Taylor, Albert Davis

Taylor, Albert Davis

(1883–1951) landscape architect; born in Carlisle, Mass. Trained by Warren Manning, he opened a firm in Cleveland, Ohio (1916–51), drafting plans that combined naturalistic parks with formal gardens near buildings for clients like the Pentagon and Forest Hill Park in Cleveland.
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