1 folder+ 4 photographic prints; 11 safety film negatives
Mixed archival materials
United States of America, Connecticut, Litchfield County, Litchfield
Morrow Garden (Litchfield, Connecticut)
This garden featured design work by Nelva M. Weber. Working with a hilly, somewhat wooded site, Weber took advantage of the house front's southern exposure and the rear of the houses's protection from winter winds. A stone terrace provided an outdoor living area and was designed to preserve a large specimen tree in its center. Stone stairs, walls, and shrubs defined a lawn area.
Persons associated with the garden include: Frita Morrow (former owner); and Nelva M. Weber (landscape architect).
Images for AAG Garden #s ADM018 and ADM019, both unidentified gardens, were found on the same film strips as images for CT333.
The folder includes worksheets.
Garden has been featured in Nelva M. Weber, How to Plan Your Own Home Landscape (Indianapolis and New York: Bobbs-Merrill, 1976), p. 51