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Springside, Poughkeepsie, NY | The only Andrew Jackson Downing landscape still essentially intact, Springside was the 45-acre ornamental farm and summer estate of Matthew Vassar, the founder of Vassar College. http://tclf.org/landscapes/springside

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Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Garden, Purchase, NY | Edward Durrell Stone, Jr. was originally commissioned to design the sculpture garden for the PepsiCo headquarters 144-acre site in the 1960s. In 1981 British landscape architect Russell Page began a five year process of redesigning the grounds. His plan utilized carefully selected sculpture to organize the composition and spatial relationships of the plantings. http://tclf.org/landscapes/donald-m-kendall-sculpture-garden-pepsico

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John F. Collins Park | After visiting Manhattan’s Paley Park, philanthropist Dorothy Haas proposed the creation of this Philadelphia park which opened in June 1979 as the city’s first pocket park. Designed by John Francis Collins, the park references the region’s native landscape and indigenous people. http://tclf.org/landscapes/john-f-collins-park Check out our free tours of this park and others during WOT Weekend Philadelphia, May 18/19, 2013…

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Cranbrook House | In 1904, newspaper magnate George Booth purchased this 174-acre farmstead northwest of Detroit, which he named Cranbrook after his ancestral English home. Working with landscape gardener H. J. Corfield and landscape architect O.C. Simonds he transformed the grounds to include a man-made lake, woodlands, and over 40-acres of gardens. Learn more at http://tclf.org/landscapes/cranbrook-house-and-gardens