A few highlights:
- William E. O’Brien, author of Landscapes of Exclusion, and R. Bruce Stephenson, biographer of John Nolen, document racism in the planning of state parks and city planning.
- Elizabeth Barlow Rogers interviews landscape architect Gary Hilderbrand about his recent work at the Clark Art Institute. You can see the place study based on the article here.
- Jane Roy Brown reveals how the LALH book A World of Her Own Making informed the expansion of Reynolda House Museum of American Art.
- David Schuyler, author of Apostle of Taste, profiles this year’s preservation hero, Charles Eliot Beveridge.
- Ethan Carr writes about the National Association for Olmsted Park’s role in preserving the Olmsted legacy.
- Robin Karson introduces Warren Manning’s design of Finger Lakes State Park, a site featured in the LALH exhibition 100 Years of Design on the Land, and illustrates how his written work guided its preservation.
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