• Map of Central Park, 1871. Olmsted & Vaux Landscape Architects. Plan #502-8. Courtesy NPS, Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site.

FELLOWSHIP
Beveridge Fellowship
2022 Call for Entries
Fellowship Recipients

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CHARLES E. BEVERIDGE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP

Charles BeveridgeThe Charles E. Beveridge Research Fellowship honors the eminent scholar, Series Editor of The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted, and devoted friend of Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site (Olmsted NHS) and its archives and collections. The Fellowship is intended to encourage the use of these archives and foster the continued development of Olmsted scholarship. Many of the Olmsted firm’s plans, drawings and photographs can be viewed online on the Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site Flickr page. The Olmsted Research Guide Online is a searchable database list of plans, drawings, and photographs found at Olmsted NHS as well as correspondence and reports held at the Library of Congress. Additional information on the Archives and collections at Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site can be found at the Olmsted NHS website.

2022 CHARLES E. BEVERIDGE FELLOWSHIP RECIPIENT

Annie Schentag, Buffalo, NY
Designs for ‘People Who Do Not Readily Intermingle:’ Deed Restrictions in the Olmsteds’ Residential Subdivisions. This study examines restrictive covenants in the Olmsted firm’s suburban subdivisions, implemented by Olmsted Sr. and then used with more explicit racial implications by Olmsted Jr. These deed restrictions regulated building requirements but also excluded specific racial, economic, and/or religious communities from these subdivisions. The extent to which these restrictions were made explicit, and precisely what they entailed, will be illuminated by archival research at the Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site.

RECIPIENTS OF BEVERIDGE FELLOWSHIP
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