Philip N. Winslow Collection (026), Architect, 1941-1989
After graduating from Harvard University, Phillip Winslow went on to earn graduate degrees in Architecture (1965) and Landscape Architecture (1967) from the University of Pennsylvania. Winslow worked for several small consulting firms including Edward D. Stone Jr. and Associates and Clark and Rapuano, Inc. until 1975 when he formed his own practice Philip N. Winslow ASLA. Winslow played a large role in the restoration of Central Park in the 1980’s, and his “The Historic Landscape Report for the Ramble” (1978) was one of the first historic landscape reports prepared for the state of New York.
The collection contains materials related to Winslow's work in the restoration of Central Park as well as architectural drawings for his residential commissions.