National Geographic : 1928 May
©Aero Service AN AIRPLANE VIEW OfI MOUNT VERNON In the foreground is the entrance to the serpentine drive, which winds its sinuous way to the door ofthe mansion (see Color Plate XIII). On each side of the great house the smaller dependent structures are grouped, while at the upper right is the summer house (see Color Plate XI), and beyond that the river. The formal gardens and buildings that were formerly servants' quarters are at the left. Like ablack pencil line, atthe upper left, runs the low boundary to the garden, known as the ha-ha wall.