Elizabeth Barlow Rogers

Elizabeth Barlow Rogers (born 1936) is an environmentalist, landscape preservationist, author of numerous books and essays, and a former park administrator. Her most notable achievement was her role in the revitalization of New York City's Central Park in the 1980s and 1990s. In 1980, Rogers helped found the Central Park Conservancy, a not-for-profit corporation formed to organize private sector support for the restoration and renewed management of the park. She served as the Conservancy's first president from its founding until 1995. Provided by Wikipedia
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    The forests and wetlands of New York City / by Rogers, Elizabeth Barlow, 1936-

    Published 1971
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    Frederick Law Olmsted's New York / by Rogers, Elizabeth Barlow, 1936-

    Published 1972
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    Romantic gardens : nature, art, and landscape design / by Rogers, Elizabeth Barlow, 1936-

    Published 2010
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    Landscape design : a cultural and architectural history / by Rogers, Elizabeth Barlow, 1936-

    Published 2001
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    Rebuilding Central Park : a management and restoration plan / by Rogers, Elizabeth Barlow, 1936-

    Published 1987
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    East Hampton : a history and guide / by Epstein, Jason

    Published 1985
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