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Alexander Wadsworth, “Plan of Mount Auburn,” November 1831. Library of Congress, Washington, DC.

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current17:51, September 3, 2013Thumbnail for version as of 17:51, September 3, 20132,800 × 3,500 (4.7 MB)Emily Pugh (talk | contribs)Alexander Wadsworth, ''Plan of Mount Auburn Cemetery'', November 1831. map; print; engraving. Library of Congress, Washington DC.

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