Frances V. McLeod Blue


General Information


Occupation: Landscape Architect

Date of Birth: January 01, 1914

Date of Death: January 01, 1992

Birth City: Toronto

Birth Country: Canada

Resident Country: Canada

Notes: one of Canada's first female landscape architects

Archive/Repository: University of Guelph Library, Archival and Special Collections, Center for Canadian Landscape Architecture Archives, the Frances McLeod Blue Collections

Sources: "Frances McLeod Blue, 1914-1992: A Biographical Sketch." University of Guelph. Center for Canadian Landscape Architecture Archives. http://www.lib.uoguelph.ca/resources/archival_&_special_collections/the_collections/digital_collections/ccla/fmb/aboutfmblue.htm


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Apprenticeships


Institution: Lorrie Grub

Notes: Blue received landscape architecture lessons from Grubb, who was Canada's first female landscape architect, having coming from England in 1911.


Awards


Name: Ontario Association of Landscape Architects' Distinguished Achievement Award

Description: for her contributions to the profession

Date Received: January 01, 1983


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Education


Institution: le College feminine de Beaumont, Paris


Institution: Lawthorpe School of Landscape Architecture, Groton, Massachusetts

End Date: January 01, 1937


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Professional Affiliations


Organization: Canadian Society of Landscape Architects

Role: Member, Elected to the College of Fellows in 1966

Start Date: January 01, 1938


Organization: Canadian Red Cross Society

Role: Volunteer


Publications By


Title: History of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects & Town Planners

Publication: unpublished manuscript

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Url: http://www.oala.on.ca/articles.aspx?catID=314&ID=3886


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