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Meet Frederick Law Olmsted

Frederick Law Olmsted (1822-1903) is considered to be the father of landscape architecture. He was an American landscape architect, journalist, social critic, and public administrator.

Published Works

Frederick Law Olmsted
Plans and Views of Communities and Private Estates

edited by Charles E. Beveridge, Lauren Meier, and Irene Mills

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Frederick Law Olmsted
Plans and Views of Public Parks

edited by Charles E. Beveridge, Lauren Meier, and Irene Mills

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The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted
The Last Great Projects, 1890–1895

Frederick Law Olmsted
edited by David Schuyler, Gregory Kaliss, and Jeffrey Schlossberg

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Volume 9
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The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted
The Early Boston Years, 1882–1890

edited by Ethan Carr, Amanda Gagel, and Michael Shapiro

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Volume 8
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The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted
Parks, Politics, and Patronage, 1874–1882

edited by Charles E. Beveridge, Carolyn F. Hoffman, and Kenneth Hawkins. Tina Hummel, Assistant Editor

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Volume 7
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The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted
Writings on Public Parks, Parkways, and Park Systems

edited by Charles E. Beveridge and Carolyn F. Hoffman

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Volume 1
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The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted
The Years of Olmsted, Vaux & Co., 1865–1874

edited by David Schuyler and Jane Turner Censer

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Volume 6
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The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted
Slavery and the South, 1852–1857

edited by Charles E. Beveridge and Charles Capen McLaughlin

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Volume 2
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The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted
The Formative Years, 1822–1852

edited by Charles Capen McLaughlin

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Volume 1
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