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for Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts Vol. 28 Issue 1, Summer 2002
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The house at Berry Hill plantation is a fine example of Greek Revival architecture in Virginia, and the classical tradition that dominated architecture in the South during the antebellum period. James C. Bruce, a wealthy financier and tobacco planter, deliberately designed the house in ways which displayed his wealth and power.
John Bivins, Jr. served ten years as editor of the Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts. In memory of John, this issue presents several of his editorial commentaries and articles he wrote for The Luminary newsletter.