Marjorie Sewell Cautley’s impact on the field of architecture is undeniable. She was the first woman landscape atheist to design state parks, plan the landscape for a public housing project, and teach in a university planning department. Allaback’s new biography highlights the life and work of the remarkable architect whose environmentally sensitive design practices continue to influence the field today. Majorie Sewell Cautley (Library of American Landscape HIstory) presents readers with the history of an exceptionally creative woman.