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1.  Terrace also known as the parterre in Shaw's Garden circa 1875.

Lithograph showing the "parterre." with the Museum and Observatory in the background. A parterre is a garden consisting of an ornamental arrangement of flower beds. Today this space is occupied by the lily pools in front of the Climatron; view is the to the south. The small pine tree in the middle would eventually become the first location for the sculpture "Juno." 




2.  Main Garden Agave filifera filamentose

Agave filifera filamentose growing in wooden tub in the Parterre. Back side of Juno is in the background. Color magic lantern slide. 



1910

3.  MBG -- Conservatory (1868-1916)

View of the parterre with gentlemen on paths. Juno is in center. Victory and museum can be seen in background. View is looking south from the steps of the Main Conservatory. 



1890

4.  Succulents in formal bed. Juno main greenhouse range-west end.

Succulents in formal bed. Juno and main greenhouse range-west end visible. PRINT AVAILABLE -- SEE PHO 1982-0014, PHO 2006-3050. 



1891

5.  MBG -- Conservatory (1868-1916)

 



1890

6.  Consevatory, Parterre & Juno in 1898.

One 7x5 in. black and white print. 



1898

7.  Main Garden Parterre in the 1890s. Main Gate and Juno. Visitors near gate.

View of the Main Garden Parterre in the 1890's. Visitors visible near Main Gate and Juno. One 7x5 in. sepia print. 



1890

8.  Statue of 'Juno' in Italian Garden.

Statue of 'Juno' in Italian Garden. 



1918

9.  Linnaeus. Bust over south entrance of Linnaean House.

 



1906

10.  Nuttall, Thomas. Bust of Thomas Nuttall on Linnaean House.

1 7x5 in. black and white print. 



1906

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