Plan of a village adapted to the requirements of the industrial college of the state of Maine; accommodated to existing houses and rights of way, and with an adjustment of the present High Road passing through the Property of the College on Stillwater River. Olmsted, Vaux & Co., landscape architects, May 1st, 1867. The map includes three scales and profiles of the landscape. A compass indicates the orientation to north. Map scale: 1:1,200. Map size: 83 x 119 cm
Frederick L. Olmsted (1822-1903) is considered to the father of American landscape architecture and protégé of British-American architect, Calvert Vaux (1824-1895). Olmsted and Vaux are famous for co-designing a number of urban parks including Central Park in New York and Golden Gate Park in San Francisco.
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Olmstead, Vaux, Co.
United States History
Olmsted, Frederick Law and Vaux, Calvert, "Plan of a Village Adapted to the Requirements of the Industrial College of the State of Maine" (1867). Maine Bicentennial. 26.