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<i>"The Causeway," James Parmelee house, 3100 Macomb Street, Washington, D.C. Fountain</i>
Photographer: Frances Benjamin Johnston (glass lantern slide image courtesy of the Library of Congress)
Taken: 1919
Caption: "The Causeway," James Parmelee house, 3100 Macomb Street, Washington, D.C. Fountain
Additional Description: Site History: House Architecture: Charles Adams Platt, 1912. Landscape: Charles Adams Platt, overall plan, 1912 and Ellen Biddle Shipman, 1913. Associated Name: Alice Maury (Mrs. James) Parmelee. Today: House owned by Washington International School; woodland garden, added in 1927, open to the public as "Tregaron." - Library of Congress
Submitted: January 8, 2018.
Database Locator Identification Number: p411595
File Size: 0.305 Megabytes


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