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Librarian, Bookbinder, Poet, Patriot: Ethel Burnet Clark
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Lois Fern
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Oral History Interview with Lois Fern, undertaken by Veronica Koven-Matasy at the Dumbarton Oaks Guest House (Fellows Building) on August 10, 2010. At Dumbarton Oaks, Lois Fern was Editorial Associate in the Garden and Landscape Architecture (now Garden and Landscape) Studies program.
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Maria Sibylla Merian
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A new online exhibit from the Rare Book Collection
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Melissa Fast
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Now on View: Rome Re-Imagined: Antiquarianism and Colonialism in the Nineteenth Century Maghreb
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Rare book exhibition in the Dumbarton Oaks Library
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Now on View: The Ancient Future
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Mesoamerican and Andean Timekeeping
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Sowing the First Seeds: The Origin of the Garden Library Rare Book Collection
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The First Garden Library Accession Number: Maison rustique, or The Countrie Farme
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The Garden Library Rare Book Collection and the Creation of a Studies Program
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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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