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James Smillie (artist), W. W. Rice (engraver), "Monument to Miss Charlotte Canda," in Nehemiah Cleaveland, ''The Rural Cemeteries of America. / Illustrated in a series of highly finished steel engravings from drawings taken on the spot, of the most picturesque scenery in Greenwood and Mount Auburn cemeteries; With descriptions by Nehemiah Cleaveland'' (1855 [1847]), opp. p. 8. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

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James Smillie (artist), W. W. Rice (engraver), "Monument to Miss Charlotte Canda," in Nehemiah Cleaveland, The Rural Cemeteries of America. / Illustrated in a series of highly finished steel engravings from drawings taken on the spot, of the most picturesque scenery in Greenwood and Mount Auburn cemeteries; With descriptions by Nehemiah Cleaveland (1855 [1847]), opp. p. 8. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

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