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File:0332.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, Mount Vernon, c. 1831.
 
File:1247.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''Villa for David Codwise, near New Rochelle, NY (project; elevation and four plans)'', 1835.
 
File:1247.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''Villa for David Codwise, near New Rochelle, NY (project; elevation and four plans)'', 1835.
 
File:1927.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''Rustic Cottage at Blithewood'', 1836.
 
File:1927.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''Rustic Cottage at Blithewood'', 1836.
 
File:0956.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''Canopied pavilion at Blithewood'', 1836.
 
File:0956.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''Canopied pavilion at Blithewood'', 1836.
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File:0425.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, Design for University of Michigan (elevation and plan of building and grounds), c. 1838.
 
File:0852.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, “The Conservatory,” Montgomery Place, c. 1839.
 
File:0852.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, “The Conservatory,” Montgomery Place, c. 1839.
 
File:1928.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''Map of Blithewood'', c. 1840s.
 
File:1928.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''Map of Blithewood'', c. 1840s.

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