Remembrance of pavilions past

Nesmith, Lynn
October 1997
Southern Living;Oct97, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p200
Provides information on the design of a pavilion in the garden of Hugh and Lisa Long's home in Alexandria, Virginia. Reference to architect Ralph Cunningham; Detailed description of the pavilion.


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