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File:0853.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''Octagonal Garden Structure for Montgomery Place'', c. 1850
 
File:0853.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''Octagonal Garden Structure for Montgomery Place'', c. 1850
 
File:0855.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''Garden Arch at Montgomery Place'', c. 1850.
 
File:0855.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''Garden Arch at Montgomery Place'', c. 1850.
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File:0851.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, Blithewood looking towards Montgomery Place, n.d. ''The Alexander Jackson Davis Sketchbook'', c. 1830–50.
 
File:0843.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''Montgomery Place'', n.d.
 
File:0843.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''Montgomery Place'', n.d.
 
File:0845.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, View of water with islands (Hyde Park), n.d.
 
File:0845.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, View of water with islands (Hyde Park), n.d.
File:0846.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''From Montgomery Pl. looking up river'', n.d.  
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File:0846.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''From Montgomery Pl. looking up river'', n.d.
File:0851.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, Blithewood looking towards Montgomery Place, n.d. ''The Alexander Jackson Davis Sketchbook'', c. 1830–50.
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File:2197.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''Mount Gulian, Residence of G. C. Verplank, Esq.'', n.d.
 
File:0854.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''Shore Seat for Montgomery Place'', 1870–79.
 
File:0854.jpg|Alexander Jackson Davis, ''Shore Seat for Montgomery Place'', 1870–79.
  
 
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