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Eliza Susan Quincy, ''View of the seat of Edmund Quincy Esqr.'', 1822, watercolor, 7 1/10 x 8 1/2 in. (18  x 22.1 cm). Eliza S. Quincy Memoir, Quincy Family Papers, Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston.
 
Eliza Susan Quincy, ''View of the seat of Edmund Quincy Esqr.'', 1822, watercolor, 7 1/10 x 8 1/2 in. (18  x 22.1 cm). Eliza S. Quincy Memoir, Quincy Family Papers, Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston.
  
 
Inscribed on reverse: View / of the seat of Edmund Quincy Esqr.
 
Inscribed on reverse: View / of the seat of Edmund Quincy Esqr.

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Eliza Susan Quincy, View of the seat of Edmund Quincy Esqr., 1822, watercolor, 7 1/10 x 8 1/2 in. (18 x 22.1 cm). Eliza S. Quincy Memoir, Quincy Family Papers, Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston.

Inscribed on reverse: View / of the seat of Edmund Quincy Esqr.

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