The Cultural Landscape Foundation
Landscapes for Living: Post War Landscape Architecture in Georgia,  November 5, 2010 at the Atlanta History Center


Staci L. Catron

 Ms. Catron is Director of the Cherokee Garden Library, and is responsible for conservation, bibliographic development, and programming. She holds a B.A. in history and Latin from Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia; Primary Teacher Certification from the Association Montessori Internationale; and a Master of Heritage Preservation from Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia. Throughout her education and career, her research and writing have focused on women’s roles in society, particularly as environmentalists, writers, suffragists, labor advocates, educators, and landscape architects.

Ms. Catron has contributed to or served as curator for numerous exhibitions at the Atlanta History Center, including Pathways to the Past: Highlights from the Cherokee Garden Library Collection; Gone with the Girdle: Freedom, Restraint & Power in Women’s Dress; Women in Atlanta; and Edward L. Daugherty, A Southern Landscape Architect: Exploring New Forms. In 2005, she co-authored the award-winning book entitled Women in Atlanta (Arcadia Press, 2005, 2007).

Ms. Catron is a member of the Society of Georgia Archivists, Vice President of the Southern Garden History Society, a Committee Member for Historic Landscapes and Sites for the Garden Club of Georgia, and a member of the Council on Botanical and Horticultural Libraries.