DUMBARTON OAKS COLLOQUIUM ON THE HISTORY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
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Dumbarton Oaks Colloquium on the History of Landscape Architecture 15

Regional Garden Design in the United States

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$50.00 • £40.95 • €45.00

ISBN 9780884022237

Publication Date: 01/01/1995

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  • Foreword [Therese O’Malley and Marc Treib]
  • Introduction [John Dixon Hunt]
  • Aspects of Regionality and the Modern(ist) Garden in California [Marc Treib]
  • Making Gardens in the Athens of the West: Bernard Maybeck and the San Francisco Bay Region Tradition in Landscape and Garden Design [Dianne Harris]
  • Fast-Tracking Culture and Landscape: Horace William Shaler Cleveland and the Garden in the Midwest [Lance M. Neckar]
  • The Prairie Gardens of O. C. Simonds and Jens Jensen [Robert E. Grese]
  • Eighteenth-Century Virginia Plantation Gardens: Translating an Ancient Idyll [C. Allan Brown]
  • Roots of a Regional Garden Tradition: The Drawings of the New Orleans Notarial Archives [Suzanne Turner]
  • On Public Landscape Design before the Civil War, 1830–1860 [James S. Ackerman]
  • Regionalism in Frederick Law Olmsted’s Social Thought and Landscape Design Practice [Charles E. Beveridge]
  • Regionalism and the Practice of Hanna/Olin, Ltd. [Laurie Olin]
  • Wilhelm Miller and The Prairie Spirit in Landscape Gardening [Christopher Vernon]
  • The Prairie Spirit in Landscape Gardening, University of Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station, Circular 184 (1915) [Wilhelm Miller]
  • Index
  • Contributors

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