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Shouldn't captions indicate where the alcove is when it is not clear from the image or a letter is keyed to it? eg. fig. 5
Shouldn't the Downing image be inscribed? If associated where is text? should discuss differences with keyed images that are being identified as inscribed.
Add the Downing quotation to Citations for "Rustic Alcove"
[CT 6/16/15] The Downing image perhaps should be inscribed. Here is the text: "Fig. 4, is a RUSTIC ALCOVE, to be placed at the end of a garden walk." (p. 364) https://archive.org/stream/horticulturistjo02alba#page/364/mode/
[TO'M,6/19/15] yes please do add text to citation and categorize as inscribed.