Thu, Feb 10, 2022
2:00 PM- 3:00 PM
In 1929, Elizabeth Lord & Edith Schryver, two young women from opposite sides of the United States, traveled to Salem, OR, and formed the first landscape architecture firm founded by women in the Pacific Northwest. Their complementary talents and strong social network assured their success during the economic development of the region. They were consummate professionals who designed for a series of private clients and public institutions, as well as volunteering their time to enhance and secure the public landscapes of Oregon.
The Northwest Gardens of Lord & Schryver, by Valencia Libby, was published in November 2021 by Oregon State University Press, in cooperation with the Lord & Schryver Conservancy. Join us for this webinar, as the author discusses her new book.
DATE AND TIME
Thursday, February 10, 2022
2:00 p.m. Eastern
Live on Zoom
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About the author
Valencia Libby gardens & lectures in Blue Hill, ME. She was an associate professor of landscape architecture & horticulture at Temple University, in Philadelphia, PA. In 2004, she served as the Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Landscape History to Portugal. She has authored many articles on landscape preservation and women's history.