Read more about the article Open Letter: Friends of Maryland’s Olmsted Parks & Landscapes supports the designation of the Olmsted Parkways
Excerpt from the map of the 1904 Olmsted Report.

Open Letter: Friends of Maryland’s Olmsted Parks & Landscapes supports the designation of the Olmsted Parkways

We are pleased to share this open letter in support of the designation of The Alameda, 33rd Street, and Gwynns Falls Parkway as local landmarks by the Commission for Historical…

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Read more about the article Explore Environmental History Lecture Series
View of the Anacostia River at the 11th Street Bridge, Navy Yard and Anacostia neighborhood. 1960.

Explore Environmental History Lecture Series

Explore Environmental History Lecture Series, Spring 2014 The success of last fall's Explore Environmental History series inspired us to bring you a new series this spring! Baltimore City Historical Society, Friends…

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Read more about the article Advancing the Olmsted Legacy— Parks and Open Spaces for a New Century
Ed Orser leading a tour of the Gwynns Falls Trail for students in the 2013 Odyssey course.

Advancing the Olmsted Legacy— Parks and Open Spaces for a New Century

Advancing the Olmsted Legacy— Parks and Open Spaces for a New Century The Olmsteds, designing for bikes since 1894? Sure enough, Ocean Parkway in Brooklyn claims that the bike lanes…

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