A few highlights:
- Arthur A. Shurcliff and John Nolen biographers Elizabeth Hope Cushing and R. Bruce Stephenson share insights about their subjects’ lives and work.
- Lauren Stimson delves into the practice of Stephen Stimson Associates, a landscape architecture firm based in Cambridge and Princeton (Massachusetts), whose designs are enlivened by a deep response to site history. You can also see the new place study here.
- Jane Roy Brown profiles this year’s preservation hero, Craig Barrow III, whose family estate, Wormsloe, was settled outside Savannah in 1736 by Noble Jones.
- Brown also explores the challenges faced by preservationists at Union Park Gardens, one of John Nolen’s early subdivisions, laid out in 1917 near Wilmington, Delaware.
- Manning research associate Matt Medeiros has written about Warren Manning’s restoration of his seventeenth-century ancestral homestead, The Manse, in North Billerica, Massachusetts.
- Ethan Carr, FASLA, contributes a thoughtful guest column on the critical role of history in contemporary practice.
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