Isabella Stewart Gardner

  • American


Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Significant name Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Boston
1846/00/00 135 Warren St. John Lowell Gardner buys Green Hill in 1846. His daughter-in-law, Isabella Stewart Gardner from 1880s onward, adds an early Italian garden, a Japanese garden, greenhouses and elaborate iris beds. Home Green Hill Historic District Brookline
1888/00/00 Isabella Stewart Gardner - created Subject Isabella Stewart Gardner
1890/00/00 Isabella Stewart Gardner visits the Parkmans. Guest Wentworth--Coolidge Mansion Portsmouth
1900/00/00 Large pedestal candelabra (Italian, c 16th century) near the altar are thought to have been the gift of Isabella Stewart Gardner, who occasionally worshipped here and was a major patron of the Society of Saint John the Evangelist. Benefactor St John the Evangelist Church and Rectory
1924/07/17 Isabella Stewart dies in Boston. She is buried at Mount Auburn Cemetery. Died Mount Auburn Cemetery Cambridge
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