A terraced garden sits below a building at John Hay Air Base in the Philippines.
President Galo Plaza, Mrs. Plaza, and the first family of Ecuador enjoy the garden of Prospect House. The Prospect House, built in 1788 and designed by William Thornton, architect of the United States Capital, served as the guest house during the White House renovation when President Harry S. Truman resided at Blair House. From the Department of State Album: "Visit of His Excellency, Galo Plaza, President of Ecuador to the United States of American, June 20 to 29, 1951"
This is half of a stereo slide of a garden scene showing a large grass area with a large water feature with multiple water fountains. A smaller water fountain is in the left corner.
This is half of a stereo slide showing a landscaped garden featuring plants and a water fountain. Two unidentified men are working in the garden. Possibly taken during General Robert Landry's trip to Iran.
This is half of a stereo slide of a large landscaped garden, possibly located in Europe.
This is half of a stereo slide of a floral garden with a church steeple in the distance. Image possibly taken in Europe.
This is half of a stereo slide showing a landscaped garden. A tree line is in the distance. There appears to be water fountains in the garden.
This is half of a stereo slide showing a grassy garden area with two water features. One is a smaller circle fountain and the other is an oval fountain. There are trees that line the background. The exact location is unknown.
This is half of a stereo slide showing a garden. There are seven rows of plants in the vertical direction. A tree line is in the background.
This is half of a stereo slide that shows a landscaped garden with large water fountain.