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Benjamin Henry Latrobe, ''View of Mount Vernon looking to the North'', July 17, 1796, watercolor, [1960.108.1.2.13]. Maryland Center for History and Culture.
  
 
Inscribed: View of Mount Vernon looking to the North. July 17th, 1796. The portico faces to the East.
 
Inscribed: View of Mount Vernon looking to the North. July 17th, 1796. The portico faces to the East.

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July 17, 1796
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View of Mount Vernon looking to the North. July 17th, 1796. The portico faces to the East.
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Inscribed: View of Mount Vernon looking to the North. July 17th, 1796. The portico faces to the East.

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