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A section of a garden parterre featuring a decorative shell border is shown along a brick pathway in an unidentified garden at Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1930s.

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Boxwood hedges and flowering trees accent a walled garden within the grounds of the Governor's Palace, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1930s.

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Close-up view of a meal typically served in the Travis House restaurant when located on Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Virginia, circa 1930s.

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Teahouse in the garden behind the Travis House restaurant when it was located on Block 13 along Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1935.

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Exterior view of the A & P Store (south side of Merchants Square), from the corner of Duke of Gloucester Street and North Henry Streets, 1935. The A&P Food Market, which was later converted into the Craft House, stands at the street corner. Next…

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Post-restoration view of the William Lightfoot House, once known as the Nightingale House. Yorktown merchant William Lightfoot constructed the dwelling to serve as a town home during visits to Williamsburg to participate in the Governor's Council.…

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A vista looking towards the river in an unidentified Virginia garden, circa 1935.

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View of one of the four terraces within the formal garden of Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire, England, circa 1930s.

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Vista looking down the central path in the terraced formal garden of Canons Ashby, Northhamptonshire, England, circa 1930s.

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Automobiles parked in the semi-circular drive in front of the Williamsburg Inn, Williamsburg, Virginia.

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Hand-colored lantern slide featuring photo of Courthouse of 1770 taken by F.S. Lincoln in 1935. One of the eighty-eight original structures at Colonial Williamsburg, the Courthouse stood on this site from 1770 onwards but underwent a number of minor…

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Lantern slide depicting the advertisement titled "To Be Sold, by William Prince, At Flushing Landing, on Long Island, near New York, a large collection, as follows, of Fruit Trees and Shrubs."