The original design of the cemetery was prepared in 1845 by John Notman; Howard Daniels was then hired to revise much of Notman's plan, and Adolph Strauch proposed further changes. Strauch's concept of open, rolling cemetery grounds --called the "landscape lawn plan"--became the stylish approach to cemetery design after 1855.
Keywords: complexes, United States, Ohio, Hamilton County, Submitted by Jane Amidon for LARCH 603: History of the Profession of Landscape Architecture.
Pregill, P., & Volkman, N. (1993). Landscapes in history: design and planning in the western tradition. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. p.398