O C Simonds

Ossian Cole Simonds

  • American

Architect - AsNotedIn


Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Landscape Architect Washington Park Springfield
Architect Library Park Kenosha
Architect Lincoln Park Chicago
Architect Tenney Park-Yahara River Parkway Madison
Architect Lake Forest Cemetery Lake Forest
Architect Riverview Park Hannibal
Architect Cummer Gardens Jacksonville
1855/00/00 Ossian Cole Simonds is born in a log cabin on a farm and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Born
1894/00/00 Opened Landscape Architect Chicago Golf Course Wheaton
1899/00/00 OC Simonds lays out the rural cemetery and designs a plan for plantings on Sharon Cemetery, but it is unclear how closely the plan was followed. Landscape Architect Sharon Cemetery Historic District Farmington
1906/00/00 OC Simonds prepares a plan for the new botanical garden and arboretum, a joint project between University and City of Ann Arbor, combining a gift of 80 acres from the Walter and Esther Nichols family together with the Woodmansee and Mummery. Landscape Architect Nichols Arboretum Ann Arbor
1907/00/00 Financed by Z G Simmons, Henry M Simmons Memorial Church is built according to the design of N Max Dunning. Landscape Architect Boys and Girls Library Kenosha
1922/00/00 U of M Regents appropriate $2,000 to establish the Peony Garden at the Nichols Arboretum for planting a large collection of herbaceous peonies donated by Dr W E Upjohn, a medical doctor, founder and president of The Upjohn Pharmaceutical Company. Landscape Architect Nichols Arboretum Ann Arbor
1931/00/00 Ossian Cole Simonds dies in 1931. Died
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