File:0167.jpg|[[Thomas Jefferson]], General plan of the summit of [[Monticello]] Mountain, before May 1768. '''Grove''' is written at the top left on this plan, along with a tally of specific trees.
 
File:2255.jpg|[[Pierre Pharoux]], “General Map of the honorable Wm. frederic Baron of Steuben’s Mannor”, c. 1793. The groves are indicated with "i” in the center of the image.
File:0005.jpg|Amy Cox, attr., ''Box '''Grove''''', c. 1800.
File:1087.jpg|James Smillie, “Bay-'''Grove''' Hill,” in Nehemiah Cleaveland, ''Green-Wood Illustrated'' (1847), opp. 26.
File:22552297.jpg|[[Pierre Pharoux]]Matthew Vassar, “General Map ''Plan of the honorable Wm. frederic Baron of Steuben’s Mannor”Springside'', c1851. 1793" Locust '''Grove''' Drive (18). The groves are indicated with "i” in the center of the image. 
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