1 folder+ 8 safety film negatives; 16 contact prints
Mixed archival materials
United States of America
Scully Garden (United States)
Landscape architect Nelva M. Weber appears to have been designed the hardscaping and plantings for this site. References to a client named Scully, along with an October 1971 date, appear in her papers at Cornell University; the client name and this date are repeated in Molly Adams's hand on the storage enclosure for these images found in Adams's files. Two decks, a stone wall, and a stone walk were features of the garden, which was in a wooded setting, perhaps in New Jersey.However, the exact location of the property is not known. The negatives and two sets of contact prints duplicate one another.
Persons associated with the garden include Nelva M. Weber (landscape architect).