GRAY, A. DONALD (24 Feb. 1891-30 May 1939), landscape architect and designer in Cleveland from 1920-39, was born in Tyrone, Pa., son of Charles G. and Rose (Williams) Gray. He graduated from Bucknell University in Pennsylvania, and attended Harvard University, afterwards working briefly with Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr., in the Olmsted Bros. firm in Brookline, Mass., the premier landscape architects in America. Gray came to Cleveland in 1920, establishing a practice in landscape architecture and designing many private gardens and estates in Cleveland, the Heights, and outlying
In 1936, Gray helped preserve
A. Donald Gray Papers, WRHS.