1 folder+ 12 safety film negatives; 2 photographic prints
Mixed archival materials
United States of America, Connecticut, Fairfield County, Norwalk
Raymond Garden (Norwalk, Connecticut)
This visually striking site was designed by landscape architect Friede Stege. It featured stone walls and stairs, sculpture, and a Japanese garden including bamboo fencing, a torii gate, and raked gravel. It was situated along Long Island Sound, an area often photographed by Molly Adams, in the Wilson Point section of Norwalk, Connecticut.
Persons associated with the garden include Friede Stege (landscape architect, ca. 1955) and Mr. and Mrs. James Raymond (former owners, ca. 1957).
The folder includes worksheets and a photocopied page from an article with a photograph of the garden.
Garden has been featured in "Gardener's Year," House and Garden, February 1957