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Frances Palmer, "A plot of village property 724 feet by 488," 1849

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Associated: Yard
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Frances Palmer
Date
1849
Title
"A plot of village property 724 feet by 488"
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Date of Publication
1849
Reference Title
The Architect
Volume
1
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pl. 48
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Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
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Frances Palmer, "A plot of village property 724 feet by 488," in William H. Ranlett, The Architect (1849), vol. 1, pl. 48. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

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