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Louise Klein Miller

Louise Klein Miller, American landscape architect. Awarded degree of Doctor of Indian Philosophy.

Background

  • Miller, Louise Klein was born on August 7, 1854 in near Centerville, Ohio, United States. Daughter of William and Ann (Cline) Miller.

  • Education

    • Graduate High school and Dayton Normal School. Graduate Cook County Normal School, Chicago, 1893. Studied agr.

    Career

    • Began as teacher, Dayton. Was supervisor nature study, E. Saginaw, Michigan, and Detroit. Teacher School of Agriculture and Horticulture, Briar Cliff, New York.

      Dean Lowthorpe Society of Horticulture and Landscape Gardening for Women, Groton, Massachusetts. Curator of school gardens, Cleveland, March 1904, also Memorial Garden. Was landscape architect Board of Education, Cleveland, now at Blossom Hill School.

    Works

    • Author: Children’s Gardens, 1904. Philosophy of Gardening. As I Did It
    • As I See It.

      Why Grow Old. Advisory editor of “Your Garden” (magazine).

    Religion

    Denomination: Unitarian

    Membership

    Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Geography Society. Member School Gardening Association America, Astronomical Society, Woman’s Aeronautical Association (honorary life), American Pen Women (honorary life), Women’s National League of Justice to the Indians (trustee), American Forestry Association, Iowa State Audubon Society (honorary), Cleveland Bird. Member at large Indian Association of America, Inc.

    (totem Blue Bird; Clubs: Garden.

    Connections

    • father: William Miller
    • mother: Ann (Cline) Miller
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    Born August 7, 1854
    Died October 24, 1943
    (aged 89)
    Nationality

    Award