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Mildred N. Beauregard slide collection

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Beauregard, Mildred N.
Gardens -- Netherlands
Gardens -- France
Gardens -- Europe
Travel photography
Gardens -- England
Gardens -- Denmark
Gardens -- Norway
Gardens -- Scotland
Gardens -- Sweden
Gardens -- Switzerland
Gardens -- United States
Donated to the Smithsonian Institution's Office of Horticulture (later Smithsonian Gardens) in 1987 by Mildred Beauregard's son, Pierre G.T. Beauregard III.
Beauregard, Mildred N.
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Mildred N. Beauregard slide collection
The Mildred N. Beauregard Slide Collection contains 1,249 35mm slides, dated circa 1947-1971, of gardens and castles in England, Scotland, France, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, and Denmark, as well as American gardens, photographed by Mildred Napier Beauregard. Some slides show tourist sites and scenes including skylines, rock features, waterways, boats and ships, and unidentified individuals. The collection also includes two slide viewers.
Biographical note
Mildred Napier Beauregard was born in Milledgeville, Georgia. She was an avid traveler and photographer, taking numerous slides of the sites she visited.
2 Slide viewers
3.25 Cubic feet
1,249 Slides (35mm)
circa 1947-1971
bulk 1950-1969
Custodial History note
Pierre G. T. Beauregard III inherited the slide collection of gardens, landscapes, and other sites photographed by his mother Mildred N. Beauregard.
Archival Repository
Archives of American Gardens
Collection descriptions
Archival materials
Slide viewers
Slides (photographs)
Smithsonian Institution, Archives of American Gardens, Mildred N. Beauregard slide collection.
The historic order of the slides has been maintained and reflects an organization based on geographic location. In rehousing the slides, rubber bands were removed for preservation purposes and replaced with archival quality card stock to indicate groups of slides that were formerly banded together.
Processing Information note
A box list of a portion of the Mildred N. Beauregard Slide Collection was prepared by AAG intern Cate Rudnicki in 2008. Encoded by AAG intern Carolyn Chesarino, June 2010 and Brittany Dunton, December 2011.
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Slides (photographs)
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