File:1973.jpg|James Smillie (artist) and John A. Rolph (etcher), “[[View]] of the Pilgrim Path, [[Mount_Auburn_Cemetery|'''Mount''' Auburn Cemetery]],” in Cornelia W. Walter, ''Mount Auburn Illustrated'' (1847; repr., 1850), opp. 10.
File1797File:1797.jpg|Anonymous, ''Boat House and Agave '''Mount''''', in [[Andrew_Jackson_Downing|A. J. [Andrew Jackson] Downing]], ''A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, Adapted to North America'', 4th ed. (1849), 517, Fig. 17.
File:1038.jpg|Frederick Graff, ''Plan of [[Lemon Hill]] and Sedgley Park, Fairmount and Adjoining Property'', October 15, 1851.
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