The Bard College Newletter, Perspectives, Vol. 125, No. 3
Bard College (American educational institution, founded 1860)
Romantic (modern European styles ); cultural landscapes; historic landscapes; architecture (object genre); Italianate (North American architecture styles )
Annandale-on-Hudson, Dutchess, New York, United States; Hudson River, United States
Harrar, Bessina; Hoppin, F. L. V.
Bard College (American educational institution, founded 1860); Hoppin & Koen
In the 1986 issue of the Bard College Bulletin, Perspectives, Blithewood Garden was featured on the cover. Inside, an article by the well-known garden writer Tovah Martin was illustrated with color photographs by Geoffrey Martin. Blithewood Garden is an Italianate garden located on the campus of Bard College. It was designed in the early 20th Century by F.L.H. Hoppin. In 1990, the U.S. Secretary of the Interior included Blithewood as a contributing property in the Hudson River National Historic Landmark District, a 32-mile stretch that extends from Germantown to Hyde Park.
Martin, Geoffrey K. (American teacher and mathematician, 1951 CE-); Martin, Tovah
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