Alan Banks of the Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site explores Olmsted’s impressive body of work in Massachusetts, highlighting his close personal and professional relationship with architect H.H. Richardson. Stonehurst and the six-mile Emerald Necklace of ponds, parks and parkways that winds its way through Boston are two of the most notable landscapes in the hundreds created by Olmsted and his firm in Massachusetts.
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Earlier Event: June 14I Now Pronounce You Lucy Stone: A Tribute to Suffragists
Later Event: October 10A Gothic Horror Radio Show: Hurst of Hurstcote