VIEW, Summer 2006,
Number 6

A few highlights:

• Read about a forthcoming book from LALH, a new edition of Blanche M. G. Linden’s classic, Silent City on a Hillthe story of Mount Auburn Cemetery, the first rural cemetery in America—revised, expanded, re-designed and printed in large format.

• Jane Roy Brown writes about recent preservation initiatives at Mount Auburn, Venice, Florida, and Gwinn, Michigan.

• Reid Bertone-Johnson writes about Tranquility Farm, a ninteenth-century Connecticut country estate laid out by Charles Eliot and a young Warren H. Manning.

• Jill Ker Conway remembers Charles Capen McLaughlin (1929-2005).

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