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Sowing the First Seeds: The Origin of the Garden Library Rare Book Collection
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Librarian, Bookbinder, Poet, Patriot: Ethel Burnet Clark
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The First Garden Library Accession Number: Maison rustique, or The Countrie Farme
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From the Rare Book Collection
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The “Useful Art-Book of Gardening”
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The Garden Library Rare Book Collection and the Creation of a Studies Program
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Deirdre Moore
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Melissa Fast
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Good Ink
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Dumbarton Oaks in the news
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Washington Rare Book Group Visit
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Therese O'Malley
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Oral History Interview with Therese O’Malley, undertaken by Elizabeth Gettinger, Anne Steptoe, and Jeanne-Nicole Saint-Laurent at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., on July 16, 2009. At Dumbarton Oaks, Therese O’Malley was a Junior Fellow (1982–1983) and a Senior Fellow (1989–1996) of Garden and Landscape Studies.
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