Steven Keylon

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Steven Keylon

Steven Keylon
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Jun 17, 2013
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Landscape historian Steven Keylon lives in Palm Springs, California, and writes and lectures about Southern California’s cultural landscapes. He is editor of Eden, the Journal of the California Garden & Landscape History Society. He also serves as vice-president of the Palm Springs Preservation Foundation and is on the boards of DocomomoUS/SoCal and Beverly Hills Heritage. He has written two books, The Design of Herbert W. Burns, and The Modern Architecture of Hugh Michael Kaptur. His essays on landscape architects Fred Barlow, Jr. and Tommy Tomson are featured in Shaping the Postwar Landscape, edited by Charles Birnbaum and Scott Craver. He was co-author of the Cultural Landscape Reports for Baldwin Hills Village (Village Green) with Holly Kane and Tina Bishop, and is co-author of the Historic Context Statement for the Garden Apartments of Los Angeles with Katie Horak of Architectural Resources Group.