Web page from the Williams College Archives showing Wayne Stiles as the artist of a watercolor portraying the main driveway, buildings and grounds of the estate known as Mt. Hope Farm.
In 1912, Wayne Stiles was retained by E. Parmalee Prentiss, an attorney in Williamstown, MA to design the layout, gardens and orchards, roadways, buildings and grounds for his estate known as Mount Hope Farm. Many of the buildings and landscape remain, but the property has been divided up into a handful of private homes. Stiles prepared a color drawing of the site, photos of which can be found in the gallery below.