Campus plan (Calvert Vaux)
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Most of the features of the Vaux landscape design have been changed or removed due to later developments, particularly those of the Olmsted plant which supplanted it. The entry at the corner of Yarrow and N. Merion Avenues remains a key entrance to the historic core of the campus.
The Vaux landscape is significant as the work of a major American designer whose work has been relatively under-rated in contrast to his more famous former partner, F. L. Olmsted.