . . . on each side shrinks the bowery shade . . . " [detail], in ''Orbis Pictus'' (c. 1849), p. 100
File: 1057.jpg|1854
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