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Boswell Garden [slide]

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Creator:
Kerins, Shirley
Boswell, James G., Mrs
Emery, F. W
Wolf, Frederick
Von Platen, Ruth
Crocker, Lady
Architect:
Hunt, Myron
Chambers, H. C
Landscape Architect:
Yoch, Florence
Council, Lucille
Physical description:
1 slide: col
Type:
Projected media
Place:
United States of America, California, Los Angeles County, San Marino
Boswell Garden (San Marino, California)
Date:
1990
08/03/1990
Notes:
This garden was copied from Chateau LaNapoule in Monte Carlo that is owned by Mr. Henry Clews. Yoch and Council worked as consultants with Myron Hunt on the entrance driveway, courtyard and reflective pool terrace for the Emory house. The rose swagged, curving balustrade of the forecourt welcome the guests.
Topic:
Summer
Wellheads
Rose gardens
Benches, stone
Outdoor furniture
Shrubs
Topiary work
Walkways
Local number:
CA007012
Data Source:
Archives of American Gardens

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