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The Terrior Column and Enclosure

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The Terrior Column and Enclosure

Beneath a large weeping willow is the Terrior Column, modeled after a nineteenth-century terrier tomb that Farrand saw in her travels to Naples, Italy. Close to the column, in an area enclosed by bamboo and a lacebark elm, is a lead-roofed garden seat, originally designed as a swing by Farrand. The side panels represent Aesop's fables of the fox and the crane, and the fox, crow, and cheese.

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