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Property:Associated person

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This is a property of type Record. Has fields: Name, Role, From Date, End Date.

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Mark Catesby (Naturalist, 1683, 1749)  +
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Benjamin Henry Latrobe (?, ?, ?)  +, William Lovering (?, 1795, 1810)  +, William Russell Birch (?, ?, ?)  +
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James Alexander (Gardener, ?, 1778)  +
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Pierre-Charles L’Enfant (Urban designer, 1754, 1825)  +, Robert Mills (Architect, 1781, 1855)  +, Andrew Jackson Downing (Landscape designer, 1815, 1852)  +
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Robert Buist (Gardener, ?, ?)  +, Peter Mackenzie (Gardener, ?, ?)  +, John McAran (Landscape gardener, ?, ?)  +
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George Harvey (Architect, 1800, 1878)  +
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James Habersham (Headmaster, ?, ?)  +
Robert Mills (Design Competitor, 1781, 1855)  +, Horatio Greenough (Design Competitor, 1805, 1852)  +, Solomon Willard (Design Winner, 1783, 1861)  +
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Dr. Edward Cutbush (Founder and First President, 1772, 1843)  +, Thomas Law (Founder, 1756, 1834)  +
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David Landreth (Gardener, 1752, 1828)  +, Cuthbert Landreth (Gardener, ?, ?)  +, F. Gottreu (Gardener, ?, ?)  +,
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Antonio Giannini (Gardener, 1778, 1782)  +, Giovannini da Prato (Gardener, 1781, 1812)  +, Robert Bailey (Gardener, 1794, 1796)  +,
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George Hilton (Gardener, ?, ?)  +, Mr. Thomson (Gardener, ?, ?)  +, John McAran (Gardener, ?, ?)  +,
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Mrs. Bement (?, ?, ?)  +, Caleb M. Bement (Manager, ?, ?)  +

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