Emanuel Mische

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Rose Garden at Peninsula Park. Taken in late summer, 2010, by kite

Emanuel Tillman Mische (1870-1934) was a landscape architect in Portland.

Mische worked and trained with the leading landscape architects in the county, the Olmsteds, for eight years before coming to work for the city of Portland in 1908 as Park Superintendent. He designed many of the city's iconic green spaces on the Olmsteds' naturalistic principles, before leaving in 1915.