United States of America, Georgia, Richmond County, Augusta
Gertrude Herbert Memorial Institute of Art (Augusta, Georgia)
"The Gertrude Herbert Institute became public in 1937. The house has a brick apron in front of the house and brick walks in a semicircle around either side of the house, which are original and have since been restored. The garden is a restored period garden."
Persons associated with the property include: Nicholas Ware, (former owner, 1818); Sibley, (former owner); Clark, (former owner); Gabriel Manigault, (architect); and Catherine M. Howett, (landscape architect).
The folder includes a slide list, excerpts from publications featuring the gardens, a brochure, and a worksheet completed by a GCA researcher.
Garden has been featured in Louise Thrash, "Landscaping Spruces Art Institute," The Augusta Chronicle, February 12, 1982
Garden has been featured in Louise Thrash, "Period Garden Restored," Augusta Herald, February 12, 1982
Garden has been featured in John Linley, The Georgia Catalog Historic American Buildings Survey: A Guide to the Architecture of the State (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1982), p. 284