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Chinese Gardens [slide]

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Photographer:
Appenzeller, Betty
Former owner:
Long, William Edgar
Creator:
Lake Wawasee
Type:
Projected media
Place:
United States of America, Indiana, Kosciusko County, Turkey Creek, Syracuse
Indiana
Syracuse
Chinese Gardens (Syracuse, Indiana)
Japanese Gardens (Syracuse, Indiana)
Date:
1984
01/00/1984
Notes:
The teahouse was purchased from the Japanese Imperial Government following the closing of the Chicago Century Progress Exposition (1933 - 1934) by William Edgar Long who moved it from Chicago to Lake Wawasee. The property was called the Japanese Gardens until the end of World War II when the name was changed to the Chinese Gardens.
Topic:
Summer
Japanese gardens
Water gardens
Teahouses
Trees
Lakes
Fences
Local number:
IN002001
Data Source:
Archives of American Gardens
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