Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden (Dallas, Tex.)
"This Dallas Arboretum Garden, originally called Paseo de Flores, or walkway of the flowers, takes its name from the linear quality of its walkways and ribbon-like floral beds. Seasonal changes of bulbs and annuals provide twelve month a year color. Spaces are formed by hedges of woody plants. The contemporary nature of the garden style and forms are a contrast to the historical, formal gardens surrounding the Paseo."
Persons associated with the property include: Everette and Nell DeGolyer (former owners from 1939 to 1961); Alex Camp (former owner from 1939 to 1980); Southern Methodist University (former owner from 1961 to 1977); City of Dallas (current owner from 1977 to present); Arthur and Marie Berger, CA (landscape architects in 1938 to 1940); Jones and Jones, Seattle, Washington (landscape architects, landscape architectural master plan in 1984); Luis Sergio Santana, Dallas, Texas (landscape architect in 1991); Paseo de Flores (original name of property).
The folder includes Archives of American Gardens information sheet, and color brochure.