Beiswanger, William L.
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Bill Beiswanger discusses Jefferson’s dreams of, and designs for, various structures in his garden. Documents and archaeological evidence suggest that the garden pavilion, or "temple" as Jefferson sometimes called it, in the vegetable garden along the south walk was built in his lifetime but did not last; the new reconstruction now stands in its place.
A transcript of Jefferson’s notes that accompanied several drawings for a townhouse (never built) modeled after Monticello. The drawings and notes were acquired by the University of Virginia in 1979 and "shed new light on our understanding of Jefferson’s theory of design."