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Greeking the Southside: Style and Meaning at James C. Bruce’s Berry Hill Plantation

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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.
Journal of Early Southern Decorative Arts (NoCar N 6520 .J67), Vol. 28 Issue 1, Summer 2002, p1-52, il, por, map, bibl, f