By Jenna Sauber
Our In Transition series digs back in and brings you up to speed on the current status of historic places previously featured in Preservation magazine or the PreservationNation blog.
Gaiety Hollow is the home, garden, and office where Elizabeth Lord and Edith Schryver lived for more than 40 years.
In 2010, we featured a guest post about Elizabeth Lord and Edith Schryver, pioneering female landscape architects and lifelong partners who designed more than 250 private and public gardens in the Pacific Northwest from the 1930s into the 1970s.
The post’s author, Bobbie Dolp, is president of the board of the Lord & Schryver Conservancy in Salem, Oregon. She shared how the small nonprofit was working diligently to preserve not only the legacy of this dynamic duo, but also their personal home and gardens, known as Gaiety Hollow, which was still owned by the same family that had acquired it after Schryver’s death in 1984.... Read More →
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