Tryon Palace Gardens
Grandma Bert remarked that she wished they had eight gardens from which to choose to relax in.
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Tryon Palace
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Grandma Bert poses in the flower garden.
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The rear of Tryon Palace and the South Lawn.
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Absolute rear of the gardens.
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Latham Memorial Garden
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Stables and Stable Office
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George W Dixon House, associated with Tryon Palace, was built lin the 1830s and stands on what originally was Palace land.
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Though across the street from Tryon Palace, the Carraway garden is considered part of the Tryon Palace gardens.
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Grandma Bert poses in the Gertrude S. Carraway garden.
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Grandma Bert caught Grandpa talking, as always.
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The John Wright Stanley house.
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The Dot Tyler garden is immediately behind the Stanley house.
Statuary of the Modern Garden
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Statuary of the Modern Garden
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