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Arthur A. Shurcliff research materials and photographs(1920s–1930s)

  • MS 1991.11
  • 2 cubic feet

Research materials and photographs relating to Arthur A. Shurcliff’s landscape work in Virginia and New England.

Folder Discription
Box 1
1 City Library Assn., Springfield, MA; Lake shoreline, Geneva, Switzerland; Tabor Academy Bulletin, photographs (1929–30), Marion, MA; Edward A. Taft gardens, 1933–37
2
Ames Stevens swimming pool, 1940; H.G. Stoddard, 1940
3 Williamsburg photographs, ca. 1928–38; notes for talk at Old Salem, NC, 1933
4 Denbigh Plantation; Matthew Brady photographs
5 Brooks Stevens, Jr. gardens (Concord, MA)
6 Mystic River, Medford, MA
7a–7b Bridges (includes Charles W. Eliot Christmas card)
8 Boston, MA (Prado/George Robert White Fund)
9 George Robert White play spaces, 1941
10 Orangeries (MA and England)
11 Fountains/garden sculpture (Johan Selmer-Larsen, Rachel Hawks, Milton Horn)
12 Dams
Box 2
13 Dams (Hartford and Saville, CT)
14a–14b Boston Common (includes newspaper clippings, 1925–30)
15 Travis House gardens, Williamsburg (boxwood sun screens)
16 Williamsburg tree studies
17 Alcoa’s Colored Workmen, 1920; Amalfi/Ravello, Italy, 1904, 1920
18 Williamsburg (newspaper clippings)
19 Fencing (pales from Southern Places album) N-1204
20 Williamsburg map (Desandrouins, 1782)
21 Williamsburg (W. Lafayette Road, 1939)

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