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There just aren't many landscapes designed by James Rose -- one of the 20th century's premier landscape architects -- that are out there to visit.
BUT ... as reported by The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF), Texwipe, in Upper Saddle River, NJ, has now been restored by EarthCam. Read the entire story on TCLF's website, here.
Jane Berger on September 25, 2018 in Announcements, Design, Historic Landscapes & Preservation | Permalink
EarthCam, James Rose Center, landscape architecture, TCLF
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