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United States landscape architect primarily responsible for the design of Central Park in New York City (1822-1903)

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In 1931, the North Olmsted Municipal Bus Line was formed following the failure of the Cleveland-Southwestern Railway.
At the end of its brief tour the various landscape elements were replanted in Central Park, so a small piece of Smithson is now physically and symbolically merged forever with Olmsted.
The City of San Francisco commissioned Olmsted to develop a citywide plan for parks in 1865.
Still, the Olmsted landscape and street standard influenced suburban development across the city and nation.
When I was six years old, my dad was transferred back to Olmsted, where we lived in a government housing project called Pineford Acres.
Just witnessing Elmore with the rifles, that's enough for an arrest,'' Olmsted said.
McLaughlin, professor emeritus of history at American University and the founding editor of The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted.
The Olmsted Scholarship is a fantastic but perhaps little known opportunity for Army officers.
Music Librarian Elizabeth Olmsted passed away on 19 November 2001 in Bowling Green, Kentucky, where she had resided with her daughter's family since January.
Eleanor Minus, former director of Camp Olmsted in New York, active in ACA's African Americans in Camping.
John Hildebrand's sympathetic portrayal of the rural residents of Olmsted County, Minnesota ["The Appraisal," November 2001], is admirable creative writing, but it hides the truth.
Frederick Law Olmsted had a lot to do with changing that.
Frederick Law Olmsted, the designer of Central Park and many other public spaces, left an unmistakable imprint on the American landscape.
While capably telling this story, Olmsted challenges three popular myths about the 1970s.
The team, led by Dr Peter Olmsted of Leeds University, is trying to find out why everyday substances including shaving foam, skin cream and bread dough - if left - change consistency.