VIEW, Summer 2007,
Number 7

A few highlights:

• Lead stories in this issue describe Ethan Carr’s new book Mission 66 and our reprint of Frank Waugh’s Book of Landscape Gardening.

• Carr also contributes a thought-provoking essay about recent developments at the National Park Service and what we’ve learned in the years since Mission 66 was launched.

• Reid Bertone-Johnson, coordinator of the Warren Manning Research Project, describes new findings about the utopian-community-turned-company-town of Hopedale, Massachusetts, and recent preservation at Wilcox Park in Westerly, Rhode Island.

• Jane Roy Brown, director of educational outreach, offers profiles of three “local heroes,” preservation advocates who have made lasting differences in their communities assisted by research in LALH books.

• Jane also provides an update on Longue Vue, where post-Katrina conditions continue to pose great challenges in the Ellen Shipman—designed landscape.

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