Garden History Spotlight: David Williston

David Williston, Image courtesy The Cultural Landscape Foundation.
A group photo of the Horticultural Lazy Club, informally known as “Bailey’s Boys” in the late 1890s. David Williston, standing fourth from left, was the first African-American student to join the club, organized by Liberty Hyde Bailey, far right. Image and text courtesy Cornell University.
Williston’s Site Plan for The Oaks, Tuskegee Institute Campus Image courtesy NPS/Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS AL-877), Library of Congress

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