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First 300 Photograph Collection

Title: Clifton Wynyates, Estate of James Crosby Brown, Gladwyne – Aerial View
Source: Hagley Museum and Library
Collection: First 300
Date: 2000
Binder #: 5
Image #: 258-1
Abstract: Built in 1903 for William C. Scott and frequently known as “The Dipple”; designed by William Price and M. Hawley McClanahan; James Crosby Brown purchased the estate in 1914 and enlarged it; by 1933, the estate was being subdivided; Walter Durham and James Irvine became the chief collaborators in the redevelopment
Item Number: 789
Keywords: Brown, James C./ Clifton Wynyates/ Scott, William C./ Price and McClanahan/ Durham, Walter K./ Irvine, James/ Gladwyne