A Force of Nature: The Life and Work of Jens Jensen : a Collection of Essays
Jane L. Johnston
Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, 2002 - Landscape architects - 48 pages
Essays and historic photographs of the life and work of Jens Jensen, who was one of America's greatests landscape designers and conservationists. The book features plans and examples of Jensen's public and private gardens. Chicago's Doublas, Garfield and Humboldt Parks, Lincoln Memorial Garden, numerous private estates.
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Friend of our Native Landscape
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acres Alfred Caldwell Ann Nathan architects artists artworks Bachrach beautiful Caldwell's Carol Doty Chicago Park District Chicago River Clearing Columbus Park conservation efforts council rings Dennis Domer District Special Collections Door County Ellison Bay Frank Lloyd Wright Friends Garfield Park Garfield Park Conservatory Greater West Park green greenway Grese Hopkins University Press Hugh M.G. Garden Humboldt Park Illinois inspiration Jens Jensen Collection Jens Jensen Legacy Jensen and Wright Jensen created Jensen Legacy Project Jensen wanted Jensen's contributions Jensen's plan Johns Hopkins University Landscape Architecture landscape design Lincoln Memorial Garden Lloyd Wright Archives Lois Weisberg Maker of Natural masque Midwestern Landscape Morton Arboretum Municipal Art League N.D. The Morton Native Landscape native plants naturalistic neighborhood parks open space OUTDOOR ART EXHIBIT outdoor exhibit Park District Special Prairie Club prairie river Prairie School Landscape Prairie style Ralph Fletcher Seymour region Scottsdale social reform Taliesin West Park Commission West Park System Wisconsin