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Mary F. Fulkerson

Fulkerson, Mary F.

Mary F. Fulkerson served as Beatrix Farrand's secretary, traveling with her between California and Maine. According to letters found in the Garden Archives, Fulkerson was in charge of organizing and labeling Farrand's files, placing book orders, and typing correspondence. In September-October 1937, she made a trip to visit Dartington Hall, one of Farrand's garden projects in England.



McGuire, Diane Kostial and Lois Fern, eds. Beatrix Jones Farrand (1872-1959): Fifty Years of American Landscape Architecture. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks, Trustees for Harvard University, 1982.

“UK, Incoming Passenger Lists, 1820-1957," digital images, ( : accessed August 5, 2014). Manifest, Samaria, Boston, Massachusetts to Liverpool, England, arriving October 11, 1937, “Names and Descriptions of Alien Passengers.” No. 145923, p. 9 [handwritten], line 115, Mary F. Fulkerson, age 56, citing National Archives of the UK publication series BT26, piece 1121, item 66.