[[File:0722_detail.jpg|thumb|Fig. 6, Anonymous, "Barrell Farm" [detail], Pleasant Hill, 1817.]]
*Constantia [pseud.], June 24, 1790, “Description of Gray's Gardens, Pennsylvania” (''Massachusetts Magazine'' 3: 414–15)<ref>Constantia, “Description of Gray's Gardens, Pennsylvania,” ''Massachusetts Magazine'' 3 (June 1790): 413–17, [https://www.zotero.org/groups/54737/items/itemKey/IAJKF9C4 view on Zotero].</ref>
:“We ascend the [ ], five easy steps in the first, and ten in the second, produces us in the area exactly before the door, and we then command a full view of a romantick '''summer house''', in the front of which is a whole length transparent picture of Columbia's illustrious Chief—Fame, is crowning him with the laurel—the picture is as large as the life, and the likeness, it is said, is happily preserved. Underneath this '''summer house''', is an [[icehouse|ice house]], convenient and well planned, and upon the right of this building, is an oblong section of the garden, prettily enclosed, which is chiefly devoted to exotics. . . .
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