Frederick Law Olmsted Plans

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Protective wrappers that once held drawings for America's grandest landscapes remain in the vault at Fairsted, Olmsted's home and studio in Brookline, Massachusetts. More than 140,000 plans are carefully preserved at this national historic site. <br />
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Frederick Law Olmsted (1822-1903) left a legacy of urban parks that changed America's landscape. He is recognized as he founder of American landscape architecture.
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