Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Landscape Architect Beacon Street Historic District Brookline, MA
Architect University of Washington, Seattle Seattle
Architect Wadsworth Estate Historic District Middletown
Architect Rock Creek Park Historic District Washington, DC
Architect Seneca Park East and West City of Rochester
1851/00/00 16 Warren St, built 1851-52, architect unknown. John Charles Olmsted lives here from 1899 to 1918, a short walk away from his office at 99 Warren St. Home Brookline Town Green Historic District Brookline, MA
1883/00/00 12 Fairmount St, a two-and-a-half-story shingled cottage is designed for the Clark sisters as their new residence after selling the Fairsted property to the Olmsted family. Sited at the rear of the property, it overlooks their former home. Architect Brookline Town Green Historic District Brookline, MA
1897/00/00 Greater Memphis Movement hires John Olmsted to provide initial designs, he designs an alignment for the parkway to connect Wilderberger Farm (Riverside Park) to Lea's Woods (Overton Park), 1897-1900 Landscape Architect Memphis Parkway System Memphis, TN
1902/08/00 Before the Essex County Park Commission agrees to accept insurance executive Charles W Anderson's land donation, John C Olmsted visits the proposed site for Newark Park. It became part of the pioneering Essex County Park Commission system in 1903. Landscape Architect Anderson Park Montclair
1916/00/00 A Scotish manor house, designed by D E Lawrence, is built for Peter and Laurie Kerr, the building was sighted John Olmsted Landscape Architect Elk Rock Gardens of the Bishop's Close Dunthorpe
1918/00/00 222 Warren St, John Charles Olmsted buys Cliffside as his personal residence in 1918 and lives here until his death in 1920. Home Green Hill Historic District Brookline, MA
1924/00/00 Began design of about 70 acres of Cedar Brook Park Architect Cedar Brook Park Plainfield
1924/00/00 Began design of about 70 acres of Cedar Brook Park Architect Cedar Brook Park Borough of South Plainfield
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