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Wadsjo, Harald
Svenska trädgardskonsten såden den till våra dagar bevarats i anlårggingar vid slott och herrgådar… (with Ahlberg)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Waikowicz, Eolande
Wainwright, Alexander D.
Walcott, Mary Vaux
North American wild flowers
available in Washington area
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
worthy of inclusion at DO
Waldsteinia fragarioides
P. H. No. 350
Walker, Egbert
A bibliography of eastern Asiatic botany (with Merrill)
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Mrs. Clark's custody
Walker, Howell
request to photograph DO, refused
Walker, John
books on the National Gallery by
A guide to villas and gardens in Italy (with Aldrich)
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XXX and owned by DO
suggested for DO
in Sweeney's office
Walker, Margaret
Walker, Violet Niles (Mrs. Joseph G.)
Walkinshaw, Walter, as late arriving intern
walks. See also paths; paving
from Arbor Terrace to Orchard Hill
Beech Terrace, box to be omitted on either side of
BF agrees with but will reserve personal opinion on
between Beech Terrace and Green Garden
BF on design choices for
bird walk
plantings from Iris Hill to steps to cherry hill and, p.31
plantings on terrace between kitchen garden and
steps at foot of, plantings to forsythia walk from
steps at foot of, plantings to forsythia walk from, p.31
Box Walk. See Box Walk
brick
between Beech Terrace and Green Garden
Beech Terrace down to terrace overlooking Pebble Garden
for Box Terrace
daffodil order for near to
for Mélisande's Allée
and ramp, comparative cost for
toward Beech Terrace, top of steps leading to Urn Terrace
in upper kitchen garden (former cutting garden), p.21
walkway and steps from Beech Terrace to Rose Garden
for Camellia Garden
to Catalogue House from forsythia steps
concrete center of, Bryce to continue
controlling vs. balancing lines of
on Crabapple Hill between greenhouse and pool
BF trying to picture
crushed agate for
from East entrance drive for opening gate to public, changes in line of, delayed until spring 1946
Ellipse
forsythia. See Forsythia walk
for Garden Library, brick for
Hazel walk. See Hazel walk
in herbaceous border, either widen or replant along
leading up to Catalogue House from the east
Lilac Circle. See Lilac Circle
long-term garden policy on, to be developed
for Mélisande's Allée
near Orangery
to A-B terrace wall
paving for
section through center line
paving of, BF on garden designs and
primary, patterns for flagged or paved
repair of
BF inquiry on progress with
Bryce's excuses on
from Rose Terrace to tennis court
in Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
design of
as major priority, construction estimate for
Planning Committee on
secondary, in turf
from service entrance to receiving room, Sweeney on plants along, p.17
terrace B
away from, as controlling element of
grass
paving
as primary element of
Terrior Column
Kearney completed shifting of
Kearney to shift
Torreya placement to force curve in
toward Beech Terrace, top of steps leading to Urn Terrace
for visitors, long-term garden policy on
widening of
completed
RP on need for
Wall, Charles C.
Wall, Mr., of Julius Blum Inc.
Wall and water gardens (Jekyll)
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XXX and owned by DO
suggested for DO
wall dial
to be discussed during June 1944 DO visit
deferring discussion of
Wall shrubs and hardy climbers (Bean)
marked XX (good)
wallflower. See also Erysimum
Blood Red, seed orders
for British scented garden for the blind
Cloth of Gold, seed orders
orange and yellow, as perennial seeds for MB
Wallis, N.
The carpenter's treasure: a collection of designs for temples, with their plans, gates, doors, rails, and bridges, in the Gothic taste
marked XX (good)
walls. See also inscriptions
32nd Street
changes to inscription on
inscription on
new Havey sketches for inscription on
plantings along, from kitchen entrance gate to JT's entrance gate, p.22
Arbor Garden or Terrace
altered sketch for
detail at gate
east side, design of seat for
existing grades
plans
around south parking space opposite front door
around space at east end of big museum room
Beech Terrace
BF notes on no suggestions for peacock for
plantings near, south side, p.46
west, with gate to Green Garden
Box Terrace
brick
at northwest corner of house, plantings on
pattern choices for MB
Byzantine Garden
low, to edge the design
Camellia Garden
cap on cutting garden wall and cap on
Clifton, BF on thinning hemlocks along
construction of, lack of details on
from Copse, plantings hanging over wall from, p.22
DO residence, plantings on, p.46-47
elevation of, for terrace C size and terrace A simplicity
Ellipse
Griswold pool and overlook
MB awaiting designs for
MB cannot concentrate on, open to BF conception for
flower garden (south), finials for
MB and BF to discuss
MB to finish or not?
no decision made for
Fountain Terrace
plans
at front door
garage court, plantings along, leading to Ellipse, p.38
Green Garden, raising height of, inscription appropriateness and
herbaceous border
to be discussed at DO visit with MB
BF and RH to study
BF on her advancing age and
BF plan for replacing yew hedges with
Blisses to not do anything regarding
brick/stone, estimates for
construction of while MB and BF still working together
drawings for, in JT's files
on either side of, BF and RH to study
estimates on
Harvard unable during the war to fund
if Steinbraker can do, it should go ahead
as inactive RH project
low, only at ends near yews
low stone, for informal effect
masonry, estimated cost for
MB and BF discussion on
no construction 1944-45 of
perspective sketches of
plans and elevations for
plantings for
to relieve similarity of dimensions of border and walks
RH note on Oct. 1943 drawing for
stepped or sloping design?
stone, orchard and other plantings in
view from cutting garden and
would JT push forward if MB wants to construct?
Kitchen Gardens
elevations
plan and sections for
library's east, plantings for
for Lilac Circle, existing seat and
Loggia west wall, "eared" stone bench for
Mélisande's Allée
can wait
carved keystone and console for to be left later
cost for
foundations line set, construction may begin
needing MB's help on
at north end, to be discussed with MB
puzzlement over
and quatrefoil gate, can wait
simultaneous MB and BF ideas on
stucco
for Museum Cortile, simulated loggia or curved?
Music Room, outside of
bench as inactive RH project for
Coles estimate on bench for
as first priority
marble bench to move from Green Garden to
suggestions for
Underworld entrance to museum south of
north court of House, consoles for
on Agenda of April 15th
Coles having trouble locating limestone for
Coles to set in place
Coles's estimate for, accepted?
Kearny has mounted full size dummy of
Phelps's bid for
North Vista. See also walls, North Vista, height and scale of
any Bliss comments to JT on?
asking JT's opinion on
boxwood decline, replacement with
brick/stone, Coles's estimates for Harvard on
brick/stone, JT's uncertainty on
Coles's capping moulding edge of
consoles' rail design and
construction finished, await BF's magic touch
East, RH on removal of
elevations of
end of, RH outline of estimates for work on
espaliered fruit trees along
JT would like to see RH's working drawings of before RP visit
masonry, to replace declining boxwood
MB on arched opening in
MB prefers to not tear down
MB vs. Harvard payment for
palings for, size quoted seems heavy
placement considerations
plans for
renderings needed for
request to Bryce for elevations of
reworking design for
RH work on
RH's detailed drawings for moulded capping sent to Steinbraker
RH's personal matters make impossible to finish drawings for meeting
Steinbraker estimates accepted for
Steinbraker's estimate for
as terminus of view
vines growing and all looking better
will look bare until plants fill out
North Vista, height and scale of
BF admits mistake in
BF agrees to MB's agenda for
with evergreen creepers on north end
MB on
raising of?
Orangery (south), Wisteria underplanted with ivy on
for orchard, with buttresses
R Street
plantings along walk between 31st St. entrance and, p.19
plantings between driveway and, p.47
plantings between driveway and, p.48
storm damage to Paulownia near
retaining
Arroyo Trail widening at SBBG and
for Lovers' Lane, oak rift paling with
for Mediterranean Highway, scrap Doria for
plans for terrace E
for Rose Garden
spacing from house not shown in Steinbraker's drawing
stone, on south front, halberd picket or dart picket iron fence atop
to support mosaic for Byzantine Garden
rock
near Hazel Walk, plantings on service road to, p.35
north of greenhouse, heather and azaleas on
Rose Terrace
BF and Mr. Kelly on design of
north end of Arbor Terrace and
between Rose Garden and Urn Terrace
at Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
for Desert Section, with upkeep
along Mission Canyon Road
retaining, Arroyo Trail widening and
for south parking lot, small piece for cost/appearance assessment
stone
for Rose Terrace, BF on pilaster height for
sloping, around former cutting garden, p.21
of tennis courts, climbers for
terrace E, plantings on, p.49
on west side of rose garden
at swimming pool
blueprints
fountain on, as representative photo of DO gardens
Hughes estimate for
inspiration for
west of loggia
west wall
tennis court
Actinidia arguta as vine on
plant list for inside of
thinning needed along
terrace B
terrace C
terrace D
south end
terrace D, plantings on, p.49
terrace E
terrace E, stone, plantings on, p.49
Urn Terrace
with tablet for center of balustrade
walnut trees
at Casa Dorinda, to be removed
as not suitable to replace American elm
Walpole, Horace
Essay on modern gardening
marked XXX (excellent)
Observations on modern gardening, with Whately
BF recommends DO buy
clarifying author of
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
IMS order for
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
MB selection of
MB unclear on who author is and whether paid for?
ordered from Gregory
received at DO
received from Edwards
sending on to DO
Sweeney confirms DO does not have and wants to buy
Sweeney to check DO holdings for
Walpole Society, DO visit by
Walter, Clementine "Clemmy"
as anchor to Farrands
to assist Farrands moving from storage in Calif.
best wishes to Sweeney from
with BF in Boston for MxF's surgery
BF's estate and
BF's memorial service and
BF's Oct. 1944 visit to DO and
BF's praise for
courage, efficiency and devotion of
Director's House farewell party for Farrands and
handwriting short letters for BF
illness of
letter in French to MB after MxF's death by
MB hopes that she is ‘reviving' in Calif.
MB letter after MxF's death to
appreciation for
MB on Farrands leaving Huntington and
MB to relay when MxF going home after surgery
MxF's last journey east and
Reef Point house management by
Reef Point house remodeling and
Reef Point support by
Sweeney on strain she must be under
Sweeney on support for BF by
will BF present a dog to?
Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore
Byzantine Conferences and
consular diptych lent to binding exhibition by
French design for garden vases belonging to
on Gaehde's conservation of Mughal manuscript
intaglio cut in sapphire as Emperor Constantine the Great at
Walton, Elijah
Flowers from the upper Alps
marked X (fair)
Wäntig, Richard
Haine und Gärten im griechischen Altertum
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
MB selection of
in Mrs. Clark's custody
War of 1812
Washington burning during, maps to be offered to MB of
Warburton, C. W., Mrs.
Ward, Cyril
Royal gardens
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
Ward, Francis Kingdon
From China to Khamti Long
marked X (fair)
Rhododendrons for everyone
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Woodburn
received from Woodburn
The romance of plant hunting
marked X (fair)
Ward, Theodora, Mrs.
Dickinson (Emily) room in Houghton Library and
ransacking her house and
Waring, Frank, Dr. and Mrs.
Warley garden in spring and summer (Willmott)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Gregory
received from Gregory
Warner, Langdon
Blisses missed DO visit by
Warner, Lorraine
Blisses enjoyed visit in Cambridge with
Warner, Marjorie F.
Bibliography of Gardening
marked XX (good)
Warner, Mr.
on Greek translator for MB
Warren, Charles, Mrs.
Warren, Helen S.
Warren, Mrs.
Blisses' concern on health of
distressed news from JT on illness of
hoping progress is going well
not doing well, Blisses likely to visit
progressing nicely
vacation in Calif., and surgery for
Wasgatt, Asa
washhouses
doors for
Washington, DC. See also Dumbarton Oaks Park; National Capital Parks
burning during War of 1812 of, maps to be offered to MB
cost of train tickets to Boston from
Flower Show, Sweeney to attend
people brought by World War II to, enjoying DO
Planning Commission
budget for DO Park and
cutting vista through DO Park and
Public Library, Georgetown Branch, concerts at
social relations during World War II in
Washington, George
Rules of civility
Washington Botanic Garden
as potential home for tubbed pots
Washington Conversations on International Organization
BF consulting visit to DO and
Bryce indispensible during
Bryce to BF on
conclusion of
confusion at DO after
garden tours and BF visit postponed due to
garden tours postponed due to
MB on Dewey and Hull and
as official name for conference at DO
opening meeting of
scholastic year for Research Fellows and
Secretary Hull and
Washington National Cathedral
BF and siting of
landscaping for
BF on Garden Club of America and
MB involvement with
MB on BF's early thoughts on
MB on Garden Club of America and
Women's Committees for
Washington Post
Blisses refuse Mrs. Cook article on DO for
Mrs. Poser sent material for article in
on opening of DO research library and museum
reporters on garden tour, story research by
Washington Self-Help Exchange, Inc.
DO tour as benefit for
Washington Star
on gift of DO to Harvard for art research
group tour of DO sponsored by
Priestley poem describing DO published in
wanting to write on DO Library and Bindery
Watelet, Claude-Henri
Essai sur les jardins
BF recommends DO buy
IMS order for
marked XXX (excellent)
water
for drinking, differences in Maine vs. Washington
for Garden of Fragrance
for Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
City Council ordinance on
as potential expense
water lilies. See also Nymphae
blue, blooms in swimming pool of
watercolors
no collectors' marks found on
Waterer, Hosea
account to Harvard of payments to
1941
1942
1943
BF further describing bills from
delays in Catalogue preparation by
as DO Park plants' source
Freesia var. Maryon, increased order for
invoices
Calla Rehmani Superba
flower seeds
freesia, daffodil, lily bulbs
Indian fire pumps
iris and lilies
lily bulbs
vegetable seeds
no response from
seeds order
for greenhouse, 1942
Waterfield, Margaret
Corners of grey old gardens
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Fiedler
Flower grouping in English, Scotch & Irish gardens
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
forwarded to DO from Reef Point
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Thorp
with prints in color
received at DO
Sept. 1948
Garden colour: spring, summer, autumn, winter (illus.)
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Fiedler
with prints in color
received from Fiedler
The waterlilies: a monograph of the genus Nymphaea (Conard)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Lundberg
with prints in color
received from Lundberg
Waterman, Thomas T.
Director's House open for viewing by
DO sculpture gallery construction and
draft plans for expansions at DO by
as glorious news
MB's difficulty in scheduling time with
new DO wing design and
new home for Blisses and
scale model photographs and
to see Director's House at Huntington
watermarks, Jackson on
Watson, William
Climbing plants
BF purchase for DO of
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Dulau
with prints in color
Favourite flowers of garden and greenhouse (with Step)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
not received by Sweeney
ordered from Gregory
received at DO
received from Gregory
Watsonias
at Casa Dorinda
collected as a group
for spring
waxflower
Geralton, Chamaelaucium ciliatum
arrived frozen from the stratosphere
gift to MB
MB on receiving
Wayside and woodland trees: a pocket guide to the British sylva (Step)
marked X (fair)
The wayside flowers of summer: a study of the conspicuous herbaceous plants blooming upon our northern roadsides during the months of July and August (Keeler)
marked XX (good)
Wayside Gardens
account to Harvard of payment to
as DO Park plants' source
nice catalogs from
plants for tennis court parterre
tulip orders
cancelled
weather effects. See also rain; storm damage
on Casa Dorinda
on Catalogue House displays
Kearney on gardens and
Weathers, John
The bulb book
marked X (fair)
weathervane
finding position for
for garage, deferring discussion on
for Kitchen Garden toolhouse
lettering for directional
MB still wants!
Weaver, Langdon
enjoyed visiting DO with Fellows
Weaver, Lawrence
Gardens for small country houses (with Jekyll)
BF recommends DO buy
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
in DO Garden Library
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
marked XXX, owned by DO and Arnold Arboretum
ordered by BF from Mass. Hort. Library
suggested for DO
Sweeney to check DO holdings for
Small country houses of today
received from Thorp
Webb, Miss. See Berkshire Garden Center, Stockbridge, Mass.
Weber, J. C.
Alpen-Pflanzen Deutschlands und der Schweiz
marked XX (good)
Webster, A. D.
Hardy ornamental flowering trees and shrubs
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XXX and owned by Arnold Arboretum
suggested for DO
Weckerle, Mr.
Wecter, Dixon, ed.
Mark Twain to Mrs. Fairbanks
details of when sent to DO
ordered for MB
publication announcement
weeds. See also A Manual of weeds
manual for identification of
Weeds of lawn and garden: a handbook for eastern temperate North America (Fogg)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
order for
Sweeney on acquiring
Sweeney on receiving
in Sweeney's office
Weeks, Johnny (John H.)
attempted Verga firing by
Casa Dorinda roof repair and
eucalyptus trees to be cut and
giving the Cadillac a workout
hiring battery and
improvement in plantings around house of
insurance for Casa Dorinda truck and
"Loquat Island" and
on moving road for
on Lucking's medical condition
Navy taking over Casa Dorinda and
Civil Service position to stay on
sequoia tree plaque photo by
tree protection by
Weigand, Martin
on Lank Woodwork Co.
Weigelia
in bloom, Sweeney on
in Catalogue House displays
in garage court, p.38
in the Orchard
on orchard side of fence along Goat Walk, p.45
on path from Orchard Hill to herbaceous border, p.45
at rear of Fellows' Quarters near Bryce's office, laundry &c., p.28
S. D. No. 116 (pink and white flowers)
at Superintendent's Cottage, p.29
at Superintendent's Cottage and around conservatory/Orangery
in whirling central panel, Catalogue House
Weigelia alba
Weigelia rosa
Weinmann, Johann Wilhelm
Phytanthoza iconographia
BF advises against purchasing
Jones's gratitude for return of
Manks's report on
MB decision not to acquire
offered for sale to MB
returned to Mrs. Jones
Shillaber's comments on price for
as worthy if in good condition
Weir, L. H. (ed.)
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
Weissenstein monograph. See Kleiner, Salomon
Weld, Isaac, Jr.
Travel through the States of North America and the Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada during the years 1795, 1796, and 1797
well, dipping. See dipping well
The well-considered garden (King)
BF purchase for DO
BF recommends DO buy
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
marked X (fair)
ordered from Fiedler
received from Fiedler
Sweeney to check on DO holdings
Welles, Sumner (Benjamin)
as Wharton relative, interest in her letters by
Wellesz, Emmy and Egon
Wells (SBBG horticulturalist)
glass house moving and reglazing and
Wells College Press
MB inquiry on completing series of Aurora pamphlets to
Werner, Arno
book restoration receipt of payment to
Rose Hill note book delivered to
West, Bessie
West, James, Mrs.
Westbrook. See also Cutting, Mrs.
Davey tree work using cement at
Westcott, Cynthia
The gardener's bug book
BF account of payment for
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Plant disease handbook
received by MxF Memorial Library
The plant doctor
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XXX and owned by Arnold Arboretum
suggested for DO
Western American alpines (Gabrielson)
marked XX (good)
Western High School
choric speech group of
Western Union
Reef Point service by Postal Telegraph vs.
Wetherby, Professor
at Gray Herbarium, Harvard
Wethered, Herbert Newton
A short history of gardens
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Weymouth, Dr.
on BF's presence and MxF's recovery
on MxF's progress after surgery
Wharton, Edith. See also Le Pavillon Colombe at Saint. Brice, France
BF visit to
in France, scheduling
need for
considerateness of
death of
condolences to BF on anniversary of
details in France after
estate of
books left to Colin Clark by
buying from residual legatee of
concerns about
Delafield's legal work on
disposition of
MB asked about Cezanne through Royall Tyler from
MB asked about Cezanne through the Kenneth Clarks from
settled, as relief to BF
garden near Paris, bird pool in
Hidcote descriptions by
illness of
Italian villas and their gardens
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XXX (excellent)
ordered from Fiedler
with prints in color
received from Fiedler
Lapsley's distribution of letters written by
letters from old secretary and mother of, at end of World War II
Mary Cadwalader Jones's gratitude for birthday wishes from
Redon oil painting during last months of
reflecting pool diagram at St. Brice and
What bird is that? A pocket museum of the land birds of the eastern United States, arranged according to season (Chapman)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
What England can teach us about gardening (Miller)
marked X (fair)
What every rose grower should know (American Rose Society)
in Sweeney's office
What happens in my garden (Wilder)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Gregory
received from Gregory
Whately, Thomas
Observations on modern gardening (with Walpole)
BF recommends DO buy
clarifying author of
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
IMS order for
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
MB selection of
MB unclear on who author is and whether paid for?
ordered from Gregory
received at DO
received from Edwards
sending on to DO
Sweeney confirms DO does not have and wants to buy
Sweeney to check DO holdings for
Wheat, Ross
asking for money down on a table for Blisses
wheat motifs
in bronze, invoice for
for Herb Garden fountain plaque
for North Vista railing, plasticene models of
for terrace E fountain plaque
Wheeldon, Thomas
Wheeler, Louis C.
nature walk through DO Park with
Wheeler, Monroe A.
Wheeler, Robert S.
as reference for DO Garden Scholarship applicant
Wheelock, Irene Grosvenor
Birds of California
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Where wild flowers grow (Maltby)
marked X (fair)
Wherry, Edgar T.
Guide to eastern ferns
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XXX and owned by DO
not received by Sweeney
order for
suggested for DO
Sweeney on acquiring
Sweeney on receiving
in Sweeney's office
Wild flower guide: northeastern and midland United States
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
as gift to Garden Club of Georgetown
June 1949 list
with prints in color
Whigham, H. J.
request to photograph DO
whirligig (whirling central panel). See Catalogue House, displays on whirligig
Whitaker, Charles H.
White (Wharton's longtime butler)
financial strains of
White, John R.
Big trees (with Fry)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
White, Larry
RB contacted to work with BF as Oaks architect
White, Lawrence Grant
on gold leaf for letters
Landscape Architecture article on DO and
Swimming Pool and Loggia design by
details of
east and west elevations and section of
north elevation of
northeast corner of
plan of
white magnolia. See also magnolias
Fessenden on results of spraying of
for R Street border
white oak. See Quercus alba
White pillars (Smith)
marked XX (good)
White pine monographs, 12 vols.
received by MxF Memorial Library
white pines. See also pines
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
White Rose of York
for educational interest
Whitehaven Street entrance. See Dumbarton Oaks Park
Whitehead (Nelson) Paper Co.
Whitehouses, MB to visit
whitewood
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Whitman, Winifred G.
Whitney, Richard, misery caused by
Whitridges, MB to visit
Whittemore, Mr.
Hooper on Huntington Library visit by
Whittemore, Thomas
appreciative of chocolates sent by Boris Ermoloff and Vladimir
death of
and publications of, Ermoloff on whether DO could accept?
Jackson on MB's evocation of
The whole art of husbandry: contained in foure bookes… (Heresbach)
marked XX (good)
Whyte (bookseller)
English Pleasure Gardens (Nichols) ordered from
Wigginton, Brooks E.
as reference for DO Garden Scholarship applicant
Wightman, Julia
Wild flower guide: northeastern and midland United States (Wherry)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
as gift to Garden Club of Georgetown
June 1949 list
with prints in color
Wild Flower Preservation Society
plans to visit DO by
Wild flowers (House)
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
with prints in color
in Sweeney's office
Wild flowers and ferns: in their homes and in our gardens (Durand)
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XXX and owned by Arnold Arboretum
suggested for DO
Wild flowers in literature (Randall)
marked X (fair)
Wild flowers of Australia (Harris)
marked XX (good)
The wild flowers of early spring; a study of one hundred flowers growing in the suburbs of Cleveland and throughout northern Ohio (Keeler)
marked XX (good)
Wild flowers of North American mountains (Henshaw)
marked XX (good)
Wild flowers of the Cape; a floral year (Hamer)
marked XX (good)
Wild flowers of the great dominions of the British empire (Cecil)
marked XX (good)
The wild garden: or, our groves and gardens made beautiful by the naturalisation of hardy exotic plants; being one way onwards from the dark ages of flower gardening, with suggestions for the regeneration of the bare borders of the London Parks (Robinson)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
order for
ordered by BF but not received
ordered for Sweeney's Garden Guide Library
Sweeney on receiving
in Sweeney's office
Wilder, Louise Beebe
Adventures in my garden and rock garden
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Fiedler
Adventures with hardy bulbs
marked XX (good)
not needed from Woodburn
ordered from Gregory
received at DO
Colour in my garden
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Fiedler
with prints in color
My garden
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Fiedler
Pleasures and problems of a rock garden
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
marked XX (good)
in Sweeney's office
The fragrant path; a book about sweet scented flowers and leaves
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Fiedler
What happens in my garden
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Gregory
received from Gregory
The Wilderness
early thoughts of
plantings from East Lawn to
plantings from Lovers' Lane to
Wildflowers (Woolcott)
available in Washington area
Wilkins, Mr.
DO photograph loaned to RH returned to
Wilkinson, Victoria Adele
A handbook of the blind (Bindt) to be given to
National Institute for the Blind, London and
Willgoose, Rose A.
arrived at DO as assistant to Mrs. Clark
BF expectations for
books intended for Rare Book Collection and
as Founders Room book cataloguer
illness of
on new address when sending books to DO
new book list from Reef Point list and
on order for 3rd copy of Vanvitelli's Dichiarazione dei disegno del reale palazzo di Caserta…
ordering Huntington Library books for MB
possible book list typing by
rare books list in Founders' Room and
Sweeney asked to inform of books sent from Reef Point to DO
William Hughes, Inc.
Box Terrace paving by
estimate for
underway and will finish before Symposium
rail for steps north of swimming pool estimate by
William platform seat
awaiting building of forsythia arch
clarifying inscription details for
forsythia arch design and
Williams, Bradford
asks RP to write BF tribute for A.S.L.A. Quarterly
MB and RP contributions to
death of, condolence letter on
DO Garden Advisory Committee and
DO landscape plans and drawings and
BF on value, preservation, and use of
BF suggests advertising for student use of
cataloguer for, advice sought on
cataloguing of, JT will contact about
cataloguing of, MB will take up in the autumn
MB gratitude for BF vision on
Landscape Architecture article on DO and
asking for rush delivery
Bryce arranging for photos with Stewart for
DO as news and
JT permission for
JT to review and send on to
JT's approval of wired to
Reef Point visit by
Research Fellow in landscape gardening at DO and
Williams, Hermann W., Jr.
recommended Filliatre seek DO bookbinding work
Williamsburg, Va. See Colonial Williamsburg
Willis, Dr.
as surgeon, MB praise for
Willis, Mr.
Blisses' unable to seek funding for Robinson volume from
Willison, Curtis
Willmott, Ellen
The genus rosa
BF recommends DO buy from Staack (No. 311)
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XXX and owned by Arnold Arboretum
MB has
ordered from Dulau
received from Staack
suggested for DO
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
No. 311 in Staack catalogue, sent to DO from Staack
Warley garden in spring and summer
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Gregory
received from Gregory
willow oak (Quercus phellos)
price by Princeton Nurseries for
T.D. No. 86, Leaf
willows. See also under Salix
buds on
dwarf, at Reef Point
golden, north of enclosed yard, p.25
for northwest side of Box Walk
replacement of
replacement postponed until after Bryce's vacation
for Swimming Pool
Wilson, E. Percival, Mrs.
Wilson, Ernest Henry
America's greatest garden: the Arnold Arboretum
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
marked XXX, owned by DO and Arnold Arboretum
suggested for DO
in Sweeney's office
Aristocrats of the garden
BF recommends DO buy
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered by BF from Mass. Hort. Library
in Sweeney's office
Aristocrats of the trees
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XXX, owned by DO and Arnold Arboretum
ordered from Fiedler
suggested for DO
The cherries of Japan
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XX (good)
marked XXX and owned by Arnold Arboretum
suggested for DO
China, mother of gardens
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Fiedler
If I were to make a garden
marked XX (good)
The lilies of eastern Asia
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XXX and owned by Arnold Arboretum
ordered from Fiedler
suggested for DO
A monograph of azaleas (with Rehder)
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
DO has copy of
DO now has duplicate copies of
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Fiedler
received at DO
received from Fiedler
sent to DO
sent to DO from Reef Point
will advise when received at DO
More aristocrats of the garden
BF recommends DO buy
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
in Sweeney's office
Plant hunting
marked XX (good)
A romance of trees
marked XX (good)
Wilson, Helen Van Pelt
DO visit by
Geraniums, pelargoniums, for windows and gardens
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Fiedler
with prints in color
received from Fiedler
Hopkins to introduce MB to
Wilson, Lester G., Mrs.
Wilson, Orme, Mrs.
Wilson, Wayne H.
as reference for DO Garden Scholarship applicant
Wilstach, Paul
Potomac landings
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Wilton Garden (Caus)
decision to not purchase
Harvard's Houghton Library declined to purchase
marked X (fair)
quality of Rosenbach copy to be checked
Quaritch to notify if one becomes available
received at DO
report to MB on price and quality of
review copy returned to Rosenbach
sent with description of to BF for review
Wind, Dr.
windows
in loggia
Windsor Castle and the waterway thither (Adams)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
wine cellar at DO, MB questions for JT on
Wing, L. Stuart
as manna sent from on high
MB on willingness to work for SBBG of
Wingman, Henry M., Mrs.
Wings at my window (Govan)
received by MxF Memorial Library
Winslow, F., Mrs.
Greek translation by
Winslow, Harriet
winter home, Farrand's
MB and Calif. house for
at Valley Club of Montecito, Calif.
during 1942-43
during 1943-44
during 1945-46
away from cold and snow
BF grateful for suggestion of
BF gratitude to MB for
Farrands "may stay as long they please" at
gap if no Blisses at Casa Dorinda
good place to be ill in
journey successfully negotiated to
looking forward to
MB and house for Farrands at
non-resident privilege holder membership at
potential daffodil order for
potential for
recuperating from illness in
as sensible choice
tenancy over 90 days no longer permitted at
view at night from
winter jasmine. See also Jasminum
beginning of blooming by
buds on
dearth of blooming on
Jasminum nudiflorum
for Apple Orchard and arbor
wintering over plants. See also greenhouses at DO
for the Orangery
Wirgau, Robert William
as DO Garden Scholarship recipient in 1959
Wisconsin Avenue
DO Park stream flooding threat from Observatory Circle vs.
flooding from, sewer line location and
widening of and storm drain for
The Wissahickon (Daly)
received by MxF Memorial Library
Wister, John C.
Bulbs for American gardens
marked X (fair)
ordered from Argosy
ordered from Mass. Hort. Library
Four seasons in your garden
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
The iris
marked XX (good)
Wisteria. See also specific species
in Arbor Terrace, Kearney's plan for supporting trunk of
beauty of, in spring
in Beech Terrace on walls, p.46
for British scented garden for the blind
at Fellows' Quarters center courtyard entrance, p.27
at front steps trained vertically
at Gate House entrance, p.19
ironwork in quatrefoil gate south end terrace D
on Museum Cortile, south side wall, p.17
north of house from copse east and including terraces A-E
for North Vista platform
over entrance doors and on steps, p.47
standard, for forcing in the Orangery
at Superintendent's Cottage and around conservatory/Orangery
from Terrior Column to entrance gate, right side, p.52
well-flowered, as representative photo of DO gardens
Wisteria Arbor. See also Arbor Garden or Terrace
bench and chair replacement for
Steinbraker can repair
fountain
inscription on, BF correction of text
source of inscription on
inscriptions for
bookcase arch
panels for
bookcase arch
plantings on Goat Walk from Box Walk to, p.45
Wisteria chinensis
Chinese wisteria
Arbor Terrace
seed stalks sent to Van Rensselaer of
received in good condition
at Superintendent's Cottage, p.29
underplanted with ivy on south Orangery wall
Wisteria multijuga
C. No. 43
Wisteria sinensis
along 32nd St. wall from kitchen entrance gate to JT's entrance gate, p.22
in Beech Terrace, p.44
from Beech Terrace to Loggia, p.44
on Box Walk, p.42
Chinese wisteria
East Lawn
Front Lawn
Lovers' Lane Pool
Rose Garden
on Crabapple Hill, p.42
at Director's house and terrace, p.33
from DO residence front entrance to Orangery, p.46
East Lawn, incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
in garage court, p.38
in garage court, p.39
in Green Garden, p.45
Iris Hill - Ellipse to Branch East of Forsythia Hill
on Orangery, p.46
in the Orchard
plant listings
purple, on Museum Cortile, north side, p.17
in Rose Garden, p.42
on terrace B (Urn Terrace), p.35
on terrace B south of steps, p.34
on terrace E arbor, p.49
at Terrior Column, p.52
on walk between cutting garden and Box Walk, p.40
on wall along north side of walk from service entrance, p.17
Wisteria sinensis xx
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
Witham, Margaret, Mrs.
Wittig, Mr. (publisher from Hamburg)
Ross meets with
Wittrock, Gustav L.
Pruning book
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
Wm. J. Jones & Co. See Jones (Wm. J.) & Co.
WOL radio broadcasts, on gardens by Miss Horner
Wolff, Katharine
Wolff, Robert Lee
Byzantium and the Slavs Symposium at DO (April 1952) and
Wolseley, Frances Garnet Wolseley, Viscountess
Gardening for women
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered by BF from Mass. Hort. Library
Sweeney confirms DO does not have and wants to buy
Sweeney to check DO holdings for
Gardens: their form and design
marked XX (good)
A woman's hardy garden (Ely)
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Fiedler
received by MxF Memorial Library
received from Fiedler
Women's Auxiliary of the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers
DO visit by, refused
Women's Civic League, Baltimore
Women's Division of the National Security League
Women's Farm and Garden Group
DO visit by
Women's Overseas League
Washington Unit
Wood and garden (Jekyll)
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
in DO Garden Library
as gift to Garden Club of Georgetown
June 1949 list
marked XXX, owned by DO and Arnold Arboretum
not received
ordered for Sweeney's Garden Guide Library
ordered from Quaritch
Sept. 1948
suggested for DO
Sweeney on receiving
in Sweeney's office
Wood notes wild, notations of bird music (Cheney)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Wood Thrush (magazine)
annual dues for
Woodburn, Elizabeth (bookseller)
suggested as cataloguer for DO
titles ordered from
titles received at DO from
Woodbury, Professor
as McDaniels's friend
Woodcock, H. Drysdale
Lilies, their culture and management (with Coutts)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Sept. 1948
Lilies of the world (with Stern)
BF recommends DO buy
ordered from Bain
Woodlawn Plantation, Garden Gossip article on restoration of
Woodrow Wilson High School
teachers, visits to DO gardens by
tickets for Finlandia concert to
Woodruff, Helen
Woodruff, Pauline B.
Woods, Annie (in St. Louis)
Woods, Arthur
Woods, Helen (Mrs. Arthur)
Arthur's illness and
Katharine Harvey and
writing of
Woods, Mrs. (on R Street and DO boundary)
Woods, Sam, wanting to visit DO gardens
woodshed, old, heating question for Bryce on
Woodward, C. Vann
Woodward, Carol
Flora of the unicorn tapestries (with Alexander)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Woodward, Marcus
The New Book of Trees
woodwork prices
The woody plants of Maine (Hyland and Steinmetz)
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
Woolf, Leonard
Woolf, Virginia
Kew Gardens (No. 299 of a limited edition of 500 copies)
received by MxF Memorial Library
manuscripts and diaries of
donors suggested for acquisition of
Woolley, R. V. Clifford
Herbaceous borders for amateurs
marked X (fair)
Woolridge, John
No. 313 in Staack catalogue
BF recommends DO buy
Systema horti-culturae, or, The art of gardening: in three books
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list, printed for Samuel Speed
Feb. 1949 list, printed for Thos. Dring
June 1949 list, printed for Samuel Speed
June 1949 list, printed for Thos. Dring
marked X (fair)
MB selection of
received from Staack
sent to DO
Woolson, G. A.
Ferns and how to grow them
marked XX (good)
Wooster, David
Alpine plants
BF wants to see before placing order for
work yard
at Dumbarton Oaks
plantings for, questions on
Quarters building enlargement and plantings around
at Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
as major priority, construction estimate for
The works in architecture of Robert and James Adam
received by MxF Memorial Library
The works in verse and prose (Shenstone)
BF on importance in DO Garden Center of
BF recommends DO buy
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
IMS order for
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
MB selection of
received from Edwards
Sweeney grateful for information on
Sweeney questioning fit of, for Garden Library
Works Progress Administration, Historic American Buildings Survey
workshop. See also toolhouse
heating question for Bryce on
at Reef Point
World War II. See also Pearl Harbor bombing; vegetable gardens
air raid shelter at DO and, Bryce, RB, and JT on
American troops are in Paris!
as Cataclysm, MB on
courage in tragic situation of
course of
DO usefulness for government meetings during
emotional end of
enemy alien at DO during
gas rationing, volunteers at SBBG and
greenhouses at DO and
BF pondering best response for valuables preservation in
decision to close during
heating private greenhouses during
heating question for Bryce on
how to curtail during 1944-45?
JT on not closing during
MB disturbed at thought of closing
proposed closing of to preserve DO valuables during
selecting plants for moving to Orangery
hand-carried letters from France on
heads of major British and Scots gardens on
Huntington employee's invalid daughter in England during
increasing numbers of dependent refugees during
Japanese air raid on Calif. coast during
Japanese invasion during
California's expectation of
MB on prospects of
letters from Wharton's secretary and mother to BF at end of
Navy taking over Casa Dorinda during
Polish Relief during, use of DO grounds for fete supporting
Post War Security Conference at DO and. See Washington Conversations on International Organization
preserving DO valuables during
BF pondering best response on
JT proposal for
progress of, as encouraging
RB's State Dept. work and MB's wish to remain on west coast
refugees and artists swamping Blisses during
rose growers during, shortage of help for
Rubber Committee meetings at DO during
train tickets during
cost of Washington to Boston
difficulties of getting
transportation difficulties during
travel planning during
BF return from DO arranged
Victory Gardens during
DO staff and
joint NAG/AWVS planning meetings for
visas from England during
volunteer work for
The world was my garden: travels of a plant explorer (Fairchild)
marked X (fair)
marked XX (good)
received by MxF Memorial Library
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
Worlidge, John W.
Systeme Agriculture, the mystery of husbandry, etc.
BF recommends DO buy
IMS order for
marked X (fair)
received from Edwards
woven fabric. See fabric
Wright, Anna Allen and Albert Hazen Wright
Handbook of frogs and toads: the frogs and toads of the United States and Canada
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Wright, Claude R., Mrs.
Wright, H. E.
Wright, Horace John
Beautiful flowers and how to grow them (with Walter P. Wright)
ordered from Fiedler
Sweet peas - present day gardening series
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Fiedler
with prints in color
received from Fiedler
Wright, Louis Booker
Wright, Mabel Osgood
Flowers and ferns in their haunts
marked X (fair)
Wright, Richardson
Flowers for cutting and decoration
marked X (fair)
Gardener's tribute
received by MxF Memorial Library
The practical book of outdoor flowers
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Fiedler
Wright, Walter P.
Alpine flowers and rock gardens
marked X (fair)
Beautiful flowers and how to grow them (with Horace J.. Wright)
ordered from Fiedler
Wright, William
Grotesque architecture; or, Rural amusement
marked X (fair)
Wroth, Warwick William
The London pleasure gardens of the eighteenth century
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
ordered from Gregory
received from Gregory
wrought iron. See ironwork
Wyckoff, J. B., Mr. and Mrs.
Wyman, Donald
Crabapples for America
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Hedges, screens & windbreaks their uses, selection and care
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Fiedler
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Shrubs and vines for American gardens
June 1949 list
received at DO
The arboretums and botanical gardens of North America
on Anne Sweeney's desk upon return to Dumbarton Oaks
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Wyman, Mr. (of Arnold Arboretum)
Wythe garden, Williamsburg, Va., plant list