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== Images ==
 
== Images ==
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Image:0330.jpg|''Tomb du grande Washington au Mount Vernon'' [detail], n.d.
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Image:1679.jpg|''The Moreau House'', July 2, 1809.
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Image:1771.jpg|''Eleutherian Mills Residence'', c. 1817.
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Image:1233.jpg|Entrance Gate to the White House Garden, Washington, D.C., 1818, in Jeffrey A. Cohen and Charles E. Brownell, ''The Architectural Drawings of Benjamin Henry Latrobe'' 2:2 (1994), p. 493, fig. 160.
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Image:0157.jpg|''Washington City'', 1821.
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Revision as of 16:58, July 21, 2014

Sites

F Street, Forest House, Greenwich Street, Moreau House, Mount Vernon, White House


Terms

Arcade, Arch, Avenue, Drive, Fence, Gate/Gateway, Lawn, Piazza/Veranda/Porch/Portico, Pot, Seat, Square, Statue, Vase/Urn, Walk, Wall, Yard


Images

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