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  • In 1855 Lemon Hill became part of Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park. —Lacey Baradel Oldschool, Oliver, August 1813, describing Lemon Hill, estate of Henry Pratt
    33 KB (4,445 words) - 21:19, October 5, 2021
  • scheme, and landscaping” completed and available for public use. —Lacey Baradel Oldschool, Oliver, August 1813, describing Lemon Hill (quoted in Oldschool
    56 KB (7,302 words) - 14:17, September 1, 2021
  • open views of the landscape from the house. According to William L. Beiswanger, these L-shaped terraces recall the elevated walkways suggested by the Scottish
    78 KB (10,171 words) - 00:22, August 25, 2021
  • 1812—continued to operate the commercial nursery after her uncle’s death. —Lacey Baradel and Elizabeth Athens Bartram, John, March 14, 1756, in a letter to Alexander
    42 KB (5,973 words) - 20:00, September 8, 2021
  • “Non sibi sed aliis” [not for himself but for others] (view text). —Lacey Baradel Hamilton, William, April 1779, in a letter to William Tilghman Jr. (quoted
    82 KB (12,725 words) - 21:28, September 15, 2021
  • Lloyds’ home. The archeologists Mark P. Leone, James M. Harmon, and Jessica L. Neuwirth argue that such geometric gardens, a style favored by the Chesapeake
    44 KB (5,305 words) - 21:15, August 30, 2021
  • Hamilton-era buildings that remain at the site of The Woodlands today. —Lacey Baradel and Robyn Asleson Hamilton, William, April 1779, in a letter to William
    110 KB (15,513 words) - 20:48, August 30, 2021
  • testing, shedding new light on the history and design of Point Breeze. —Lacey Baradel Bonaparte, Joseph, September 14, 1817, in a letter to his daughter Zénaïde
    41 KB (5,233 words) - 14:16, August 26, 2021
  • bathhouses, which operate as Berkeley Springs State Park, since 1970. —Lacey Baradel Lord Fairfax, June 1, 1747, in a letter to an unknown recipient (possibly
    53 KB (7,352 words) - 03:01, August 10, 2021
  • Savannah Gas Company and is now a commercial center and events venue. —Lacey Baradel Von Reck, Commissary, 1734, describing the Trustees’ Garden, Savannah, GA
    27 KB (3,443 words) - 19:33, August 30, 2021
  • estate is now run as a historic site by Historic Hudson Valley. —Lacey Baradel Irving, Ebenezer, June 1, 1835, in a letter to his nephew William Irving
    63 KB (8,985 words) - 19:09, August 30, 2021
  • 2010 by Therese O'Malley with contributions by Elizabeth Kryder-Reid and Anne L. Helmreich Therese O'Malley Chelsea Cole, Kathleen Lee, Jessica Ruse, Courtney
    3 KB (293 words) - 18:14, September 15, 2021

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