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Lost Gardens of the Main Line, 1880-1930

Presented by Jenkins Arboretum at Online/Virtual Space

Mar 18 2021
Lost Gardens of the Main Line, 1880-1930

Join Estate Historian, Jeff Groff, as he discusses notable Main Line gardens, their different designers and styles, and their owners.

Some of the most important estate gardens in America were created on the Main Line in the late 19th century and the years leading up to WWII. Join Estate Historian, Jeff Groff, as he discusses these notable gardens, their different designers and styles—Victorian, French, Italian, and Colonial Revival—and their owners. Most are lost, but historic photos help recapture these elaborate gardens and their history. Estates that are featured include Dolobran and Allgates in Haverford, Bloomfield

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