<div id="Fig_6"></div>[[File:0115.jpg|thumb|Fig. 6, James Trenchard after [[Charles_Willson_Peale|Charles Willson Peale]], “An East View of GRAY’S FERRY, near Philadelphia, with the TRIUMPHAL ARCHES, &c. erected for the Reception of [[George_Washington|General Washington]], April 20th. 1789,” in ''The Columbian Magazine'' 3 (May 1789): pl. opp. p. 282. [[#Fig_6_cite|back up to History]]]]
* Anonymous, May 1789, “Description of General Washington’s Reception at Gray’s Ferry on the Schuylkill, April 20” (1789: 282)<ref>Anonymous, “Account of the Preparations at Gray’s Ferry, on the River Schuylkill, and the Reception of General Washington There, April 20, 1789, on His Way to the Seat of the Federal Government, to Take upon High Office of President of the United States,” ''The Columbian Magazine'' 3, no. 5 (May 1789): 282–83, [https://www.zotero.org/groups/54737/items/itemKey/HDUKG8PG view on Zotero].</ref>
Image:0977.jpg|Samuel Hill, ''View of the Triumphal Arch and Colonnade erected in Boston in honor of the President of the United States, Oct. 24, 1789'', 1790.
Image:0887.jpg|[[Charles Willson Peale]], “A [[View ]] of the Grand Civic '''Arch''',” 1824.
Image:1707.jpg|[[J. C. Loudon]], “[[Seat]] formed of moss and hazel rods" and "Trellised arches for climbers,” in ''An Encyclopædia of Gardening'' (1834), p. 1196, figs. 960–62.
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