Fitzgerald Park

A simple fountain is the focal point of a small park commemorating F. Scott and Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, icons of the Jazz Age who played their larger-than-life role on a lavish scale and on an international stage. Zelda was neither understated nor conventional. Zelda quotations inscribed on twelve granite pavers accurately capture her wit and [...]

By |2019-03-26T13:34:20+00:00January 8th, 2018|0 Comments

Milo Howard Park

The Old South Historical Society dedicated this park to Milo Barnett Howard Jr. (1933-81), a state archivist and a highly respected historian, who lived in a house overlooking the park. A fountain has long been the centerpiece of this triangular park, Old Cloverdale's smallest. The original fountain, which was surmounted by the figure of a [...]

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LeGrand Park

This triangular park is formed by the intersection of Norman Bridge Road, Fairview Avenue, and LeGrand Place. It is a gateway park for four historic neighborhoods: the Garden District, Cloverdale-Idlewild, Lower Hull Street, and Old Cloverdale. The park is named for M. P. LeGrand Jr., one of the original principals of the South Montgomery Land [...]

By |2019-03-26T13:34:42+00:00January 8th, 2018|0 Comments

Mary Ann Neeley Park

This triangular park is formed by the intersection of College Street, Magnolia Curve, and Westmoreland Avenue. It features a tiered fountain set on a base of brick repurposed from nearby Huntingdon College's historic Massey Hall. The surrounding plaza and path are also constructed of Massey Hall brick. The new fountain plaza was dedicated in 2014 [...]

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