Mr Banks is the supervisory park ranger at Fairsted, the Olmsted home and design office that is now the Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site and a contributor to WGBH’s special program “Olmsted and America’s Urban Parks.’’ Mr Banks’ talk will begin at approximately 1 pm.
Please register for the Tea and Speaker by calling the library at 781-596-8867 or going to the Speaker registration link.
After our tour of the area, we will return to the library for a Tea, catered by local chef Josyane Dumser. Please register for the Walk by calling the library at 781-596-8867.
After the Walk and Tea we will have speaker Alan Banks share his considerable knowledge of Frederick Law Olmsted.
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In 1888, at the request of the Swampscott Land Trust, the 130-acre estate which belonged to E.
Redington Mudge was mapped out by Fredrick Law Olmsted, Father of Landscape Architecture.
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