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With "a greater eye to convenience," Jefferson employed a number of mechanical gadgets at...More >>
On July 3, 1789, just before the storming of the Bastille and two months before he returned to...More >>
One of Monticello's most memorable features is the Great Clock, designed by Jefferson, built by...More >>
The Mather Brown portraits of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams are meant to hang together.More >>
World-renowned photographer and editor, Miguel Flores-Vianna captures inspiring views of Monticello...More >>
A look at how Jefferson designed the windows at Monticello not only to maximize the amount of light...More >>
Jefferson was Monticello's architect. But many of its finest architectural features -- including...More >>
Designed by Thomas Jefferson, executed by Louis Chantrot. If the Great Clock in the Hall was the...More >>
Monticello’s North Dependency before restoration.
Every restoration architect dreads leaky roofs, unstable foundations, and finding a document filled...More >>

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