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09 Gardens of the Victorian Period & Gilded Age - Notes

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09 Gardens of the Victorian Era & the Guilded Age 1 Gardens of the Victorian Era & the Gilded Age (1837 – 1901) (1865 – 1893) John Claudius Loudon, 1838 The Suburban Gardner, and Villa Companion John Claudius Loudon 1838
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09 Gardens of the Victorian Era & the Guilded Age 2 Beautifying Country Homes: A Handbook of Landscape Gardening Jacob Weidenmann, 1870 The Specimen Book of Fruits, Flowers, and Ornamental Trees Carefully Drawn and Colored from Nature for the Use of Nurserymen , Frank Morse, 1872 Beautiful Homes: The Art of Beautifying the Grounds of Suburban Homes of Small Extent Frank J. Scott, 1870
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09 Gardens of the Victorian Era & the Guilded Age 3 Beautiful Homes: The Art of Beautifying the Grounds of Suburban Homes of Small Extent Frank J. Scott, 1870 Beautiful Homes: The Art of Beautifying the Grounds of Suburban Homes of Small Extent Frank J. Scott, 1870 Beautiful Homes: The Art of Beautifying the Grounds of Suburban Homes of Small Extent Frank J. Scott, 1870
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09 Gardens of the Victorian Era & the Guilded Age 4 Shelburne Farms Vermont, 1886 Dr. William Seward &
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