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Whitemarsh Hall [slide]

Creator:
Johnston, Frances Benjamin 1864-1952
Stotesbury, Edward T. Mr. Mrs
Landscape Architect:
Gréber, Jacques
Trumbauer, Horace
Nurseryman:
Lewis & Valentine
Provenance:
Library of Congress
Physical description:
1 slide: b&w
Type:
Projected media
Place:
United States of America, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Whitemarsh Hall (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Date:
1922
08/03/1922
Notes:
"Whitemarsh Hall is a French style garden of the late eighteenth century. The statues of the seasons came from Versilles and the box-hedge deserves attention. The long drive is a magnificent approach to the Georgian house and is in admirable scale with the whole estate. - The Garden Club of America Twenty-fifth annual meeting." Side Pavilion. Library of Congress, Frances Benjamin Johnston Collection. 0.00
Topic:
Summer
Parterres
Finials
Pavilions
Walkways
Walkways, gravel
Gardens, French
Fountains
Local number:
PA332007
Data Source:
Archives of American Gardens

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