✺ 1918 OLMSTED BROTHERS | Malden Hospital Study of Approaches
After the untimely death of partner and protege Charles Eliot in 1897, John Charles Olmsted and Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. continued their work as the Olmsted Brothers, maintaining the practice their father Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr. had established in Brookline, Mass. Given their history and familiarity with the work at Fellsmere Park, the Middlesex Fells and the historic Parkway system, they were a natural choice in creating revised, additional roadways and grading plans at Malden Hospital in the early 20th century. Thank you Olmsted Brothers.
This 11 x 17" reproduction print is complemented by a white-washed, antiqued, deep navy frame approximately 2.5" in width.
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1918 Malden Hospital Study of Approaches by The Olmsted Brothers, Job No. 1719. Courtesy of the U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site.