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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

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

Oldfields, Indianapolis, IN | Currently owned by the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Oldfields landscape includes gardens and grounds, designed by Percival Gallagher, Anne Bruce Haldeman and Sasaki Associates. The estate was made a National Historic Landmark in 2003. http://www.tclf.org/landscapes/oldfields

Oldfields, Indianapolis, IN | Currently owned by the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Oldfields landscape includes gardens and grounds, designed by Percival Gallagher, Anne Bruce Haldeman and Sasaki Associates. The estate was made a National Historic Landmark in 2003. http://www.tclf.org/landscapes/oldfields

Rue de Jacob  Paris

Rue de Jacob Paris

Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington, DC | Designed as a sequence of four garden rooms by landscape architect Lawrence Halprin, the memorial presents a narrative recounting the four terms of Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s presidency. Stone is used to express the fracture and upheaval of the times and water, in the form of cascades, waterfalls, and pools, is used as a metaphorical component, with the volume and complexity escalating as the narrative progresses.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington, DC | Designed as a sequence of four garden rooms by landscape architect Lawrence Halprin, the memorial presents a narrative recounting the four terms of Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s presidency. Stone is used to express the fracture and upheaval of the times and water, in the form of cascades, waterfalls, and pools, is used as a metaphorical component, with the volume and complexity escalating as the narrative progresses.

Avondale Park Garden Theatre, Birmingham, AL | Part of a municipal works program intended to employ locals during the onset of the Great Depression this open-air amphitheater was designed by landscape architect Rubee Pearse on the north side of Park Mountain. The gently sloping theater is enclosed and buttressed by native sandstone retaining walls and encircled by low stone risers and grass covered steps that provide seating. http://tclf.org/landscapes/avondale-park-garden-theatre

Avondale Park Garden Theatre, Birmingham, AL | Part of a municipal works program intended to employ locals during the onset of the Great Depression this open-air amphitheater was designed by landscape architect Rubee Pearse on the north side of Park Mountain. The gently sloping theater is enclosed and buttressed by native sandstone retaining walls and encircled by low stone risers and grass covered steps that provide seating. http://tclf.org/landscapes/avondale-park-garden-theatre

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

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

Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Winston, Salem, NC | Philadelphia landscape architect Thomas Sears' design for the 4-acre formal gardens at Reynolda House in Winston-Salem, NC included a sunken Greenhouse garden designed as four geometric parterres in a cross plan, devoted to roses and perennials. http://tclf.org/landscapes/reynolda-house-museum-american-art

Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Winston, Salem, NC | Philadelphia landscape architect Thomas Sears' design for the 4-acre formal gardens at Reynolda House in Winston-Salem, NC included a sunken Greenhouse garden designed as four geometric parterres in a cross plan, devoted to roses and perennials. http://tclf.org/landscapes/reynolda-house-museum-american-art

Dia: Beacon landscape designed by Robert Irwin.

Dia: Beacon landscape designed by Robert Irwin.

Roseland Cottage, Woodstock

Roseland Cottage, Woodstock

Woodlawn Cemetery | On 400 acres of undulating topography overlooking the Bronx River this cemetery is noted for its almost 1300 private mausolea, many designed by notable American architects, including McKim Mead & White, John Russell Pope, Edwin Lutyens and Carrére and Hastings, with plots designed by Olmsted Brothers, Beatrix Farrand, and Ellen Shipman.  Learn more at http://tclf.org/landscapes/woodlawn-cemetery-bronx

Woodlawn Cemetery | On 400 acres of undulating topography overlooking the Bronx River this cemetery is noted for its almost 1300 private mausolea, many designed by notable American architects, including McKim Mead & White, John Russell Pope, Edwin Lutyens and Carrére and Hastings, with plots designed by Olmsted Brothers, Beatrix Farrand, and Ellen Shipman. Learn more at http://tclf.org/landscapes/woodlawn-cemetery-bronx

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