In 1913, the Polish clergy and laity of the United States add the statue of Kosciuszko to the memorial originally paid for by cadets in 1828. The memorial is approximately 800 yards from Kosciuszko’s Garden.

West Point celebrates its centennial. The photograph is of the Superintendent’s Quarters 100. As part of the celebration, visitors tour Kosciuszko’s Garden.



The National Park Service calls Frederick Law Olmsted “the founder of American landscape architecture and the nation’s foremost parkmaker.” In 1910, in conjunction with his work at West Point with the architectural firm Cram, Goodhue and Ferguson, he draws a plan a plan that documents the path from Flirtation walk going through Kosciuszko’s Garden to the stables - now known as Thayer Hall.


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