Washington Monument (Washington, DC)
Alternate Names: Public Grounds
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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
Robert Mills, "Sketch of the Washington Nat'l. Monumt.," 1845.
Joseph Goldsborough Bruff (artist), Edward Weber & Co. (lithographer), "Elements of National Thrift and Empire," c. 1847.
Robert Mills, Details of the Washington Monument for Mr. Daugherty, Superintendent of the Work, Washington, D.C., October 24, 1848.
Edward Weber, View of Washington City and Georgetown [detail], 1849.
Robert P. Smith, "View of Washington," c. 1850.
Seth Eastman, Washington's Monument, Under Construction, 1851.
Benjamin Franklin Smith, Jr., "Washington, D.C. with projected improvements," c. 1852.