Edward Huntsman-Trout (1889-1974) was a landscape architect. He worked in Boston and Ohio before starting a practice under
his own name in Los Angeles. The collection consists primarily of blueprints and tissue designs as well as correspondence,
sketches, and photographs related to Huntsman-Trout's work.
Edward Huntsman-Trout was born in Ontario, Canada, on July 31, 1889; graduated, University of California at Berkeley, 1913;
attended Harvard School of Landscape Architecture, 1913-15; worked in the offices of Fletcher Steele, Boston, (1916), A.D.
Taylor of Cleveland, Ohio (1917-22), and Rodeo Land and Water Company, Los Angeles, before engaging in practice under his
own name; became a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), 1920; named an ASLA fellow, 1933; died,
1974.Edward Huntsman-Trout's career as a landscape architect spans the years 1932-1971. He was born in Ontario, Canada, on July
31, 1989, and following his graduation from the University of California in 1913, attended the Harvard University School of
Landscape Architecture from 1913 to 1915. Before engaging in the practice of landscape architecture under his own name, he
worked in the offices of Fletcher Steele, landscape architect, in Boston, 1916, and A.D. Taylor of cleveland, Ohio, 1917-22,
and was employed as a landscape designer for Rodeo Land and Water Company, Los Angeles.
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