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Several unidentified people, including children, sit on their mounts in front of the "The Greenbrier".
Here students, having received instructions in painting, drawing and ceramics, apply the lessons by capturing the striking scenery.
The row of cottages were built in 1816. Several prominent southerners stayed here including Henry Clay.
The "Old White" is the predecessor of "The Greenbrier" in Greenbrier County.
Located on Baltimore Row, this dwelling was occupied by General Lee and his family during the summers of 1867, 68 & 69.
A golfer lifts his ball out of a bunker as two others watch. None of the men are identified.
The clubhouse adjoins the first tee and last hole of all three golf courses on the grounds of "The Greenbrier".
Grace Martin Taylor with a man.