VIEW, Summer 2004,
Number 4

A few highlights:

• A featured story about Catherine Howett’s forthcoming monograph on the country estate and village of Reynolda, in WInston-Salem, North Carolina, looks at the conjunction of landscape design and the new southern woman in the person of the feisty and imaginative Katherine Reynolds, wife of the famed tobacco magnate.

• Read a profile of the new reprint from the ASLA Centennial Series, New Towns for Old (1972) by John Nolen, which includes case studies of several towns from Kingsport, Tennessee, to Mariemont, Ohio.

• The preservation section looks at recent meadow restoration projects at Central Park and Prospect Park in New York City, renovations to Skyline Parkway in Duluth, Minnesota, a new museum wing for Reynolda Museum of American Art, and the opening of a remarkable private garden in Jackson, Mississippi, created by Chestina Welty and cared for by her daughter, Eudora.

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