Edward L. Daugherty Oral History
Edward Daugherty was the first and most important of a new generation of practitioners in the southeast following World War II.
His six decade career ranges from small gardens and estates to colleges, cultural institutions, religious properties, and environmentally sensitive large developments. In this interview, Daugherty reflects on his life, the city of Atlanta, his career, and such notable projects as Georgia's Governor's mansion.
Oral History Framework
Video Clips are divided into three categories: BIOGRAPHY, DESIGN, and PROJECTS.
Each clip is between 1 and 9 minutes long.
Interview: Edward Daugherty was interviewed in June, 2007 by Charles A. Birnbaum, FASLA, FAAR with Spencer Tunnell, ASLA, in and around Atlanta.
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