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P Street neighbor, asking to tour DO gardens
Paaw (or Pauw), Peter
Hortus Publicus Academiae Lug-Duno-Batavae
Quimby (Quinby?) curious about
Pachysandra
northwest of Mrs. Clark's cottage, p.26
Pachysandra terminalis
in the Copse, p.37
from entrance gate to Terrior Column, right side, p.52
between greenhouse side door and road, p.38
Pack, Arthur Newton
The Nature Almanac (with Palmer)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Paderewski, Ignacy Jan, MB on "slough of despond over"
Paeonia. See also peonies
P. H. No. 233 (pink peony)
from terrace D's south gate to Orangery, p.50
Paeonia albiflora
on Box Ellipse walk overlooking Catalogue Knoll, p.40
Paeonia albiflora x var.
on walk between cutting garden and Box Walk, p.40
Paeonia Festiva and Queen Victoria
P. H. No. 234
Paeonia mlokosewitschii
at Reef Point
Paeonia moutan
salmon colored tree peony
Paeonia officinalis
Cockylocky
common peony
Cockylocky
East Lawn
Paeonia sinensis
P. H. No. 235
Paeonia suffruticosa
Cockylocky
from terrace D's south gate to Orangery, p.50
tree peony
Cockylocky
East Lawn
tree peony (Sweeney not sure about)
Paeonia willmottiae
at Reef Point
"A Pagan's Prayer", who is author of?
Pages From a Garden Notebook (King)
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
ordered from Fiedler
paint. See also ironwork; polychroming
colors being worked on
colors unsatisfactory, others considered
samples of, put aside due to other challenges
for various garden units, urgency of
paint house under Superintendent's cottage, plantings on path from Mrs. Clark's path to, p.26
Pajaros Nuestros (Burghi, poems)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Palais des États de Bourgogne
Focillon exhibition of Nov. 1955 in
Palazzo Medici Riccardi (Firenze, Italy), photographs of pebble mosaic in courtyard of
Palisot-de-Beauvois
Flore d'Oware-et-de-Benin, en Afrique
June 1949 list
received from Miss Kramer
Palmate leaves for quatrefoil gate ironwork for terrace D
Palmer, Arnold
Recording Britain, Vol. IV
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
Palmer, E. Laurence
The Nature Almanac (with Pack)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
nature pamphlet series by
Palmer, Pauline
on eye surgery for Mrs. Cantacuzene
on Madame Cantacuzene's sight
Palmstierna, C. F.
Palomar Observatory. See also Hale, George
hope for the future and
landscaping for
progress report on landscaping wanted for
Pampas grass, in angle of south wall of kitchen garden
pamphlet, descriptive, of DO. See booklet, descriptive, of DO
Pancratium fragrans
plants wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
panelling, measurements of
panels
for Herb Garden
mock-ups for
for Swimming Pool and Loggia
drawings and paintings by Allyn Cox
study sketches for arches
for terrace E
before lead bullrushes
lead lotus for bookcase arch
for Wisteria Arbor
A panorama of rural England (Turner)
received by MxF Memorial Library
pansies
Apricot seeds
Bryce to review/approve of order to, then place
Golden Yellow seeds
Gt. Yellow Golden seeds
Heavenly Blue seeds
Kennedy's Long Stemmed Imp. Gts. Mxd. seeds
King of Blacks seeds
Lord Beaconsfield seeds
Roggli Elite seeds
seed bought for Bryce in second half of 1944
in separate colors, to be sown summer of 1922
Snow Queen seeds
Swiss Giant Mixed seeds
Ullswater seeds
Waterer's A-1, invoice for
Waterer's Exhibition seeds
white, seeds
Pansies, violas, and violets (Cuthbertson)
marked X (fair)
"Panurge dans L'ile des Lanterns"
monochrome in red from copperplate
Papaver nudicaule
P. H. No. 236
Papaver orientale
P. H. No. 237
Papillons Exotiques (Cramer and Stoll)
June 1949 list
Papworth, John Buonarotti
Hints on Ornamental Gardening
marked XX (good)
paradichlorobenzene, carbon tetrachloride and, for fumigation
BF note on
Paradisi in sole paradisus terrestris (Parkinson)
BF on Phytanthoza Iconographia vs.
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
MB glad for BF's report on
MB selection of
MB unfamiliar with bibliographic requirements of
offered by Quaritch in London
price of
as potential for DO Garden Library
received from Staack
requiring proper housing
sent to DO
sent to Reef Point and then to DO
sought for DO library
Parcs et jardins (Péan)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Parcs et jardins. See L'art des jardins: traité général de la composition des parcs et jardins
Les parcs et jardins au commencement du xxe siècle (Vacherot)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
The Parish of All Hallows, Barking
received by MxF Memorial Library
Part I, London County Council, Survey of London, Vol. XII
Part II, London County Council, Survey of London, Vol. XV
The Parish of Bromley-by-Bow
London County Council, Survey of London, Vol. I
received by MxF Memorial Library
The Parish of Chelsea, Parts I-4, London County Council, Survey of London, Vols. II, IV, VII, and XI
received by MxF Memorial Library
The Parish of Hammersmith, London County Council, Survey of London, Vol. VI
received by MxF Memorial Library
The Parish of St. Giles-in-the-Fields
Part I, London County Council, Survey of London, Vol. III
received by MxF Memorial Library
Part II, London County Council, Survey of London, Vol. V
received by MxF Memorial Library
The Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch
London County Council, Survey of London, Vol. VIII
received by MxF Memorial Library
The Parish of St. Margaret, Westminster
Part II, London County Council, Survey of London, Vol. XIII
received by MxF Memorial Library
Part III, London County Council, Survey of London, Vol. XIV
received by MxF Memorial Library
The Parish of St. Margaret, Westminster, Part I
London County Council, Survey of London, Vol. X
received by MxF Memorial Library
The Parish of St. Martin-in-the-Field
received by MxF Memorial Library
Part I (Charing Cross), London County Council, Survey of London, Vol. XVI
Part II (The Strand), London County Council, Survey of London, Vol. XVIII
Part III (Trafalgar Square and Neighborhood), London County Council, Survey of London, Vol. XX
Der Park von Muskau: für Freunde der Landschaftgärtnerei und den Fremden zum Wegweiser (Petzold)
BF recommends DO buy
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XX (good)
Parke-Bernet Galleries
auction catalogue, Rosenthal sending MB copy of
sending volume to MB
Parker, Bertha Morris
Seeds and Seed Travels
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
with prints in color
Parker, John
parking space or area
at Dumbarton Oaks
border of, to be winter work
box around, is very stringy
Davis and stone curbing for
near front door, BF on stone wall around
for present consideration and not postponement
Ralph to measure dimensions of
urns removed from
visitors to DO gardens and
at Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
Board finding funding for
boulder and
Bullard's questions on construction of
under construction
County Road Commissioners and construction of
description of
design of
headway with
as major priority, construction estimate for
MB funds likely not needed for
Planning Committee on
planning for
profile for
staking off
Parkinson, John
Paradisi in sole paradisus terrestris (herbal)
BF on Phytanthoza Iconographia vs.
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
MB glad for BF's report on
MB selection of
MB unfamiliar with bibliographic requirements of
offered by Quaritch in London
offered by Rosenthal
as potential for DO Garden Library
Quaritch price for
received from Staack
requiring proper housing
sent to DO
sent to Reef Point and then to DO
sought for DO library
Theatrum botanicum: the theater of plants
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XXX and owned by Arnold Arboretum
suggested for DO
Parks, a manual of municipal and county parks compiled as a result of a nation-wide study of municipal and county parks
Sweeney's 1948 research on
The parks, promenades, & gardens of Paris, described and considered in relation to the wants of our own cities, and the public and private gardens (Robinson)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Fletcher
received at DO
Parkyn's 1797 aquatint of Mount Vernon by
Paronychia argentea, at Reef Point
parrot needle-work
MB had hoped RH sketch would arrive before she sailed
Parshall, Mr., eucalyptus tree picture by
Sweeney's delight in
parsley, Waterer's Triple Curled
Parsons, Frances Theodora
According to season; talks about the flowers in the order of their appearance in the woods and fields
marked XX (good)
How to Know the Ferns
BF recommends DO buy
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
ordered by BF from Mass. Hort. Library
ordered from Lundberg
received from Lundberg
How to know the wild flowers: a guide to the names, haunts, and habits of our common wild flowers
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
IMS on extra copies of
ordered from Lundberg
Sweeney had two copies of
in Sweeney's office
Parsons, Samuel, Jr.
Landscape Gardening
marked X (fair)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
parterre. See also Arbor Garden or Terrace; tennis court
Ross and students interest in development of
tennis court
book of small photographs of progress of?
job expense record for
not going well
Parthenocissus. See Ampelopsis heterophylla
Parthenocissus quinquefolius
Virginia creeper
Parthenocissus tricuspada
Boston ivy
Fountain Terrace
Pas de Calais, as sill of the continent
Passe, Crispijn van de
Hortus floridus in quo rariorum & minus vulgarium florum icones ad vivam varamq[ue] formam accuratissime delineatae
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
Passiflora coerulea
Sweeney not sure about
Pastures New (Hutton)
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
paths. See also flagging and flag stones; paving; stepping stones; walks
across hillside, MB on
across North Clifton hillside
from Arbor Terrace to Orchard Hill
bluestone
north of Museum
north of North building
to Box Ellipse, cement and gravel for
between Box Walk and herbaceous border
broken bricks in
in DO Park, stepping stones for DO from
in DO Park, widening of
along the branch, MB on
under Bryce's supervision
clarifying for MB to JT on reasons for
Drury on accord with
Root and
staked out
along stream
from entrance drive to Orangery
flagged stone between men's dressing room and pool
between kitchen and flower garden, photograph of, for postcard
from Orangery to front door, should be broadened
Plum Walk with woman and blooming trees
at Reef Point, stone edgings for
for Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
to Library
Planning Committee on
section of Goat Trail
stone path through Crabapple Hill
through Cherry Hill
through gates past office, not centered next to new Museum
undermining of, by heavy rains
to Unicorn Lady from forsythia seats
Urn Terrace
brick
grass
view from Crabapple Hill towards pool
view looking north down Plum Walk
view looking north down Plum Walk with blooming trees
view looking south down Plum Walk
view of Plum Walk from Ellipse
Patten, Mr.
Meridian House fountain fabrication and
Patterson, Robert W.
after BF's death
on memorial service at Garland Farm
tribute to be published in A.S.L.A. quarterly and
Bar Harbor fire and losses of
gratitude for Blisses' card regarding
sectional plans for Reef Point Gardens and
BF account to Harvard and
comments on
half-yearly
BF as Consulting Landscape Gardener, Emerita and
BF perspective on
BF meeting in Boston with JT and
appointments for
JT approval of
should he join in?
BF on bulb orders to
BF on contributions to DO gardens by
BF on new team of RH, Kearney and
BF on report of DO beauty by
BF on schedule of
BF on Sweeney working with
as BF successor at DO gardens
BF to MB on working with
getting word to staff regarding
honorarium and title at DO for, BF and RP to set
honorarium for, to be separate from BF's
JT and MB agree to consulting by
JT pleased with work of
JT relying on BF's recommendations for
JT very satisfied with
laments distance to travel for
qualities in favor of
to relay Sweeney's comments to BF
three-way talks with JT, BF and
Bryce, and long letter sent from
Bryce communications with
JT on
plan for
bulb and seeds orders and
bulb orders and
card index of DO plants and
BF to ask for guidance to Sweeney by
BF wanting Sweeney's reaction to example card for
example card sent to Sweeney by
Sweeney on
collaboration with BF
MB missed second visit to DO by
as profitable for DO
reporting to JT and
as communication link between MB and BF
DO Garden Advisory Committee and
DO garden booklet and
DO Garden Center and
cool house conversion to
on discussion with JT on
DO garden maps for visitors and
DO landscape plans and drawings and
to be shipped to DO by
Sweeney needing to discuss cataloguing of
Sweeney's storage estimates for
DO planting record book and
BF suggestions on how to proceed with
plant lists and
reading pre-final copy of
review by
Goat Trail replacement steps and
Harvard account with, to be opened
herbaceous border and yew postcard
JT needs comments on Steinbraker's North Vista estimate from
JT on working with Kearney, RH and
misunderstanding MB's need to see draft drawings of
North Vista design discussions with BF
North Vista finials work by RH and
as Reef Point Board consultant
1947
1949
Reef Point Gardens and
on Board of Directors of
legal set-up for
legislation on
as packer and shipper of BF's landscape drawings and plans
as packer and shipper of DO negatives and prints
Reef Point Gardens' disposition and
discussions with James Foundation on
on end of gardens
forwarding Thorndike letter to MB on
on potential job in connection with
work on continuance of
Reef Point house remodeling and
much admiration for
RH not told of foundation poured for unknown feature by
RH on North Vista design with exit through walls and
scheduling. See Patterson, Robert W., scheduling
Sweeney meeting and discussing various issues with
Sweeney visit to Reef Point and
to visit Garden Centers
Patterson, Robert W., scheduling
1946, June visit to DO by
proposed dates for
what are dates for?
1946, May visit to DO by
BF and RP making agenda for
cover letter for agenda for
full agenda for
JT can't help with air transportation for
looking eagerly forward to
needs air transportation for
solitary walk by as first agenda item
1946, Nov. in Boston with JT and BF
1946, Oct. visit to Chicago by
1946, Oct. visit to DO by
Blisses and
dates for, if can see MB
lodging for
MB wants to coordinate with
planting record book and
1946, possibilities of?
1946, Sept. visit to DO by
to arrive on the 9th
with BF and RP agenda
instead of BF
jury duty will postpone
RP very pleased with
1947, April visit to DO by
Sweeney to meet with
1947, Boston meeting with BF
JT's notes to be conveyed during
1947, Jan. visit to DO by
looking forward to
Sweeney to meet with
1947, Oct. in Boston, with BF and JT
1947, Sept. visit to DO by
1948, May visit to DO by, BF to send messages via
1948, Sept. visit to DO by
1949, July visit to DO by
1949, June visit to DO by, Sweeney on activities of
1950, Oct., Sweeney needing time with
1955, Dec. in Boston with MB
1956, May at DO with Rapuano and MB
1946-47, winter visit to DO by, first thoughts on
JT's summer vacation 1946 and
Paul, Gilman d'Arcy, on Bartram first edition
Paul, Hope K. H.
Paul, William
The rose garden, offered by Rossignol
Paul L. Baruch, Inc.
Paulownia
near R St. wall, storm damage to
trimming of
Paulownia tomentosa
East Lawn, Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
between greenhouse side door and road, p.38
Hillside back and east of greenhouse and west to spring
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
No. 36
No. 81
no print of
Nos. 2, 102-103
Nos. 14, 22, 26, 36, 59
on path to paint house from Mrs. Clark's path, p. 26
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
seed stalks sent to Van Rensselaer of
received in good condition
by Sweeney
storm damage to
loss of top of
survival likely
at Superintendent's cottage and around conservatory/Orangery
from Terrior Column to entrance gate, right side, p.51
pavilion
for North Vista, rejected by BF, RH, and JT
Suleiman the Magnificent's, DO urged to purchase
Le Pavillon Colombe at St. Brice, France
Cezanne in library of
diagram of reflecting pool, sent by Edith to MB
MB sent pictures to BF of
obliteration of garden at
visiting Wharton at
paving. See also flagging and flag stones; paths; walks
for Arbor Garden or Terrace
on Agenda of April 15th
around sun dial, scrolls in
contractors and materials for
Earley Studio on
plans for sketches of
RH looking for source of material for
RH suggesting when to discuss
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
around Swimming Pool
horseshoe steps
bluestone path north of Museum
bluestone path north of North building
in Box Terrace
to be completed before Symposium
drawings completed for
no time for as yet
plans of
RH advising MB to accept Hughes estimate for
underway
in Byzantine Garden
contractors and materials for
Earley Studio on
RH collected samples for
in Catalogue House
Ellipse
walkways for
for forsythia seats, RH to design
at front door
in Green Garden, combined with ground cover
considerations to be discussed
design approved, cost to be submitted with drawings for
MB awaiting designs for
MB to send to Calif. sketches for, after reviewing
not necessary in 1945-46
possible to do in 1945-46?
should not delay indefinitely
sketches for, to be started
in Mélisande's Allée, Earley Studio on
in Museum Cortile
preliminary sketches for
various plans for
near Orangery
drawing of section through center line for walk
proposed for west end of
for visitor congregating
walk to A-B terrace wall
walkway north of
questions of, RP will address
stone samples returned to Harris
stones from DO Park walk for DO
for terrace B
for terrace D
fountain pool
for terrace E
plans under arbor
walkways due to numbers of visitors
wheel tracks at SBBG, estimates on
Paxton, Joseph, Sir
Paxton's Magazine of Botany and Registry of Flowering Plants (15 vol.)
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Mrs. Clark's custody
with prints in color
peach trees. See also Prunus persica
at Reef Point, spraying of
Péan, Armand
Parcs et jardins
Sweeney's 1948 research on
pear trees
for Arbor Terrace
in aerial hedge
blooming by
for Byzantine Garden
espaliered
in kitchen garden west wall near Garden Tool House
near kitchen garden, p.20
in upper kitchen garden (former cutting garden)
in upper kitchen garden (former cutting garden), p.21
for Herb Garden
in aerial hedge
in the Orchard
on Orchard Hill, p.45
Seckel, west of Fellows' Quarter driveway, p.28
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
on terrace E as background, p.49
west of Fellows' Quarter driveway, p.28
Pearl Harbor bombing. See also World War II
assurances to Sweeney after
preserving DO valuables after
volunteering for war effort after
Pearson, T. Gilbert
Birds of America
in DO Garden Library
peas
Alaska seeds
Carter's Daisy seeds
Early Eight Weeks seeds
Hundredfold seeds
Laxtonian seeds
Little Marvel seeds
Peaslee, Horace W., on pebble gardens
Peattie, Donald C.
An almanac for moderns
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
Green laurels: the lives and achievements of the great naturalists
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
Pebble Garden
benches for
Doria basin and pedestal for merchild fountain
elevation for Tennis Court fountain
plan for Tennis Court fountain
plan for Tennis Court parterre
section for Tennis Court fountain
trellis for
pebble mosaic article and photographs
pebble pattern
in Arbor Terrace, foundation for Doria or
for Box Terrace center of paving
for Ellipse walls
for tennis court, granite samples asked for
Pechère, René
pedestals
Doria vase and, in Lilac Circle
for the Faun, as inactive RH project
for lead vases, discarding agreed on
Urn Terrace
with vase
with vase at west end of Loggia
mock-ups
Peet, Elizabeth
Peet, Louis Harman
Trees and Shrubs of Central Park
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Peets, Elbert
Practical tree repair
marked X (fair)
Peirce, Hayford
Pekatoros, Nicholas, The Very Rev. Archimandrite
Pelargonium (geranium)
4 prints, greenhouse plants, annuals or perennials?
Pemberton, Joseph
Roses, their history, development and introduction
marked X (fair)
marked XX (good)
Pendleton, C. F., Mrs.
Penfield, Wallace C.
new plans for SBBG and
parking lot design for SBBG and
Pennington, John
The British Heritage
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
Pennsylvania Bureau of Forests
bulletins by
No. 11 "Pennsylvania Trees"
Pennsylvania Museum of Art
Marceau receipt for material Sessions sent to
Penrose, Boise, II
Penstemon
as native North American flower
Penstemon acuminatus
seeds wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Penstemon barbatus torreyi
plants, for 1922 flower garden
Penstemon cobea
to be sown summer of 1922
Penstemon diffusus
to be sown summer of 1922
Penstemon Glox.
seeds invoice
Penstemon hirsutus
P. H. No. 238
Penstemon olxoinoides
seeds order
Penstemon pubescens
to be sown summer of 1922
plants, for 1922 flower garden
Penstemon venustus
seeds wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
peonies. See also under Paeonia
in bloom and pictures taken of
herbaceous, on Crabapple Hill, p.43
plants, for 1922 flower garden
single white
on terrace between Box Walk and cutting garden
on terrace overhanging cutting garden, p.21
Peonies in the little garden (Harding)
marked X (fair)
pepper, Calif. Wonder seeds
pepper pot at west end of Loggia
photograph of, for postcard
peppermint, for British scented garden for the blind
Percier, Charles
Choix des plus celebres maisons de Plaisance de Rome et de Ses environs (with Fontaine)
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XXX (excellent)
suggested for DO
Perelle, Gabriel
offered to DO but kept for Reef Point Gardens
Veues des belles maisons de France
BF's comments on
IMS inquiry if DO Garden Library has
marked XXX (excellent)
not owned by DO
received by MxF Memorial Library
Shillaber's comments on
Perennial Gardens (Ortloff)
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Argosy
ordered from Mass. Hort. Library
received from Argosy
perennials
BF account of payment for
Bryce on ordering $20 worth of
odd timing for
herbs
for Catalogue House
as seeds for MB
Williamsburg Garden and Flower Symposium list of
The pergola in English gardens (Jekyll)
received by MxF Memorial Library
periwinkle. See Vinca minor
Perkins, Enid Eder (calligrapher)
Perna (Louis) & Sons, Inc., as paving materials contractor
Perry Pictures, as source for plant pictures
Perry Seed Company
account to Harvard of payment to
invoice
seeds order
Persica muhlenbergia
in whirligig display at Catalogue House Oct. 4, 1941
Persicaria muhlenbergis
Persicaria persicaria
in whirligig display at Catalogue House Oct. 4, 1941
perspective or perspective lattice, Lilac Circle. See also Trompe l'Oeil
Coles to make framework around
Coles to touch up
Coles's progress is slow on
coloring is working, Coles will continue
polychrome or staining on
pretty well along, but slow
progress question on
"Pest Control in The Home Garden"
not worth MB bothering with
Peter, Armistead, Mrs.
Peter, Walter G., Mrs.
Peterborough, England, scented garden for the blind in
Peterson, Roger Tory
A Field Guide to the Birds
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
How to Know the Birds
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Petitpierre Freres et Cie.
Petroselinum sativum
Ann. No. 66
Petunia
Ann. No. 67 (varieties)
Balcony Blue
seeds invoice
seeds order
Balcony Royal Blue
seeds invoice
seeds order
Balcony White
seeds invoice
seeds order
Blue Bedder
seeds order
at Casa Dorinda
First Lady and apple blossom pink
for spring
seeds, 2 varieties
violet blue dwarf Erfurt
seeds invoice
seeds order
Violet Marine
seeds invoice
seeds order
White Beauty
seeds invoice
seeds order
Petzold, Eduard
Der Park von Muskau: für Freunde der Landschaftgärtnerei und den Fremden zum Wegweiser
BF recommends DO buy
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XX (good)
Peuraria thunbergiana (Kudzu)
on trellis at Lovers' Lane Pool, p.32
Pfeiffer, Ehrenfried
Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Phacelia campanularia seeds
Phacelia vinifolia
Ann. No. 68
Pharbitis polymorpha var. azurea
C. No. 24 (Ipomoea)
Pharbitis polymorpha var. variegata
C. No. 25 (Ipomoea)
Phelps (R. B.) Stone Co.
bids by
on consoles for North Court at house
on lyre consoles for Cedar Terrace
on North Vista caps & consoles
on North Vista steps, platform and cheeks
marble samples sent to MB from
North Bay steps and
cardboard shop drawing of lowest step for
drawings for
North Vista work by
south steps for Arbor Terrace and
Philadelphia Garden Clubs, Crowninshield and Reef Point interest by
Philadelphua ?
32nd Street border, south side
at Butler's Cottage
in the Copse
Crabapple Hill
East Lawn, Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
Philadelphus
at Casa Dorinda, as cutting shrub
along kitchen gate path to R St. exit, p.47
between R Street wall and driveway, p.47
Philadelphus ?
in the Orchard
at Superintendent's cottage and around conservatory/Orangery
Philadelphus avalanche
Philadelphus coronarius
at Butler's Cottage
Cockylocky
in the Copse, p.37
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
from entrance gate to Terrior Column, right side, p.52
at Fellows' Quarters center courtyard entrance, p.27
in garage court, p.38
on Goat Walk from Wisteria Arbor to Box Walk, p.45
hanging over wall from Copse, p.22
from kitchen garden steps to Lover's Lane fence and Lilac Circle, p.30
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
near Music Room, p.36
on path from Orchard Hill to herbaceous border, p.45
on path to Mrs. Clark's cottage from service walk, p.25
plant listings
Rose Garden
R Street, front of house
between R Street wall and driveway, p.48
S. D. No. 70
S. D. No. 71 Mock orange (flower)
at service entrance steps to receiving room, p.17
at steps from West Apt. to Fellows' Quarter Service drive, p.28
at Superintendent's Cottage, p.29
sweet mockorange
Apple Orchard and arbor
Cockylocky
from Terrior Column to entrance gate, right side, p.51
Philadelphus grandiflorus
Philadelphus lemoinei
Philadelphus virginalis
mockorange
Philadelphus zeyheri
Philbrook, Robert, Mrs.
wanting DO information for Shelburne, N. H. garden club meeting
Phillips, Caroline D.
Blisses' letter of introduction for Sessions to
on Dante for inscriptions
has arrived and is at Highover, North Beverley
on RB's retirement
Terza Rime for inscription from
Tezzerini quotation for inscription from
Phillips, Duncan
opening of DO research library and museum and
Phillips, Evelyn March
The gardens of Italy, with historical and descriptive notes
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Phillips, G. A. R.
Flowers for cutting
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
Phillips, Henry
Sylva florifera
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
received at DO
Phillips, William "Billy"
Arnold Arboretum and
Blisses' letter of introduction for Sessions to
resignation of
and wife to visit Reef Point Garden Library
Phlox
Drum. Star seeds invoice
near cistern north of toolhouse
near cistern north of toolhouse, p.21
plants, for 1922 flower garden
on terrace B (Urn Terrace), in borders, p.35
on walk between cutting garden and Box Walk, p.40
Phlox decussata
P. H. No. 239
Phlox divaricata
at DO, Bryce confirmation of
Phlox drummondi
Ann. No. 69
Blue Beauty
seeds order
for Casa Dorinda spring
Lilac
large, seeds invoice
large, seeds order
seeds order for greenhouse
mauve
Bryce to review
Pink Beauty
seeds order
Pink Beauty, for greenhouse
Bryce to review
seeds order
Purity
seeds order for greenhouse
salmon
Bryce to review
Salmon Beauty, for greenhouse
seeds order
Salmon Glory, white, blue, and Star seeds
Sutton's Purity
seeds order
Violet Beauty
seeds order
seeds order for greenhouse
west wall panels
white, Bryce to review
Phlox ovata
P. H. No. 240
Phlox paniculata
P. H. No. 241
Phlox pilosa
P. H. No. 242
Phlox procumbens
at Reef Point
Phlox reptans
P. H. No. 243
Phlox subulata
Catalogue House on blooming times for
on Goat Walk from Wisteria Arbor to Box Walk, p.45
P. H. No. 244-244A
Photinia serrulata
Chinese photinia
photographs. See also postcards, picture
of DO
Bird's eye view
of drawing room with MB portrait, for BF
of the house in old condition
for Landscape Architecture article
old, of house
three folders from Reef Point to DO
three-foot, given by Blisses
of DO gardens
in color, have any been taken?
kodachrome, JT not looking favorably on
kodachrome, JT permission for
kodachrome, selling department of the gardens and
kodachrome, Sweeney needing clarification on
kodachrome, Sweeney to get for BF
kodachrome, to sell at DO
loaned to RH returned to Mr. Wilkins
packet sent to BF by MB of
for Roper article for RHS journal
three portfolios sent to BF of
will have to wait until spring
exhibition in England of
additional print to send tomorrow
are all prints received and properly charged to MB?
to be charged to MB
BF to get printing done for
complete order not received for
partial delivery to JT of
photographer overworked, all prints not finished
photographer to disregard rest of order for
what about main entrance photograph does JT not like?
who should print and send?
by H. Orton Jones
for Landscape Architecture article
Bryce arranging with Stewart for
seven submitted for
specific ones needed for
Williams asks for
loaned to RH
negatives for
BF hoping purchase expedited for
copyright importance for DO
deadline to be set with Stewart for
IMS reviewing and resending
JT needs specific ones sent immediately
JT pushing for Stewart for delivery of
MB as owner of
ownership and copyright of
at Reef Point, needed at DO
RP to send to DO
Sweeney on Stewart as owner of
Sweeney to help with
Sweeney to return to IMS
for planting record book (Beatrix Farrand's Plant Book for Dumbarton Oaks)
polaroid camera for
prints by Alison Frantz
Ross's
of 7th century Byzantine jewelry, to show to Blisses
of Byzantine enamels
of glass paste cameos
Russian institutions' contributions for Ross's Byzantine enamel book of
signed and on library table awaiting cast-off frame for
by Stewart Brothers
swimming pool before enlarging
of tennis court parterre progress, location of?
by Thomas F. Scott
by Ursula Pariser
Phryma leptostachya
P. H. No. 245
Phyllodoce aleutica
at Reef Point
Phyllodoce empetriformis
at Reef Point
Physalis elliottii
P. H. No. 246
in whirligig display at Catalogue House Oct. 4, 1941
Physalis heterophylla
P. H. No. 247
Physiological and scientific botany: being a concise treatise on structural and systematic botanical science, as adopted by modern botanists, simplified and carefully arranged for the use of colleges and private students (Bickley)
ordered from Argosy
Physostegia fruibilata
P. H. No. 248
Physotegia virginica
to be sown summer of 1922
Phytanthoza iconographia (Weinmann)
BF advises against purchasing
Jones's gratitude for return of
Manks's report on
MB decision to not acquire
Mrs. Jones in New Jersey wants to sell to DO
offered for sale to MB
returned to Mrs. Jones
Shillaber's comments on price for
as worthy if in good condition
Phytolacca americana
P. H. No. 249
in whirligig display at Catalogue House Oct. 4, 1941
Picard, A. & J. (booksellers)
purchases for DO from
Picea
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Picea excelsa. See also spruces
in Catalogue House display Oct. 4, 1941
in the Copse
in the Copse, p.37
East Lawn, Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
near Music Room, p.36
No. 87
Nos. 22, 23, and 47
R Street, front of house
from Terrior Column to entrance gate, right side, p.51
Pickman, Hester
The Pictorial Archives of Early American Architecture
pictures. See also plates; prints
for Byzantine architecture research
for Catalogue House, delays in mounting
for Catalogue House, index of
displayed in Orangerie before Sweeney's tours
of DO for advertising, sent to BF
of DO peonies
of flowers, suggestions for Mrs. Clark of sources for
French book catalogues as sources for
Fulkerson as potential source for
of trees, Rehder as source for
USDA negatives of trees
Picturesque Beauty (Gilpin)
marked XX (good)
Picturesque English Cottages and Their Doorway Gardens (Ditchfield)
marked XX (good)
Picturesque Gardens. See Krafft, Jean Charles
Picturesque Mexico (Brehme)
marked X (fair)
A picturesque tour along the Rhine, from Mentz to Cologne (Gerning)
marked X (fair)
Picturesque Travel (Gilpin)
marked XX (good)
Picturesque Views on the River Thames (Ireland)
marked X (fair)
Pieris
near Music Room, p.36
at Reef Point
Pieris floribunda
Andromeda, S. E. No. 19
in the Copse, p.37
in Green Garden, p.45
north of house from copse east and including terraces A-E
Pieris japonica
in the Copse, p.36
East Lawn
East Lawn, Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
Japanese andromeda
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
S. E. No. 20
from Terrior Column to entrance gate, right side, p.51
Pieris japonicum ?
in the Copse
piers
Arbor Garden, lowered where consoles to go against house
for Beech Terrace wall
caps decided on, stone soon to be in place for
Casa Dorinda front door, ivy on
drawings for Box Terrace
iron bouquet between terrace D-E for
for North Vista platform
chain between
cost for chains connecting
RH outline of estimates for work on
Steinbraker's estimate for
stonework complete, design of chains between to be decided next
R Street, inscriptions for
moving to large tablet between
R Street entrance gates
Freund adding narrow pieces to close up space between gates and
Swimming Pool and Loggia
cap mouldings
Pillement, Jean
copper plates of flowers (uncoloured)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
MB selection of
received at DO
received from Staack
No. 700 in Staack catalogue
BF recommends DO buy
sent to DO from Staack
Pimpinella anisum
P. H. No. 250
Pimpinella magna
P. H. No. 250A
pin oak. See Quercus palustris
Pinchot, Gifford
A Primer of Forestry
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
pineapple symbol, Sweeney research on
pines. See also specific species of
white, Sweeney's garden talk notes about
pinks
hearty plants, for 1922 flower garden
Mrs. Sinkins and Painted Lady, for British scented garden for the blind
Pinney, Frank L., Mrs.
Pinus excelsa pence
T. E. No. 6
Pinus palustris
Hillside back and east of greenhouse and west to spring
Pinus rigida
T. E. No. 7
Pinus strobus
at Butler's Cottage
in the Copse
in the Copse, p.37
at Director's house and terrace, p.33
in garage court, p.38
numerous
at Superintendent's Cottage, p.29
at Superintendent's Cottage and around conservatory/Orangery
T. E. No. 8
Pinus sylvestris
T. E. No. 9
Pioneering with Wild Flowers (Aiken)
ordered from Lundberg
Pirone, P. P.
Maintenance of shade and ornamental trees
ordered from Mass. Hort. Library
pit, for wintering over Orangery plants
pit house
Acer or boxelder north of, p.38
Pitman, Mr., Hancock County Trustees of Public Reservations and
Pitt & Scott Ltd. (shipping agent), invoice
Pittosporum
at Casa Dorinda
for Orangery
Pittosporum crassifolium
plants wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Pittsfield. See Coolidge, Mrs.
Pitzonka Nursery, plants for tennis court parterre and
Planning and planting of little gardens (Dillistone)
marked X (fair)
plans
for Arbor Terrace
on their way via special delivery
for Box Terrace
paving
paving plans being sent
for Byzantine Garden
for Cool House conversion into Garden Center
for Ellipse
Box Garden drawings
Griswold pool and overlook drawings
for Fountain Terrace
for Garden for the Blind
for Garden of Scents
for Green Garden
for Herbaceous Border or Garden
dimensions at head of
walls
for Kitchen Gardens
1926
1927
Byzantine Garden
Garden for the Blind
walls
for North Vista or North Court
for Orangery
for Pebble Garden
fountain
parterre
for Rose Garden
for Swimming Pool and Loggia
horseshoe steps or horseshoe pool
lights north of swimming pool
loggia
north loggia and north passage
paving
stonework for paving
for Tennis Court
fountain
parterre
for terrace B
paving
walls
for terrace D
fountains
paving for fountain pool
proposed layout of beds
for terrace E
fountain
Plans, elevations, and sections of hothouses, etc. (Tod)
notes and estimate on Myers's repairs for
Les plans, profils, et elevations, des ville, et château de Versailles, avec les bosquets, et fontaines, tels quils sont a present; levez sur les lieux, dessinez et gravez en 1714 et 1715 (Mortain)
BF on acquisition for Garden Library of
Les plans, profils, et elevations, des ville, et château de Versailles, avec les bosquets, et fontaines, tels quils sont a present; levez sur les lieux, dessinez et gravez en 1714 et 1715 (Mortain)
with earlier Louis XIII views
June 1949 list
received from Staack
Plans des plus beaux jardins pittoresques de France, d'Angleterre et d'Allemagne, et des édifices, monumens, fabriques, etc., qui concourrent à leur embellissement, dans tous les genres d'architecture, tels que chinois, egyptien, anglois, arabe, moresque, etc. … (Krafft)
marked XX (good)
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Plans et dessins nouveaux de jardinage du Sr le Bouteux
BF on acquisition for Garden Library of
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
IMS inquiry if DO Garden Library has
June 1949 list
in Mrs. Clark's custody
not owned by DO
worth the sum Staack asked
Plans raisonnés de toutes les espèces de jardins (Thouin)
BF recommends DO buy
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Mrs. Clark's custody
Plant Disease Handbook (Westcott)
received by MxF Memorial Library
The Plant Doctor (Westcott)
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XXX and owned by Arnold Arboretum
suggested for DO
Plant Hunting (Wilson)
marked XX (good)
Plant illustration before 1850: a catalogue of an exhibition of books, drawings and prints, held by the Garden Club of America and the Grolier Club, from February 20 to March 31, 1941
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
June 1949 list
in Mrs. Clark's custody
received from Staack
Plant Industry Bureau, separating Arboretum from
Plant Life in Alpine Switzerland (Arber)
marked X (fair)
Plant life through the ages (Seward)
marked XX (good)
plant lists. See also planting record book
for BF, exactly what she wanted
for BF, three sections, suggestions and criticisms wanted
for BF and Garden Superintendent
by BF for Mrs. Clark to find pictures for
for BF "History of DO", section by section work on
card index of
BF asking RP to guide Sweeney on
BF tips for wording of
BF wanting Sweeney's reaction to RP's example of
box for
completion of
"Dumbarton Oaks" must be printed on
for garden visitors
information to be included in
as new task for Sweeney
RP deferring until April 1947 DO visit
RP example sent to Sweeney of
slow work, Sweeney will show examples to BF
Sweeney lessons at Reef Point on
Sweeney on locations missing from
Sweeney on uses for
Sweeney ordering blank stock for
Sweeney ready to begin
Sweeney received stock for
on cards and typewriter paper, scope for
by families in botanical sequence, Horneman on
for garden tours by Sweeney
horticulturalists' disagreements on nomenclature and
for Museum Cortile and Service Entrance
for Orangery
for R Street border
Reef Point plant record cards
BF wanting Sweeney's reaction to
samples sent to Sweeney
sent to Sweeney by RP
Spaulding's work on
Sweeney on uses for
Plant pests in Connecticut (Britton)
marked X (fair)
Plant symbolism in the Unicorn tapestries (Marquand)
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
in Mrs. Clark's custody
Plant Types (Hamblin)
marked XXX and owned by Arnold Arboretum
suggested for DO
Plantae et papiliones rariores (Ehret)
to be shipped to DO later
to come
Myers's estimate for restoration of
notes on Myers's repairs for
packed for shipping via Railway Express
paper and leather choices for
returned for further instructions
returning for MB to choose leather and paper for
taken by Myers for restoration
Plantae Wilsonianae, Part I (Sargent)
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XX (good)
marked XXX and owned by Arnold Arboretum
suggested for DO
Plantago lanceolata
P. H. No. 251
Plantago major
P. H. No. 251A
Plantarum historiae universalis Oxoniensis: seu herbarum distributio nova, per tabulas cognationis & affinitatis ex libro naturae observata & detecta (Morison)
could hinge be repaired?
Myers's holding and doing nothing about
please advise when received at DO
returned for further instructions
returning to MB to find a better copy
shipped to DO via Railway Express
Plantas diafóricas: flora Argentina: plantas medicinales, alimenticias ó de alguna otra utilidad… (Hieronymus)
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
with prints in color
in Sweeney's office
Les plantes alpines et de rocailles (Correvon)
marked XX (good)
Les plantes des montagnes et des roches (Correvon)
marked XX (good)
Des plantes et insectes de Surinam
Merian's "Butterflies and red flowers" print in
Plant-hunting in China: a history of botanical exploration in China and the Tibetan marches (Cox)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
received from Staack
Planting and ornamental gardening; a practical treatise (Marshall)
bought for DO by BF
Feb. 1949 list
Planting and ornamental gardens (Dodsley)
June 1949 list
Planting design (Robinson)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
planting plans
for Arbor Terrace
1959
for Beech Terrace
Camillia Garden or Lilac Circle
for Crabapple Hill
for East Lawn
Cockylocky
for Ellipse
by Alden Hopkins in 1958-1959
for Fountain Terrace
1956
1959
for Garden of Scents
1955
for Herbaceous Border or Herbaceous Garden
for Lovers' Lane Pool
1960
for North Vista
for Orchard or Orchard HiIl
for Swimming Pool terrace
for terrace B
1933-1936
tulips, 1933
for terrace D
1927
1927-1933?
tulips, 1933
tulips, 1933-1936
for terrace E
1924
1927
1932
1933
1934
for Urn Garden or Terrace
1959
planting record book (Beatrix Farrand's Plant Book for Dumbarton Oaks)
BF checking on revised notes sent to Sweeney of
BF first report to Harvard on DO grounds policy on start of
BF on finishing of
BF's plan for remodelling
Sweeney happy to help with
compiling notes for
completion of
Mrs. Earle Bailie and
replanting at DO and usefulness of
when?
distribution list for
draft copy
face copies of, Sweeney, Bryce, and MB to review
incomplete but can be used as resource
finishing is prime necessity for
RP taking set to study
inscriptions for
deferring discussion of
Greek, and its translations
Greek quotation on Museum Building
MB will send to BF in September
no need for MB to send
only need Greek inscription on loggia for
on plaques and seats, sources for
in Star Garden
Sweeney provided list for BF of
translations needed for, Sweeney to make list of
invoice for
MB comments on
helpfulness of
importance as model
importance for DO future
MB not submitting
relief to hear commendation in
notes on
received at DO
in Reef Point office to be sent to DO
revised notes sent
photographs for
Arbor Terrace
Catalogue House map
plant lists for
final, BF receiving of
final areas needed
RP assistance with
section by section, Sweeney on
Sweeney compilation of, pp.17-52
second half of 1944 devoted to
showing "temperament" of DO gardens
start of
Sweeney on JT and MB review and typing of
Sweeney returning to BF with MB's notes on
had JT and RP reviewed them?
Sweeney suggestions for photos to go with covering essay?
so many choices make selection difficult
what is meant?
Sweeney to help with to reduce BF office expenses
Sweeney to make copies of revised version
Sweeney uncertainty on her role in
not to worry over
Sweeney's help needed for
value as permanent record
The plant-lore & garden-craft of Shakespeare (Ellacombe)
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Dulau
price for, held in reserve
received in Bar Harbor
plants. See also plant lists; planting record book
as ephemeral parts of garden design
Plants & Gardens (magazine)
subscription for
Plants from seed (MacSelf)
marked X (fair)
Plants of the Holy Scriptures (King)
received by MxF Memorial Library
plaques for DO. See also inscriptions
inscriptions on, sources for
sketches sent to MB for approval
in terrace E
for fountain
Platanus acerifolia
European plane tree, as tree for MB to consider
London plane tree
Platanus occidentalis
at Butler's Cottage
in Catalogue House display Oct. 4, 1941
at Director's house and terrace, p.34
in garage court, p.39
Nos. 55, 56 and 65
on path to paint house from Mrs. Clark's path, p. 26
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
on slope between Superintendent's Cottage and Fellow's Quarters, p.27
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
sycamore
No. 37
No. 60
Nos. 211, 253
T.D. No. 69
from terrace E to orchard steps, p.29
Platanus orientalis
buttonwood, Sweeney welcoming talk references to
as tree for MB to consider
plates. See also Catalogue House; pictures; prints
fine coloured, suggestions for DO acquiring
index for Catalogue House of
suggestions for Sweeney on sources for
Sweeney's alphabetized list of
of trees and birds, sources for
platform
for Mediterranean Highway, limestone at
for North Vista
cutting vista through trees north of
Garden Center placement and design of
Kearney's grading and
MB's thoughts on elements of
Phelps's bid for construction of new elements
at pause in North Vista, Garden Center placement and
Platt, Charles A.
Italian Gardens
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Platt, Rutherford Hayes
This Green World
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
with prints in color
in Sweeney's office
Platyclinis
not as good as at DO
Platycodon
on terrace B (Urn Terrace), in borders, p.35
Platycodon grandiflorum
blue, white, as perennial seeds for MB
P. H. No. 252
west wall panels
Playground and Recreation Association of America
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
Pleasures and Problems of a Rock Garden (Wilder)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
marked XX (good)
in Sweeney's office
Plowman's Folly (Faulkner)
ordered from Mass. Hort. Library
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
plum trees
blooming by
in the Orchard
Plum Walk
detail of blossoms on trees
plantings for
view of path looking north
view of path looking north with blooming trees
view of path looking south with blooming trees
view of woman on path with blooming trees
view southeast from Ellipse
Plumbago
blue and white, at Casa Dorinda, salt bush to replace
left in New York by BF
may be removed from Casa Dorinda
Plumbago capensis
left angle panels
S. D. No. 72
Plumbago larpentae
P. H. No. 253
The pocket book of vegetable gardening (Nissley)
in Garden Guide office
Podendorf, Illa and Richard Gates (illustrator)
The true book of trees
ordered from Fiedler
Podophyllum peltatum
P. H. No. 254-254A (two prints)
between Terrace D and reflecting pool, p.29
Poiret, J. L. M.
Lecouns de Flore cours complete de Botanique Explications…suivi d'ine Iconographic vegetale (with Turpin)
quote is excellent
Shillaber's prompt reply needed on her opinion of
Poirott
poison oak, at Casa Dorinda
polaroid camera, for garden work documentation
Polemonium boreale richardsonii
to be sown summer of 1922
as perennial seeds for MB
Polemonium caeruleum
as perennial seeds for MB
Polemonium grandiflora
to be sown summer of 1922
Polemonium van Bruntiae
P. H. No. 255
Polish Relief, use of DO grounds for fete by
Polyanthus
Brilliance seeds order
Crimson King seeds order
Munstead seeds order
as perennial seeds for MB
white, blue, yellow, gold-laced, to be sown summer of 1922
polychroming. See also ironwork; paint
colours for
deferring questions for face-to-face visit on
finishing
flowers in finials for south side of D and quatrefoil gate
Polygonatum biflorum
P. H. No. 256
Polygonatum convolvulus
in whirligig display at Catalogue House Oct. 4, 1941
Polygonum
on terrace between bird walk and kitchen garden
in terrace overhanging kitchen garden, p.20
Polygonum convolvulus
C. No. 38
Polypodium incanum
P. H. No. 257
Polypodium vulgare
P. H. No. 258
Polystichum acrostichoides
BF, Sweeney, and Gray on nomenclature for Catalogue House
pomegranate
for Orangery
Punica granatum
East Lawn
Poncirus trifoliata
in Catalogue House display Oct. 4, 1941
from kitchen garden steps to Lover's Lane fence and Lilac Circle, p.30
on lower part of Allée to Lilac Circle, p.32
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
T.D. No. 70
trifoliate orange
for Apple Orchard and arbor
Pond, Bremer Whidden
Outline History of Landscape Architecture
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Pond, Prof., BF's Harvard/Fogg lecture and
Pontederia corneta
P. H. No. 259 (bog herb)
Pool Garden
in tulip time or other suitable season, as representative photo of DO gardens
pools. See also outdoor theater pool; swimming pool
below herbaceous garden, hold on plans for
in Bosquet, RH adaptation to Rose Garden of
in DO Park, plan to revise lines of
on Lovers' Lane, Edith Coping on
photograph of Loggia and, for postcard
reflecting
in plan for Museum Cortile
plantings at, p.32
plantings between Terrace D and, p.29
at St. Brice, France, Pavillon Colombe, diagram from E. Wharton of
at SBBG, installation and upkeep costs for
survey showing 40 ft. drop from Orangery to
Pope, Alexander
An essay on verdant sculpture
BF recommends DO buy
Pope, Annemarie
Redouté traveling exhibition of, scheduled to be shown at DO and
poplars. See also under Populus
by hotbeds, removed
yellow, Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Poplawksa-Leineweber, Madame
poppies
in Catalogue House displays
Iceland
for Casa Dorinda spring
pink and white, to be sown summer of 1922
south of toolhouse near cistern
in upper kitchen garden (former cutting garden), p.21
white, yellow, orange, as perennial seeds for MB
Mrs. Perry, to be sown summer of 1922
orange, at SBBG
Perry's white, to be sown summer of 1922
Populus angulata
Carolina cottonwood, No. 67
Populus caroliniana (Carolina poplar)
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
No. 47
at south lawn edge, p.52
Populus grandidentate
East Lawn, Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
Populus nigra italica (Lombardy poplar)
Nos. 47-48
Porcinai, Professor
porphyry, alabaster vs.
Porro, Girolamo
L'Horto dei semplici di Padua, in Hunt collection, does DO also own?
Porta, G. B.
Villae libri XII
MB seeking
Porter, Genevieve L.
Porter, Mrs., as source for inscription translations
Porteranthus trifoliatus
P. H. No. 260
A portrait of old George Town (Ecker)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Portraits of Philadelphia Gardens (Bush-Brown)
received by MxF Memorial Library
Portuguese laurel
for Orangery
R Street, front of house
between R Street wall and driveway, p.47
Poser, Mrs., sending material for Washington Post article by
Post, Chandler Rathfon, as source for inscription translations
post oak (Quercus minor)
Post War Security Conference at DO. See Washington Conversations on International Organization
Postal Telegraph, Reef Point service by Western Union vs.
postcards, picture. See also cards, of DO gardens
account of payment for
better quality printing of
any additional views needed for?
BF needs negatives for
BF to get prices for
BF trying to push
JT to bring the four negatives to Boston of
ownership of negatives and. See below postcards, picture, negatives for
Sweeney to help with negatives for
BF selection of 17 photographs for MB review
negatives to be retrieved from Stewart and
numbering perplexities for MB and
BF to research, JT will find budget money for
BF to submit to MB and JT candidates for
BF will enjoy review of photos for
potential, packet sent to BF by MB of
Bryce getting samples for
Bryce on vacation, who is to order?
Bryce to order 5000 each of 24 Green cards at price given
Bryce's samples and estimated approved by MB and JT for
discussions about
quality of and list chosen
of DO garden, Sweeney on talk of
extract from letter from BF to Bryce on
first orders placed for
herbaceous border and yew
of house, Sweeney and
inquiries to the Met and commercial vendors of
Judd and Detweiler making proofs of
list returned by MB to BF of
manufacturer sought for
MB sent list to BF and looking for early one
MB suggested list and BF suggested list for
Medici Print Co. of Boston quotation for
Metropolitan Museum of Art response to inquiry about
negatives for
to be retrieved from Stewart
BF hoping purchase expedited for
BF in receipt of
BF tracking down
BF urging JT to send
copyright importance for DO
deadline to be set with Stewart for
JT pushing for Stewart for delivery of
JT to contact Stewart about
JT to find out ownership of
MB as owner of
ownership and copyright of
from Stewart, printing by specialist in
Sweeney on Stewart as owner of
new, Ross on sales of
ordered from Judd & Detweiler
printing for 1947, BF need of photograph films for
quality of, BF unhappy with
BF will find better source for
rainy days and sales of
of Reef Point and DO
of Reef Point house and gardens
sales and views of
sales down for
BF on overall record of
sales of, in spring 1947
sent to DO visitor
supply on hand, enough until spring
Sweeney on additional views for
Sweeney's work on
tan paper for
chosen but unavailable
wait until is available to order
Pot Garden, as representative photo of DO gardens
Potentilla
Salmon Beauty, unable to obtain seeds for
Potentilla canadensis
P. H. No. 261
Potentilla nitida
seeds wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Potomac Cast Stone Co., as paving materials contractor
Potomac Landings (Wilstach)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Potomac Rose Society
member card extended to Sweeney by
Oct. 19, 1941 visit by
Sweeney to ask about roses for garden tour talks from
thanks for meeting at DO of
Pot-pourri from a Surrey garden (Earle)
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
ordered from Dulau
received from Blackwell's
potted plants
in Arbor Terrace
in Swimming Pool
potting shed. See also gardener's house
Gray's Memorial placement at
heating question for Bryce on
at Reef Point
Pouley, W., bookbinding invoice from Ruzicka for
pousette
front elevation
horizontal section
plan
vertical section
Powel, Thomas Ives Hare, Mrs.
Powys, Marian
The practical book of garden design and structure (Eberlein and Hubbard)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Fiedler
received from Fiedler
The practical book of outdoor flowers (Wright)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Fiedler
The practical book of outdoor rose growing for the home garden (Thomas)
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
ordered from Fiedler
with prints in color
received from Fiedler
Practical forestry… (Fuller)
received by MxF Memorial Library
The practical fruit-gardener (Switzer)
marked X (fair)
Practical hints upon landscape gardening: with some remarks on domestic architecture, as connected with scenery (Gilpin)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
MB selection of
Practical plant breeding (Lawrence)
marked X (fair)
Practical plant propagation (Hottes)
BF recommends DO buy
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered by BF from Mass. Hort. Library
ordered from Mass. Hort. Library
Practical tree repair (Peets)
marked X (fair)
Prague, Ross postcard to Blisses on 1957 visit to
The Praise of Gardens (Sieveking)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
ordered from Thorp
received at DO
Prange, Gerald, on Lank Woodwork Co.
Pratolino. See Bella, Stefano della; Sgrilli, Bernardo Sansone
Pratt, Anne
British Grasses and Sedges
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Pratt, Harold I., Mrs.
advertising with Garden Club of America and
Pratt, Harriet
pre-Columbian art
Connoisseur review of DO book on
Ross to write Russians on publication of book on
Prenanthes trifoliata
P. H. No. 262
Presbrey-Leland stonecutter
in New York, RH and work by
to train Sullivan Company stonecutter on lettering
Prescott, Mrs. (Fellows' Hall manager)
to preserve vegetables grown at DO in 1943
The present-day rock garden (Clay)
marked XX (good)
Preston, Isabella
Garden Lilies
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XXX (excellent)
suggested for DO
Preventorium Lafayette
Price, Uvedale
An Essay on the Picturesque, as compared with the Sublime and Beautiful
BF's comments on
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XXX (excellent)
ordered for DO
to perhaps be sent to Reef Point
Shillaber's comments on
L'Art de former Les Jardins Modernes
marked XX (good)
A letter to H. Repton, Esq., on the application of practice as well as the principles of Landscape-Painting to Landscape Gardening
BF recommends DO buy
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XX (good)
Priestley, Anna M.
A Primer of Forestry (Pinchot)
in DO Garden Library
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
vols. I and II
primrose garden
early thoughts of
Primula (primroses)
candelabra, along DO Park stream
double variety, white
seeds invoice
seeds order
first open garden day and
P. H. No. 271 (varied sorts)
on walk between cutting garden and Box Walk, p.40
Winstead strain, as perennial seeds for MB
Primula auricula
P. H. No. 263
Primula cockburniana
seeds wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Primula courtisoides (Primula cortusoides)
BF questions on order for listing of
P. H. No. 264
Primula denticulata
at DO, Bryce confirmation of
seeds
seeds, invoice for
seeds wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Primula estc data
Fairy Blue Star, seeds invoice 1944
Fairy White Star, seeds invoice 1944
Primula grandiflora
white
seeds invoice
seeds order
Primula japonica
at DO, Bryce confirmation of
seeds wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Primula malacoides
Apple Blossom
seeds invoice
seeds order
unable to obtain seeds for
Baby Doll, seeds invoice
Giant, seeds invoice
Kraut, seeds order for greenhouse
New Giant White Snowflake
seeds invoice
seeds order
no need to grow since English seed didn't germinate
Pink Beauty
invoice
seeds order
Royalty, unable to obtain seeds for
Snow Queen
invoice (for greenhouse)
seeds invoice
seeds order 1947
Primula obconica
Apple Blossom
invoice
seeds invoice
seeds order
Coerulea
invoice
seeds order
at DO, Sweeney to ask Bryce about
Giant Delicate Pink
seeds invoice
seeds order
Lachrosa
seeds invoice
no need to grow since English seed didn't germinate
P. H. No. 266
Salmon King, seeds order
Salmon Queen
seeds invoice
seeds order for greenhouse
seeds order for Trivett's
unable to obtain seeds for
white (alba)
invoice
seeds
seeds order
Primula pallessi
P. H. No. 265
Primula polyantha
P. H. No. 267
Primula polyanthus Munstead
for DO Park
Primula pulverulenta
seeds wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Primula stellata
blue star, seeds order for greenhouse
Fairy Blue Star
seeds order
unable to obtain seeds for
Fairy Pink Star
seeds order
unable to obtain seeds for
Fairy White Star
seeds order
unable to obtain seeds for
Giant Blue Star
seeds invoice
seeds order for Trivett's
Giant White Star, seeds invoice
pink star, seeds order for greenhouse
White Star, seeds order for greenhouse
Primula veitchii
seeds wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Primula veris
with Crocus vernus
P. H. No. 268
Primula vulgaris
P. H. No. 269
Primula vulgaris Acualis
P. H. No. 270
Primulas for garden and greenhouse (Cox and Taylor)
marked X (fair)
Primulas in the garden (Corsar)
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
Princeton in Spring (Chamberlain)
received by MxF Memorial Library
Princeton Index, postwar housing for
Princeton Nurseries
BF wanting to order 150-200 little oaks from
prices for young oaks from
reserving young oaks for purchase from
JT approves of
Princeton University
BF arranging Van Rensselaer visit to
BF consulting for
agenda for Sept. visit by
before fall term begins
fall work for
increased demands of
Jan. visit to
Nov. visit to
scheduling
Trustees meeting and
Byzantine Conferences and
estate of BF and
interest in future of DO by
Library, MB seeking information on Rush letter to Gilpin from
MxF receiving honorary degree from
planting record book of
Princeton Nurseries and
Princeton University Press
book given to MxF Memorial Library by
Principles of gardening (Langley). See New principles of gardening
prints. See also Catalogue House; pictures; plates
acquired from Staack for Reef Point
acquisitions of
increased prices and
from Addisonia (N.Y. Botanical Garden journal)
BF applauds additions to
BF questions on order for listing of
botanical, account of payment for
in color, garden books with
for DO Garden Library, BF initial thoughts on
funding for acquisition of
BF Agent account in MB's name for
BF asked MB for
BF reminding MB of
how much more needed?
IMS to send cash to Sweeney for
MB allocated $25 for
MB overlooking
MB to give $25 to Sweeney for
MB will make sure Sweeney gets
need for?
petty cash for, low level of
petty cash to be added to
replacements needed and
Sweeney needs cash for replacements not fund to draw on
Sweeney receiving $20 for
Sweeney unable to set amount for
JT needs specific negatives sent immediately of
IMS reviewing and resending
labeling on back vs. front of
labeling without lines for
from N.Y. Botanical Garden
replacements
oval copperplate, text beneath by F. Sansom (Curtis), ordered from Argosy
for sale by DO, Leclerq's communications on
thoughts of, if any funding left for
Pritchart, Mrs., named trail at SBBG and
privets. See also Ligustrum
at Casa Dorinda, to be replaced by clivias and agapanthus
Procopii Caesarii
Myers's notes and estimate for restoration of
returned to DO by Myers
Procopius (1531 edition)
MB inspects and buys from Rosenthal
professional services
BF half-yearly accounts to Harvard for
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
JT needs first half of 1947
as combination of BF and RP services, budget allocation for
comments on first half of 1945 on
comments on first half of 1947 on
JT thoughts on
comments on second half of 1942 on
comments on second half of 1943 on
comments on second half of 1944 on
comments on second half of 1948 on
tentative amounts for 1944
transfers from Agent account to
Promenade, ou, Itinéraire des jardins d'Ermenonville, auquel on a joint vingt-cinq de leurs principales vues, dessinées & gravées par Mérigot fils … (Mérigot)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XXX (excellent)
in Mrs. Clark's custody
received by MxF Memorial Library
Promenades, ou, Itinéraire des jardins de Chantilly (Mérigot)
accept if satisfactory after inspection
offered by Staack if MB approves
received at DO
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 (Alphand)
BF recommends DO buy
marked XX (good)
propagating lean-to, at Reef Point
property yard, plantings west of, p.25
Provençal fountain
photograph of
in Ellipse
for postcard
Prunella vulgaris
P. H. No. 272
in whirligig display
Pruning and repairing of trees, shrubs, and ornamentals (Ries)
marked X (fair)
ordered from Mass. Hort. Library
Pruning Book (Wittrock)
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
The pruning manual (Bailey)
ordered from Mass. Hort. Library
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
The pruning of trees and shrubs (Dallimore)
marked X (fair)
marked XX (good)
Pruning trees and shrubs (Felt)
ordered from Mass. Hort. Library
Prunus (Amygdalus) communis
T.D. No. 75
Prunus (laurocerasus) lusitanica
R Street, front of house
Prunus
in Beech Terrace, p.44
Crabapple Hill
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
overhanging fountain between Beech Terrace and Loggia, p.44
on terrace B (Urn Terrace), p.35
on terrace B south of steps, p.34, or is it Crataegus?
between Terrace D and reflecting pool, p.29
unmarked varieties on Crabapple Hill, p.43
Prunus americana
T.D. No. 71
Prunus amygdalus
Prunus angustifolia
No. 45
T.D. No. 72
Prunus Ashai-Botan-Zakara
Prunus autumnale
Prunus autumnalis
Ellipse to Branch East of Forsythia Hill
on slope of knoll west of frame yard, p.30
Prunus avium
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
No. 76
Prunus cerasus avium, T.D. No. 73
on walk between cutting garden and Box Walk, p.40
Prunus Beni-higan-Zakura
Prunus blireiana, Blereian cherry
Prunus caroliniana
in the Copse, p.36
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
Prunus cerasus
on Box Ellipse walk overlooking Catalogue Knoll, p.40
on Box Walk, p.42
on Crabapple Hill
on Crabapple Hill, p.43
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
between R Street wall and driveway, p.48
red cherry
No. 52
No. 179
T.D. No. 74
on terrace D along east wall, p.49
from Terrior Column to entrance gate, right side, p.51
Prunus communis
Prunus domestica
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
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
T.D. No. 76
Prunus fujizan
Prunus glandulosa
Amygladus, T.D. No. 77
on Crabapple Hill
on Crabapple Hill, p.43
flowering almond
in the Orchard
on path from Orchard Hill to herbaceous border, p.45
Prunus kanzan-zakura
on Crabapple Hill, p.42
Prunus kofigu
on slope of knoll west of frame yard, p.30
Prunus kofugen-zakura yeddoesnsis
Prunus kofugu
Ellipse to Branch East of Forsythia Hill
Prunus neditzwkaina
on Crabapple Hill, p.43
Prunus nigra
T.D. No. 78
Prunus pennsylvanica
T.D. No. 79
on terrace between bird walk and kitchen garden
in terrace overhanging kitchen garden, p.20
Prunus persica
peach
East Lawn
Prunus persica alba plena
white flowering peach
Prunus pissardi
T.D. No. 80
Prunus sargentiana
Ellipse to Branch East of Forsythia Hill
Prunus sargentii
on slope of knoll west of frame yard, p.30
Prunus serotina
black cherry
No. 17, 44, 56
No. 40
numerous
in the Copse
in the Copse, p.37
on Crabapple Hill
on Crabapple Hill, p.43
northwest of Mrs. Clark's cottage, p.26
on path to Mrs. Clark's cottage from service walk, p.25
on path to paint house from Mrs. Clark's path, p. 26
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
on slope between Superintendent's Cottage and Fellow's Quarters, p.27
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
west of property yard, p.25
wild black cherry
for Apple Orchard and arbor
Prunus serrulata (var.)
red heart cherry
Prunus serrulata alba rosea
Prunus shidan hikajo
north of house from copse east and including terraces A-E
Prunus shidare higan
on Crabapple Hill, p.42
Prunus shidare nigan zakuro
on Crabapple Hill, p.43
Prunus shigan
on Crabapple Hill, p.43
on slope of knoll west of frame yard, p.30
Prunus shiro-higan-zakura
Prunus subhertilla pendula
weeping flowering cherry
Prunus tomentosa
special peach grafted on, at Reef Point
Prunus watererii
T.D. No. 81 (Flowers only)
Prunus windsor
west of property yard, p.25
Prunus woshino
Prunus yeddoensis
on Crabapple Hill, p.43
on slope of knoll west of frame yard, p.30
Prunus yeddoensis Daybreak
Ellipse to Branch East of Forsythia Hill
Prunus yoshino
for Apple Orchard and arbor
Ellipse to Branch East of Forsythia Hill
on slope of knoll west of frame yard, p.30
publicity for DO garden tours. See also booklet, descriptive, of DO; leaflets, educational; map of Dumbarton Oaks; postcards, picture
appreciative visitors as result of
BF's changes to copy for
on closing for summer 1946
on flowers blooming, garden visitors and
in Horticulture and Chronicle
inquires about length of and due dates for
Thacher approval of copy for
Pückler-Muskau, Hermann, Fürst von
Andeutungen über Landschaftsgärtnerei verbunden mit der Beschreibung ihrer praktischen Anwendung in Muskau
BF recommends DO buy
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XXX (excellent)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Hints on landscape gardening
marked X (fair)
Pueraria thunbergiana
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
Pulmonaria
on terrace E, p.49
Pulmonaria officinalis
P. H. No. 273
Punica granatum
pomegranate
East Lawn
Purgatorio (Dante), text for inscriptions from
Pusey, President of Harvard
Pushkin Museum, Russia
curators of, and language spoken by
Ross on visit to
sending photographs for Ross's Byzantine enamels book
Pycnanthemum incanum (Koellia)
P. H. No. 274
Pyracantha
autumn garden tour featuring
at Fellows' Quarters service entrance as hedge, p.28
for south front
at Superintendent's Cottage, p.29
Sweeney welcoming talk references to
Pyracantha coccinea
in Catalogue House display Oct. 4, 1941
on DO residence walls, p.46
on DO residence walls, p.47
at Fellows' Quarters center courtyard entrance, p.27
at Fellows' Quarters west apartment courtyard, p.28
Laland firethorn
Front Lawn
S. E. No. 21
on terrace B (Urn Terrace), p.35
on terrace between bird walk and kitchen garden
from terrace D's south gate to Orangery, p.50
in terrace overhanging kitchen garden, p.20
from Terrior Column to entrance gate, right side, p.52
on wall along north side of walk from service entrance, p.17
on wall of tunnel roof, p.17
Pyracantha coccinea lalandi
along 32nd St. wall from kitchen entrance gate to JT's entrance gate, p.22
in the Copse, p.37
from DO residence front entrance to Orangery, p.46
East Lawn, incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
in Green Garden, p.44
Laland firethorn
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
north of house from copse east and including terraces A-E
on North Vista's north bay, east and west sides of, p.39
R Street, front of house
at Superintendent's cottage and around conservatory/Orangery
Pyracantha lalandi
on Museum Cortile, south side wall, p.17
Pyrethrum roseum
P. H. No. 275
single and double, to be sown summer of 1922
Pyrus
S. D. No. 29 (Flower of common quince)
Pyrus communis
common pear
espaliered
for Lovers' Lane Pool
Hillside back and east of greenhouse and west to spring
No. 21
on terrace D along east wall, p.49
from terrace E to orchard steps, p.29
Pyrus floribunda
T. D. No. 61
Pyrus malus
pear
Arbor Terrace