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A. F. Jorss Ironworks Co., Inc.
bid for North Vista iron railing by
ironwork proposal asked from
A. Hoen & Company (Baltimore printer)
A Terrace. See terrace A
Abbe, Truman, Mrs.
Abelia
outside Music Room
Abelia grandiflora
in the Copse, p.36
East Lawn
at Fellows' Quarters center courtyard entrance, p.27
glossy abelia
Front Lawn
along kitchen gate path to R St. exit, p.47
on north side of walk from service entrance, p.17
on path to Mrs. Clark's cottage from service walk, p.25
R Street, front of house
at rear of Fellows' Quarters near Bryce's office, laundry &c., p.28
at steps from West Apt. to Fellows' Quarter Service drive, p.28
Abercrombie, John
Dictionary of Botany
Every man his own gardener (Mawe's gardening)
About garden books, old and new (Fox)
marked X (fair)
Abrams (Harry N.) Inc. (publishers)
Acacia
acquired at Boston flower show
at Casa Dorinda, various actions on
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
in variety, for Orangery
Acacia farnesiana
at Casa Dorinda, to be removed
Acacia juncifolia
plants wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Acacia verniciflua
plants wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
L'Académie Sud-Slave des Sciences at des Beaux-Arts a Zagreb
La Cathédrale de Djakovo
received by MxF Memorial Library
Acadia National Park, BF arranging Van Rensselaer visit to
Acanthopanax pentaphyllum
in the Copse
near Music Room, p.36
Acanthopanax pentaphyllus
hanging over wall from Copse, p.22
Acanthopanax ricinifolium
Acanthus
at Casa Dorinda, replanting as a group
for RH design instead of oak leaves
for RH design with oak leaves
Acanthus mollis
illustrations of
picture for Byzantine architecture research of
Acanthus spinossisimus
illustrations of
picture for Byzantine architecture research of
According to season; talks about the flowers in the order of their appearance in the woods and fields (Parsons)
marked XX (good)
Acer (or boxelder)
between greenhouse side door and road, p.38
Acer dasycarpum. See also Acer saccharinum var. dasycarpum
Butler's Cottage
Crabapple Hill
East Lawn, Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
Hillside back and east of greenhouse and west to spring
Iris Hill - Ellipse to Branch East of Forsythia Hill
from Iris Hill to bird walk and steps to cherry hill, p.31
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
north of house from copse east and including terraces A-E
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
south lawn edge, p.52
Acer heterophyllum laciniatum
T. D. No. 1
Acer linearifolium
T. D. No. 2
Acer palmatum
32nd Street border, south side
in the Copse
on drive from 32nd St. to garage court, p.34
east along walk between R St. wall and 31st St. entrance, p.19
East Lawn
incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
east of Orangery, storm damage to
under elm near Terrior, removal of?
from entrance gate to Terrior Column, right side of walk, p.52
Japanese maple
East Lawn
Front Lawn
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
Mélisande's Allée, p.32
near Beech Terrace wall, south side, p.46
near Music Room, p.36
No. 4
Nos. 36 and 83
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
R Street, front of house
between R Street wall and driveway, p.47
at Superintendent's Cottage, p.29
at Superintendent's cottage and around conservatory/Orangery
T. D. No. 3
from terrace D's south gate to Orangery, p.50
from Terrior Column to entrance gate, right side, p.51
Acer palmatum japonica
No. 31
Acer platanoides
32nd Street border, south side
in the Copse
in the Copse, p.37
on drive from 32nd St. to garage court, p.34
from garage court to Ellipse, p.38
between greenhouse side door and road, p.38
hanging over wall from Copse, p.22
Hillside back and east of greenhouse and west to spring
on Mélisande's Allée, p.32
near Music Room, p.36
No. 9
northwest of Mrs. Clark's cottage, p.26
Norway maple
for Apple Orchard and arbor
for Lovers' Lane Pool
No. 27
Nos. 15, 77, and 95
Nos. 30, 32, 34, and 42
Nos. 90, 107-108, 111
numerous
on path to paint house from Mrs. Clark's path, p. 26
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
R Street, front of house
between R Street wall and driveway, p.48
on service road to rock wall near Hazel Walk, p.35
on slope between Superintendent's Cottage and Fellow's Quarters, p.27
Acer polymorphum
T. D. No. 4
Acer pseudo-platanus
T. D. No. 5
Acer rubrum
at Butler's Cottage
in the Copse, p.37
at Director's house and terrace, p.34
East Lawn, Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
No. 3
No. 64
No. 171
north of enclosed yard, p.25
northwest of Mrs. Clark's cottage, p.26
Nos. 14, 72, 114, and 136
Nos. 50 and 65
in the Orchard
on Orchard Hill, p.45
on path to Mrs. Clark's cottage from service walk, p.25
red maple
on slope between Superintendent's Cottage and Fellow's Quarters, p.27
at Superintendent's cottage and around conservatory/Orangery
T. D. Nos. 6, 7, 8, and 9
Acer saccharinum
Catalogue House on blooming times for
on drive from 32nd St. to garage court, p.34
East Lawn
from kitchen garden steps to Lover's Lane fence and Lilac Circle, p.30
at Lovers' Lane Pool, p.32
on Mélisande's Allée, p.32
No. 58
north of enclosed yard, p.25
northwest of Mrs. Clark's cottage, p.26
Nos. 23 and 27
Nos. 49-51 and 60
numerous
on path to paint house from Mrs. Clark's path, p. 26
silver maple
for Apple Orchard and arbor
for Lovers' Lane Pool
on slope between Superintendent's Cottage and Fellow's Quarters, p.27
Sweeney welcoming talk references to
from terrace E to orchard steps, p.29
as tree for MB to consider
west of property yard, p.25
Acer saccharinum var. dasycarpum. See also Acer dasycarpum
on Box Ellipse walk overlooking Catalogue Knoll, p.40
on Crabapple Hill, p.42
at Director's house and terrace, p.33
east along walk between R St. wall and 31st St. entrance, p.19
from garage court to Ellipse, p.38
in Green Garden, p.44
overhanging Box Ellipse, p.40
Acer saccharum
in the Copse
East Lawn, incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
No. 18
No. 55
numerous
on service road to rock wall near Hazel Walk, p.35
T.D. No. 10
Achillea
Achillea millefolium
P. H. No. 1
P. H. No. 2 (with Taraxacum off.)
P. H. No. 315 (with Taraxacum off.)
top border bird panel
Achillea ptarmica vulgaris
P. H. No. 3
Acme Iron Works
bid for North Vista iron railing by
aconite
blooming by
a few, near terrior seat
JT's letters to BF and
sleet and snow and
no appearance of
Aconitum
plants, for 1922 flower garden
Aconitum chinensis var. Hapellus
P. H. No. 4
Aconitum fischerii (poisonous)
P. H. No. 5
Aconitum wilsonii
seeds wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Acorn House
plantings at
Acorus calamus
P. H. No. 6
Acosta, Manuel
stone samples ordered from
Acrolinium
Sutton's special mixture, seeds order
Acrolophos (House in the Grove)
as early name for DO
on historic tablet
Acropolis House in the Grove
on historic tablet
Actaea rubra
P. H. No. 7
Actinidia
for Crabapple Hill
Actinidia arguta
from Beech Terrace to Loggia, p.44
north of house from copse east and including terraces A-E
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
on trellis and Tennis Court walls
Acuba japonica
between R Street wall and driveway, p.47
Adam, Robert and James
The Works in Architecture of Robert and James Adam
received by MxF Memorial Library
Adams, Abigail, May 6, 1814 letter to Julia Rush by
Adams, Thomas
The design of residential areas: basic considerations and methods
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Adams, W. D. Davenport
Windsor Castle and the waterway thither
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Addison, Joseph
On the causes and the pleasures of the imagination arising from the works of nature and their superiority over those of art
BF recommends DO buy
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
Addisonia. See New York Botanical Garden, Addisonia
Adventures in My Garden and Rock Garden (Wilder)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Fiedler
received at DO
Adventures with Hardy Bulbs (Wilder)
marked XX (good)
not needed from Woodburn
ordered from Gregory
Ady, Julia Mary Cartwright (Mrs. Henry)
Italian gardens of the renaissance, and other studies
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
ordered from Argosy
received from Argosy
Aesculus hippocastaneum
East Lawn, incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
No. 5
north of house from copse east and including terraces A-E
on North Vista's north bay, east and west sides of, p.39
T.D. No. 10A
T.D. No. 10B Carnea (red Hippocastanaceae)
T.D. No. 10C (flowers and fruit)
T.D. No. 10D (flowers and leaves)
Aesculus parviflora
bottlebrush buckeye
east along walk between R St. wall and 31st St. entrance, p.19
East Lawn
East Lawn, Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
Aesop's Fables
characters as finials for terrior swing roof
characters designed for top of Terrior table
characters in uprights of iron swing from
Agalinis fasciculata
P. H. No. 8
Agalinis purpurea
P. H. No. 9
Agalinis tenuifolia
P. H. No. 10
Agapanthus
in oak grove at Casa Dorinda, as ground cover
Agapanthus umbellatus
Bu. No. 1 (Greenhouse plant)
Agar, Madeline
Garden design in theory and practice
marked X (fair)
Agassiz flowers, Sweeney hoping for visit to
Agathea
at Casa Dorinda
Agaves
at Casa Dorinda
Ageratum
Ann. No. 1 (blue)
as native North American flower
agnarias. See Aquarius
"L'agréable lecon"
monochrome in mauve from copperplate
monochrome in rose from copperplate
Agric. and Econ. Rustique
bookbinding invoice from Ruzicka for
Agriculture, U.S. Department of. See United States Department of Agriculture
Agrimonia gryposepala
P. H. No. 11
Agrimonia striata
P. H. No. 12
Agrostemma
P. H. No. 204
Agrostis
in whirligig display
Ahlberg, Haakon
Svenska trädgardskonsten såden den till våra dagar bevarats i anlårggingar vid slott och herrgådar… (with Wadsjo)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
The Aid Association for the Blind of the District of Columbia
Aiken, George D.
Pioneering with Wild Flowers, ordered from Lundberg
Ailanthus glandulosa
on Crabapple Hill
on Crabapple Hill, p.43
Hillside back and east of greenhouse and west to spring
No. 15
No. 54
No. 68
Nos. 39 and 105
Nos. 17-18, 37, 40, 42, 46
numerous
air-conditioning
for DO basements
for Dumbarton Oaks
for new building
Ajuga reptans
planted near Terrior
Akebia grandiflora
between R Street wall and driveway, p.48
Akebia quinata
C. No. 1
East Lawn, incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
Fiveleaf Akebia
Front Lawn
on Orangery, p.46
plant listings
R Street, front of house
Sweeney finds rare print of
alabaster, porphyry vs.
Albee, Helen Rickey
Hardy Plants for Cottage Gardens
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Fiedler
received from Fiedler
Albizzia julibrissin
East Lawn, Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Albrecht, George J.
as reference for DO Garden Scholarship applicant
Albright, Frank P.
"The Excavation of the Temple of the Moon at Mârib (Yemen)"
Albright, William Foxwell
"The Chronology of Ancient South Arabia in the Light of the First Campaign of Excavation in Qataban"
Aldrich, Amey
A guide to villas and gardens in Italy (with Walker)
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XXX and owned by DO
suggested for DO
in Sweeney's office
Aletris farinosa
P. H. No. 13
Alexander, Edward Johnston
Flora of the Unicorn Tapestries (with Woodward)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Alexander the Great
apocryphal story of, sent to MB
Alexander's Sculptural Service
bronze casting for DO by
four bronze wheats, invoice for
snail with gnomon, sundial model and hydrocal invoice
All about gardening (Coutts)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Sept. 1948
All About House Plants (Free)
in Sweeney's office
All Souls Memorial Church, Women's Auxiliary
DO open garden day Georgetown Children's Committee and
wanting to visit DO gardens
Allamanda cathartica
right angle panels
S. D. No. 1 (Greenhouse)
Allen, James, Mr. and Mrs.
Allen, Marguerite B.
Allerhand Neu Nagel und Bindwerck nach der Architectur eingetheillt… (Fülck)
offered by L'Art Ancien S.A. Zurich
Allium
BF needs to acknowledge receipt of to DuPont
Allium eu-Schoenoprasum
Bu. No. 2
Allium oleraceum genuinum
Bu. No. 3
Allium tricoccum
Bu. No. 4
Allium ursinum
Bu. No. 5
Allium vineale
Bu. No. 6
Allwood, M. C.
Carnations and all Dianthus, ordered from Mass. Hort. Library
Allwoodi ‘Robert'
for British scented garden for the blind
An almanac for moderns (Peattie)
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
Alnus rugosa
T.D. No. 11
Alpen-Pflanzen Deutschlands und der Schweiz (Weber)
marked XX (good)
Alphand, Adolphe
L'art des jardins: Parcs--jardins--promenades--étude historique--principles de la composition des jardins--plantations--décoration pittoresque et artistique des parcs et jardins publics; traité pratique et didactique (with Ernouf)
BF recommends DO buy
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked X (fair)
Les promenades de Paris: histoire--description des embellissements--dépenses de création et d'entretien des Bois de Boulogne et de Vincennes, Champs-Élysées--parcs--squares--boulevards--places plantées, étude sur l'art des jardins et arboretum, 487 gravures sur bois, 80 sur acier, 23 chromolithographies
BF recommends DO buy
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XX (good)
The Alpine Flora (Correvon and Robert)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
Sept. 1948
Alpine Flora of the Canadian Rocky Mountains (Brown)
marked XX (good)
Alpine flowers and plants (Flemwell)
marked X (fair)
Alpine flowers and rock gardens (Wright)
marked X (fair)
Alpine Flowers for Gardens (Robinson)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
Alpine Garden Society Bulletin
held by Reef Point Garden library
Alpine Plants (Macself)
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
ordered from Dulau
with prints in color
received by Sweeney
Alpine Plants (Wooster)
BF wants to see before placing order for
Alpine Plants for Gardens, 4th ed. (Robinson)
BF recommends DO buy
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
ordered from Dulau
owned by DO
received by Sweeney as: Alpine Flowers for Gardens
Alpine Plants of Europe (Thompson)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
Alpines and bog-plants (Farrer)
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Dulau
received from Blackwell's
Alpines I have grown (Leslie)
marked X (fair)
Althaea rosea
P. H. No. 14
on terrace B (Urn Terrace), p.35
on terrace B south of steps, p.34
Althaea syriacus
on path to Mrs. Clark's cottage from service walk, p.25
Alticchiero (Rosenberg)
BF suggests for DO Garden Library
in DO Garden Library
DO has copy of
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
marked XX (good)
in Mrs. Clark's custody
aluminum
for arbor, estimates in preparation for
inserts, for Orion and Boötes chairs
Aluminum Company of America
Alyssum
for British scented garden for the blind
at Casa Dorinda
seeds for spring
white sweet, for dog cemetery
Little Dorrit
seeds invoices
seeds order
Little Gem
seeds
sweet
appropriateness for Catalogue House panel of
seeds orders
Alyssum saxatile
P. H. No. 15
as perennial seeds for MB
Alyssum saxatile ‘Silver Queen'
to be sown summer of 1922
as perennial seeds for MB
Alyssum saxatile compactum. See also Saxatile compactum Alyssum
to be sown summer of 1922
seeds invoice
seeds orders
Amandry, Piérre
Les bejour antiques
Myers's estimate for restoration of
Amaryllis
at Casa Dorinda
for Orangery
Ambrosie, Eve
Amelanchier canadensis
T.D. No. 12
Ameria vulgaris maritime
P. H. No. 32
American Alpines in the Gardens (McCully)
marked XX (good)
American Association of Botanical Gardens
American Association of Museums
American Association of University Women, Washington Branch, Latin American Fellowship Fund
American Bulb Company
account to Harvard of payment to
seeds
invoices
order
American Country Homes of Today (Day)
marked X (fair)
American Estates and Gardens (Ferree)
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
American Folk Art in Wood, Metal and Stone (Lipman)
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
American Forestry Association
The American gardener's calendar… (M'Mahon)
received by MxF Memorial Library
American Gardens (Lowell)
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
in Sweeney's office
American gardens, style considerations for
American Historical Association, MxF as president of
American Horticultural Society
annual meeting date at DO set
BF on DO alliance with
confirmation of Nov. meeting at DO of
on meeting at DO after Blisses' departure
Mr. Lee's role as board member of
Sweeney arranges her schedule for
Sweeney as Harvard representative at DO and
Sweeney elected Secretary of
Sweeney meets with Millholland
as volunteer guides at DO
Sweeney on unsuitability of
American Institute of Architects
Seventy-first convention of, and tea at DO
American Institute of Park Executives
Parks, a manual of municipal and county parks compiled as a result of a nation-wide study of municipal and county parks (Weir, ed.)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
American Iris Society, alphabetical checklist
marked X (fair)
American Journal of Archaeology
"Dynamic Symmetry for the Designers Point of View"
The American Land, Its History and Its Uses (Van Dersal)
Sweeney considers for her reference collection
American Landscape Architects Association. See American Society of Landscape Architects
American Landscape Architecture (Elwood)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
American Law Institute
American Library Service
account to Harvard of payment to for The Garden Month by Month
American Merchant Marine Library Association
Girl Scouts or Boy Scouts and open garden day at DO and
American Philosophical Society
Proceedings, on French nursery gardens ordered by Louis XVI
American plants for American Gardens (Roberts and Rehmann)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
American Ranger
shipment from T. Rogers & Co., London, to MB using
American Rhododendron Society, Middle Atlantic Chapter of
American rock gardens (Hamblin)
marked X (fair)
American Rose Annual (1935 and 1938 to 1943)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
American Rose Society
Standard Rose Names
marked X (fair)
What Every Rose Grower Should Know
in Sweeney's office
American Rose Year Book (1939)
in Sweeney's office
American Shipping Co.
account to Harvard of payment to
freight and shipping invoice
shipment cleared for DO account by
American Society of Landscape Architects. See also Landscape Architecture
40th anniversary as gathering of veterans of
BF to attend
Colonial Gardens: the landscape architecture of George Washington's time
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Illustrations of work of members - the House of John Twiss
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Quarterly Bulletin
BF tribute to be published in
Reef Point Gardens Bulletin sent to Fellow Members of
Reef Point visit by Executive Secretary of
Research Fellow in landscape gardening at DO and
American University
DO gardens visited by women from
American Weeds and Useful Plants (Darlington)
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
American Wild Flowers (Moldenke)
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
American Wild Flowers
as source for plant pictures
American Women's Voluntary Services
MB reporting to meeting of
in Santa Barbara
Victory Garden Committee
meetings with N.A.G. at DO
scheduling lectures at DO by
Victory Garden at DO and
Americanization school, visits to DO gardens by
America's greatest garden: the Arnold arboretum (Wilson)
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
marked XXX, owned by DO and Arnold Arboretum
suggested for DO
in Sweeney's office
Amherst, Alicia. See Cecil, Evelyn, Mrs.
Amianthium muscaetoxicum
P. H. No. 16
Among the hills: a book of joy in high places (Farrer)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
ordered from Woodburn
received from Woodburn
Amoroso
Romborg at odds with
Ampelopsis
on North Vista, near first steps to lawn, p.39
on path from Orchard Hill to herbaceous border, p.45
on stone wall of terrace E, p.49
from terrace D's south gate to Orangery, p.50
Ampelopsis heterophylla. See also Vitis (ampelopsis) heterophylla
Amure ampelopsis
Fountain Terrace
on arbor, east side of kitchen garden
on arbor, east side of kitchen garden, p.20
from Beech Terrace to Loggia, p.44
C. No. 2 (autumn coloring)
C. No. 1-1A (two prints)
in Catalogue House display Oct. 4, 1941
from entrance gate to Terrior Column, right side, p.52
in Green Garden, p.45
on north fence between kitchen garden and frame yard
on North Vista's north bay, east and west sides of, p.39
planted near kitchen garden, p.20
in Rose Garden, p.42
on terrace B (Urn Terrace), p.35
on terrace B south of steps, p.34
on terrace D along east wall, p.49
on terrace D walls and balcony, p.49
on terrace E, p.49
at Terrior Column, p.52
thriving at DO despite Japanese beetles
in upper kitchen garden (former cutting garden)
in upper kitchen garden (former cutting garden), p.21
Ampelopsis lowii
along 32nd St. wall from kitchen entrance gate to JT's entrance gate, p.22
on terrace D along east wall, p.49
on terrace D at south gate, p.49
Ampelopsis quinquefolia
from Beech Terrace to Loggia, p.44
in Catalogue House display Oct. 4, 1941
in the Copse, p.36
at Director's house and terrace, p.34
on DO residence walls, p.46
on DO residence walls, p.47
east along walk between R St. wall and 31st St. entrance, p.19
on Goat Walk from Wisteria Arbor to Box Walk, p.45
in Green Garden, p.45
between greenhouse side door and road, p.38
Iris Hill - Ellipse to Branch East of Forsythia Hill
on north fence between kitchen garden and frame yard
on north fence between kitchen garden and frame yard, p.20
north of house from copse east and including terraces A-E
on North Vista, first steps to lawn, p.39
on North Vista's north bay, east and west sides of, p.39
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
in Rose Garden, p.42
on terrace B (Urn Terrace), p.35
on terrace B south of steps, p.34
on terrace D along east wall, p.49
on terrace E, p.49
from Terrior Column to entrance gate, right side, p.51
on walk between cutting garden and Box Walk, p.40
Ampelopsis tricuspidata
over entrance doors and on steps, p.47
Ampelopsis veitchii
in the Copse, p.37
at Director's house and terrace, p.34
Ampelopsis (Vitis) heterophylla
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
Anagallis arvensis
Ann. No. 2
Analuta Bollandiana (from Brussels)
short Dvornik piece on Early Russia in
Anchusa
Sutton's Royal Blue
seeds orders
Anchusa ‘Dropmore'
to be sown summer of 1922
Italica
invoice
seeds order
as perennial seeds for MB
Anchusa italica
P. H. No. 17
Anchusa myosotodiflora
invoice
P. H. No. 18
seeds order
Anchusa Opal
as perennial seeds for MB
Ancient Mediterranean pleasure gardens (Semple)
marked X (fair)
And the Wilderness blossomed (Dickson)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Anderton, Basil
translation of A Stoic in His Garden (Lipsius) by
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Andeutungen über Landschaftsgärtnerei verbunden mit der Beschreibung ihrer praktischen Anwendung in Muskau (Pückler-Muskau)
BF recommends DO buy
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XXX (excellent)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
André, Édouard François
L'art des jardins: traité général de la composition des parcs et jardins
marked XX (good)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Andre-Michaux. See Michaux, François André
Andress, Laura Mae
Andrew R. Kennedy, Inc. See Kennedy (Andrew R.), Inc.
Andrews, Henry C.
The botanist's repository: for new and rare plants
analysis of plates missing from LC copy of
MB seeking replacement copy for Library of Congress
Andromeda
for library's east wall
Andromeda coriacea rubra
S. E. No. 1
Andromeda glaucophylla
at Reef Point
Andromeda polifolia
at Reef Point
Androsace sarmentosa
at Reef Point
Anemone
for Blisses' winter residence in Washington
Bryce on losing, with no stock to replace
at Casa Dorinda
Edwards's plate of
P. H. No. 23 (in variety)
St. Brigid
invoice
as perennial seeds for MB
Anemone canadensis
P. H. No. 19 (wildflower)
Anemone hupehensis
P. H. No. 20
Anemone japonica
P. H. No. 21
plants, for 1922 flower garden
Anemone japonica alba
in Catalogue House display Oct. 4, 1941
P. H. No. 22 (in variety)
Anemonella thalictroides
P. H. No. 24 (with Cardamine bulbosa)
Anethum foeniculum
Ann. No. 3
Anethum graveolens
Ann. No. 4
Anglade, Dr.
De Angleterre d'Allemagne (Krafft). See Krafft, Jean Charles
Angus, William
The seats of the nobility and gentry in Great Britain and Wales (engravings)
marked XX (good)
Annesley, Hugh Annesley, Earl
Beautiful and rare trees & plants
marked X (fair)
annuals
BF account of payment for
for Casa Dorinda in spring
for Catalogue House
reduced use of at Reef Point Gardens
Williamsburg Garden and Flower Symposium list of
Annuals and Biennials (Jekyll)
marked XX (good)
Another hardy garden book (Ely)
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
June 1949 list
ordered from Fiedler
received from Fiedler
Antarctic Penguins (Levick)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Antennaria neodioca
P. H. No. 25
Antennaria plantaginiiolia
P. H. No. 26
Anthemis
Kelwayi seeds
Anthemis compositae
P. H. No. 27
Anthemis cotula. See also Maruta cotula
P. H. No. 28 (with Eriophorum callithrix)
Anthemis tinctoria
for British scented garden for the blind
Anthoensen, Fred (printer)
Anthurium xx hybridum
plants wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Antioch capital
"calming" the color of
temporary placement and ‘calming' the color of
Antioch committee
Levi to perhaps work as field archeologist for
Antirrhinum. See also snapdragons
Autumn Glow
seeds invoice
seeds order (sub, for Golden Chamois)
Canary Bird
seeds invoice
seeds order (sub. for Cloth of Gold )
Super Gts., invoice
Copper King
invoice
seeds order
Daffodil
invoice
seeds order
Golden Queen
Half Dwf., invoice
Indian Summer
invoice
seeds order
Super Gts., invoice
Int. Bonfire
seeds invoice
seeds order
Int. Nelrose
seeds invoice
seeds order
Majestic Avalanche
invoice
seeds order
Majestic Eldorado
invoice
seeds order
Majestic Orange King
invoice
seeds order
Maximum Alaska
seeds invoice
seeds order
Maximum Appleblossom
invoice
seeds order
Maximum Daffodil
seeds invoice
seeds order
Nanum Grandiflora, Yellow Gem
seeds invoice
seeds order
orange shades tall
seeds invoice
seeds order
Rich Apricot
seeds order
Silvery Pink
Half Dwf., invoice
Super Majestic, orange shades
seeds invoice
seeds order
Tall Pure White Shasta
seeds order
Triumph yellow
seeds order
White
seeds order
Wildfire, Int.
seeds invoice
seeds order
Yellow
seeds order
Yellow Giant
seeds order
Apgar, Agnes
Herbals
June 1949 list
Apgar, Austin Craig
Ornamental shrubs of the United States (hardy, cultivated)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Trees of the northern United States: their study, description and determination, for the use of schools and private students
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Apolausiss Lady
placing decided for?
Apotheosis of Franklin and Victory of Washington
monochrome in rose from copperplate
apple mint
for British scented garden for the blind
apple trees. See also Malus
Delicious, Winesap, and Duchess
west of Fellows' Quarter driveway, p.28
dwarf, for Byzantine Garden
in the Garden of Scents
Grimes Golden
west of Fellows' Quarter driveway, p.28
north of terraces, omission from Oaks survey of
in the Orchard
on Orchard Hill, p.45
at Reef Point, spraying of
remove last row of
is this practical?
Sweeney welcoming talk references to
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Williams Early Red
west of Fellows' Quarter driveway, p.28
appreciation letters
for Blisses' generosity
Girl Scout Troop 53
Hubert Chanler and Gertrude Laughlin's wedding
Johnson, Fridolf
Peirce, Hayford
Radcliffe, Julie M.
for Blisses' gift to Harvard
Harvey, Katharine
Henderson, Mary S.
Wightman, Julia
for Blisses' gift to Michigan Telephone Exchange operators
for DO concerts
Anne
Davis, Helen
Florence
Foster, Caroline
at Georgetown Branch of the Public Library
Glover, Marion
Hart Home for the Blind
Hill, M. Wood
illegible name
January, Josephine
Johnston, Edith Newlands
Levin/Levett, Diane
Meyer, Agnes E.
Ornella Santoliquido and Quartetto di Roma
Oursusoff, Kate
Shipman, Hazel
by a singer
Todd, Enid
Waikowicz, Eolande
Warren, Helen
West, Bessie
Winslow, Harriet
Wolff, Katharine
Woodrow Wilson High School
for DO fellowship
Parker, John
for DO Garden Library
Whitaker, Charles H.
Wightman, Julia
for DO Garden Scholarship
Edwards, W. Warren
Edwards, William W.
Evans, James B.
Hudson, James Paul
Sasser, Elwin J.
for DO gardens
Allen, Marguerite
Allen, Mrs. Edward
American Rhododendron Society
Andress, Laura Mae
anonymous
Arlington, Martha
Barlow, Ernesta and Sam
Bettinger, Edith
Biggs and Tweedy
Boit, Louise
Catargi, Marcelle
Chevy Chase Garden Club
Choate, Mabel
Colonial Dames of America
Cook, Jane James
Crane, Winthrop
Currelly, C. T.
Curtis, Agnes and Ted
Curtis, Elizabeth
DC public schools' students
Dorothy
Draper, Theodora
Dunlap, Katharine
Dunlop, Bessie Lee Power
Farrington, Rebecca
Fife, Sarah Gildersleeve
Fitzgerald, Georgia
Gager, C. Stewart
Garden Club of Winchester and Clarke County
Gardener, Estelle
Georgetown Pilgrimage
Gerard, Madge Lee
Girl Scout Troop 53
Goacoigne, Joyce
Griggs, Laura
Hall, Adelia
Harry, Bertha Slingluff
Harvey, Katharine
Hatch, John, Jr.
Henderson, Mary S.
Hickey, Caryl Crawford
Hodges, Vernon
Hoyt, Edith
Jackson, Liana Clark
January, Josephine
Japanese gardeners
Jennings, Mary
Johnston, Ellen
Jones, Mary C.
Jones, Mary Calloway
Katharine
Kay, Alice
Kean, Cornelia Knox
Kent, H. W.
Knapp, Marie L.
LaFarge, Mabel
Lescaze, William
Lodge, Emily
Mead, Mrs. George A.
Miller, Anne
Mosier, Mrs. Harold T.
Nathan, Frances
Neville-Thompson, Leolin
Newcomb, Arline
Nottingham, Mary
Peet, Elizabeth
Peirce, Hayford
Pratt, Harriet
Priestley, Anna
quince candies and book sent to Blisses
Ribbey, Miss
Rogers, Nellie
Ross, Marvin C.
Salisbury, Dorothy
Spinster
Stanfield/Stoofield
Stewart, David
Templeton, Marian
Thayer, R. S.
The Horticultural Society of New York
Thoron, Louise Hooper
Thorue, Helen S.
Vander Vanize, A.
Waikowicz, Eolande
Walkinshaw, Walter
Washington Self-Help Exchange, Inc.
Wellesz, Emmy and Egon
West, Bessie
Whitman, Winifred G.
Wightman, Julia
Wilson, Helen Van Pelt
Women's Civic League, Baltimore
Women's Committees for National Cathedral
Women's Overseas League, Washington Unit
Yurka, Blanche
for DO Library
Boles, Charlotte
Curtis, Agnes
Junketeers
Lewis, Virginia
Marzoli, Carla Clivio
Quimby or Quinby, Jane
Schramm, Percy Ernest
for DO Museum
Corcoran, Rosamund
Drury, Katherine
Henry, Paul
LaFarge, Mabel
Lewis, Virginia
Marzoli, Carla Clivio
Peirce, Hayford
Ross, Marvin C.
Schramm, Percy Ernest
Segall, Berta
Stande, Mrs. E. V.
for DO parties
Grady, Lucretia
Hubert Chanler and Gertrude Laughlin's wedding
La Follette, Rachel Young
Mary
McClure, James G. K.
Ross, Marvin C.
Therese
for DO Symposia
luncheon at Blisses' home after
Morey, Sarah
Schramm, Percy Ernest
Stillwell, Richard
Woodruff, Helen
for flowers
100 forsythia plants for Key School
children's May Festival in Montrose Park
King Gustav's birthday and Jubilee
for returning lost French hymnal
for Ross's trip to Russia
for tea
American Institute of Architects
Hinks, Roger
apricots
west of property yard, p.25
Apron full of gold; the letters of Mary Jane Megquier from San Francisco, 1849-1856 (Cleland, ed.)
ordered for MB
publication announcement
apse, Byzantine
Aquarius
Bryce on replacing Torryea near
finials, limestone on order for
fountain group, Havey sketches for
why insist on replacing?
Aquarius (poem), sent to RWB
Aquia
for Terrior table-bench
Aquilegia. See also columbine
to be sown summer of 1922
chrysantha
Farquhars hybrids (light shades)
Farquhars pink
blue
seeds invoice
seeds order
Clematiflora mixed
seeds invoice
long spurred, as perennial seeds for MB
caerulea (true Rocky Mountain type)
California hybrids
chrysantha
haylodgensis
Mrs. Scott Elliott
P. H. No. 30 (purple flowered)
seed, account of payment for
Snow Queen (white)
seeds invoice
seeds order
Sweeney question in annuals list about
on terrace B (Urn Terrace), in borders, p.35
Yellow Chrysantha
seeds invoice
seeds order
Aquilegia canadensis
P. H. No. 29-29A
Aquilegia clematiflora
mixed, seeds order
Aquilegia coerulea
BF account of payment for seeds
seeds invoices
seeds order
Arabis albida
to be sown summer of 1922
as perennial seeds for MB
Arabis alpina
pure white
seeds invoice
seeds order
Arabis blepharophylla
unable to obtain seeds of
Arabis ciliata
Ann. No. 5
Arabis lyrata
Bi. No. 1 (wildflower)
Araceae
Sweeney procures information from USDA on
Arban & Carosi, Inc. (paving materials contractor)
Arber, Agnes Robertson
Herbals, their origin and evolution; a chapter in the history of botany, 1470-1670
Feb. 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Woodburn
received at DO
Recent work on History of Botany in the Old World
Arber, E. A. Newell
Plant Life in Alpine Switzerland
marked X (fair)
arbor
for 28th Street house, design of
aluminum for, estimates in preparation for
for Arbor Terrace
cornice and post capital
details
elevations and sections
plans
benches under grape arbor
dummies for base of, for Arbor Garden
east side of kitchen garden, Clematis in variety on
Goat Trail, new walk and
for Herb Garden
for Herbaceous Border west end
for Kitchen Garden
for Orchard
for terrace E
details
elevations, sections and plans
Arbor Garden or Terrace. See also Wisteria Arbor
arbor for
sections
arbor replacement
on Agenda of April 15th
Collingwood on heart cypress for
under construction by Lank
cornice and post capital
details
elevations and sections
heart cypress estimate and contract for
plans
balcony for
seat
balustrade
on Agenda of April 15th
concrete, to meet wood arbor
elevations
RH wants to make decisions at DO on
sketch of
blueprints for
Coles asked if plant types could be replaced on lotus panel?
Coles going ahead with lotus panel in
contemporary art in the garden
Cloud Terrace
difficulties removing lead lotus and bullrushes panel in
elevations and sections for
estimates for materials and progress on sketches for
fountain for
pool
river god head
gates for
inscription, both panels plastered and Coles working on lead letters for
inscriptions for
on south wall under arbor
ironwork for
balcony
gate
last brushful of "antiquing" on
lead bookcase for
removed
lead inscription dedicated to Gelasio B.A. Caetani
MB needs plan for next phase of work on
MB's vision of loveliness for to be in place on her return
panel sketches without bullrushes and lotus
panels improved by elimination of lead lotus and bullrushes for
path to Orchard Hill
paving
on April 15th Agenda
around sundial, scrolls in
contractors and materials for
Earley Studio on
with pebble pattern or Doria
RH looking for source of material for
RH suggesting when to discuss
RH to stake out
RH wants to discuss options with MB for
RH wants to make decisions at DO on
sketch of lyre for center
telling time by the sun and
wood, RH to bring for MB approval
pear trees for
in aerial hedge
plans for
fountain pool
identifying true and magnetic north
on their way via special delivery
planting plans
1959
potted plants on
Ralph to measure dimensions of
RH sketch for stuccoed panels in
RH's vision for center of
scrolls for
scrolls in place, potted plants for center
seat for
in arch of south elevation
east wall, designed itself
east wall, RH to make quick decision on design for
shrub boxes for
sketches needed for
south steps for
JT against using Doria stone for
plans and sections
source for Doria stone located for
sun dial for
on April 15th Agenda
MB on having
RH research for
RH vision for
scrolls in paving around
sketch for
snail design
view from Mélisande's Allée
view northwest from Fountain Terrace
walls for
detail at gate
existing grades
plans
Arboretum et Fruticetum Britannicum (Loudon)
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
IMS checking on Sweeney receipt of
June 1949 list
ordered from Dulau
as potential for DO Garden Library
price for, held in reserve
received from Dulau
The arboretums and botanical gardens of North America (Wyman)
on Anne Sweeney's desk upon return to Dumbarton Oaks
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
arborists. See also Baker, Francis; Bartlett Tree Company
Bryce as
for SBBG, endowing salary for
Van Yahres as
Archbold, Ann(e)
checking on Farrand's for MB
MB news delivered to
thanks BF for news delivered to
would BF tell her about RB's surgery?
architect
BF's. See Brooke, Frederick
MB's. See Waterman, Thomas T.
Architects Samples Bureau
Architectura curiosa nova… (Böckler)
marked X (fair)
Myers's estimate for restoration of
notes on Myers's repairs for
received at DO
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
sending to DO
Architectural gardens of Italy. A series of photogravure plates from photographs made for and selected by A. Holland Forbes
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Architecture de jardins: Dediée a Monsieur Joly de Fleury, Conseiller d'État, par son très humble et très obeissant serviteur Galimard Fils (Galimard)
DO does not have
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Mrs. Clark's custody
received by MxF Memorial Library
The architecture of country houses (Downing)
marked X (fair)
Architecture of the Deep South
archives (not specified), to move into Columbia Library
Arctium lappa. See also Lappa major
Bi. No. 2 (Burdock) coarse weed
Arctotis acaulis
Ann. No. 6
Arctotis stochadifolia
at Reef Point
Arden Studios, offering garden portraits by
Arenaria montana
as perennial seeds for MB
Argemone platyceras
Ann. No. 7
The Argentine garden calendar for the amateur (Schleimer)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
in Sweeney's office
Argosy Book Shop
book order sent to
Studies in Gardening (Clutton-Brock) ordered from
Sweeney on receipt of copy of order sent to
Sweeney on titles received from
Arisaema triphyllum
P. H. No. 31
Aristocrats of the Garden (Wilson)
BF recommends DO buy
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered by BF from Mass. Hort. Library
in Sweeney's office
Aristocrats of the Trees (Wilson)
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XXX, owned by DO and Arnold Arboretum
ordered from Fiedler
suggested for DO
Aristolochia macrophylla
C. No. 3
Arlington, Martha H.
Arlington School for Girls
last minute request to visit DO
Armour, Edna
Armour, Norman
Indian independence and
sent to Venezuela to look after the oil
arms or devices on book bindings, Grolier Club catalogue of 1895 exhibition of
Armstrong (John) Nurseries
Casa Dorinda and
single rose seedlings for Reef Point Gardens from
Arnica nudicaluis
Arnica nudicaule
P. H. No. 33
Arnold Arboretum. See also Harvard University; Judd, William H.; Merrill, Elmer D.; Rehder, Alfred; Sargent, Charles Sprague; The silva of North America
Arnoldia
BF on landscape changes for
MB use of BF article on landscaping in
Sweeney receives copies of
Association for
A Report to the Members
BF nudge Blisses to join
BF and McKelvey visit after MxF's surgery
BF arranging Van Rensselaer visit to
priority of Reef Point vs.
BF consulting for
first trip to, now complete
heart at DO with MB
Nov. visit to
physical energy requirements for
preliminary report due to
Sweeney hopes DO not forgotten with
BF inquiry to Oregon Bulb Farms on bulb orders for
BF named Consulting Landscape Gardener at
all at DO excited about
MB's excitement over
Sweeney's excitement over
BF on contemplated landscape changes to
BF on dark future for
on BF's list of American trees
Bryce on workers let go on transfer to Harvard of
Bulletin of
held by Reef Point Garden library
Sweeney on need for
cuttings and shrubs given by Reef Point Gardens to
educational leaflets of, as model for DO
Friends group organized for
BF suggesting MB gift to
Russell to send amount for MB as requested
time for MB to send annual $100 gift to
gifts to Reef Point Gardens by
Harvard Corporation and
Harvard transferring Sargent's books to Cambridge from
on labels for plants
on Lambert's 3 vol. description of Genus Pinus
library catalogue
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Mrs. Clark's custody
metasequoias given to Reef Point by
Olmsted plan for
Pacific states version of Rehder's Manual of cultivated trees and shrubs and
plants given by Reef Point Gardens to
Princeton Nurseries and
Reef Point herbarium and
as reference collection of plants
Rehder's reply to Sweeney directed to BF
Les Roses (Redouté) duplicate could be sold by
Blisses interested in
as source for flower pictures
Sweeney visit to
comparing DO lists with holdings of
working with Harvard, issues with
Arnold-Forster, W.
Shrubs for Milder Counties
received by MxF Memorial Library
Arnoldia. See Arnold Arboretum, Arnoldia
Aronia arbutifolia
from entrance gate to Terrior Column, right side of walk, p.52
S. D. No. 4
Aronia melanocarpa (Ardenorhachic)
S. D. No. 5
arrow-wood viburnum
Viburnum dentatum
for Apple Orchard and arbor
Arroyo Trail. See Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
The art & craft of garden making (Mawson)
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Dulau
ordered from Fiedler
Sweeney's 1948 research on
L'Art Ancien S.A. Zurich (bookseller)
rare books offered by
The art and practice of landscape gardening (Milner)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
received at Reef Point and sent to DO
"L'art d'aimer"
monochrome in mauve from copperplate
monochrome in rose from copperplate
L'Art de Creer les jardins (Vergnaud)
marked X (fair)
L'Art de former Les Jardins Modernes (Price)
marked XX (good)
L'Art de l'Jardins (Gromort)
received by MxF Memorial Library
Sweeney's 1948 research on
L'Art des Jardins, Parcs et Promenades (Le Barron)
marked XX (good)
L'art des jardins: Parcs--jardins--promenades--étude historique--principles de la composition des jardins--plantations--décoration pittoresque et artistique des parcs et jardins publics; traité pratique et didactique (Ernouf and Alphand)
BF recommends DO buy
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked X (fair)
L'art des jardins: traité général de la composition des parcs et jardins (André)
marked XX (good)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
L'Art du Treillageur (Roubo)
to be added to 3-star list
The Art of Botanical Illustration (Blunt)
BF recommends DO buy
received at DO
received by MxF Memorial Library
sent to DO from Reef Point
Willgoose knows MB wants
The Art of Garden Design in Italy (Triggs)
BF recommends DO buy
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XXX and owned by DO
suggested for DO
in Sweeney's office
The art of Japanese flower arrangement (Koebun)
marked X (fair)
Art of the Landscape Gardener talk
as potential lecture for Harvard/Fogg Museum
Art Out-of-Doors (Van Rensselaer)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
ordered from Fiedler
Artemis frescoes. See also Diana and Actaeon
too baroque?
Artemisia
for British scented garden for the blind
on terrace E, p.49
Artemisia absinthium
P. H. No. 34
Artemisia argentea
P. H. No. 35
Artemisia Lactiflora
seeds
Artemisia vulgaris
P. H. No. 36
Artemisis absinthum
in whirligig display at Catalogue House Oct. 4, 1941
Arthur Hoyt Educational Fund
Artostaphyllos uva-ursi
S. D. No. 2
S. D. No. 3 (Flower, leaf, fruit)
"Les arts" monochrome in grey from copperplate
Arts Perspectivae (Vredemad de Vries)
in Hunt collection, does DO also own?
Artschwager, Ernest
Dictionary of botanical equivalents: German-English, Dutch- English, Italian-English
marked XX (good)
arum lilies
at Box Ellipse pool, p.40
Asclepias amplexicatuis
P. H. No. 37
Asclepias syriacus
P. H. No. 38
in whirligig display
Asclepias tuberosus
P. H. No. 39
ash. See also under Fraxinus
mountain, at Reef Point, spraying of
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Ashbee, C. R.
A Report by Mr. C. R. Ashbee to the Council of the National Trust for Places of Historic Interest and Natural Beauty on His Visit to the U.S. in the Council's Behalf, Oct. 1930 to Feb. 1931
received by MxF Memorial Library
Ashford, England, scented garden for the blind in
Ashlawn (Monroe's home), visit to
Ashton, Leigh
Asperula odorata
as perennial seeds for MB
Aspidium acrostochoides (Christmas fern)
for DO Park
Aspidium fragrans
BF, Sweeney, and Gray on nomenclature for Catalogue House for
Asplenium parvulum
BF, Sweeney, and Gray on nomenclature for Catalogue House for
Associated Harvard Clubs
Association of Botanical Gardens
Association of Museums, 1947 Conference of
Aster
for Casa Dorinda spring
Farreri (perennial) seeds
late branching (blooming?) seeds
white, shell pink, and purple
Michelmas daisy seeds
Spectabilis (perennial) seeds
Aster alpinus speciosa
to be sown summer of 1922
Aster bessarabicus
to be sown summer of 1922
Aster laevis
P. H. No. 40
in whirligig display
in whirligig display at Catalogue House Oct. 4, 1941
Aster linearifolius
P. H. No. 41
Aster linnearifolium
in whirligig display
Aster Novae Angliae
P. H. No. 42
Aster patens
P. H. No. 43
in whirligig display
Aster ptarmicoides
to be sown summer of 1922
Aster puniceus
P. H. No. 44
in whirligig display
Aster tenellus
P. H. No. 45
Astilbe
plants, for 1922 flower garden
Astilbe japonica
P. H. No. 46
Atlas de la Flora Alpine
marked XX (good)
Aubretia
large flowered hybrids, seeds order
lavender, to be sown summer of 1922
P. H. No. 48 (no variety)
Aubretia bouganvillei
invoice
seeds order
Aubretia deltoidea
P. H. No. 47
Aucuba japonica
east along walk between R St. wall and 31st St. entrance, p.19
East Lawn
Japanese aucuba
Front Lawn
R Street, front of house
Audiberti, Camillo Maria
Regiae villae poetice' descriptae: et Regiae Celsitudini Victoris Amedei II…
BF suggests for DO Garden Library
marked XX (good)
Audot, L. E. (artist)
Traité de la composition et de l'ornement des jardins: avec cent soixante-huit planches, représentant, en plus de six cents figures, des plans de jardins, des fabriques propres à leur décoration, et des machines pour élever les eaux
June 1949 list
of less importance but worthwhile
marked X (fair)
received at DO
Shillaber to collate
Audran, Gérard
Vues de Versailles (with LePautre)
Audubon, John James
Birds of America
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Audubon Society
annual dues for
Augsburg
book on Royal villas and chateaus in
German book on the imperial Schloss of
Aurora pamphlets
MB inquiry to Steiner on completing series of
remittance to Steiner for
sent to DO by Steiner
Austin, Alfred
The Garden That I Love
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Sept. 1948
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, a Restoration of a "Fair Copy" (Farrand). See also Franklin, Benjamin
details of when sent to DO
given to Reef Point and to Jesup Memorial Library, Bar Harbor
ordered for MB
publication announcement
autumn colors at DO gardens, visitor on
Avena sativa
Ann. No. 8 (Sweeney not sure about)
Averill, Mary
Japanese flower arrangement [Ike-bana] applied to western needs
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Aviler, Augustin-Charles d'
Cours d'architecture qui comprend les ordres de Vignole, avec des commentaires, les figures & descriptions de ses plus beaux bâtimens, & de ceux de Michel-Ange…
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
MB selection of
No. 667 in Staack catalogue, BF recommends DO buy
No. 667 in Staack catalogue, sent to DO
received from Staack
avocados
at Casa Dorinda
Lucking on pruning of
Avon Tile Company (paving materials contractor)
A.W.V.S. See American Women's Voluntary Services
Aymar, Gordon Christian
Bird Flight
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Azalea amoena
S. E. No. 2
Azalea arborescens. See also Rhododendron arborescens
in the Copse, p.37
between greenhouse side door and road, p.38
near Music Room, p.36
replacement quantity for DO Park of
S. D. No. 6
Azalea calendulacea
S. D. Nos. 7 and 8
Azalea calendulaceum
Azalea canescens
blooming at Reef Point
Azalea gandavense
Azalea indica
from Beech Terrace to Loggia, p.44
in the Copse, p.36
S. E. No. 3
S. E. No. 4 (pink)
S. E. No. 5 (painted panel)
Azalea indica alba
in the Copse, p.37
in Green Garden, p.44
in Green Garden, p.45
S. E. No. 6
Azalea japonica
north of house from copse east and including terraces A-E
Azalea japonica alba
at DO, Judd identification of
Azalea kaempferi
Azalea ledifolia alba
north of house from copse east and including terraces A-E
Azalea magnifica hybrida
S. D. No. 9
Azalea molle
Azalea nudiflora
blooming at Reef Point
on path and along fence from knoll west of frameyard to Forsythia Border, p.30
S. D. Nos. 10 and 11
Azalea obtusa
blooming at Reef Point
Azalea poukhanense
at Reef Point
Azalea schlippenbachi
blooming at Reef Point
Azalea touson
Azalea vaseyi. See also Vaseyi
blooming at Reef Point
Azalea viscosa
from entrance gate to Terrior Column, right side of walk, p.52
replacement quantity for DO Park of
S. D. No. 12
azaleas. See also specific species of
from Beech Terrace to Loggia, p.44
for British scented garden for the blind
cutting of, to be sent to Mr. Judd
along DO Park stream to replace mountain laurels
evergreen, for library's east wall
for Green Garden?
Hillside back and east of greenhouse and west to spring
MB dissatisfaction with colors, Gray to remove
MB on removal from rock wall north of greenhouse of
moving of
Bryce could dig up in preparation for
difficulty of wrongly placing with
first agreeing on regrouping of
JT asks BF's approval of
JT will hold off until BF arrives on
put off until spring 1946
north of enclosed yard, p.25
on north slopes of DO
northwest of Mrs. Clark's cottage, p.26
at Reef Point
single, for Orangery
in Star Garden
BF on replacement order for
Bryce on moving
Bryce's young plants can be used in
JT on ordering replacements for
long-term garden policy on
overgrown
overgrown, be moved to various other places
overgrown, replanting of
in Swimming Pool and Loggia
in whirling central panel, Catalogue House
white
BF first report to Harvard on DO grounds policy and
Horner wanting source of inscription near
long-term care plan for
most beautiful year at DO for
Azaleas: Kinds and Culture (Hume)
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Woodburn
received from Woodburn
Aztec Herbal (Badineau). See Cruz, Martín de la