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On the site of an ancient sand dune, Frederick Law Olmstead, architect of New York’s Central Park, carved out an island, known as Wooded Island, in the 500-acre site of Jackson Park, part of the grounds for the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Today restored, the island added the Japanese Garden in 1935, seen on a fine spring day in 2010.

Looking east from village of Fontana. Como lake to the north. City of Lake Geneva around bend to left at top. Williams Bay midway on north. Yerkes Observatory just west of Williams Bay.

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