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Untitled Garden [slide]

Landscape Architect:
Schwageral, E. O
Landscape Designer:
Brown, George
Roberts, Ebeneezer R
Architect:
Rasmussen & Hobbs
Creator:
City Of Tacoma
Metropolitan Park Of Tacoma
Wright Park
Provenance:
Seymour, William W
Physical description:
1 slide: col
Type:
Projected media
Place:
United States of America, Washington, Pierce County, Tacoma
Washington (State)
Tacoma
Date:
1990
Notes:
"Wright Park, a 27-acre park near downtown Tacoma, was donated to the City in 1886 by the Tacoma Land Company, and named after its president, Charles B. Wright. This deeded property, in 1873, was the focal point in an unused plan for the residential portions of the city, developed by Frederick Law Olmsted." "In 1907, William W. Seymor donated money to fund the building of the conservatory in Wright Park." Sculpture "Trilogy" by Larry Anderson.
Topic:
Autumn
Ponds
Sculpture
Rocks
Ducks
Boys
Playgrounds
Outdoor furniture
Children
Benches
Local number:
WA008003
Data Source:
Archives of American Gardens

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