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Image:0112.jpg|"View of the White House," 1826, in ''Mémoires d’un voyageur qui se repose'' (1850).
 
Image:0112.jpg|"View of the White House," 1826, in ''Mémoires d’un voyageur qui se repose'' (1850).
 
Image:1216.jpg|“Northeast Facade of Mount Airy" [detail], 1827, in ''Mémoires d’un voyageur qui se repose'' (1850).  
 
Image:1216.jpg|“Northeast Facade of Mount Airy" [detail], 1827, in ''Mémoires d’un voyageur qui se repose'' (1850).  
Image:1112.jpg|Baker, ''Riversdale, near Bladensburg'', 1827. Print; lithograph. The Huntington Library, San Marino, CA.
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Image:1112.jpg|Baker (artist), B. King (lithograper), "Riversdale, near Bladensburg," 1827.
  
 
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Revision as of 17:58, January 15, 2014

Anthony St. John Baker (dates) [introductory paragraph]


Sites

Terms

Ha-Ha/Sunk fence, Plantation


Texts

Baker, Anthony St. John. Mémoires D’un Voyageur Qui Se Repo. London, 1850. view on Zotero

Citations

Images

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