The Cultural Landscape Foundation would like to thank the many people who contributed to making the Nicholas Quennell Oral History a reality.
A project such as this comes to life through the efforts of many individuals and organizations. Thank you to Nicholas Quennell and Grace Tankersley for their friendship, good humor and for making time in their busy schedules. They and the staff at Quennell Rothschild & Partners were extremely helpful in providing exceptional access to the firm’s records including hundreds of photographs; special thanks goes to Andy Moore for helping with the logistics of the location videography and providing insights and guidance about the firm’s photographs. Additional thanks goes to: The Wildlife Conservation Society for providing access to the Central Park Children’s Zoo; Richard Moylan, Jeffrey Richman and the staff at Green-Wood Cemetery for providing all of the historic James Smillie prints and the matched historic and contemporary photography; Milestone Films and Video for graciously allowing us to use footage from Shirley Clarke’s short film Bridges-Go-Round; Trinity College for images of their historic campus; and Elizabeth Christopher at the American Archives of Art for giving priority to our requests. We are especially grateful to the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), our Annual Sponsor for their continued support.
There were many generous Sponsors: Eleanor and Charlton Ames; Suzanne and Rich Clary; Leslie Rose Close; Steven Kossak; Quennell Rothschild & Partners, LLP; The Rifkind Family Foundation; and Tillett Lighting Design, Inc. Supporting Sponsors include: American Society of Landscape Architects - New York Chapter; Balmori Associates; Mac K. Griswold; The J.M. Kaplan Fund; Barbara Kruger; Arleyn and Newt Levee; The Robert and Joyce Menschel Family Foundation; and Grace Tankersley and Nicholas Quennell.
Photographs, prints, and drawings reproduced courtesy of the following individuals and institutions:
Alice Aycock; Charles A. Birnbaum; Eddie Crimmons; Barrett Doherty; Tom Fox; Carl Glassman / Tribeca Trib.; Green-Wood Cemetery; Russell Hart; Tony Kirman; Kristine Larsen; W.F. Mainland; Herbert Maruska; Peter Mauss courtesy Etto; Bette Midler; Milestone Films and Video; Sara Cedar Miller; Andrew Moore; Nicholas Quennell; Quennell Rothschild & Partners; Jeffrey Richman; Elizabeth Barlow Rogers; Alison Shipley; Christopher Skory; Henry Smith-Miller; Sarah Stierch; Grace Tankersley; Tupper Thomas; Trinity College; and Robert Wash.
Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institute
Dwan Gallery. Los Angeles Exhibition Files: Arena of Love 1965 January 1
Dwan Gallery. Los Angeles Exhibition Files: Dakota Daley and Nicholas Quennell 1965 March 16
Northeastern University Archives and Special Collections Department
Freedom House Collection. Ed Logue of the Boston Redevelopment Authority speaks from a podium at an event for Charlame II. Photo by James F. McDevitt.
Royal Institute of British Architects Collections
Jane Drew sketching Maxwell Fry. Photographer unknown.
Government College for Women, sector 11, Chandigarh. Photographer unknown
'51 Bar by night, Festival of Britain, South Bank, London, with statue of 'Youth' by Daphne Hardy Henrion. Photo by Millar & Harris.
Rutherford Comprehensive School for Boys, Penfold Street (and Bell Street), Marylebone, London. Photo by Bill Toomey.
Leonard Manasseh at his '51 Bar, Festival of Britain, South Bank, London. Photo by Reginald Hugo de Burgh Galwey.