United States of America, Georgia, Clarke County, Athens
Grant-Hill-White-Bradshaw Place (Athens, Georgia)
"Arched openings through cedar hedges lead to tree planted lawns on each side of the house. These and the formal garden were hedged by euonymous. Practically all plantings in the lawn sections and in the garden are original or are careful replacements. The remaining acreage used by the Grants for orchards, vegetable garden and pasturage, and where stood the usual barn, carriage house, and stable buildings, have been developed by the present owner into a beautiful stretch of lawn and garden.
Persons associated with the property include: Thomas Grant (former owner, 1855-1863); Ben Hill (former owner); Josiah T. Leonard (former owner); Captain James White (former owner, 1888); and Mrs. Frances T. Bradshaw (former owner).
Materials relating to the private gardens located in Athens, Georgia. The folder includes a slide list, articles featuring the gardens and an information sheet.
Garden has been featured in Loraine Meeks Cooney, Garden History of Georgia, 1733-1933 (Atlanta, Georgia: The Peachtree Garden Club, 1933)
Garden has been featured in Garden Club of America, Gardens of Colony and State: Gardens and Gardeners of the American Colonies and of the Republic Before 1840 (New York: Pub. for the Garden Club of America by Scribner's Sons, 1931-1934)