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[[image]] The charming informality in the garden at the left is achieved only by careful planning. It is part of the extensive garden of Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Gawler, 4344 Hawthorne Street, given first place in the annual Wesley Heights-Spring Valley Garden Contest in June. [[image]] A hillside garden of unusual beauty brought to its present state of perfection in a very few years - it won second place, professional class, in the contest, and is a part of the garden of Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Wynn. [[photo credit]] Hessler-Henderson [[ /photo credit]] Twelve LEAVES OF WESLEY HEIGHTS
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