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[Immergrun] [slide]

Creator:
Gillies, John Wallace
Schwab, Charles M 1862-1939
Mount Assisi Monastery
Landscape architect:
Leavitt, Charles Wellford
Architect:
Murphy And Dana
Nurseryman:
Lewis & Valentine
Contractor/Builder:
Spinner, F. E
Landscape Architect:
Emmet, Devereux
Sculptor:
Crenier, Henri
Manship, Paul 1885-1966
Whitney, Gertrude
Physical description:
1 slide: b&w
Type:
Projected media
Place:
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Cambria County, Loretto
Pennsylvania
Loretto
Date:
1921
1921 Mar
Notes:
A view of the double stairway which descends eachside of the cascade into the rose garden. The photograph gives an excellent idea of the combination of the monumental and naturalistic treatment of the estate. In the middle distance is noted the bosquet of white pines each side of the cascade.rose g
Topic:
Spring
Ponds
Stairs
Water stairs
Jars--ornamental
Jardinieres
Shrubs
Outdoor furniture
Terraces (land forms)
Houses
Benches
Water lilies
Local number:
PA321001
Data Source:
Archives of American Gardens

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