George Byron Moulder (1869-1959)
Published May 9, 2011
Submitted by nslade on May 9, 2011
George Moulder was born in Warren County Kentucky. He spent many years working in Nashville, Tennessee, and was connected to The Hermitage and Centennial Park. The Hermitage is the 1120-acre Nashville plantation home of President Andrew Jackson. The gardens have been redesigned many times. A drawing signed by Moulder indicates his involvement. In 1917, Moulder was hired by the park board as a horticulturist for the creation of Centennial Park. Additionally in 1930, he authored a book The Parthenon at Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A., a history of the Nashville pavilion at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition.
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