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["Reef Point," Beatrix Jones Farrand house, Bar Harbor, Maine. Fieldstone pathway to bench]

["Reef Point," Beatrix Jones Farrand house, Bar Harbor, Maine. Fieldst...

Site History. House Architecture: Tilden & Rotch, for Frederick Rhinelander and Mary Rawle Jones, Beatrix Jones Farrand's parents, 1883. Landscape: Beatrix Jones Farrand, from 1917. Today: House and garden not ... More

["Reef Point," Beatrix Jones Farrand house, Bar Harbor, Maine. Pathway]

["Reef Point," Beatrix Jones Farrand house, Bar Harbor, Maine. Pathway...

Site History. House Architecture: Tilden & Rotch, for Frederick Rhinelander and Mary Rawle Jones, Beatrix Jones Farrand's parents, 1883. Landscape: Beatrix Jones Farrand, from 1917. Today: House and garden not ... More

["Reef Point," Beatrix Jones Farrand house, Bar Harbor, Maine. Pathway to house]

["Reef Point," Beatrix Jones Farrand house, Bar Harbor, Maine. Pathway...

Site History. House Architecture: Tilden & Rotch, for Frederick Rhinelander and Mary Rawle Jones, Beatrix Jones Farrand's parents, 1883. Landscape: Beatrix Jones Farrand, from 1917. Today: House and garden not ... More

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