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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

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

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

Pioneers Park, Lincoln, NE | Located just outside Lincoln, Nebraska, this 668-acre park celebrates the prairie pioneers. The Beaux Arts eastern 80 acres of the park feature conifer-lined allées framing interior vistas and views to the Nebraska State Capitol Building, passive recreation areas, and naturalistic ponds. The remaining, less formal parkland includes a picnic area, zoo, recreational trails, winding roads and paths, and sculptural focal elements.

Pioneers Park, Lincoln, NE | Located just outside Lincoln, Nebraska, this 668-acre park celebrates the prairie pioneers. The Beaux Arts eastern 80 acres of the park feature conifer-lined allées framing interior vistas and views to the Nebraska State Capitol Building, passive recreation areas, and naturalistic ponds. The remaining, less formal parkland includes a picnic area, zoo, recreational trails, winding roads and paths, and sculptural focal elements.

Montpelier, Orange, VA | Built in 1763 on 4,500 acres of gently-rolling, wooded land, James Madison’s Montpelier was a working plantation with a formal landscape centered on a Federalist style mansion. In 1901, Montpelier was bought by industrialist William duPont, who expanded the mansion and altered the landscape adding a circular drive, double rows of boxwood, exotic trees, ornamental shrubs, planting beds and a Colonial Revival-style garden. https://tclf.org/landscapes/montpelier

Montpelier, Orange, VA | Built in 1763 on 4,500 acres of gently-rolling, wooded land, James Madison’s Montpelier was a working plantation with a formal landscape centered on a Federalist style mansion. In 1901, Montpelier was bought by industrialist William duPont, who expanded the mansion and altered the landscape adding a circular drive, double rows of boxwood, exotic trees, ornamental shrubs, planting beds and a Colonial Revival-style garden. https://tclf.org/landscapes/montpelier

PHS Meadowbrook Farm, Meadowbrook, PA | This 25-acre farm and commercial nursery occupies the core of the former 150-acre estate of florist J. Liddon Pennock, Jr. Over the course of five decades, Pennock created 15 intimate formal gardens that featured topiary, statuary, garden ornaments, pavilions, reflecting pools, and fountains. https://tclf.org/landscapes/phs-meadowbrook-farm

PHS Meadowbrook Farm, Meadowbrook, PA | This 25-acre farm and commercial nursery occupies the core of the former 150-acre estate of florist J. Liddon Pennock, Jr. Over the course of five decades, Pennock created 15 intimate formal gardens that featured topiary, statuary, garden ornaments, pavilions, reflecting pools, and fountains. https://tclf.org/landscapes/phs-meadowbrook-farm

The house sits amid 200 acres of formal gardens, woodlands, lakes and ponds. Guided tours are offered, and the estate hosts special events, including concerts and school programs.

The house sits amid 200 acres of formal gardens, woodlands, lakes and ponds. Guided tours are offered, and the estate hosts special events, including concerts and school programs.

University of Chicago, IL | Founded in 1890, the historic center of this 211-acre campus was built on a 3-block parcel in Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood. Numerous architects and landscape architects have influenced the campus design since the school's founding, including Henry Ives Cobb, O.C. Simonds, John Charles Olmsted, Beatrix Farrand, Eero Saarinen and Daniel Urban Kiley. http://www.tclf.org/landscapes/university-chicago

University of Chicago, IL | Founded in 1890, the historic center of this 211-acre campus was built on a 3-block parcel in Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood. Numerous architects and landscape architects have influenced the campus design since the school's founding, including Henry Ives Cobb, O.C. Simonds, John Charles Olmsted, Beatrix Farrand, Eero Saarinen and Daniel Urban Kiley. http://www.tclf.org/landscapes/university-chicago

The Breakers | Cornelius Vanderbilt II’s Newport, Rhode Island, Beaux Arts estate was designed by architect Richard Morris Hunt, landscape gardener and engineer Ernest Bowditch, forester James Bowditch, and the head Vanderbilt gardener, Robert Laurie. The 13-acre property was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1995. http://tclf.org/landscapes/breakers

The Breakers | Cornelius Vanderbilt II’s Newport, Rhode Island, Beaux Arts estate was designed by architect Richard Morris Hunt, landscape gardener and engineer Ernest Bowditch, forester James Bowditch, and the head Vanderbilt gardener, Robert Laurie. The 13-acre property was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1995. http://tclf.org/landscapes/breakers

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