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“She is a jewel in the crown. There are all the rest of the fine old homes of Oxford; Rowan Oak with its aura; the majesty of Memory House; the serenity of Shadowlawn; Cedar Oaks with its nine lives; and a whole host of other testimonies to the town’s heritage … and then there’s Ammadelle. For seventeen decades she has stood sentinel to southern travelers, from General Grant to Laureate Faulkner to Hollywood heavyweights, as they all in their time topped the plateau and took in our signature tree-lined view south to the Courthouse Square.” –John Cofield

Photograph by noted Oxford photographer Susan Mann Foust at Susan Foust Photography – www.susanfoustphotography.com

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