THE PAPERS OF FREDERICK LAW OLMSTED, VOLUME VII: Parks, Politics, and Patronage 1874-1882
This edition presents the record of Frederick Law Olmsted's last years of residence in New York City. It includes reports on the design of Riverside and Morning side parks and Thompkins Square in Manhattan, as well as his comprehensive plans for the street system and rapid transit routes of the Bronx, and more. Photos.
Publisher: Johns Hopkins
Item #: 1957716
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