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Image:0112.jpg|"View of the White House," 1826, in ''Mémoires d’un voyageur qui se repose'' (1850).
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Image:0112.jpg|"View of the White House," 1826, from ''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).  
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Image:1216.jpg|Mount Airy, Virginia; northeast front, 1827, from ''Mémoires d’un voyageur qui se repose'' (1850), in Therese O'Malley and Marc Treib, ''Regional Garden Design in the United States'' (1995), p. 152, fig. 21.
Image:1112.jpg|Baker (artist), B. King (lithograper), "Riversdale, near Bladensburg," 1827.
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Image:1217.jpg|Mount Airy, Virginia; southwest front as viewed from the bowling green, 1827, from ''Mémoires d’un voyageur qui se repose'' (1850), in Therese O'Malley and Marc Treib, ''Regional Garden Design in the United States'' (1995), p. 152, fig. 22.
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Image:1112.jpg|B. King (lithograper), "Riversdale, near Bladensburg," 1827.
  
 
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Revision as of 15:53, July 22, 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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