Restoring the Nineteenth-century Landscape: The Hermitage : a Case Study of Restoration Potential : Proceedings of the Garden Conservancy Conference Held March 13, 1992 in Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey
Robin S. Karson
The Conservancy, 1992 - Historic gardens - 22 pages
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