Contrary to Nature: the Calvert Orangery as a Symbol of Power for the Patrician Elite of Annapolis, Maryland
Author(s): Anne Yentsch
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Contrary to Nature: the Calvert Orangery as a Symbol of Power for the Patrician Elite of Annapolis, Maryland. Anne Yentsch. Presented at 45th Conference on Early American History, "The Colonial Ex", Baltimore, MD. 1984 ( tDAR id: 174066)
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