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James Smillie (artist), Rice & Buttre (engravers), “View of Oxnard's Monument,in Cornelia W. Walter, ''Mount Auburn Illustrated. In highly finished line engraving, from drawings taken on the spot, by James Smillie. With descriptive notices by Cornelia W. Walter'' (1850 [1847]), opp. p.116. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, D.C.
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James Smillie (artist), Rice & Buttre (engravers), “View of Oxnard's Monument, Mount Auburn Cemetery” in Cornelia W. Walter, ''Mount Auburn Illustrated. In highly finished line engraving, from drawings taken on the spot, by James Smillie. With descriptive notices by Cornelia W. Walter'' (1847; repr., 1850), opp. p. 116. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, DC.

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Mount Auburn Illustrated. In highly finished line engraving, from drawings taken on the spot, by James Smillie. With descriptive notices by Cornelia W. Walter
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James Smillie (artist), Rice & Buttre (engravers), “View of Oxnard's Monument, Mount Auburn Cemetery” in Cornelia W. Walter, Mount Auburn Illustrated. In highly finished line engraving, from drawings taken on the spot, by James Smillie. With descriptive notices by Cornelia W. Walter (1847; repr., 1850), opp. p. 116. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, DC.

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