Fairsted, once the home and offices of Frederick Law Olmsted, is now the Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site and contains the Olmsted Archives.

Friends of Fairsted is now accepting applications for the Charles E. Beveridge 2024 Research Fellowship. This year, the fellowship, which encourages new Olmsted scholarship, will explore the themes of environmental resiliency, climate change mitigation and landscape integrity. This research may relate to a single project or a group of projects in a particular category (residential, public parks, institutional, academic campuses, etc.), time period or locale. 

The Redwood National and State Parks along the coast of northern California by Carol Highsmith, 2012. Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. This image relates to Olmsted Firm Job #1809 Save the Redwoods League, Job #8072 California State Park Commission. 

Named in honor of Charles E. Beveridge, the Beveridge Fellowship seeks to connect students and professionals engaged in art or architectural history, landscape architecture, architecture, urban planning, historic preservation, engineering, American studies or related disciplines with the archival collections (Olmsted Archives) of Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site

Application details, including directions on how to apply and use the online application portal, can be found here. Applications are due by April 1. 

Map of the City of Dayton, Ohio showing flooded district, 1910. Job #3280 Dayton, Ohio Parks. Plan #3280-z4 courtesy NPS, Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site.