Shurcliff, Arthur Asahel

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Shurcliff, Arthur Asahel (originally Arthur Asahel Shurtleff) (1870–1957). American landscape-architect. He designed gardens at Williamsburg, VA, from 1928, when many C19 buildings were demolished and replaced with Colonial Revival buildings based on C18 exemplars. His gardens were based on research to establish what C18 gardens had been like.

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Jane Turner (1996)