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Spring dinner at Monticello, April 12, 1984, in memory of Thomas Jefferson

Author: Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, Inc.
Publisher: Charlottesville, Va. : Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, 1984.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Summary:
For the dedication of the garden pavilion at Monticello, Bill Beiswanger discusses Jefferson's dreams of, and designs for, various structures in his garden. Documents and archaeological evidence suggest that the garden pavilion, or "temple" as Jefferson sometimes called it, in the vegetable garden along the south walk was built in his lifetime but did not last; the new reconstruction now stands in its place.
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Named Person: Thomas Jefferson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, Inc.
OCLC Number: 808030986
Notes: Chiefly an essay entitled: A temple in the garden / William L. Besiwanger.

Thomas Jefferson Foundation notes:
Includes a reproduction of Jefferson's notes on the garden pavilion, and a photograph image of the reconstructed pavilion at Monticello.
Includes menu and guest list.
Includes bibliographical references.
Monticello Keepsakes ; 33
For the dedication of the garden pavilion at Monticello, Bill Beiswanger discusses Jefferson's dreams of, and designs for, various structures in his garden. Documents and archaeological evidence suggest that the garden pavilion, or "temple" as Jefferson sometimes called it, in the vegetable garden along the south walk was built in his lifetime but did not last; the new reconstruction now stands in its place. -- Jessie Merriam
Description: 10 p., [2] leaves of plates : ill. ; 17 cm.
Other Titles: Temple in the garden.
Responsibility: [Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation].
Local System Bib Number:
14164

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For the dedication of the garden pavilion at Monticello, Bill Beiswanger discusses Jefferson's dreams of, and designs for, various structures in his garden. Documents and archaeological evidence suggest that the garden pavilion, or "temple" as Jefferson sometimes called it, in the vegetable garden along the south walk was built in his lifetime but did not last; the new reconstruction now stands in its place.
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