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fabric
for Founder's Room wall
RH designs for
sketches needed, for Founder's Room
Fagus americana
32nd Street border, south side
in the Copse
in the Copse, p.37
Hillside back and east of greenhouse and west to spring
along kitchen gate path to R St. exit, p.47
No. 1
No. 39
Nos. 46 and 185
Nos. 93, 94, and 96
numerous
Fagus grandifolia
American beech
Front Lawn
Fagus sylvatica
in Catalogue House display Oct. 4, 1941
copper beech in center of garage court, p.39
northwest of Mrs. Clark's cottage, p.26
Nos. 41 and 61
on path to paint house from Mrs. Clark's path, p. 26
on slope between Superintendent's Cottage and Fellow's Quarters, p.27
T.D. No. 39, leaves and nut only
T.D. No. 40, tree in winter
fagus sylvatica atropurpurea
copper beech
Fountain Terrace
Fagus sylvatica purpurea
in Beech Terrace, p.44
in Beech Terrace, p.46
copper beech
for East Lawn
for Lovers' Lane Pool
East Lawn, incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
north of house from copse east and including terraces A-E
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
on terrace D along east wall, p.49
between Terrace D and reflecting pool, p.29
from terrace D's south gate to Orangery, p.50
Fairbridge, Dorothea
Gardens of South Africa
marked XX (good)
Fairchild, Betty
Fairchild, Charles, Mrs.
Fairchild, David
Exploring for plants
marked X (fair)
Garden Islands of the Great East
received by MxF Memorial Library
The world was my garden: travels of a plant explorer
marked X (fair)
marked XX (good)
received by MxF Memorial Library
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
Fairchild Air Surveys, photograph of DO by
Fairview Hill
stone bench
Falconer, William
An historical view of the taste for gardening and laying out grounds among the nations of antiquity
BF recommends DO buy
Falda, Giovanni Batista (artist)
Fontane de Roma
BF suggests for DO Garden Library
DO does not have
Li giardini di Roma: con le loro piante, alzate e vedvte in prospettiva
in DO Garden Library
DO has copy of
Feb. 1949 list
garden perspective maps in
June 1949 list
marked XXX (excellent)
in Mrs. Clark's custody
Il nuovo teatro delle fabriche, et edificii, in prospettiva di Roma moderna…
marked XX (good)
Falke, Jacob von
Der Garten, seine Kunst und Kunstgeschichte
BF recommends DO buy
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Famous Trees of California, to be written and published
Fanelli, Francesco
Fontaines et Jets D'Eau, desinnés d'aprés les plus beaux lieux d'Italie
accept if satisfactory after inspection
June 1949 list
offered by Staack if MB approves
received at DO
seem best firm for fountain
Fantane, e Fabbriche di Pratolino (Pratolino, views of the gardens) (Bella)
in DO Garden Library
Farley, J. W.
Association for the Arnold Arboretum, Inc. and
The farm chemurgic; farmward the star of destiny lights our way (Hale)
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Farm Management (Cato)
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
in Mrs. Clark's custody
Farnald, Mr., BF arranging Van Rensselaer visit with
Farnam, Thomas
BF visit to
golfing with MxF
Farnham, R. B.
Farrand (Max) Reference Library, at Reef Point Gardens
Farrand, Beatrix. See also Arnold Arboretum; Beatrix Farrand, Agent; Reef Point; winter home, Farrand's; specific commissions
absences from DO, difficulties with Bryce and
aging of. See also Farrand, Beatrix, illnesses of
adjusting to diminished speed
asking MB's prayers for
closing of Reef Point office and
coping with
on decreased stamina, June 1944 DO visit and
drastic reduction in workload and
fatigue and
gratitude for JT understanding of
hard to accept new tempo
incident making her dull and short of brains
on learning to go slow
medicos on improvement of
medicos restricting visitors to ten minutes for
painful incident knocked her down
reduced workload for
rest needed for
restrictions on physical activity of
Augusta, Maine talk, packages returned to Reef Point for
Blisses and, missed visit by
on Blisses' travel news
in California, Sweeney asked not to contact
camellia test garden at Huntington Library and
on Catalogue House listing changes for April/May
Catalogue House lists review asked for
compensation for services of
for continued work at DO
cost concerns for DO
dividing between DO and Blisses
full amount to be asked for
terms letter on
daffodil order for personal use by
death of
memorial service for
tribute to be published in A.S.L.A. quarterly for
descriptive booklet of DO gardens and
DO garden planting fund and
$200 received by JT with gratitude
allocation for reference books of $50 in
gift not yet ready
JT on $200 gift by
JT's gift of $300 to
DO landscape plans and drawings as gift to DO by
arranging for keeping separate from Harvard of
cataloguer needed at DO for
cataloguing in Bryce's office and
correspondence including with transfer to DO of
JT gratitude for and intention to find cataloguer of
measurements for storage cabinets
memo to Miss Carpenter on storage cabinet measurements
to move to DO and likely to Sweeney's office
on preservation at DO of
RP to pack and ship
sectional storage cabinets, Miss Carpenter to order
steel file needed for storage cabinets
storage cabinets for
suppliers and costs of storage cabinets
what is status at DO for storage cabinets?
DO Park Committee and. See also Dumbarton Oaks Park
DO talk May 1943
Reef Point Lecture copy sent for
Sweeney to return materials to Reef Point for
Van Rensselaer as possible stand-in for
Elizabethan Gardens talk by
MB enjoyed but wished it were longer
offered as presentation at DO
potential for Harvard/Fogg Museum
preparation for
as Emerita garden consultant at DO
BF on
DO Administrative Committee to consider
JT proposes
position added
transition to
Garden Center and. See Garden Center
Garden Library and. See Garden Library
garden policy at DO and. See garden policy at DO
Gray's Memorial and
photo of tablet sent to
unveiling of
half-yearly statements for Harvard account with
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
Jan. 1946 transmittal letter for
JT ready for second half of 1945
June 1943 transmittal letter for
June 1945 transmittal letter for
June 1946 transmittal letter for
outlined and to be posted
transmittal of
Harvard account with
acknowledging receipt of checks for
adjustment to balance in
balance could be put toward garden needs
to be tackled as soon as possible
BF asking MB's suggestions on
book purchase accounts, comments on statement of, and request for more funding for
closure of, BF not wanting
closure of, BF to reimburse herself with consolidated funds
closure of, JT wanting
date JT needs for summer 1945
invoices, check received from JT for
joint statement with RP of
JT on consolidation of
no word of allocation of first half 1945 balance of
not possible to hold back funds from after fiscal year ends
overdrawn, needing replenishment
projections for 1946 to be shared with RP
projections for first half of 1947
projections for first half of 1947 needed for
receipt of $100
receipt of $150
receipt of $200
reserve fund for
as Harvard consultant at DO. See also Farrand, Beatrix, JT and Sachs meeting on Harvard consultant to DO with
asking if will be retained
JT assures of retention
resignation accepted by DO Administrative Committee
Sachs's job offer at DO under Harvard to
Harvard lecture by
accepting invitation for
to be rescheduled
JT checking on date for?
news for MB of
postponing
Sachs's secretary acknowledging acceptance for
health issue June 1942
hard knock of
having to leave DO due to
JT on generosity of BF allocating her expenses after
JT pleased with BF's progress after
rest and recuperation for
sorry visit had to be cut short
transmitting invoice to Harvard, allocation difficulties of
herbaceous border as last large project for DO in 1943
on historic tablet position
honored in 1947
bewildered by
MB proud for
illnesses of. See also Farrand, Beatrix, aging of
BF thanks for flowers and visit by MB
bronchitis
doctor forbids travel for consulting work by
eye doctor on rest for
gout due to overwork by
influenza
lumbago
MB concern for sore foot of
MB on diathermia for arthritis of
MB on recovery of
medical checkup for
postponing April trip by two weeks due to
recuperating
right hand gout
right hand neuritis
virus in ear
writing not permitted and
JT and Sachs meeting on Harvard consultant to DO with
BF brief impressions on
on discussion points for
on itinerary prior to
JT agrees to date
JT on discussion points for
MB eager about
MB on Thacher's thoughts for
PJS agrees to financial arrangements for BF after
as positive
on MB affection and remembrance of
on MB condolences on anniversary of mother's death
on MB condolences on anniversary of MxF's death
decision to sell Reef Point and
MB friendship with, gratefulness for
MB gift to sustain Reef Point refused by
MB greetings on birthday of
MB on latest sadness of, condolences for
MB on nomination for SBBG Board by Helen Thorne of
MB on secretary for
MB on Valley Club cottages for
MB telegram to, as cherished
MB telephone call to, but missed
MB visit with
thanks for
MB wanting to visit in Boston with
MB wish for comfortable journey for
MB wishing she were in Calif. for talk by
MB's Easter greetings before eastward journey for
MB's New Year's greetings to
mother of. See Jones, Mary Cadwalader
MxF's death and
announcement of
legacy for
need to be alone after
need to hear from MB after
MxF's Franklin book and
Le Viellard manuscript and
named Consulting Landscape Gardener at Arnold Arboretum
MB's excitement over
Sweeney's excitement over
on nomenclature for Sweeney
plant list suggestions for Catalogue House by
Reef Point disposition by
fundraising for Reef Point continuation and
RP on her sentiments on and efforts to avoid
and RP's work on continuance of
retirement of. See also Consulting Landscape Gardener services; garden policy at DO
BF concern on MB's reaction to letter regarding
BF letter to JT on
BF letter to MB on
as firm decision
first thoughts on
gratitude for JT's understanding of
MB openness to BF's decision on
medicos on
reasons for
RP and JT on DO garden changes and
to review finials with Coles
RH and, agreement to work on trial basis with
RP collaboration with
reporting to JT and
as smooth operation
on RP's report of DO beauty
Santa Barbara Botanic Garden and
excellence of new building plans for
invited to be Consultant to
library window placement in new building and
new building plans and
as trustee, MB suggesting
unable to attend Board meeting
SBBG Planning Committee and
agrees to serve on
difficulties with
Mrs. Thorne asked for service by
SBBG talk by
scheduling. See Farrand, Beatrix, scheduling
seeds order, clerk checking on
on successor at DO gardens
Sweeney salary and, check sent to JT for
thanks for gifts from Blisses
for Christmas
typing her own letters
Sweeney's kindness about
on Vaughan hope to visit/study at DO
on waiting for communication from Blisses
wants reminders by Sweeney on uncompleted work
on warm comfort and happy years with Blisses
wellness of, MB concern for
working papers of, University of California, Berkeley to house
Yale University Art School lecture
Farrand, Beatrix, scheduling
1934, spring
1937, April at DO
1937, fall at DO
1937, May at DO
1937, Oct. at DO
arrival arrangements
Blisses eagerly await
duration for?
lodging for
1938, April at DO
1938, May at DO with Boulanger
1938, Oct. at DO
1938, potential vacation meeting with Blisses
1938, potential vacation to N. Calif. with Max
1938, Sept. at DO
1938, spring of
1939, June at DO
Elizabethan Gardens talk during
1940, Jan. at DO
1941, April at Casa Dorinda with Blisses and JT
1941, April at DO
accommodations for
difficulty of setting definite dates for
suggestion of
time allowed for
time for Harvard vs. time for Blisses during
1941, JT meeting in summer with
1941, June at DO
1941, mailing address while traveling
1941, Nov., with Drury
1941, Nov. at DO
JT on
MxF's recovery and
planning for
Sweeney and
1941, Princeton, Chicago, and DO
1942, April at DO
arrival details?
lodging for
lodging for Sachs and wife and
planning for
report to MB on
RH and
Stover will send itinerary
wrong date for
1942, June at DO with Blisses
Agenda for
lodging for
medical restrictions on
regret on failing to finish
1942, May at DO, with Blisses
on DO Park
1942, May at DO, with Blisses and JT
attempting rearranging
date collisions
dates arranged
early June instead?
JT arranges
JT to rearrange
lodging assured for
1942, Nov. at DO
Administrators' meeting and
lodging and?
1942, Nov. itinerary
1942, Sept. at DO
agenda for
first thoughts of
lodging for
what are dates for?
1942, telephone time with MB
1943, April at DO
dates to MB
and at DO Park
first plans for
last minute plans
lodging at DO for
1943, Aug. at DO
arrangements for
confirmed
1943, Bryce, Reef Point visit
1943, in fall at DO
1943, June at DO
accounting for?
confirmed
dates for
1943, May at DO
BF unlikely to make
first plans for
MxF illness and
one day adjustment to
1943, Nov. itinerary
1943, Oct. at DO
shortness of
1943, Sept. at DO
lodging for
train ticket for
1944, April at DO
first plans for
lodging for?
topics to be discussed
1944, fall at DO
impossible with MxF's treatments
not likely
1944, June at DO
agenda for MB and
agenda for Sweeney and
JT looking forward to
wanting to discuss DO organization during
1944, May at DO
dates approximate for
dates suggested for
hoping to see MB during
JT's calendar clear for
may be deferred
one day earlier
postponed
time-table suggested for
1944, MB visit in Boston with
1944, Oct. at DO
agenda for
coordinating with Blisses
dates difficult for JT
dates suitable for JT?
items to be discussed with MB
JT disappointed about cancellation of
lodging for
MB on need for BF's input at DO
MB sorry to learn of neuritis
MB's schedule and
neuritis in right hand and
train reservation difficulties for
1944, Sept. at DO
agenda and arrangements for
BF has made hotel reservations for
BF hoping to meet with Sweeney during
BF looking forward to
BF on postponing to October
BF sorry to not be in Washington for
Bryce accommodations and
initial planning
issues to review with Sweeney
JT expecting
JT sorry for the postponement
JT to make hotel reservation?
lodging for
MB need for
MB's schedule and
part one for chores and part two with MB
pass to admit BF to the grounds
Post War Security Conference and
1944, spring at DO
1945, fall trip not necessary
1945, MxF's illness and
1945, Nov. at DO
Administrative Committee meeting in Cambridge and
agenda for Sweeney and
JT providing food for
MB return from Europe and
meetings with Sweeney and JT during
proposed appointments during
revised appointments during
shorter working day needed for
weather hopes for
1945, return East delayed due to MxF illness
1945, telephoning by MB and
1945, telephoning not possible
1945, trip East to start May 21
1946, autumn
BF visit to DO unlikely
Boston meeting perhaps?
Boston potential dates for
in Boston with JT and RP
doctor postpones DO visit by
JT hope/command for
medicos cancel DO visit by
RP to visit in Oct. if can see MB
RP to visit in Sept. instead of
visit to DO as essential
1946, Nov. in Boston with JT
agenda items for
dates for
only two hours for!
plenty of time for
reduced to one hour for
very satisfactory
1946, spring
BF letter to MB on
BF suggests Calif. meeting time
JT suggests Boston or New York for
JT suggests Maine meeting
JT unable to go to Calif.
JT wants lengthy discussions during
no DO visit by
review of DO gardens with JT and, first talks of
Sweeney sorry BF unable to visit DO
who to tell MB BF not visiting DO?
1947, Boston meeting with RP
JT's notes to be conveyed during
1947, fall at DO
as unlikely
1947, MB potential in Boston or New York and
now unlikely
1947, Nov. in Boston
JT suggesting meeting
1947, October in Boston
RP advised of possible dates for
with RP and JT, initial thought of
with RP and JT, possible dates for
1947, October with JT, planning
1947, spring at DO
JT's hopes for
MB sends potential dates for
with Sweeney
unable to travel to DO
unwise for BF's health
1947, Sweeney visit to Reef Point and
end of July for?
what dates for?
1948, at Reef Point with JT
best to defer
cancelled with regret
initial thought of
not before mid-October
1948, fall vacation, Reef Point, then Santa Barbara
1948, Nov. with MB in Boston
1949, Blisses' visit to Reef Point
food choices for
July dates for
June dates for
MB's telegram more or less gibberish
patience with old lady needed for
postponed
probable telegraphic misprint about?
1949, Oct. in Boston with JT
hopes for
impossible for both
unable to do
Farrand, Max
as American Historical Assn. president
Boston checkup for
on brother's death
death of
ashes strewn at Reef Point
BF's need to be alone after
legacy for BF
on Farrand summer travel schedule
Franklin, Benjamin, book on
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
BF on finishing of
BF on Le Viellard manuscript and
details of when sent to DO
ordered for MB
publication announcement
writing of
writing of, as sign of better health
writing of, strong enough for
Friends of Huntington Library and
Gledhill photograph of
on good democrat for Foerster Committee
in good form
honorary degree from Princeton for
illnesses of. See also Farrand, Max, last illness; Farrand, Max, surgery for
additional treatments necessary
alerting Bryce and Sweeney to
April 1944 medical checkup after
arrangements for BF's May lecture and
beginning to return to his writing
BF gratitude for Sweeney's kind letter during
BF thanks to JT for letter during post-operative recovery time
BF's consulting at DO and
consulting Boston doctor
debilitation of X ray treatments for
discharged home to Reef Point
hospital checkup scheduled for
intestinal infections
MB on recovery of
MB sorry to learn of
medical checkup for
as not just surgical but medical too
post-surgery improvement of
post-surgery report to JT on
post-surgery report to MB on
RB cheering spirits of
RB on return to Reef Point of
recuperating
at Reef Point after medical checkup
similarities to RB's illness
skin infection
surgery scheduled for
treatments going well
inquiry to RB about visas for Baker's invalid daughter
last illness
closeness of Milrob and
at home in Bar Harbor
in hospital in California
not gained much as hoped
not travelling until stronger
pain free
relaxing at Reef Point
sorrows one must meet alone
Max Farrand Memorial. See Max Farrand Memorial Corporation
MB on retirement decision of
MB on Valley Club cottages and privacy for
on MB's name of gift tablet at SB Botanic Garden
Milliken's illness and
need for vacation
on operating program for Reef Point Gardens
photograph of, in Max Farrand Memorial Library
on potential young male assistant
Reef Point importance to
resignation from Huntington Library
closing house and returning East
news clipping
scheduling late April BF visit to DO and
rest and relaxation at Reef Point for
salmon fishing on Ristigouche River, Canada
1941
1942
Santa Barbara Botanic Garden support by
surgery for
to convalesce at home
hemorrhage after returning home
home at last
improvement of
at Mass. General
MB note after
now driving
recovery from
repair surgeon interview with
slow recovery at home
slow recovery from
thesaurus preferences of
winding down work at Huntington by
at work on annual report
Farrand-Thacher Plan. See also garden policy at DO
JT's conception of
Farrer, Reginald John
Alpines and bog-plants
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
Among the hills: a book of joy in high places
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
ordered from Woodburn
received from Woodburn
inIn a Yorkshire garden
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
received from Staack
MB agrees on acquisition of works by
My rock-garden
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Dulau
No. 210 in Staack catalogue
BF recommends DO buy
sent to DO from Staack
On the eaves of the world
June 1949 list
received from Gregory
small books by, as potential for DO Garden Library
The English rock-garden
bought for DO by BF
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
marked XXX and owned by DO
ordered from Dulau, received in Bar Harbor
suggested for DO
The rainbow bridge
marked X (fair)
Farrer's last journey, Upper Burma, 1919-20 (Cox)
June 1949 list
received from Gregory
Farrington, Edward (editor)
The gardener's Almanac
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
The gardener's travel book
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Farrington, Rebecca (Mrs. F. E.)
Fashionettes (Manuel Acosta), stone samples ordered from
Faulkner, Herbert W.
Plowman's Folly
ordered from Mass. Hort. Library
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
The Mysteries of Flowers
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
with prints in color
in Sweeney's office
Faulkner, R. P.
Botany for gardeners
received by MxF Memorial Library
Faun
pedestal for, as inactive RH project
plumber to set in place
rough sketch has been made
shipped prepaid to Kearney
Faure, Gabriel
The Gardens of Rome
marked XX (good)
Favourite flowers of garden and greenhouse (Step and Watson)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
not received by Sweeney
ordered from Gregory
received at DO
received from Gregory
Favre (Ferdinand) et Cie.
Feast of the Ascension of Our Lord, account of, sent by MB to Fr. Nevils
Federal Reserve Building, Earley Studio aggregate concrete used at
Federated Garden Clubs, Cathedral/Mt. St. Albans project and
Feis, Herbert, Mrs.
Felicia aethiopica
at Reef Point
Felicia bergeriana
at Reef Point
Fellows at DO. See also Dumbarton Oaks Garden Scholarships
articles for foreign papers and magazines by
Downey appreciation for being named as
evergreens for boundary shields for
in Garden Design and Ornament
as healing necessary end of Reef Point
request for first candidates for
in landscape gardening
academic interests of Harvard and
American Society of Landscape Architects and
budget for
candidates for
first appointment of
RP and BF to suggest candidate and sum to be allotted for
Parker appreciation for being named as
provisions for, vegetable gardens and
Walkinshaw, Walter
Washington Conversations on International Organization and scholastic year for
Weaver enjoyed visiting with
Fellows' Building (Quarters)
additions to
BF eager to review sketches of
grading issues for BF to review and
under construction
facade and detail
(A. M.) Friend on Tardo's lecture and music at
planting at service entrance to, p.28
plantings along steps from West Apt. to service drive, p.28
plantings at east apartment and center courtyard entrance, p.27
plantings at rear of (Bryce's office, laundry, &c.), p.28
plantings at service entrance for, p.28
plantings at west apartment courtyard, p.28
plantings on service drive border, p.28
plantings west of driveway to, p.28
plants needed for, greenhouses and
slipshod maintenance of
small models and dummies in
southeast corner
vegetable garden behind, to be planted with clover
Felt, E. P.
Our shade trees
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
Pruning trees and shrubs
ordered from Mass. Hort. Library
Felton, Samuel
Gleanings on gardens: chiefly respecting those of the ancient style in England
marked X (fair)
On the portraits of English authors on gardening, with biographical notices
marked X (fair)
fences
at foot of Mélisande's Allée, Coles to lead frame for repairs of
iron, south front above stone retaining wall
between kitchen garden and frame yard, Liriodendron tulipifera overhanging, p.20
between kitchen garden and frame yard, plantings along
between kitchen garden and old frame yard
from knoll west of frameyard to Forsythia Border, plantings on path and along, p.30
lattice, for Bowling Green, long-term garden policy on
lattice, leading to gardens from Museum, ivy on, p.17
Lovers' Lane, plantings from kitchen garden steps along, p.30
Mermaid rose at Fellows' Quarters center courtyard entrance on, p.27
North Vista, Convolvulus around
as panel near Lilac Circle
drawings of
as first priority
plantings between vegetable garden and
plantings between vegetable garden and, p.20
property, Lonicera japonica on, p.35
property yard, Ficus espaliered to, p.25
wooden rail, at North Vista, can be covered with vines
fennel, MB dislike in arrangements at Casa Dorinda of
Fer, Nicolas de
Les beautés de la France
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Mrs. Clark's custody
Ferdinand Favre et Cie.
Fernald, Merritt Lyndon
Edible Plants of Eastern North America (with Kinsey)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Gray's Manual of Botany, 7th ed. and
in DO Garden Library
as Professor at Harvard
ferns
Christmas, for DO Park
along DO Park stream
from entrance gate to Terrior Column, right side, p.52
evergreen, on north side of Orangery
hardy plants, for 1922 flower garden
on path and along fence from knoll west of frameyard to Forsythia Border, p.30
at SBBG, planting estimates for
between Terrace D and reflecting pool, p.29
on terrace E at columns, p.49
wall panel of
Ferns and how to grow them (Woolson)
marked XX (good)
The Ferns of Maine
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
Ferns of North America (Eaton)
marked XX (good)
Feron-Stoclet, Madame
photographs of her Byzantine enamels sent to Ross by
Ferrari, Giovanni Battista
Flora, ouero, Cvltvra di fiori (Ferrari)
marked XX (good)
De florum cultura libri IV
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
MB selection of
Ferrari, Giulio
Il Ferro Nell' Arte Italiana
marked XX (good)
Ferree, Barr
American Estates and Gardens
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Il Ferro Nell' Arte Italiana (Ferrari)
marked XX (good)
fertilizer for Casa Dorinda
no funds from Navy for
orders for
Fessenden, Bruce
photos for Catalogue House by
Fessenden, Mr.
to photograph orchids at DO
Fessenden, Thomas G.
The New American Gardener
received by MxF Memorial Library
Fetterbush
Ficus
to cover little shed at Casa Dorinda
espaliered to property yard fence, p.25
on gate posts at Casa Dorinda
in Orangery
BF on drastic pruning of
changing use for building and
MB on pruning of
"personal character" of DO and
young, at Casa Dorinda, acacias crowding of
Fiedler, Henry George (bookseller)
books ordered from
Sweeney on package received from
Sweeney on titles received from
Field book of American trees and shrubs (Mathews)
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
recommended by Sweeney's botany teacher
Field book of American wild flowers (Mathews)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
with prints in color
in Sweeney's office
Field book of common ferns (Durand)
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
Field Book of Rocks and Minerals (Loomis)
title sent to Sweeney from BF
A Field Guide to the Birds (Peterson)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
field work, BF half-yearly accounts to Harvard of
1941
1942
1943
1944
Patterson, 1946
Fife, Sarah Gildersleeve (Mrs. Robert Herndon)
figs
for MB, BF to send from Calif.
for MB, cost of shipping from Calif.
MB asks BF to order and ship
Filliatre, Simon le, seeking bookbinding work
Film Society of Washington
finalities [frieze]
accepted and ordered
detailed progress report to MB on
finish of mechanism and record drawings for, cost of
inscription for
anything received from MB?
to be discussed at DO visit with MB
to be filed with mechanism drawings
lead monogram to pediment of
lead shield, on Agenda of April 15th
mechanism of, need instructions for
no further drawings for
Quod Severis Metes in lead, on Agenda of April 15th
"quod severis" model for
RH agreeing to proceed with construction of
RH notes for Coles on completion of
as second priority
specifications for
suggestions for
tablet of
RH, Kearney, and MB efforts on
RH to complete sketches of
Steinbraker's estimate seems high for
Tatti making rough casting in lead of
of Tennessee marble, Steinbraker's estimate for
Finderup, Holgar
Findley, Hugh, Institute of Horticulture, Columbia, and
Finelli, Philip
conference with RH on R Street entrance gates
ironwork proposal asked from
North Vista iron railing construction by
authorization for
installation of
railing for steps north of swimming pool by
is busy with
finials
Aquarius, limestone on order for
BF to go over with Coles regarding
for Box Terrace
drawing of location on pier
cut in limestone as Aquia Greek (Creek) not available
D terrace, south side
finishing
made in fruit
polychroming of
and quatrefoil gate
dummied, asked about
for Fountain Terrace piers between Herb Garden
for gates
Luciani detailing flowers at top of full size model of
between terraces D-E
for Herb Garden
balcony
for Herbaceous Border Mr. Yew seat
lead, estimate for two railings with handwrought leaves and
for Museum gates, Coles and improvements in shape of
for North Vista
4th should be finished and in place by now
clay models for
dummies to be made for
end of, RH outline of estimates for work on
gates, MB wanting to see in place
large corner piers and low piers, estimate needed for
limestone on order for
MB on arched opening in walls and
models, small-scale and full-size working drawings for
potential of RH designs for
in progress
RH sketches and dummies for
RH to deal directly with RP on
schedule for installation of
Steinbraker contract for
Steinbraker's estimate for
for Orangery
awning support
for Orchard or Orchard Hill
arbor above seat
Quod Severis, Coles halting work on
service entrance gate
"palm trees" model for
RH invoice Oct. 1 to Nov. 30, 1940 for
on service gates north and south of Museum
for south wall of flower garden
MB and BF to discuss
MB to finish or not?
no decision made for
for terrace E
lead bookcase
for Terrior swing
for Urn Terrace
mock-up
Fink, Frances S. (Mrs. Nathan H.)
Finley, David. See also National Gallery of Art
to ask BF on National Gallery plantings
BF on arranging time with JT and
BF scheduling Jan. 17 DO visit and time with
Bryce met with regarding daffodil order
DO surplus plants and
JT prodding for response to daffodil order
no control over ordering procedure at National Gallery by
opening of DO research library and museum and
postcards for DO and
not contacted regarding
fire pumps, Indian
BF account of payment for
Hosea Waterer invoice for
fires
of 1704, deeds for DO and
Bar Harbor, Maine
BF on
future of town and
IMS's description of
Mrs. Young's rain water tank moved to Reef Point after
on Mount Desert Island
Reef Point and
to carry on with gratitude and courage after
gratitude for Blisses' cable regarding
intact after
plants protected over winter for neighbors after
relief to hear direct news about
RP's losses due to
gratitude for Blisses' card regarding
sectional plans for Reef Point Gardens and
fireweed, RH asking MB what is?
Firmianu simplin. See also Sterculia platanifolia
R Street, front of house
First Book of Grasses (Chase)
delay in publication of
not received by Sweeney
order for
Sweeney on acquiring
The First Fifty Years of the Arnold Arboretum
marked X (fair)
First the Flower, Then the Fruit (Lucas)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Fisher, Franklin L., request to photograph DO by, refused
Fisher, Geary
Fisher, Howard T.
Fisher, Margaret W.
Fitch Kelley, William, Mrs.
League of Republican Women benefit tour at DO and
Fithian, Anne
BF and Thorne suspect illness of
Duane's death and
health and energy of
better than has been in years
much improvement in
missing MB's presence in Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara Botanic Garden and
on alien plants garden for
on BF talk at
on BF's election to Board of Trustees
decisions with BF on new building by
flower arrangements for Blaksley Library opening by
on future of, statement by
on home tour for
library window placement in new building and
MB concern on advancing age of
member renewal efforts of
new building plans and
new plans approved by
staking off entrance road and parking lot
on tree removal
unclear about MB's promise for salary support for
urged BF to make clear to Van Rensselaer of possible closing
as Van Rensselaer supporter
Fitzgerald, Georgia
Fitzgibbon, Agnes (painter). See Traill, Catherine Parr Strickland
Fitzhugh, George
Cannibals All! or, Slaves without Masters
Fiume Brenta (Costa). See Delle delicie del fiume Brenta: espresse ne'palazzi e casini situati sopra le sue sponde dalla sboccatura nella laguna di Venezia fino alla città di Padova
flagging and flag stones. See also paving; stepping stones
in Green Garden, combined with ground cover
design approved, cost to be submitted with drawings for
sketches for, to be started
between men's dressing room and pool
for Orangery, north side of
plantings between, on North Vista's north bay, p.39
for SBBG, as major priority, construction estimate for
for Swimming Pool and Loggia
between men's dressing room and pool
flavors, at Morton Arboretum
Flemer, Mr., of Princeton Nurseries
Flemwell, George
Alpine flowers and plants
marked X (fair)
Fletcher (H. E.) Granite Co., Inc.
Fletcher, Ifan Kyrle (bookseller)
The Compleat Gard'ner (La Quintinie) invoice
The Parks, Promenades and Gardens of Paris (Robinson)
ordered from
received from
titles received at Reef Point and sent to DO
Les Fleurs de pleine terre (Vilmorin-Andrieux et cie)
marked X (fair)
Les Fleurs des Alpes… (Robert)
received by MxF Memorial Library
Fleurs et montagnes
marked X (fair)
Flint, Martha Borkee
A garden of simples
marked X (fair)
flip-flap. See Catalogue House, displays on whirligig
floods and flooding. See also hurricanes; rain; storm damage
in California
of DO basements
in DO Park
MB on misery caused by
Flora, ouero, Cvltvra di fiori (Ferrari)
marked XX (good)
Flora, seu, de florum cultura, or, A complete florilege: furnished with all the requisites belonging to a florist (Rea)
BF recommends DO buy
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
IMS checking on which title does DO own?
IMS order for
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
ordered from Staack
received from Edwards
received from Staack
shipped to DO by Staack
Flora and Sylva (3 vol. journal, publ. from 1903-1905)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Staack
received from Staack
shipped to DO by Staack
Flora Argentina (Hieronymus). See Plantas diafóricas: flora Argentina: plantas medicinales, alimenticias ó de alguna otra utilidad…
Flora of Colorado (Rydberg)
marked X (fair)
Flora of the Alps (Bennett)
marked XX (good)
Flora of the District of Columbia and Vicinity (Hitchcock and Standley)
BF recommends DO buy
DO has copy of
Flora of the southern United States: containing an abridged description of the flowering plants and ferns of Tennessee, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida (Chapman)
3rd ed., in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Flora of the Unicorn Tapestries (Alexander and Woodward)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Flora padovana; ossia, Prospetto floristico e fitogeografico delle piante vascolari … (Béquinot)
Flora padovana; ossia, Prospetto floristico e fitogeografico delle piante vascolari … (Béquinot)
may contain information on Cattrani
Floral Guide (Paxton)
to support Sweeney-guided tours
Floral World and Garden Guide (19 vols. over 23 years)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Mrs. Clark's custody
with prints in color
Floras of different countries ? (Goodale)
Flore d'Oware-et-de-Benin, en Afrique (Palisot-de-Beauvois)
June 1949 list
received from Miss Kramer
La flore jardinière: contenant la description de toutes les plantes, tant indigènes qu'exotiques, cultivées en France… (Bastien)
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
Florentine Villas (Ross)
marked XX (good)
Florilegium (Collaert)
in Hunt collection, does DO also own?
De florum cultura libri IV (Ferrari)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
MB selection of
Flower and fruit prints of the 18th and early 19th centuries: their history, makers and uses, with a catalogue raisonné of the works in which they are found (Dunthorne)
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
in Mrs. Clark's custody
with prints in color
Flower and vase (Lamplugh)
marked X (fair)
Flower Arrangement (Averell)
in Sweeney's office
Flower Books and their Illustrators, An Exhibition Arranged for the National Book League (Blunt)
received by MxF Memorial Library
Flower decoration in the house (Jekyll)
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
The flower garden (Sanders)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Sept. 1948
The Flower Garden Day by Day (King)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
ordered from Fiedler
The Flower Garden displayed in about 400 curious representations of the most beautiful flowers (Furber)
marked XX (good)
Flower grouping in English, Scotch & Irish gardens (Waterfield)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
forwarded to DO from Reef Point
June 1949 list
ordered from Thorp
with prints in color
received at DO
Sept. 1948
Flower Grower Magazine
flower pots. See also tubbed pots
Italian and Chinese, bought for Reef Gardens
Flower Show. See also Baltimore Flower Show
Bryce's lack of enthusiasm for
flowers. See also bulbs; seeds; specific species
for April and May Catalogue House display panels, Sweeney compilation of
blooming schedule
Sweeney on need for
Sweeney's list of
for British scented garden for the blind
for Byzantine Garden
cut, RP and Bryce making lists of
French book catalogues as potential source for pictures of
growing of
for hospitals, 1944-45 budget and
over-production of, as budget item
quantity for 1944
native North American, Sweeney notes on calling attention to
native vs. introduced
Sweeney welcoming talk references to
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Flowers and ferns in their haunts (Wright)
marked X (fair)
The Flowers and Gardens of Japan (Du Cane and Du Cane)
bought for DO by BF
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
ordered from Fiedler
with prints in color
received from Fiedler
Flowers for cutting (Phillips)
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
Flowers for cutting and decoration (Wright)
marked X (fair)
Flowers from the upper Alps (Walton)
marked X (fair)
Flowers in winter (Synge)
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
June 1949 list
Flowers of Field, Hill, and Swamp (Creevey)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Flowers of Hawaii (Frear and McLean)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
with prints in color
in Sweeney's office
Flowers of mountain and plain (Clements)
marked XX (good)
Focillon (Henri) Scholar at DO, report of work by
Focillon, Elizabeth
BF visit with
Jeffries's visit with
Focillon, Henri
BF unable to listen to recorded lectures of
BF visit with
DO lecture featured in Magazine of Art
as DORL Scholarly Committee member
Dumbarton Oaks Conference of Nov. 1940 and
illness of
Jeffries's visit with
residency at DO and
MB asked to be patron for exhibition honoring
Palais des États de Bourgogne exhibition honoring
sailing from Brazil to U.S. during World War II
Focillon, Victor (engraver)
Focillon Fellow of the French Government
Foerster Committee, MB asking MxF for suggestions for
Fogg, John Milton
Weeds of lawn and garden: a handbook for eastern temperate North America
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Fogg Museum. See also Sachs, Paul J.
BF lecture at Harvard and
accepting invitation
postponing
Library, lending MB books on El Greco
secretary provides contact information for MB
(Bill) Tyler on staff of
Foley, Dale J.
on Reef Point Board of Directors
The folk lore of plants (Dyer)
marked XX (good)
Fondation Jacquemart-Andre, Paris, Blisses' letter of introduction for Sessions to
Fontaine, Pierre François Léonard
Choix des plus celebres maisons de Plaisance de Rome et de Ses environs (with Percier)
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XXX (excellent)
suggested for DO
Fontaines et Jets D'Eau, desinnés d'aprés les plus beaux lieux d'Italie (Fanelli)
accept if satisfactory after inspection
June 1949 list
offered by Staack if MB approves
received at DO
La Fontana di Italia
marked X (fair)
Fontane de Roma (Colonna)
received by MxF Memorial Library
Fontane de Roma (Falda)
BF suggests for DO Garden Library
DO does not have
Le fontane di Roma nelle piazze e lvoghi pvblici della città (Rossi)
marked XXX (excellent)
Le fontane d'Italia (Colasanti)
June 1949 list
received at DO
Foote, Harriet Risley
Mrs. Foote's Rose Book
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
Forbes, Arthur Holland
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
Forbes, Edward W.
as DORL Executive Committee member
on Harvard Committee to administer DO
on missing Blisses during last visit by
new sculpture gallery and
opening of DO research library and museum and
as reference to Blisses of Fisher
Forbes, Sunny (Mrs. Alex)
wanting article on DO for Vogue
Forest Flora of Japan (Sargent)
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
marked XXX, owned by DO and Arnold Arboretum
received at DO
suggested for DO
The forest giant (Le Corbeau, trans. by T. E. Lawrence)
Forest Scenery. See Gilpin, William S.
The Forest Trees of New England (Leavitt)
marked X (fair)
Forestry, U.S. Department of. See United States Department of Forestry
Forgetmenot and lily of the valley (Baring)
marked X (fair)
forget-me-nots
Chinese, arrangements at Casa Dorinda with
on Mélisande's Allée, p.32
white and blue, at Reef Point
The formal garden in England (Blomfield and Thomas)
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
in Sweeney's office
Formal Gardens in England and Scotland (Triggs)
BF recommends DO buy
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XXX (excellent)
in Sweeney's office
Forsey, Edwin, Mr. and Mrs.
Forsyth, Joseph
Italy
marked X (fair)
No. 217 in Staack catalogue
BF recommends DO buy
sent to DO from Staack
Forsyth, William
A treatise on the culture and management of fruit trees; in which a new method of pruning and training is fully described
BF recommends DO buy from Staack
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
MB selection of
received from Staack
gratitude for DO Conferences on Byzantine art
Forsythia
blooming by
on DO residence walls, p.46
in full bloom
gift of 100 plants to Francis Scott Key School
appreciation for
from Blisses
glorious showing by
request for
hybrid, grown at Reef Point
inadequate in spring 1947
JT on beauty in spring of
along kitchen gate path to R St. exit, p.47
north of enclosed yard, p.25
on path to paint house from Mrs. Clark's path, p. 26
between R Street wall and driveway in clumps, p.47
Sweeney welcoming talk references to
forsythia arch. See also Forsythia Circle; forsythia gate; forsythia hollow; forsythia seats; forsythia steps; Forsythia walk
awaiting F. S. D. for
Caroline and William platform seats and
clarifying inscription details for
design and
inscription for
cartouche and pediment, final drawings to be sent
cartouche cut, benches finished, and bird bath placed
cartouche cut, benches finished, but bird bath placement?
Coles asked about stalled work on
design questions
as entrance to the park
inscription and gate materials for
inscriptions for each side of
MB awaiting designs for
RH suggestions for
forsythia bank
as representative photo of DO gardens
forsythia border
plantings on knoll west of frameyard around path and along fence to, p.30
Forsythia Circle
bird bath in, Doria group and
inscriptions for outer rim of
Forsythia duspensa
north of house from copse east and including terraces A-E
Forsythia fortuneii
Sweeney seeking N.Y. Botanical Garden print of
forsythia gate. See also forsythia arch; forsythia hollow; forsythia seats; forsythia steps; Forsythia walk
Blisses on most promising sketches for
Coles on snag in construction of
Davis on not finishing by October
dummies for
Havey reworking design with broken pediment for
inscriptions for pediment of
completed?
not completed
RH invoice Oct. 1 to Nov. 30, 1940 for
turned over to Coles
two sketches for
lock for
iron worker to finish
RH invoice Oct. 1 to Nov. 30, 1940 for
MB awaiting designs for
monogram, reduction in size of
cost for
notes on no suggestions for decorations for
painting of
MB on
put in place and looks well as does RH's lock
as second priority
submitted for MB approval
two designs in iron, McLaughlin to execute, but which?
forsythia hollow. See also forsythia arch; forsythia gate; forsythia seats; forsythia steps; Forsythia walk
BF first report to Harvard on DO grounds policy and
long-term care plan for
Forsythia intermedia
32nd Street border, south side
border forsythia
on Box Ellipse walk overlooking Catalogue Knoll, p.40
on Crabapple Hill
on Crabapple Hill, p.43
at Director's house and terrace, p.33
east along walk between R St. wall and 31st St. entrance, p.19
East Lawn, incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
East Lawn, Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
from entrance gate to Terrior Column, right side, p.52
from entrance steps west, p.47
from garage court to Ellipse, p.38
hanging over wall from Copse, p.22
Hillside back and east of greenhouse and west to spring
on North Vista's north bay, east and west sides of, p.39
over entrance doors and on steps, p.47
R Street, front of house
on slope between Superintendent's Cottage and Fellow's Quarters, p.27
for south front underplanted with ivy
at south lawn edge, p.52
from steps at foot of bird walk to forsythia walk
from steps at foot of bird walk to forsythia walk, p.31
at Superintendent's Cottage, p.29
at Superintendent's Cottage and around conservatory/Orangery
from Terrior Column to entrance gate, right side, p.51
forsythia seats. See also forsythia arch; forsythia gate; forsythia hollow; forsythia steps; Forsythia walk
clarifying inscription details for
Coles asked about cutting of
drawings of
alphabet lettering
kidney-shaped wood bench
seat II in wood
stone bench
as first priority
lettering accepted as drawn for
new position for
old, of Maple knoll, planting near
path to Unicorn Lady from
RH to design paving for
Terza Rime (Tezzerini) copy for inscription on
Terza Rime for inscriptions on
Forsythia spectabilis
S. D. No. 40
forsythia steps
line of the road, paved walk and
Forsythia suspensa
in Beech Terrace, p.44
from Beech Terrace to Loggia, p.44
Cockylocky
in the Copse, p.36
East Lawn
East Lawn, incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
plant listings
Rose Garden
R Street, front of house
between R Street wall and driveway, p.48
in Rose Garden, p.41
in Rose Garden, p.42
on terrace B (Urn Terrace), p.35
on terrace B south of steps, p.34
from terrace D's south gate to Orangery, p.50
weeping forsythia
Cockylocky
East Lawn
Front Lawn
Forsythia viridissima
Forsythia walk. See also forsythia arch; forsythia gate; forsythia seats; forsythia steps
early thoughts of
marble benches on, source of inscriptions on
plantings for
plantings to bird walk steps from
Forty Years of Landscape Architecture - Central Park: History and Design (Olmsted Jr. and Kimball eds.)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Forty Years of Landscape Architecture - Early Years (Olmsted Jr. and Kimball eds.)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
Foster, Caroline
Foulis, T. N.
The book of sundials and their mottoes
marked X (fair)
Founder's Room. See also Denison, Isabel; Willgoose, Rose A.
additions to Reef Point copy of list of books in
BF wanting know what is happening in?
BF wanting to know which room this is?
books received at Reef Point for
bookshelves being installed in
cataloguer working in
fabric for
sketches needed for
wall
Flore d'Oware-et-de-Benin, en Afrique (Palisot-de-Beauvois) added to
Garden Library in
Harvard Library Bulletin article on collection in
MB needs opinion on books for
MB trying to systematize matters in
as ongoing
panelling measurements for?
rare books in
Satie works in
Sweeney cooperating with work in
Sweeney on titles received for
titles added since June 1949 to rare books in
Willgoose as cataloguer of books in
may need boosting from trained cataloguer
"The Founders Room Library at Dumbarton Oaks" (Clark)
received by MxF Memorial Library
Fountain Terrace
and arbor, photograph of, for postcard
avoided frost after driving rain
to be undiminished in horticultural beauty and elegance
bench and canopy on Fountain Terrace and Rose Garden landing
Chrysanthemum plantings
dogwood for south wall vases
finials
flowers for
flowers in, BF first report to Harvard on DO grounds policy
fountains for
gate, addition of scrolls and black-out panel for
Jack-in-the-pulpit for south wall vases
long-term care plan for flowers of
paving in, BF on design and
photograph of
for Landscape Architecture article
for postcard
plans for
planting in, study of for long-term garden policy
planting plans
1956
1959
postcard featuring
as promising
spared from rain and frost damage
steps
Trillium, lady's slipper and skunk cabbage for south wall vases
tulip orders
BF review for Bryce of order for
Bryce's changes to
changes to
tulips for
view looking north
view looking northeast
view looking northwest
view looking south
view looking southeast
view of planting layout
visitor damage from walking through
walls for
plans
fountains
Arbor Terrace
pool
baroque shell, to west of loggia, as representative photo of DO gardens
Bosquet, photograph of, for postcard
Bowling Green/Alley, terra cotta vases could be placed at
East Lawn, Gothic Garden
Ellipse
central pool before Provencal fountain in Box Ellipse
Griswold pool and overlook
metal fountain with walls and moat
Provençal in
Fanelli and Colasanti seem best for
Fountain Terrace
view looking north
view looking northeast
view looking northwest
view looking south
Gouvert, at Bowling Green
Herb Garden
lead, as mute subject
Lilac Circle
Abalone shell not satisfactory for
shell not feasible for
Lovers' Lane
at Meridian House, RH progress on
Mother-of-Pearl, Coles's work on
for representative photo of DO gardens
sketch with bird bath
for Swimming Pool and Loggia
horseshoe steps
inspiration for
mock-ups for
tennis court
Doria basin and pedestal for merchild for
elevation for
job expense record for
plan for
section for
terrace D
coping
plan of pool
pool paving
water jets
terrace E
designs for wall fountain
fountain pool
paving plan under arbor
plan of pool in E arbor
reliefs
on wall at swimming pool, as representative photo of DO gardens
Wisteria Arbor, source of inscription on
Fouquier, Marcel
De l'art des Jardins du XV au XX siecle
BF recommends DO buy
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered by BF from
ordered to be sent to Sweeney at DO
Sweeney on receiving
Des divers styles de jardins: modèles de grandes et petites résidences: sur l'art décoratif des jardins: jardins européens et jardins orientaux (with Duchêne)
marked X (fair)
marked XX (good)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
"Four Elements" monochrome in red from copperplate
The Four Gardens (Handasyde)
marked X (fair)
received by MxF Memorial Library
Four hedges; a gardener's chronicle (Leighton)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Woodburn
received by MxF Memorial Library
received from Woodburn
Four Horsemen, MB on
Four Power Conference (1944). See also Washington Conversations on International Organization
at DO, scholastic year mechanics and
Four seasons in your garden (Wister)
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
Fowls of the Air (Long)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Fox, Helen Morgantheau
About garden books, old and new
marked X (fair)
Garden Cinderellas
marked X (fair)
Gardens to see in travels abroad
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Fox, Milton
Griswold manuscript and
Ross book on Byzantine enamels and
Fox, William Logan
on Rush letter to Gilpin, Jan. 22, 1834
Foxtail
in whirligig display
Fragaria
P. H. No. 139
Fragaria chilosensis. See also snakeberry
from DO residence front entrance to Orangery, p.46
on North Vista, near first steps to lawn, p.39
in upper kitchen garden (former cutting garden)
in upper kitchen garden (former cutting garden), p.21
Fragaria virginiana
P. H. No. 138
Fragments on the theory and practice of landscape gardening (Repton and Repton)
BF recommends DO buy
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
MB on ordering from Quaritch
offered by Quaritch in London
received at DO
Shillaber's comments on
Fragrance, Garden of, for the Blind
in Brighton, England, article on
in Brooklyn, New York
design sent to Radcliffe College of
DO paid RP's bill for
Garden Club of America Bulletin article on
general plan and section for, sent to MB
to go in old Frame Yard
of herbs, in Egypt, Massachusetts
as inactive RH project
Lady Rowan's research in England for
in Lafayette Park, Los Angeles
MB hoping RP has told BF of
RP design for
RP interest in
fragrances
garden design for
at Morton Arboretum
The fragrant path; a book about sweet scented flowers and leaves (Wilder)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Fiedler
frameyard. See also cold frames
Bryce against suppressing of
construction drawing for cold frames
Kearney on changes to
large tulip tree in
old, Byzantine Garden to replace
old, Garden for the Blind to replace
planting on wall separating kitchen garden from, p.20
plantings on knoll west of, around path and along fence to Forsythia Border, p.30
France. See also St. Brice, France, Pavillon Colombe at
as common cause for Beatrice to work with MB on
landscape architecture society in
during World War II
American troops are in Paris!
Friends of, Blisses involvement with
Giraud and
hand-carried letters from
liberation of Paris
MB on armed Germans in
occupied, Tylers in
Francis, Mary Evans
The Book of Grasses
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
Francis Scott Key School
100 forsythia plants as gift to
from Blisses
glorious showing by
PTA chair's appreciation for
request for
Francoa at Casa Dorinda
nicotines to be removed from
Francoa ramosa
seeds order
unable to obtain seeds for
Frank, Carol Ewing
as DO Garden Scholarship recipient in 1959
Franklin, Benjamin
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, a Restoration of a "Fair Copy" (Farrand)
details of when sent to DO
given to Reef Point and to Jesup Memorial Library, Bar Harbor
ordered for MB
publication announcement
Memoirs (Farrand, ed.)
details of when sent to DO
given to Reef Point and to Jesup Memorial Library, Bar Harbor
ordered for MB
publication announcement
MxF's book on
BF and
BF on finishing of
BF on Le Viellard manuscript and
Le Viellard manuscript and
writing of
writing of, as sign of better health for MxF
Franklinia
white, for Arbor Terrace
Franklinia altamaha
East Lawn, incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
Frantz, M. Alison
expense report sent to MB
Frauendorfer, Alfred (bookseller)
Fraxinus
between R Street wall and driveway, p.47
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Fraxinus americana
Nos. 34, 62, and 71
Nos. 140-142, 152
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
T.D. No. 41
Fraxinus americana alba
Nos. 13, 19, 21, and 31
Fraxinus nigra
No. 4
Fraxinus ornus
T.D. No. 42, flowers only
Fraxinus pennsylvanica
between R Street wall and driveway, p.47
Fraxinus pennsylvanica lanceolata
green ash
for Apple Orchard and arbor
Fraxinus pennsylvanicum
R Street, front of house
Frazier, Mr., RB and visit with Paul Sachs by
Frear, Mary Dillingham
Flowers of Hawaii (with McLean)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
with prints in color
in Sweeney's office
Fred S. Gichner Iron Works, Inc.
rail for steps north of swimming pool estimate by
Free, Montague
All About House Plants
in Sweeney's office
Free Library of Philadelphia
Freeman, Margaret B.
Herbs for the Mediaeval Household
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Mrs. Clark's custody
Freeman-Mitford, A. B.
Bamboo garden
marked X (fair)
Freesia
BF account of payment for
for Blisses' winter residence in Washington
Elder's Giant white
Golden Giant
Maryon
increased order from Waterer for
"Freezing the Flight of the Hummingbirds", National Geographic Magazine
freight. See shipping
French and Company, Inc.
BF purchase of tapestry from
as supplier of verdure tapestries
French book catalogues
Fulkerson as potential source for
French châteaux open to the public (Holden and Dutton)
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XXX and owned by Arnold Arboretum
suggested for DO
French gardens, as style
Freund (Lothar A.) Ironworks
R Street entrance gates and
contract for construction of
cost summary and installation schedule for
cost summary for alterations to
expects construction to be complete on schedule
final measurements taken for
ironwork proposal from
Friderich, Madame
Wharton personal items for BF and
Friend, A. M., Jr.
on DO's Byzantine glass lamp
invitation to Blisses for 1952 Symposium at DO
on Jean Seznec and Liszt book
on support for Tardo
Friend, Albert A.
name of MB's bookbinder sent to
RH sharing office space with
Friends of France, Blisses' involvement with
Friends of the Huntington Library
Bliss member renewal and book order
Bliss member renewal noted on
gifts to, on MxF's death
MB check for member renewal in
MB on delightful launch of
MB pleased with MxF's report on
member renewal
and report to the members
MxF appreciating Blisses commendation on report of
on using Bliss name in initial invitations to
Fritillaria
Bu. No. 16 (various sorts)
between Terrace D and reflecting pool, p.29
Fritillaria imperialis
Bu. No. 12-12A (two prints)
Fritillaria meleagris
Bu. No. 13
Bu. No. 14 (small print)
Bu. No. 15 (single flower)
frogs, Stover on title of book on
From China to Khamti Long (Ward)
marked X (fair)
From Forest to Furniture (Sherwood)
as resource for Sweeney's garden tour talks
front door
benches and seats for
coping at, dummy to be prepared for
daffodils ordered for naturalizing near
inadequacy of paved space between Orangery and
large box on either side of
are dying
replacement of, will need study
large marker plants at steps to
path from Orangery to
to be widened
should be broadened
paving and wall
photograph of
for Landscape Architecture article
library and, for postcard
for postcard
plantings along 32nd Street border, south side
plantings along R Street
plantings from Orangery to , p.46
plantings over, p.47
RH on inscriptions for
south front lintel, BF notes on no suggestions for
tablets at
cleaning proposals for
wording for and design of
urns by
could be replaced
submerged in boxwood background
wall around south parking space opposite
frost. See also storm damage
herbaceous border battering by
The Fruit, the Seed and the Soil (Innes)
received by MxF Memorial Library
fruit trees
at Casa Dorinda, pruning of
early thoughts of plantings of
espaliered, for North Vista along walls
Fruits of the Earth (Lucas)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
Sweeney purchase of
in Sweeney's office
Fry, Charles
The English Cottage (with Batsford)
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
June 1949 list
received at DO
Fry, Walter
Big Trees (with White)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
fuchsia
at Casa Dorinda
cuttings of
nicotines to be removed from
pink and white, on north arcade of Loggia
Fülck, Joh. David
Allerhand Neu Nagel und Bindwerck nach der Architectur eingetheillt…
offered by L'Art Ancien S.A. Zurich
Neue Garten Lust, oder Völliges Ornament, so bey Anleung neuer Lust-und Blumengäten…
offered by L'Art Ancien S.A. Zurich
Fülcken, Johann David
Garten lust oder völlages ornament
Myers's estimate for restoration of
notes on Myers's repairs for
misplaced catalogue card for
Fulkerson, Mary
gift of cruet and flower glasses to BF and
MB hopes that she is ‘reviving' in Calif.
stencil letters and French book catalogues request of
stencil letters for Sweeney
Fuller, Andrew S.
Practical forestry…
received by MxF Memorial Library
Fullerton, Alice
To Persia for flowers
marked X (fair)
Funkia. See also Hosta coerula
east along walk between R St. wall and 31st St. entrance, p.19
East Lawn
from Terrior Column to entrance gate, right side, p.51
white, RH agreeing with MB on
Furber, Robert
The Flower Garden displayed in about 400 curious representations of the most beautiful flowers
marked XX (good)
furniture. See garden furniture