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Sweeping lawns at Rough Point in Newport, R.I., invite meandering strolls.
The gardens are maintained using organic and other sustainable techniques.
Ira Kerns/The Newport Restoration Foundation
Doris was just 12, an only child, when her father died in 1925, leaving her an $80 million fortune.
The arched bridge is part of Newports Cliff Walk and resembles the original design of Frederick Law Olmsted.
The Newport Restoration Foundation
An aerial view of Doris Duke’s Newport estate, Rough Point.
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