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Photograph of the East Wing Garden of the White House. This garden was later named the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden and is also known as the First Lady’s Garden. Verso of photograph reads, “White House – East Terrace, 1902.”
Silver and silver-gilt model of the second terrace of Shalimar Gardens. The terrace was designed as "charbagh", a “four-fold” square garden divided symmetrically into quarters by parterres, a form often used by the Mughals. There are pavilions and audience halls on the edges of a large central pool filled with fountains. The large pavilion has thre...
This folder contains correspondence, notes, and sketches regarding a redesign of the White House gardens led by Bunny Mellon. Of note is a letter from President John F. Kennedy to Mrs. Mellon commenting on the garden, and notes by First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy for the Rose Garden book.
View of the Mughal Garden of Rashtrapati Bhavan, official residence of the President of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad. New Delhi, India.
View of the gardens of Rashtrapati Bhavan, official residence of the President of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad. New Delhi, India.
View of an elephant statue in a garden, during First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy’s trip to India.
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