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Image:1835.jpg|[[Robert Mills]], "Sketch of the Washington Nat'l. Monumt.," 1845.
 
Image:1835.jpg|[[Robert Mills]], "Sketch of the Washington Nat'l. Monumt.," 1845.
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Image:0110.jpg|[[Joseph Goldsborough Bruff]] (artist), Edward Weber & Co. (lithographer), "Elements of National Thrift and Empire," c. 1847.
  
 
Image:0830.jpg|[[Robert Mills]], Details of the Washington Monument for Mr. Daugherty, Superintendent of the Work, Washington, D.C., October 24, 1848.
 
Image:0830.jpg|[[Robert Mills]], Details of the Washington Monument for Mr. Daugherty, Superintendent of the Work, Washington, D.C., October 24, 1848.
  
 
Image:0428.jpg|[[Edward Weber]], ''View of Washington City and Georgetown'' [detail], 1849.  
 
Image:0428.jpg|[[Edward Weber]], ''View of Washington City and Georgetown'' [detail], 1849.  
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Image:0025.jpg|[[Robert P. Smith]], "View of Washington," c. 1850.
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Image:0111.jpg|[[Seth Eastman]], Washington's Monument, Under Construction, 1851.
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Image:0042.jpg|[[Benjamin Franklin Smith, Jr.]], "Washington, D.C. with projected improvements," c. 1852.
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Revision as of 21:35, January 5, 2015

Alternate Names: Public Grounds

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Washington, D.C.
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Related Sites: Smithsonian Institution, United States Capitol, Washington Monument

Related Terms: Arch, Avenue, Basin, Botanic garden, Bridge, Canal, Drive, Fountain, Greenhouse, Hothouse, Jet, Lake/Pond, Landscape gardening, Lawn, Mall, Modern style/Natural style, Park, Picturesque, Plantation, Pleasure ground/Public ground, Plot/Plat, Promenade, Square, Statue, View/Vista, Walk, Wall

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