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A Genius for Place: American Landscapes of the Country Place Era

Organized by Library of American Landscape History, Amherst, Massachusetts

Event Details:
January 25, 2011 - April 29, 2011

A Genius for Place features large-format photographs by photographer Carol Betsch of many well-known American estates, including: Gwinn and Stan Hywet Hall in Ohio, Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, D.C., Delaware’s Winterthur, the Edsel Ford Grosse Pointe Shores estate in Michigan, Val Verde in California, and Naumkeag in Massachusetts.

The exhibition will help put our own 2.5 acres of historic riverfront gardens into context. Developed by the Cummer family more than one hundred years ago, the museum’s gardens are prime examples of the Country Place era in Florida.

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Event Start Date: 
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A Genius for Place features large-format photographs by photographer Carol Betsch of many well-known American estates, including: Gwinn and Stan Hywet Hall in Ohio, Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, D.C., Delaware’s Winterthur, the Edsel Ford Grosse Pointe Shores estate in Michigan, Val Verde in California, and Naumkeag in Massachusetts.

The exhibition will help put our own 2.5 acres of historic riverfront gardens into context. Developed by the Cummer family more than one hundred years ago, the museum’s gardens are prime examples of the Country Place era in Florida.

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The exhibition will help put our own 2.5 acres of historic riverfront gardens into context. Developed by the Cummer family more than one hundred years ago, the museum’s gardens are prime examples of the Country Place era in Florida.

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The exhibition will help put our own 2.5 acres of historic riverfront gardens into context. Developed by the Cummer family more than one hundred years ago, the museum’s gardens are prime examples of the Country Place era in Florida.

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The exhibition will help put our own 2.5 acres of historic riverfront gardens into context. Developed by the Cummer family more than one hundred years ago, the museum’s gardens are prime examples of the Country Place era in Florida.

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The exhibition will help put our own 2.5 acres of historic riverfront gardens into context. Developed by the Cummer family more than one hundred years ago, the museum’s gardens are prime examples of the Country Place era in Florida.

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The exhibition will help put our own 2.5 acres of historic riverfront gardens into context. Developed by the Cummer family more than one hundred years ago, the museum’s gardens are prime examples of the Country Place era in Florida.

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The exhibition will help put our own 2.5 acres of historic riverfront gardens into context. Developed by the Cummer family more than one hundred years ago, the museum’s gardens are prime examples of the Country Place era in Florida.

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The exhibition will help put our own 2.5 acres of historic riverfront gardens into context. Developed by the Cummer family more than one hundred years ago, the museum’s gardens are prime examples of the Country Place era in Florida.

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The exhibition will help put our own 2.5 acres of historic riverfront gardens into context. Developed by the Cummer family more than one hundred years ago, the museum’s gardens are prime examples of the Country Place era in Florida.

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The exhibition will help put our own 2.5 acres of historic riverfront gardens into context. Developed by the Cummer family more than one hundred years ago, the museum’s gardens are prime examples of the Country Place era in Florida.

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Organized by Library of American Landscape History, Amherst, Massachusetts
Exhibitions
Event Start Date: 
Tue, 01/25/2011 - Fri, 04/29/2011

A Genius for Place features large-format photographs by photographer Carol Betsch of many well-known American estates, including: Gwinn and Stan Hywet Hall in Ohio, Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, D.C., Delaware’s Winterthur, the Edsel Ford Grosse Pointe Shores estate in Michigan, Val Verde in California, and Naumkeag in Massachusetts.

The exhibition will help put our own 2.5 acres of historic riverfront gardens into context. Developed by the Cummer family more than one hundred years ago, the museum’s gardens are prime examples of the Country Place era in Florida.

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