Brookline, Massachusetts. Wrappers to Olmsted's drawings remain in the vault at his home. : Stock Photo
Brookline, Massachusetts. Wrappers to Olmsted's drawings remain in the vault at his home. : Stock Photo

Brookline, Massachusetts. Wrappers to Olmsted's drawings remain in the vault at his home.

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Protective wrappers that once held drawings 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. Frederick Law Olmsted was the maker of America's first great urban parks and founding father of landscape architecture.

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