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02DesignReview - I have a dream that one day this nation...

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“Kindred Spirits” Asher B. Durand - 1849 Painted as a tribute to the artist’s two friends the painter Thomas Cole who died the previous year and the poet William Cullen Bryant who promoted the idea of a Central Park in New York City. The two are standing upon a wilderness ledge above Kaaterskill Cove in the Catskills, New York - Appalachian Plateau.
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Central Park - New York City Calvert Vaux “Greensward Plan” for Central Park 1858 Frederick Law Olmsted
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Transverse Road Central Park, New York City The transverse roads are a part of the separation of circulation used by Olmsted. Central Park was designed as an integral part of the city. Traffic moved through Olmsted’s sunken roadways and overpasses without disturbing the thousands who use the Park. Manhattan Island with location of Central Park and showing the four transverse roads.
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Washington District of Columbia
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“March on Washington”
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Unformatted text preview: I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal, Aug. 28, 1963 The Mall Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. World Columbian Landscape Design by Frederick Law Olmsted Exposition Chicago, 1893 Union Station, Washington D.C. City Beautiful - White City Movement Make no little plans, they have no magic to stir mens blood. Architect Daniel Burnham Senator James McMillan - Landscape Architect: Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. Sculptor: Augustus Saint-Gaudens Meridian Hill Park Washington D.C. Crosby Arboretum, Master Plan Pine Savanna Crosby Arboretum Where the grass and the water are, there is the heart, the current, the meaning of the Everglades. The truth of the river is the grass. Marjorie Stoneman Douglas...
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