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Samuel Vaughan, Plan of Mount Vernon, 1787

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Place
Mount Vernon
People
Samuel Vaughan
Keyword relationships
Inscribed: Greenhouse
Inscribed: Mount
Inscribed: Piazza
Inscribed: Summerhouse
Inscribed: Wood/Woods
Associated: Botanic garden
Associated: Bowling green
Associated: Deer park
Associated: Flower garden
Associated: Grove
Associated: Ha-Ha/Sunk fence
Associated: Mound
Associated: Nursery
Associated: Plot/Plat
Associated: Shrubbery
Associated: Wilderness
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Creator
Samuel Vaughan
Date
1787
Title
Plan of Mount Vernon
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Medium
Ink, watercolor, laid paper
Dimensions
81.2 x 41.2 cm
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Samuel Vaughan, Plan of Mount Vernon, 1787, ink, watercolor, laid paper, 32 x 16 1/4 in. (81.2 x 41.2 cm). Purchase, 1975, Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association, Mount Vernon, Virginia.

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