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Glen Eyrie [slide]

Creator:
The Navigators
Strabe, George
Cochran, Alexander
Glen Eyrie Companies
Palmer, William J
Gardener:
Blair, John
Forester:
Burghard, Billie
Contractor/Builder:
Van Diest, Edmund
Architect:
Sterner, Frederick J
Physical description:
1 slide: col
Type:
Projected media
Place:
United States of America, Colorado, El Paso County, Colorado Springs
Colorado
Colorado Springs
Date:
1907
Notes:
" "Glen Eyrie" is named after the eagles nest on the great gray entrance rock in -1871- plain clapboard house - comfortable and large. Three story tower added in the late seventies. Very little garden as there was no water but gorgeous canyon was used as a public park." Information from "Newport in the Rockies."
Topic:
Spring
Rustic work
Outdoor furniture
Evergreens
Walkways
Houses
Benches
Local number:
CO021002
Data Source:
Archives of American Gardens

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