The Sunday porch/enclos*ure: French Riviera - Poincare residence, ca. 1914-18, Eze-sur-mer, France, via Universite Caen Basse-Normandie.|
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The Sunday porch/enclos*ure: Savannah. The lattice and panel of shutters may indicate an old bordello. ca. 1939, by F.B. Johnston, via Library of Congress
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"Only paid-for flowers make friends." Cut-your-own sunflowers in Stuttgart, Germany./enclos*ure
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Life in gardens/enclos*ure: Black children standing in front of half-mile concrete wall in N.W. Detroit. It was built in 1941 to separate their neighborhood from a white housing development going up on the other side. Photo taken August 1941 by John Vachon for U.S. Farm Security Administration via Library of Congress.
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Life in gardens/enclos*ure: cooling beneath an evening glory canopy and the moon, 1880s, Yoshitoshi Taiso, via Library of Congress
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The Sunday porch/enclos*ure: Struan, Arden, North Carolina, 1938, by Frances B. Johnston.