VIEW, Summer 2008,
Number 8

A few highlights:

  • Robin Karson writes about her new book: A Genius for Place, focusing on the imaginative response to place that characterizes each of the designs featured in the book.
  • Patricia O’Donnell, of Heritage Landscapes in Charlotte, Vermont, addresses the topic of preserving country estates from the practitioner’s point of view.
  • Mackenzie Greer, coordinator of the Warren H. Manning Research Project, reveals a dramatic discovery from her team of researchers, this one by an Akron horticulturist who does some of her best work from a hot air balloon.
  • In preservation news, LALH’s Jane Roy Brown writes about preservation initiatives at some of the sites featured in A Genius for Place and profiles the distinguished career of LALH Trustee John Franklin Miller.

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