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        Eudora Welty House Garden Opens to Public

        PUB. DATE
        January 2005
        SOURCE
        Magnolia;Winter/Spring2005, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p10
        SOURCE TYPE
        Periodical
        DOC. TYPE
        Article
        ABSTRACT
        Reports that the garden at the Jackson, Mississippi, home of southern writer Eudora Welty opened in April 2004 for public tours. Details of the celebration of the garden opening on April 3-5, 2004; History of the garden; Restoration of the garden to the period of 1925-1945; Southern Garden History Society members who helped in the restoration.
        ACCESSION #
        17027594

         

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