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    Cover: Nature and Ideology: Nature and Garden Design in the Twentieth CenturyNature and Ideology: Nature and Garden Design in the Twentieth CenturyWolschke-Bulmahn, JoachimHARDCOVER01/01/1997$50.00
    Cover: Places of Commemoration: Search for Identity and Landscape DesignPlaces of Commemoration: Search for Identity and Landscape DesignWolschke-Bulmahn, JoachimHARDCOVER01/01/2001$50.00
    Cover: Patricia Johanson’s <i>House and Garden</i> Commission: Re-construction of ModernityPatricia Johanson’s House and Garden Commission: Re-construction of ModernityWu, XinPAPERBACK03/30/2008$45.00
    Cover: Metamorphosis of the Private Sphere: Gardens and Objects in Tang–Song PoetryMetamorphosis of the Private Sphere: Gardens and Objects in Tang–Song PoetryYang, XiaoshanHARDCOVER10/15/2003$45.00
    Cover: Theme Park Landscapes: Antecedents and VariationsTheme Park Landscapes: Antecedents and VariationsYoung, Terence
    Riley, Robert
    HARDCOVER01/01/2006$28.00Currently unavailable
    Cover: Frederick Law Olmsted and the Boston Park SystemFrederick Law Olmsted and the Boston Park SystemZaitzevsky, CynthiaHARDCOVER12/31/1982$100.00
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