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C Terrace. See terrace C
cabbage seeds
Danish Ballhead
Golden Acre
Jersey Wakefield
invoice
Savoy
invoice
The Cactaceae; descriptions and illustrations of plants of the cactus family (Britton and Rose)
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
Cadron Solaire
BF and RH to work up estimate for
wanting to get started on
Cadwalader, John
death of, as gap for Farrands
Caen stone
for finalities tablet, MB on acceptability of
Caesar's Column: A Story of the Twentieth Century (Donnelly)
Caetani, Gelasio B.A.
inscription dedicated to
Caladium
Ann. No. 13
Calceolaria
Cloth of Silver, unable to obtain seeds of
The Fairy, unable to obtain seeds of
Hyb. Grandiflora mixed
seeds invoice
seeds order
in Orangery, photo of to go to MB
Sutton's Perfection, seeds order for greenhouse
Calceolaria clibrani
seeds order for greenhouse
seeds order for Trivett's
Calceolaria profusa
Bryce to review
seeds invoice
Calceolaria sinclarii
plants wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Calchortus at SBBG, estimates for planting
Calega officinalis alba
as perennial seeds for MB
Calendula
for Casa Dorinda spring
Orange Sunshine
seeds invoice
seeds order
Calendula chrysantha
seeds invoice
seeds orders
Calendula chrysanthemifolia
Ann. No. 14
Caleopsis
Grand. Auricula Superba seeds invoice
Caleopsis atrosanguinea
seeds invoice
Calhoun, James E.
as former owner of DO?
on historic tablet
Calhoun, John C.
as former owner of DO
California
Pacific states version of Rehder's Manual of cultivated trees and shrubs and
California Gardens (Dobyns)
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
California Horticultural Society, Journal of
Van Rensselaer paper on Diplacus for
California Nurserymen's Association
Van Rensselaer job offer by
California State Relief Administration agreement
cutting trees at Casa Dorinda and
MB opposition to
proposed
Calla
at Casa Dorinda, placing tufts of
Calla palustris
P. H. No. 52
Calla rehmanni Superba invoice
Callicarpa japonica
in Catalogue House display Oct. 4, 1941
S. D. No. 17
Callicarpa purpurea
in Catalogue House display Oct. 4, 1941
on Crabapple Hill
on Crabapple Hill, p.43
at Fellows' Quarters service entrance, p.28
from garage court to Ellipse, p.38
at North Vista wooden steps, p.39
on path to Mrs. Clark's cottage from service walk, p.25
S. D. No. 18
on service road to rock wall near Hazel Walk, p.35
Calliopsis
Ann. Golden Crown seeds
Tiger Star
seeds invoice
seeds order
Calliopsis nigra speciosa
seeds invoice
seeds order
Calluna vulgaris
East Lawn, incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
on service road to rock wall near Hazel Walk, p.35
Calluna vulgaris var. alba
East Lawn, incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
Calopogon tuberosus
P. H. No. 191
Caltha palustris
P. H. No. 53
Calthrop, Dion Clayton
The Charm of Gardens
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Argosy
with prints in color
received from Argosy
A Diary of an Eighteenth Century Garden
received by MxF Memorial Library
Calvin, Joa.
Institucion de la religion Christiana; compuesta en quatro libros y dividia en capitulos
already sold by Rosenthal
Calycanthus floridus
on Crabapple Hill
on Crabapple Hill, p.43
at Superintendent's cottage and around conservatory/Orangery
Calystegia spithamaea
C. No. 4
Camassia
from terrace D's south gate to Orangery, p.50
Camassia esculenta
Bu. No. 7
for DO Park
Cambridge Botanic Garden. See also Cameron, Robert
Harvard appropriation of ground and funds of
Camellia
for Apple Orchard and arbor
at Casa Dorinda, nicotines to be removed from
Camellia Garden. See also Lilac Circle
Hopkins's plans for reconstruction of
Steinbraker's estimate on work for reconstruction of
Camellia japonica
for Arbor Terrace
Camellia sasanqua
espaliered, for Arbor Terrace
Camellias (Berlèse)
BF advises against purchasing
Camellias (Hestrich)
ordered from Huntington Library
Cameron, Mrs. (Elizabeth Lindsay's aunt)
death of
Cameron, Robert
consulting at Reef Point
Camp May Flather. See Girl Scouts
Campanula aparinoides
P. H. No. 54
Campanula camp calycanthema
blue, white, pink, mauve
to be sown summer of 1922
Campanula capitata glomerata
Bi. No. 4
Campanula carpatica, blue and white
to be sown summer of 1922
as perennial seeds for MB
Campanula garganica
seeds order
Campanula glomerata
seeds invoice
seeds order
Campanula glomerata dahurica
to be sown summer of 1922
Campanula grandiflora alba
to be sown summer of 1922
Campanula latiflora
as perennial seeds for MB
seeds wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Campanula persicifolia, blue and white
to be sown summer of 1922
as perennial seeds for MB
Campanula pertenschlagiana
seeds wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Campanula pyrimidalis
to be sown summer of 1922
as perennial seeds for MB
Campanula pyrimidalis alba
as perennial seeds for MB
Campanula rotundifolia
P. H. No. 54-54A
Campanula sactiflora cerulea
to be sown summer of 1922
Campanula specularia
P. H. No. 55
Campanula vidalii
plants wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Campanula volutina
seeds wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Campbell, Mrs.
named trail at SBBG and
Canaday, Elizabeth B.
Canadian wild flowers / painted and lithographed by Agnes Fitzgibbon (Traill)
marked XX (good)
candytuft
Casa Dorinda arrangements with
seeds
for 2 years
Giant Hyacinth white flowered, invoice
Giant Hyacinth white flowered, order
white, invoice for
white, order for
candytuft gibraltarica
pink tinge, to be sown summer of 1922
candytuft sempervirens. See also Iberis sempervirens
perennial white
to be sown summer of 1922
seeds invoice
seeds order
Canna liliflora
Bu. No. 8
Cannibals All! or, Slaves without Masters (Fitzhugh)
canopies
above seat on stair landing between terrace C and D
over vase south of terrace D
Cantacuzene, Julia
to have additional eye surgery
improved vision of
MB news delivered to
vision really better?
would BF tell her about RB's surgery?
Canterbury bells
single blue invoice
single light blue
invoice
seeds order
single pink invoice
single white
invoice
as perennial seeds for MB
seeds order
Canyon Road in SBBG, study of
cap mouldings
for piers in Swimming Pool area
capping, moulded, for rail at North Vista
Capsella bursa-nastoris
Ann. No. 15 (weed)
Caragana arborescens
carbon tetrachloride, paradichlorobenzene and, for fumigation
BF note on
card index (file). See also Catalogue House; Garden Library; plant lists; planting record book
for Catalogue House record keeping, BF on
of Garden books moved in Underworld Garden Guide Service office
for Garden Library books
of rare books in Founders' Room
Cardamine bulbosa
P. H. No. 24 (with Anemoella thalictroides)
Carden, Samuel Poe, Mrs.
DO photographs used in lecture by
cards, of DO gardens. See also postcards, picture
petty cash for Sweeney purchase of
Carex aquatilis
P. H. No. 56
Carex axillaris
P. H. No. 57
Carex davallina
P. H. No. 58
Carex dioica
P. H. No. 59
Carex disticha
P. H. No. 60
Carex hirta
P. H. No. 61
Carex laevigata
P. H. No. 62
Carex panicea
P. H. No. 63
Carex pendula
P. H. No. 64
Carex remota
P. H. No. 65
Carex stricta
P. H. No. 66-66A
in whirligig display
Carex strigosa
P. H. No. 67
Carex sylvatica
P. H. No. 68
Carex vulgaris
P. H. No. 69
Carex vulpina
P. H. No. 70
Carmichael, Dr. (at Smithsonian)
Carmichael, Pearl
Carnation grenadier, white, to be sown summer of 1922
carnations, for British scented garden for the blind
Carnations and all Dianthus (Allwood)
ordered from Mass. Hort. Library
Carnegie Hall
Children's Concert Memorial at
dedication of Ernest Schelling's bust at
Caroline platform seat
awaiting building of forsythia arch
clarifying inscription details for
forsythia arch design and
Carpenter, Alberta S.
arranging HW Draper visit with JT and
BF receipt for Harvard cheques sent to
budget figures for BF
for 1944-45 planning
breakdown of more detail for
drinking cups for visitors and
funding for reference prints and books and
garden reference books placed in alcove near
Kearney tribute and
acknowledging receipt of BF's share of
BF check for her share sent to
to inform BF of her part in
Landscape Architecture article on DO and
Leclerq's communications with
on medical issues regarding DO staff
pass to admit BF to the grounds and
postcards for DO and
to prod JT on writing to BF
review of BF's invoices by
passed eagle eye of
request for
Sweeney visit to Reef Point and
vacation of, book lists needed by BF and
The carpenter's treasure: a collection of designs for temples, with their plans, gates, doors, rails, and bridges, in the Gothic taste (Wallis)
marked XX (good)
Carpinis carolinianum
at Butler's Cottage
Carpinus caroliniana
Ironwood
plant listings
carrots
Calif. Bunching seeds
Danver's seeds
French Forcing seeds
Imp. Long Orange seeds
Red Cored Chantenay seeds
Carruthers, R. H,
Carter, Anna Burnham
Shakespeare's gardens
marked XX (good)
Carter, H. Gilbert
Descriptive labels for botanic gardens
marked X (fair)
Guide to the University Botanic Garden, Cambridge
marked X (fair)
Carter, Helene. See First the Flower, Then the Fruit
Carter, R. H., Mr. and Mrs.
Carter-Saunders garden, Williamsburg, Va., plant list
Cartwright, Julia. See Ady, Julia Mary Cartwright
Carum carvi
Ann. No. 16
Bi. No. 5
Carum petroselinum
Ann. No. 17
Carya. See also Hicoria
butternut hickory, No. 182
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Carya glabra
Nos. 78, 248-249
Carya laciniosa
T. D. No. 47
Carya ovata
shagbark hickory, Nos. 12, 116
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Caryopteris, for 1922 flower garden
Caryopteris incana
Casa de Muebles (furniture shop?)
Casa Dorinda
Army does not want use of
barranca bridges at
north, veils needing more ivy on
west, jasmine to be planted east of
BF checking on
BF needing answers to questions regarding
Blisses to spend winter at
China caddy and potpourri jar as memento from
closing of
arduous work for
BF on work entailed in
BF thrilled on news of
given to U.S. Navy as hospital/rehabilitation center
as strain on MB
cut flowers at, suggestions for arranging
cypress
MB on absence of
MB relief at Van Rensselaer on
protection for
toppled, news clipping on
daffodils for, Oregon Bulb to send appropriate mixture of
eucaplytus trees
Calif. State Relief Administration agreement and
Kennerly on permission for cutting
Kennerly on Relief Admin. and cutting of
proposed agreement for
gardens are lovely, Blisses glad to return to
Gillum Tree Co. landscaping services for
details of, to start immediately
estimates for
gutter repair
MB leaves to Weeks and BF
landscape staff at. See also Lucking, Philip; Weeks, Johnny
asking for raise in pay
changes to
Civil Service positions to stay on after Navy moves into
explanatory letter on Marra
on filling Marra position at
old, question on monetary gifts for, upon retirement of
young assistant fired for unsatisfactory work
young assistant hired for
landscaping questions at
delivering notes on to MB
MB reads BF's notes on
MB satisfied with BF report on
notes from April visit to
notes from Nov. 21 and 22 visits to
trees and shrubs at, notes on pruning and cutting
"Loquat Island" at
memories of
Navy moves into
Civil Service positions for garden staff to stay on at
gates shut and public to keep out of
little progress after
looking deserted
no news on any activity after
news clippings
on cypress toppled at
on use of
olive trees
chosen for
good fruiting varieties ordered for
growing well
Hamsher on
planting with ample room for
transplanting concerns
organ from, donated to Santa Barbara Art Museum
planning meeting with MB at
protection for two trees at?
insufficient around the Guadalupe
Lucking awaiting Navy Commanding Officer for
MB awaiting Van Rensselaer report on
MB relief at Van Rensselaer on
still lagging
Van Rensselaer on excellent condition of
Weeks's report and BF reply to
roof at
disturbing news of
repair to
sale of
BF on
offer to buy placed for
prospective buyers viewing
prospects for?
sequoia tree photo
Sweeney's presence missing at
transfer questions about
weather's effects on
Casper, Lloyd C.
Orchids are easy to grow (with Logan)
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
Cassandra. See Chamoedaphne calyculata
Cassia marylandica
S. D. No. 19
Cassiobury Park. See Britton, John
Cassiope lycopodioides
at Reef Point
cast stone
for paving, contractors for
Castalia odorata
Ann. No. 18
Castanea
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Castanea dentata
north of enclosed yard, p.25
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
T.D. No. 16
in whirligig display at Catalogue House Oct. 4, 1941
Castanea pumila
Ellipse to Branch East of Forsythia Hill
Castanea vulgaris
T.D. No. 17
Cat. Ex. Plant illustrations before 1850 (Grolier Club)
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
in Mrs. Clark's custody
catalogue cards. See card index
Catalogue de la bibliothèque de la Société nationale d'horticulture de France
marked XXX (excellent)
Catalogue House
after transition to Harvard
BF first report to Harvard on DO grounds policy on
changing displays for
as educational element
finding storage for materials for
Sweeney as curator for
Sweeney's departure leaves no access to boxed-up materials for
Sweeney's role in
Sweeney's tenure extended to complete work for
displays for. See also Catalogue House, displays on wall panel; Catalogue House, displays on whirligig
BF on photos of annuals for
clumps of plants shown in
damp weather effects on
Davis to re-space metal frames
drawing of
final, Horneman as Sweeney assistant on
Fulkerson as potential source for
materials needing replacement for
MB on funding acquisition of prints for
Oct. 4, 1941 list of plants in, p.3 and p.5
panel removal difficult
panels becoming dirty and weather stained
paper dummies of May-June
paste-ups of
for spring
storage required for
Sweeney seeks MB approval of Fessenden photos for
for Winter, Sweeney on nice comments about
displays on wall panel
of ferns, tulips, and iris
of flowers, Sweeney and
on herbs, grasses, or weeds
Sept. display lists 1938
Sweeney on seasonal set-up lists for
displays on whirligig (whirling central panel)
alternate plan for Orangery without moving
Bryce not wanting to move
choices for displays on
concerns on removal of
in the Orangerie, decisions to be made on
plans for relocating
as priority in Catalogue House
sample cards for final information lists for
seasonal set-up lists for
Sept. display lists 1938
as educational center, Bryce and Sweeney to-do list for
emptied for winter
enlargement of, to be discussed with MB
Garden Library and
BF's vision for
budget under Harvard for
impressiveness of
Library. See also books, reference; Garden Library
additions to
BF for suggestions that MB might purchase for
MB funding for books and prints for
Pennsylvania Bureau of Forests' trees bulletin and
potential titles for
line of the road from forsythia steps and
long-term plan for
map in
Bryce on photographing of
JT asking Bryce to have photograph taken of
photograph needed for planting record book of
potential, by W.P.A. artist for
potential photograph for
reproduced for garden booklet
RP to revise for descriptive booklet
MB's availability to discuss her plans for
notes on, forwarded to MB
plan for interior and exterior elevations
planning day with Sweeney and MB at
plants for
quotation on
BF to ask MB for source of
from Mrs. Kellogg's poems
record keeping for
BF on alphabetical card index for
blooming schedule and displays in
challenge for Sweeney in organizing
content of reference cards for plants featured in
deciduous tree list
difficulties of organizing material for
final information lists and new plans for wall spaces in
indices, numbering system, color transparencies for
numbering system sequence for
tips for Sweeney on organizing displays in
SBBG to use as educational model
spelling of
MB refuses to give up "ue"
Sweeney to ask MB on
what is MB's preference?
structure and walkway
Sweeney's work on
BF comments on
BF on continuing
BF praise for
compliments for
excellent, congratulations for
return to
samples sent to MB of
visitor hordes not visiting
The Catalogue of Music in the Huntington Library (Backus, ed.)
details of when sent to DO
ordered for MB
publication announcement
Catalogue of the Botanical Books in the Collection of Rachel McMasters Miller Hunt
Catalogus Plantarum (Society of Gardeners)
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Mrs. Clark's custody
Catalpa
on drive from 32nd St. to garage court, p.34
No. 45
Sweeney notes on transportation to DO for
Catalpa bignonioides
Nos. 5-6
Nos. 202, 204-205
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
T.D. No. 18
Catalpa catalpa
T.D. No. 19
Catalpa speciosa
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
at Superintendent's cottage and around conservatory/Orangery
Catargi, Marcelle
Cathedral. See Washington National Cathedral
La Cathédrale de Djakovo (L'Académie Sud-Slave des Sciences at des Beaux-Arts a Zagreb)
received by MxF Memorial Library
Cato, Marcus Porcius
Roman farm management: the treatises of Cato and Varro
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
in Mrs. Clark's custody
Cattleya (white orchid)
blooming at Farrand home in Calif.
as gift by Farrands to DO
MB on only type of that family she enjoys
as potential gift from Farrands to DO
Cattrani, Balthasar
Garden Library seeking information on
gouache compositions
Caultheria shallon
for R Street border
Caus, Isaac de
Wilton Garden
decision not to 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
Cause, Hendrick
De koninglycke hovenier aanwyzende de middelen om boom en bloemen en kruyden te zaayen, planten aen quecken en voort teelen
BF recommends DO buy
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
received from Staack
sent to DO
Ceanothus (McMinn and Van Rensselaer)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Ceanothus
SBBG book on
Van Rensselaer's collection of
Ceanothus americanus
S. D. No. 20
Ceanothus section at SBBG
blooming of
service road through
estimate for
MB gift allocation for
MB understanding need for postponement of
options for starting of
trails undecided through
Cecil, Evelyn, Mrs. (Alicia Amherst)
A history of gardening in England
1st ed., bought for DO by BF
1st ed., Feb. 1949 list
1st ed., in DO Garden Library
1st ed., ordered from Argosy
does DO already own?
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Argosy
received from Argosy
Bibliography of English works on gardening
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XXX (excellent)
in Mrs. Clark's custody
Children's gardens
marked X (fair)
London Parks and Gardens
marked XX (good)
Some Canadian wild flowers: being the first part of Wild flowers of the great dominions
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Fiedler
with prints in color
Wild flowers of the great dominions of the British empire
marked XX (good)
Cedar Terrace. See also North Vista
box, to be used elsewhere
consoles on North Vista and
on Agenda of April 15th
lyre-shaped, Phelps's bid for
as representative photo of DO gardens
walls for
to be raised, reason for
JT's uncertainty about
cedars
ordered from Mr. Sargent
red, Sweeney's garden talk notes about
at Reef Point, spraying of
on South Lawn look well
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Cedrus atlantica
Atlas cedar, East Lawn
at south lawn edge, p.52
Cedrus deodara
32nd Street border, south side
at Butler's Cottage
in Catalogue House display Oct. 4, 1941
in the Copse
in the Copse, p.37
Deodar cedar
Cockylocky
Front Lawn
numerous
at Director's house and terrace, p.34
on drive from 32nd St. to garage court, p.34
East Lawn
East Lawn, incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
for East Lawn to replace cedar of Lebanon?
hanging over wall from Copse, p.22
near Music Room, p.36
plant listings
East Lawn
R Street, front of house
between R Street wall and driveway, p.47
between R Street wall and driveway, p.48
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
from terrace D's south gate to Orangery, p.50
Cedrus libani or Cedrus libanotica (Cedar of Lebanon)
BF, Sweeney, and Gray on nomenclature for Catalogue House
in Catalogue House display Oct. 4, 1941
East Lawn, incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
East Lawn, Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
on East Lawn killed by storm
no regrets on removal of
potential replacements for
small Bride and medium holly to replace?
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
north of house from copse east and including terraces A-E
on North Vista, near first steps to lawn, p.39
Nos. 6 and 7
numerous
for R Street border
for Reef Point Gardens
survival of
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
from terrace D's south gate to Orangery, p.50
ceiling lamp, Byzantine
Celastrus scandens
pool to Lovers' Lane gate
Celtis occidentalis
in the Copse
near Music Room, p.36
No. 25
Nos. 29 and 30
at Superintendent's Cottage, p.29
cement. See also concrete
for North Vista platform?
cemeteries
Coolidge ledger stone for, RH sketches for
for dogs at Casa Dorinda
Oak Hill, beauty in autumn of sweet gum in
census, of Byzantine and Christian objects in North America
postwar housing for and display of
Centaurea
Ann. No. 21 (in variety)
in Catalogue House displays
white, blue, and Americana seeds
Centaurea cyanus
Ann. No. 19-19A (two prints)
double blue
seeds invoice
seeds order
double white
seeds invoice
seeds order
Centaurea montana seeds
Centaurea nigra
Ann. No. 20 (Scalia jaceoides)
The century book of gardening: a comprehensive work for every lover of the garden (Cook, ed.)
marked XX (good)
A Century of Botany: 1855-1935 (Bower)
Cephalanthus occidentalis
S. D. No. 21
in whirligig display at Catalogue House Oct. 4, 1941
ceramic aggregate, for Earley Studio aggregate concrete
Cerastium
on walk between cutting garden and Box Walk, p.40
Cerastium arvense
P. H. No. 71-71A (two prints)
Cerastium tomentosum
no print of
as perennial seeds for MB
Ceratostigma larpentae
plumbago, in left angle panels
Cercic canadensis
Cercidiphyllum
on East Lawn, as second rate and could be replaced
Cercidiphyllum japonicum
Catsura tree, East Lawn
East Lawn, Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
Katsuratree
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
Nos. 43 and 85
T.D. Nos. 20, 21, 22
from Terrior Column to entrance gate, right side, p.51
Cercis
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Cercis canadensis
Hillside back and east of greenhouse and west to spring
northwest of Mrs. Clark's cottage, p.26
T.D. No. 23
Cercis chinensis
T.D. No. 24
Cercle Culturel de Royaumont
membership brochure
Cereus, night-blooming
curiosity of blooming habits of
success of
Cezanne
from Wharton estate, MB asked to inquire about
Chaenomeles japonica. See also Cydonia japonica
Cockylocky
Japanese flowering quince
Cockylocky
Japanese quince
plant listings
Rose Garden
Chaenomeles oblonga. See also Cydonia oblonga
Chaenomeles sinensis. See also Cydonia sinensis
Chinese quince
for Lovers' Lane Pool
for Rose Garden
East Lawn
Chaerophyllum aureum bulbosum
Ann. No. 22
Bi. No. 6
chains
between Bowling Green piers
for North Vista platform
cost for
design to be decided
estimates, sketches, and diagrams for
at least one section promised by June 8th
not received at DO
on order
RP placed order for
chairs. See also benches and seats; garden furniture
bamboo tables and
count of
shipped to DO
for Herb Garden
matching bench
for Museum Cortile
asking JT if finished/delivered?
to be discussed in late April
and bench designs, need sketches for
finished, and in place for
finished, but MB not satisfied with
inappropriateness of settee and
sketch for bench, two chairs, and table
for Orangery
as outside furniture
Orion and Boötes
aluminum inserts for
clarifying changes for
design prudence of wood panels in
for terrace E
matching bench
for Terrior Column and Enclosure
for Wisteria Arbor, falling apart
replacement of
Steinbraker can repair
Chalpowska, widow of, as World War II refugee in U.S.
Chamaecrista swartzii
Ann. No. 23 (annual herb or shrub?)
Chamaelaucium ciliatum
arrived frozen from the stratosphere
Geralton Wax Flower as gift to MB
MB on receiving
Chamberlain, Samuel
Princeton in Spring
received by MxF Memorial Library
Chambers, Walter L.
as reference for DO Garden Scholarship applicant
Chambers, William, Sir. See also Le Rouge, Georges-Louis
book of plans gardens and buildings at Kew by
MB does not want
A dissertation on Oriental Gardening
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
Traíté des édifices, meubles, habits, machines et ustensiles des Chinois…
in Mrs. Clark's custody
Chamoedaphne calyculata
S. E. No. 9
Champney, John
Sweeney welcoming talk references to
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Chancellor, Charlotte, health much improved
Chanler, Hubert Winthrop, marries Gertrude Laughlin
Chanler, Mrs., plumber of, to set faun in place
Chantilly (Merigot)
accept if satisfactory after inspection
offered by Staack if MB approves
Chapman, Alvan Wentworth
Flora of the southern United States: containing an abridged description of the flowering plants and ferns of Tennessee, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Chapman, Frank M.
Color key to North American birds (with Reed)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Handbook of birds of eastern North America; with introductory chapters on the study of birds in nature
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
My tropical air castle: nature studies in Panama
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Our winter birds, how to know and how to attract them
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
What bird is that? A pocket museum of the land birds of the eastern United States, arranged according to season
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
"Le Char de L'Aurore", monochrome in red from copperplate
Charieris heterophylla
at Reef Point
Charing Cross (The Parish of St. Martin-in-the-Field, Part I)
London County Council, Survey of London, Vol. XVI
received by MxF Memorial Library
Charles, Prince
Charles Eliot, landscape architect; a lover of nature and of his kind, who trained himself for a new profession, practised it happily and through it wrought much good (Eliot)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Charles Scribner's Sons Book Store
maps on Washington burning during War of 1812, offered to MB by
Salmagundi (Irving) offered by
description of
Charles the Fifth (Tyler)
Charles V, Emperor, "Si momentum requieris…"
Charlevoix, Pierre-François-Xavier de (trans.)
Journal of a voyage to North America. Undertaken by order of the French king. Containing the geographical description and natural history of that country, particularly Canada. Together with an account of the customs, characters, religion, manners and traditions of the original inhabitants. In a series of letters to the Duchess of Lesdiguières
The Charm of Birds (woodcuts) (Grey of Fallodon)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Lundberg
received from Lundberg
The Charm of Gardens (Calthrop)
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Argosy
with prints in color
received from Argosy
Chase (real estate man for Casa Dorinda)
Chase, Agnes
book by
First Book of Grasses publication delay
as grasses expert at Smithsonian
Chase, Alston H.
on fee for Greek inscription
Fogg Museum secretary provides contact information for
MB remits check to
MB seeks help with Greek translation from for inscription
Chase, George
Chase, Prof. (Harvard)
as DORL Scholarly Committee member
Chase Brass & Copper Company, estimate for arbor in Arbor Terrace by
Chase National Bank
account of payment to Hughes, Bocklow Companry, for teak benches
account of payment to Sutton, for seeds
mail payment to Blackmore & Langdon
Chateau de Beloeil
BF would like Coup d'Oeil sur Beloeil about
MB on beauty of
Châteaux de France (Ganay)
June 1949 list
received at Reef Point and sent to DO
Châteaux de France disparus (Cossé Brissac)
June 1949 list
received at Reef Point and sent to DO
Chateaux de Weissenstein (Kleiner). See Kleiner, Salomon
Chatfield-Taylor, Estelle
flowers sent to Casa Dorinda for BF by
kindness of
on MB as miserable
Chatfield-Taylor, Richard
regrets his dog's damage to DO flowers
Chaucer inscription
appropriateness of
in Star Garden
Chauvel, Jean (French Ambassador to London)
letter of introduction to
Check List of the Forest Trees of the U.S. - their names and ranges (Sudworth)
Check list of the vascular plants of Maine (Professors Ogden, Steinmetz, and Hyland)
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
Cheiranthus
Ann. No. 25 (varied wallflowers)
Ann. No. 27 (wallflower)
Ann. No. 28 (highly colored litho print)
Cheiranthus allioni
Golden Bedder
invoice
seeds order
as perennial seeds for MB
Cheiranthus cheiri
Ann. No. 24
Cheiranthus cruciferae
Ann. No. 26
Chelone glabra
P. H. No. 72
west wall panels
Cheney, Simeon Pease
Wood notes wild, notations of bird music
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
cherries. See also cherry slope; under Prunus
at Casa Dorinda
Catalina, in arrangements
at Dumbarton Oaks
beauty in spring of
blooming by
choices for Catalogue House displays and
in full bloom
Japanese, Sweeney's garden talk notes about
for North Vista
in the Orchard
Prunus yoshino
weeping, at west end of swimming pool, RB on blooming of
wild black, Prunus serotina
flowering, for British scented garden for the blind
Prunus yoshino
for Apple Orchard and arbor
at Reef Point, spraying of
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
wild black, Prunus serotina
for Apple Orchard and arbor
The Cherries of Japan (Wilson)
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XX (good)
marked XXX and owned by Arnold Arboretum
suggested for DO
cherry slope (hill)
BF first report to Harvard on DO grounds policy and
Japanese cherry varieties on, p.30
kidney-shaped seat near
long-term care plan for
lovely, spring 1942
path through
plantings from Iris Hill to bird walk and steps to, p.31
steps to Plum Walk
view of trees in bloom
Chess (Mary) perfume, as gift to BF from MB
chestnut oak. See Quercus montana; Quercus prinus (montana)
chestnuts
by north entrance, removed
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Chicago. See University of Chicago
Chicago Institute of Art, end of Ross salary from
Child, Stephen
Landscape Architecture, a Series of Letters
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Argosy
received from Argosy
children. See also Boy Scouts; Girl Scouts
from schools, Thacher on visitation schedule for
Sweeney on garden tours for
Children and Gardens (Jekyll)
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Gregory
received from Gregory
Children's Concert Memorial, at Carnegie Hall
Children's gardens (Cecil)
marked X (fair)
chimney woodwork price
China, characteristics of plants from
China, mother of gardens (Wilson)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Fiedler
Chinese houses and gardens (Inn)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Chinese influence on European garden structures (Erdberg)
marked XX (good)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Chionanthus virginica
on slope between Superintendent's Cottage and Fellow's Quarters, p.27
T.D. No. 25
Chionanthus virginicus
white fringetree
Chionodoxa
on Mélisande's Allée, p.32
Chionodoxa luciliae
Bu. No. 9
chlorinated water, effects of
chlorophyll, Sweeney to research effects of
Choate, Mabel
Choisya, for British scented garden for the blind
Choix de plans de grandes compositions exécutes présentant ave leurs jardins ou leur entourage… (Gromort)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Choix de plantes (Ventenat)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
received from Staack
Choix des plus belles fleurs (Redouté)
Feb. 1949 list
if BF satisfied, MB shall meet price for
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
Choix des plus célèbres maisons de plaisance de Rome et de ses environs (Percier and Fontaine)
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XXX (excellent)
suggested for DO
Chowning's Tavern garden, Williamsburg, Va., plant list
Christian, Frances Archer
Homes and gardens in old Virginia (Garden Club of Viriginia, edited with Massie)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Woodburn
received from Woodburn
Christian objects, North American census of
Christmas fern (Aspidium acrostochoides), for DO Park
Christmas roses
buds on
planted near Terrior
Christmas trees, Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Christopher, Gabriel, at Casa Dorinda
Christus inscription, Havey locates
Chronica Botanica Co. (bookseller)
books ordered from
wooden box from, hard to open
Chronicle (magazine)
publicity piece for DO gardens in
The chronicles of Georgetown, D.C., from 1751-1878 (Jackson)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
"The Chronology of Ancient South Arabia in the Light of the First Campaign of Excavation in Qataban" (Albright)
Chrysanthemum
Ann. No. 29 (orange and yellow varieties, painted)
Ann. No. 32 (Jante Wells)
Ann. No. 33 (double-branching bronze variety)
Ann. No. 34 (Anemone flowered white)
Ann. No. 35-35A
Ann. No. 36-36A-36B
anticipating blooming of
to be discussed at DO visit with MB
blooming by
as blaze of glory
visitors to DO and
blooming schedule, Scottish Evacuation Plans Comm. meeting and
for British scented garden for the blind
Bryce on promise of
Bryce's ability to induce blooming of
Cascade
seeds invoice
seeds orders
in Catalogue House displays
Oct. 4, 1941
Eastern Star
invoice
seeds invoice
seeds orders
Evening Star
seeds invoice
seeds order
garden tours during blooming of
perhaps a month off
greenhouses and
quantity grown by DO in
in herbaceous border, p.40
Kearney to attend to after military service
Korean hybrid, border of service drive to Fellows' Quarter, p.28
as MB gift to BF
Morning Star
invoice
seeds invoice
seeds orders
negotiations over
DO came out very well after
with McIlhenny
with Mrs. Forbes
Northern Star
invoice
seeds order
in Orangery for garden tour visitors
P. H. No. 74 (Korean hybrids)
planting in herbaceous border of
plantings in Fountain Terrace
at Reef Point
seeds, four varieties of
Shasta Daisy
seeds orders
single, mixed
seeds invoice
seeds order
Southern Star
seeds orders
unable to obtain seeds for
at Superintendent's Cottage, p.29
Sutton's Charm seeds order
Sweeney to alert RP on progress of blooming
on terrace D, p.49
on terrace E, p.49
visitor on display of
Chrysanthemum Christmas Gold
P. H. No. 73
Chrysanthemum coronarium
Ann. No. 30
Chrysanthemum cranfordia
Ann. No. 31
in Catalogue House display Oct. 4, 1941
Chrysanthemum indicum
P. H. No. 76 (small yellow pompoms)
Chrysanthemum leucanthemum
P. H. No. 75-75A (two prints)
Chrysogonum virginianum
P. H. No. 77
Chrysopsis mariana
P. H. No. 78
The Church of St. Bride, Fleet Street
London Survey Committee Monograph No. 15 on
received by MxF Memorial Library
The Church of St. Helen, Bishopsgate, Part I
London County Council, Survey of London, Vol. IX
received by MxF Memorial Library
Church of the Holy Apostles, Constantinople, ceiling art for Emperor Basil
Cichorium intybus
P. H. No. 79-79A-79B (three prints)
top border bird panel
Cieraad der lusthooven: bestaande in allerhande soorten van drooge…
available from Staack, MB approves purchase
marked XXX (excellent)
received at DO, and MB will purchase
sent to DO from Reef Point
Cilley, Morgan
Cimicifuga racemosa
P. H. No. 80-80A (two prints)
Cineraria
blue seeds invoice
colors and planting arrangement MB prefers for
The Duchess
Bryce to review
unable to obtain seeds for
Grandi seeds
The King, unable to obtain seeds for
large flowered blue
seeds order
seeds order for greenhouse
unable to obtain seeds for
The Queen, unable to obtain seeds for
Siters mixed seeds
Stellata seeds
Trivett's Giant Light Blue
seeds invoice
seeds order
unable to obtain seeds for
Cineraria gentian
Blue Star
seeds orders
Cineraria stellata
light blue star
seeds invoice
seeds order
seeds order for Trivett's
white star
seeds invoice
seeds order
seeds order for greenhouse
seeds order for Trivett's
Cirsium muticum
in whirligig display
Cirsium pumilum
Bi. No. 7 (weed)
west wall panels
cisterns in Kitchen Gardens
Citricultura, oft…Oraniaen, Citroenen, Limoenen, Granaten, Laurieren en endere (Sterbeeck)
offered by Rosenthal
Citrus trifoliata. See Poncirus trifoliata
City and Kentia Nurseries
bills for plants to be sent to BF at Reef Point
plant order for Casa Dorinda to
Cladrastis lutea
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Claflin, Mr. (Treasurer), Baker as liaison between Conant and
Clapp, Roger
on Reef Point Board of Directors
Clark, Colin
Wharton books not on architecture or art left to
Clark, Ethel Burnet
BF needs list of garden books in care of
BF suggestions of flower picture sources for
books in Sweeney's office vs. office of
BF request for list of
books ordered on MB's account by
on books Sweeney should purchase
cottage of
plantings along path from service walk to, p.25
plantings north and west of, p.26
plantings on path to paint house from, p.26
crossed wires between Sweeney and, BF to take up question of
on deeds lost in 1704 fire
on Dumbarton Rock location as DO boundary
evacuation of Government offices from DO and
Leclerq's communications with
marks in bookseller catalogs by
photograph of MB in drawing room for MB
recataloging flowers and birds books
recollections of incomplete Richard Rush's letter dated Jan. 22, 1834 by
Rehder's Manual for Catalogue House and
retirement of
reviewing gardening books list with MB
Sargent's Silva acquisition and
Sweeney request for garden reference books and
Sweeney to advise on Michaux tree book
"The Founders Room Library at Dumbarton Oaks"
received by MxF Memorial Library
utility books for garden guide and
Clark, H. F.
The English Landscape Garden
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
received at DO
sent to DO
Clark, James S.
BF arranging Van Rensselaer visit with
Clark, Jane (Lady Kenneth)
on Elisina Tyler and Wharton books left to her son
MB asked about Cezanne from Wharton estate through
Clark, Kenneth
MB asked about Cezanne from Wharton estate through
Clark, Walter M., Mr. and Mrs.
Clarke, Gilmore
BF on DO affiliations with DC area gardening organizations and
evaluation of
Clarke, John M.
Birds of New York
in Garden Guide office
Clarke, Mr.
consulting committee for DO and, potential of
Clarkias
arrangements at Casa Dorinda with
Clarkson, Rosetta E.
Green Enchantment
received by MxF Memorial Library
Magic gardens: a modern chronicle of herbs and savory seeds
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Mrs. Clark's custody
A classical tour through Italy (Eustace)
marked X (fair)
A Classified List of Tulip Names
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
Clay, Sampson
The present-day rock garden
marked XX (good)
Claytonia caroliniana
P. H. No. 81
Claytonia virginica
P. H. No. 82
Cleland, Robert Glass
Apron full of gold; the letters of Mary Jane Megquier from San Francisco, 1849-1856 edited by
ordered for MB
publication announcement
Clematis (Markham)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Woodburn
received at DO
Clematis
for Apple Orchard and arbor
for British scented garden for the blind
C. No. 7 (Duchess of Edinburgh (to be mounted))
for herbaceous border walls
large white, for Arbor Terrace
for Lovers' Lane Pool
north of house from copse east and including terraces A-E
obscuring West finial on South wall of terrace
on terrace B (Urn Terrace), p.35
The clematis as a garden flower (Moore and Jackman)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
ordered from Gregory
ordered from Woodburn
received from Gregory
received from Woodburn
Clematis ascotiensis
on arbor, east side of kitchen garden
on arbor, east side of kitchen garden, p.20
Clematis coerulea
C. No. 5
left angle panels
Clematis crispa
C. No. 6
Clematis Duchess of Albany
on arbor, east side of kitchen garden
on arbor, east side of kitchen garden, p.20
on grape arbor
Clematis Duchess of Edinburgh
on arbor, east side of kitchen garden
on grape arbor
on grape arbor bordering kitchen garden, p.32
on kitchen garden trellis, p.20
planted near kitchen garden
Clematis fargesi
at Reef Point
Clematis flamula
planted near kitchen garden
Clematis henryi
on arbor, east side of kitchen garden
on arbor, east side of kitchen garden, p.20
C. No. 8
on grape arbor
on grape arbor bordering kitchen garden, p.32
on Museum Cortile, south side wall, p.17
planted near kitchen garden
Clematis huldane
on arbor, east side of kitchen garden
on arbor, east side of kitchen garden, p.20
on grape arbor
Clematis jackmanii
C. No. 9-9A (two prints)
at Fellows' Quarters center courtyard entrance, p.27
at Fellows' Quarters service entrance, p.28
on Goat Walk from Wisteria Arbor to Box Walk, p.45
on grape arbor
on grape arbor bordering kitchen garden, p.32
on kitchen garden trellis, p.20
planted near kitchen garden
Clematis Large and Small Flowered (Markham)
BF recommends DO buy
Clematis lawsoniana
on arbor, east side of kitchen garden
on arbor, east side of kitchen garden, p.20
on grape arbor
Clematis montana rubens
on arbor, east side of kitchen garden
on arbor, east side of kitchen garden, p.20
on grape arbor
on walk between cutting garden and Box Walk, p.40
Clematis montana rubra
in perennial border
Clematis Mrs. Robert Brydon
on arbor, east side of kitchen garden
on arbor, east side of kitchen garden, p.20
on terrace E, p.49
Clematis paniculata
C. No. 10
in Green Garden, p.45
left angle panels
on north fence between kitchen garden and frame yard
on north fence between kitchen garden and frame yard, p.20
north of house from copse east and including terraces A-E
on North Vista's north bay, east and west sides of, p.39
in Rose Garden, p.41
in Rose Garden, p.42
on stone wall of terrace E, p.49
on terrace B south of steps, p.34
on terrace D along east wall, p.49
on terrace E, p.49
at Terrior Column, p.52
in upper kitchen garden (former cutting garden)
in upper kitchen garden (former cutting garden), p.21
Clematis tangutica
at bottom of steps to kitchen garden
at bottom of steps to kitchen garden, p.20
Clematis texensis
C. No. 11 (to be mounted)
on Goat Walk from Wisteria Arbor to Box Walk, p.45
Clematis uncinata
plants wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Clematis virginiana
C. No. 12
on Goat Walk from Wisteria Arbor to Box Walk, p.45
Clematis vita alba
on grape arbor
on grape arbor bordering kitchen garden, p.32
planted near kitchen garden
Clementine ("Clemmy"). See Walter, Clementine "Clemmy"
Clements, Edith S.
Flowers of mountain and plain
marked XX (good)
Clements, Edith S. and F. E. Clements
Rocky Mountain Flowers
marked X (fair)
Cleome mixed seeds
Clerodendron trichotoma
Clerya Japonica
Clerya
Arbor Terrace
Clethra alnifolia
S. D. No. 22
Clifford, Helen
Clifton
M. Beale on Van Yahres work at
path in DO Park across hillside of
Bryce's uncertainty about
Kline's review of
MB on BF's interpretation of
MB on widening
Nov. meeting to settle
staked out
wall, thinning hemlocks along
wood from fallen oak on hillside of
Climatology of Mission Canyon, to be written and published
Climbing Plants (Watson)
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Dulau
with prints in color
Clintonia borealis
P. H. No. 83
Clitoria virginiana
C. No. 13
P. H. No. 84
Clivia
in oak grove at Casa Dorinda as ground cover
Clivia miniata
plants wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
cloisonné enameling, outline of Ross book on
clones vs. hybrids, Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Cloud, Dorothy M. P.
The culture of perennials
marked X (fair)
Cloud Terrace
Clutton-Brock, A.
Studies in Gardening
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
not available so Sweeney won't expect it
not received by Sweeney
ordered from Argosy
suggested for DO
Sweeney to check DO holdings for
coats of arms
BF to review with Coles, Boyhan to paint
Cobaea scandens
Ann. No. 37
Coche de la Ferté, Etienne
opening Byzantine rooms at Louvre
Ross's inquiry on recent sale in Paris to
Russian curators list and
Cochrane, Jacqueline
Cocke, H. T., Mrs.
Cockylocky. See also Corkalockie Walk
plantings in
trees, shrubs, and ground covers of
Codman collection of books in landscape gardening (Boston Public Library)
Coffin, Georgia
as reference for Myers's book restoration work
Coffin, Marian Cruger
evaluation of
Trees and shrubs for landscape effects
marked XX (good)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Coffman, Mr., Graves as potential consultant for DO trees and
Coggleshall, George Whiteley, Mr. and Mrs.
Colasanti, Arduino
Le fontane d'Italia
June 1949 list
received at DO
seem firm best for fountain
Colchicum autumnale
Bu. No. 10-10A (two prints)
cold frames
construction drawing for
Kearney on changes to
poplars removed near
Cold Spring Granite Company, to send samples to MB
Coleman, Frances, books given to MxF Memorial Library by
Colen, Mr., counsels have gone to
Coleridge, Samuel
Confessions of an inquiring spirit
Myers awaiting delivery of
Myers on conservation of
returned to DO by Myers
Coles, G. Frederick. See also Cowles, Mr.
accounting for DO services by
agenda for June meetings and
Arbor Garden lotus panels, replacing flowers/leaves with bullrush heads?
bench for Music Room wall (office side) estimate by
BF scheduling DO visit and
April 1941
Aug. 1943
capping North Vista wall moulding edge
carrying on as usual
to check on F. S. D. of forsythia arch
clay dummy for Arbor Garden consoles by
console on north court wall at House, estimate for
Crabapple Hill survey with Kearney and RH by
design costs per diem and quality by
dummy for Gray's Memorial by
finalities and, RH notes asking estimate for
finials for North Vista gates and
halting work on finials by
has drawings for Box Terrace center circle
has model for North Court console changes
on herbaceous border wall composition
historic tablet changes by
on historic tablet placement
historic tablet sketch by
historic tablets side panels, accident with
MB distressed about
inner workings of forsythia gate lock and
inscription of, for Mélisande's Allée??
use of "idiom" vs. "spirit" in
June work by
Lantern Slides enjoyed by
locating lodging for RH and
Lovers' Lane trellis lettering and
Museum gift tablet and
needs full size detail for lantern in service court
new sculpture gallery maquette and
recutting Museum tablet by
returned 32nd St. tablet to RH with Bliss and JT suggestions
to review finials with BF
RH wanting to consult with
on service court lantern
to set North Court consoles
to-do list for
BF prodding on
needs prodding, BF will do
prodding on various stonecutting assignments
review during Nov. meeting with BF
review of
tribute to, BF's contribution toward
amount too large, but can be book-kept
way too much sent for
trouble locating limestone by
and wife
Coles, Harry, garden budget 1942-43 and
Coles, Robert
Coletti, Joseph, as source for inscription translations
Collaborating (or Collaboration) on Garden Colour. See Garden Colour: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
Collaborating with Cortlandt Van Dyke (Eberlein)
bought for DO by BF
Collaert, Adriaen
Florilegium
in Hunt collection, does DO also own?
Collection coloriée des plus belles variétés de tulipes: qu'on cultive dans les jardins des fleuristes ou etrennes de flore aux amateurs (Buc'hoz)
BF advises against purchasing
A collection of regal and ecclesiastical antiquities of France, in upwards of three hundred large folio copper plates. … representing … the kings, queens, … First collected and publish'd in France, by that very learned antiquary Bernard de Montfaucon, and now printed with an historical explanation of the several plates in English. In two volumes.
MB inspects and buys from Rosenthal
collector's mark, DO's
Collectors' Marks (Fagan), in upstairs library
Collector's Progress (Lewis), MB on delight of reading
College Art Association
Ross paper on Byzantine silver to be read at
Ross paper on Riha-Stouma treasure read at
College Art Association-Society of Architectural Historians (CAA-SAH) meetings, Jan. 1958
Lewis session on gardens with relation to architecture for
Collie, William
Colligan, J. C.
Collingwood, G. H.
as forester from Library of Congress
invitation accepted
Knowing Your Trees
Chestnut oak described in
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Sweeney purchase of
in Sweeney's office
as source for plates of trees in color
Collingwood-Forrester, Harris
Collins, Lester
Collins, Maurice, Mrs.
Collins, Professor
as candidate for DO garden fellowship
Collinsonia canadensis
P. H. No. 85
Colonial Dames of America
Dawes Council of
New Jersey Society of
Colonial Gardens: the landscape architecture of George Washington's time (American Society of Landscape Architects)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Colonial Williamsburg
Discussion teas at Garden Symposium at
"Four Elements" monochrome in red from copperplate, piece of, used at Wythe House
Garden and Flower Symposium at
plant list from
unusual and neglected 18th c. plant material
garden photographer at
governor's palace, plant list for
plant lists of various house gardens in
plant material used in dried flower arrangements at
Reef Point Gardens compared to
street lamp from, BF on deferring discussion of
Sweeney visit to
Colonna, Francesco
Hypnerotomachie, ov, Discours du songe de Poliphile
offered by Rauch
reproduction of woodcuts in, marked XX (good)
Colonna, Gustavo Brigante
Fontane de Roma
received by MxF Memorial Library
Colonna, Mr. (marble dealer), as Doria source
Color key to North American birds (Chapman and Reed)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Color standards and color nomenclature (Ridgway)
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XXX and owned by Arnold Arboretum
suggested for DO
color transparencies, index for Catalogue House of
colors. See ironwork; polychroming
colour chart. See Horticultural Colour Chart
Colour in My Garden (Wilder)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Fiedler
with prints in color
Colour in the flower garden (Jekyll)
bought for DO by BF
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XXX and owned by DO
not received by Sweeney
ordered from Fiedler
suggested for DO
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Colour Planning of the Garden (Tinley, Humphreys, and Irving)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Fiedler
with prints in color
Colour schemes for the flower garden (Jekyll)
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Woodburn
received from Woodburn
Columbia, Institute of Horticulture at
Columbia Library
archives to move into
Bliss Library on Germanic problems opening at
columbine. See also Aquilegia
border of service drive to Fellows' Quarter, p.28
at Fellows' Quarters west apartment courtyard, p.28
in Urn Terrace
column with vase in Urn Terrace
Comandra umbellata
P. H. No. 86 (Parasitic rootstock)
comfort station for DO gardens' visitors
BF on putting off until spring of
Bryce to have sent BF blueprints for
constricted design for
housekeeping for toilets for
lavatory and drinking fountain for
outdoor
possibility for?
shelved until the spring
status of
toilets near Orangery for
Commelina communis
P. H. No. 87-87A (two prints)
in whirligig display
Common sense gardens… (Sewell)
received by MxF Memorial Library
Community Chest meeting
Compassionate herbs (Leyel)
June 1949 list
received from Gregory
The compleat gard'ner, or, Directions for cultivating and right ordering of fruit-gardens and kitchen-gardens: with divers reflections on several parts of husbandry: in six books (La Quintinie)
Evelyn translation
Feb. 1949 list
marked XX (good)
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
invoice for
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
received at DO
The complete garden (Taylor)
marked X (fair)
De la composition des Parcs et Jardins Pittoresque (Audot)
marked X (fair)
Conant, James Bryant
Baker as liaison between DORL treasurer and
DO meetings on rubber situation during World War II and
meeting at DO with Harvard Corporation and
meetings at DO during World War II conducted by
naming BF Consulting Landscape Gardener at Arnold Arboretum
opening of DO research library and museum and
Post War Security Conference at DO and
Conant, James Bryant, Mrs.
opening of DO research library and museum and
Conant, Kenneth
as Fisher reference to Blisses
new room for DO and
as source for inscription translations
Conant, William S., Mrs.
Conard, Henry Shoemaker
The waterlilies: a monograph of the genus Nymphaea
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Lundberg
with prints in color
received from Lundberg
Conard-Pyle Co., The
account to Harvard of payment to
to ask for prices from
invoices
roses from
limited availability of
as major cost in 1944
order for
order received
prices needed for
on shortage of help during World War II for
unable to supply Spring price list from
The Concepts and Theories of Modern Physics (Stallo)
concerts. See also appreciation letters, for DO concerts
with Boulanger, Markevitch's to miss
Quartet, on April 14, 1943
relocated to lower end of North Vista for 1944
decision not definite as yet on
terrace outside of Orangery and
Tuesday evening schedule completed for the summer
The Concise Encyclopaedia of Music & Musicians (Cooper, ed.)
publication announcement
concrete. See also cement
aggregate, Earley Studio choices for
for various paving projects
to bring steps going into basement up to grade
for center of walks, Bryce to continue
for Mélisande's Allée steps
Steinbraker's estimate for steps of
Conder, Josiah
Landscape Gardening in Japan
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Woodburn
received at DO
Confederate violet
BF question about
finding prints at N.Y. Botanic Garden of
Conference of the Middle Atlantic States, DO gardens's visit by women from
Confessions of an inquiring spirit (Coleridge)
Myers awaiting delivery of
Myers on conservation of
returned to DO by Myers
Congress, U.S., budget request for DO Parks in 1942 and
coniferae, hand list of (Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew)
in Garden Guide office
conifers. See also evergreens
foliage dissimilar to fine-leaved evergreens
The Conifers of Maine (Hyland)
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
Conium maculatum
Bi. No. 8 (Poison hemlock)
Connolly, F. W., Mrs.
Conrad, Doda
recovery after surgery for
singing at DO
conservatory, plantings around
consoles
for Arbor Garden
for dining room
in gallery
corrected designs still not received
inscriptions in hand, need corrected designs for
for hall
for north court wall at House
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
on North Vista
clay models for
models, small-scale and full-size working drawings for
in progress
railings and exit from
RH outline of estimates for work on
schedule for installation of
Steinbraker contract for
urgent plant questions vs.
for Swimming Pool and Loggia
west wall
Consolo, Mr. and Mrs.
Constantine the Great, Emperor
intaglio cut in sapphire at Walters Art Gallery of
Constantinople. See also Byzantium
BF's mothers photos of, sent to JT
DO cameos likely originating in, then spread to Venice
enamel guilds in, outline of Ross book on
treasures sent to Russian kings and queens by emperors of
usefulness to DO of photographs of
Construction & decoration peur jardins (Broussard)
marked X (fair)
Consulting Landscape Gardener services
budget for spring 1947 for
as combination of BF and RP services
Emerita position added
BF perspective on
DO Administrative Committee to consider
housing BF's materials related to
overpayment in June 1946 for
Contee Sand and Gravel Co.
contemporary art in the gardens
Cloud Terrace
Easy Rider
Landscape Body Dwelling
The Pool of 'Bamboo Counterpoint'
Convallaria majalis. See also lily-of-the-valley
on Box Ellipse walk overlooking Catalogue Knoll, p.40
from Iris Hill to bird walk and steps to cherry hill, p.31
from kitchen garden steps to Lover's Lane fence and Lilac Circle, p.30
lily-of-the-valley
for Apple Orchard and arbor
on lower part of Allée to Lilac Circle, p.32
P. H. No. 88
from terrace D's south gate to Orangery, p.50
Convolvulus
around North Vista fence, is lovely
Convolvulus sepium
C. No. 14
Convolvulus spithamaeus
C. No. 15
in whirligig display
Cook, E. T. (editor)
Gardening for beginners
marked X (fair)
Gardens of England
marked X (fair)
The century book of gardening: a comprehensive work for every lover of the garden
marked XX (good)
Trees and Shrubs for English Gardens
marked X (fair)
Cook, Jane James
Cook, Mrs.
Blisses refuse DO article in Washington Post by
cool house at west side of service court
boxwood on either side of entrance to, p.39
conversion into Garden Center
BF on space needs and
concerns on cost for
first thoughts on
on hold until Blisses and JT return
MB on BF's thoughts for space needs and
MB on check for RP's time on
plans for
RP on not receiving blueprints for
RP reviewing Steinbraker's drawings for
RP's bill sent to MB for time spent on
Steinbraker's estimate for
heating question for Bryce on
potential for
Coolidge, John
Dickinson room in Houghton Library and
on Houghton Library's V. Woolf problems
Coolidge, Lawrie
BF glad things going well for
successful cancer surgery for
Coolidge, Mrs.
ledger stone drawings forwarded by MB to
ledger stone for, RH drawings of
as new Mrs. Stuart
Coolidge, Mrs., Silver Anniversary Musikfest in Berkshires of
chances for attending
encourages BF to attend
plans to attend
unable to attend
Coolidge, Vicki
BF glad things going well for
and Lawrie's successful cancer surgery
Coolidge story, of boys' accident and father's departure
Coombs, Sarah V.
South African plants for American gardens
marked XX (good)
ordered from Fiedler
Cooper, Martin
The Concise Encyclopaedia of Music & Musicians
publication announcement
Copeland, R. Morris
Country Life, A Handbook of Agriculture, Horticulture, and Gardening
received by MxF Memorial Library
coping
for Swimming Pool and Loggia
on horseshoe fountain
west wall
for terrace B
limestone, for west wall
for terrace D
fountain pools
Coping, Edith
MB proposes [inscription by?] for Lovers' Lane pool
copperplate
of Daniel Rutherford by Holl after Raeborn
received from Argosy
"Distant View of Edinburgh" (1804)
ordered from Argosy
fine oval stipple by Holl after Raeburn (1804)
ordered from Argosy
oval with text beneath by F. Sansom (Curtis)
ordered from Argosy
Pillement's flowers (uncoloured)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
MB selection of
received at DO
received from Staack
Coprosma, at Casa Dorinda
Copse
plantings in
plantings in, p.36
plantings in, p.37
plantings north of house including terraces A-E and east from
plants hanging over wall from, p.22
Coptis asplenifolia
at Reef Point
Coptis trifolia
P. H. No. 89
Corcoran, Jacqueline
Corcoran, Rosamund (Mrs. George Eustis)
Coreopsis
Ann. No. 38 (in variety)
beginning of blooming at Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
double sunburst
invoice
seeds order
as native North American flower
at Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
Coreopsis atrosanguinea
seeds order
Coreopsis calliopsis
Ann. No. 39
Coreopsis grandiflora
yellow, to be sown summer of 1922
Coreopsis grandiflora auricula superba
seeds order
Coreopsis lanceolata
as perennial seeds for MB
yellow, to be sown summer of 1922
Coreopsis rosea
P. H. No. 90
Coriandrum sativum
Ann. No. 40
Cork, Henry (London bookseller used by BF)
Corkalockie Walk. See also Cockylocky
plantings to Orangery from
corms, Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Cornell University
L. H. Bailey Hortorium
Catalogue of the Botanical Books in the Collection of Rachel McMasters Miller Hunt sent to DO by
Myers on book restoration for
New York State College of Agriculture students wanting visit to DO
Corners of grey old gardens (Waterfield)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Fiedler
cornerstone
position and notes on inscription
RH invoice for
cornflower. See also Centaurea
Double Blue seeds order
Snowman (double)
seeds invoice
seeds order
Corning, Betty (Mrs. Erastus)
Reef Point disposition and
Cornus, impending bloom of
Cornus alba
Cornus alternifolia
S. D. No. 23
Cornus canadensis
P. H. No. 91
S. D. No. 24
Cornus florida
32nd Street border, south side
from Beech Terrace to Loggia, p.44
at Butler's Cottage
in Catalogue House display Oct. 4, 1941
in the Copse
on Crabapple Hill
on Crabapple Hill, p.43
on drive from 32nd St. to garage court, p.34
East Lawn, incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
from entrance gate to Terrior Column, right side, p.52
at Fellows' Quarters center courtyard entrance, p.27
at Fellows' Quarters west apartment courtyard, p.28
flowering Dogwood
Fountain Terrace
from garage court to Ellipse, p.38
between greenhouse side door and road, p.38
Hillside back and east of greenhouse and west to spring
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
near Music Room, p.36
plant listings
Rose Garden
R Street, front of house
between R Street wall and driveway, p.47
on service road to rock wall near Hazel Walk, p.35
at Superintendent's Cottage, and around conservatory/Orangery
at Superintendent's Cottage, p.29
T.D. No. 26, Flowering tree & blossom
T.D. No. 27, branch of tree
T.D. No. 30, Autumn coloring and berries
T.D. Nos. 27 and 28, trees in bloom
on terrace D at south gate, p.49
from terrace D's south gate to Orangery, p.50
Cornus florida rubra
from Beech Terrace to Loggia, p.44
T.D. No. 31
Cornus kousa
on Crabapple Hill
on Crabapple Hill, p.43
Cornus mas
Crabapple Hill
at Fellows' Quarters service entrance, p.28
plant listings
T.D. No. 32
Cornus racemosa (paniculata)
Cornus sibirica
S. D. No. 26
Cornus stolonifera
East Lawn, incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
Cornus stolonifera flaviranea
Cornus stricta
S. D. No. 25
Corona constellation. See also Star Garden
for stucco panel near star lantern
Corona inscription, appropriateness of
Coronilla
Sweeney not sure about
Correvon, Henry
The Alpine Flora (with Robert)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
Sept. 1948
Les joubarbes
marked XX (good)
Les plantes alpines et de rocailles
marked XX (good)
Les plantes des montagnes et des roches
marked XX (good)
Rock Garden and Alpine Plants
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XXX, owned by DO and Arnold Arboretum
Sept. 1948
suggested for DO
Corrigan, Most Rev. Joseph R.
opening of DO research library and museum and
Corsar, Kenneth
Primulas in the garden
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
cortile. See Museum Cortile
Corydalis sempervirens
P. H. No. 92
Corylua avellana
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Corylua avellana Americana
Corylus americana
from Beech Terrace to Loggia, p.44
Hillside back and east of greenhouse and west to spring
Corylus avellana
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
Corylus avellana atropurpurea
T.D. No. 33
Corylus pontica
T.D. Nos. 34 and 35
Cosmea
double mixed
seeds invoice
seeds order
double white, Whirlwind
seeds invoice
seeds order
double white seeds order
Purity seeds order
rose early-flowering
seeds invoice
seeds order
single early flowering white
seeds invoice
seeds order
Cosmos
for British scented garden for the blind
double white seeds invoice
Firmament seeds invoice
Purity seeds invoice
seeds invoice
Cosmos bipinattus
in whirligig display at Catalogue House Oct. 4, 1941
Cosmos var.
Ann. No. 41
west wall panels
Cossé Brissac, Philippe de
Châteaux de France disparus
June 1949 list
received at Reef Point and sent to DO
Costa, Giovanni Francesco
Delle delicie del fiume Brenta: espresse ne'palazzi e casini situati sopra le sue sponde dalla sboccatura nella laguna di Venezia fino alla città di Padova
BF suggests for DO Garden Library
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
completion of Myers's conservation work on
folio offered by Rosenthal
marked XX (good)
marked XXX (excellent)
Myers's conservation work on
Myers's estimate for restoration of
progress report on conservation of
receipt for payment for conservation of
sent to Myers for restoration estimate
suggested for DO
Cotes, Rosemary A.
Dante's Garden, with legends of the flowers
marked X (fair)
Cotoneaster dielsiana
Iris Hill - Ellipse to Branch East of Forsythia Hill
from Iris Hill to bird walk and steps to cherry hill, p.31
Cotoneaster divaricata
spreading cotoneaster
Cotoneaster franchetti
Franchet cotoneaster
Cotoneaster horizontalis
Iris Hill - Ellipse to Branch East of Forsythia Hill
from Iris Hill to bird walk and steps to cherry hill, p.31
on north side of walk from service entrance, p.17
rock spray cotoneaster
Cotoneaster prostrada
creeping cotoneaster
Cotoneaster rotundifolia
Ellipse to Branch East of Forsythia Hill
Cotoneaster salicifolia floccosa
Cotoneaster simonii
seeds wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Cotoneaster var. Leucothoe
for R Street border
Cotoneaster zabelii
seeds wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Cottage residences, or, A series of designs for rural cottages and cottage villas, and their gardens and grounds: adapted to North America (Downing)
BF recommends DO buy
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
marked XX (good)
Coulter, John M.
Text-book of western botany (with Gray)
marked X (fair)
Council of Colonial Dames
Country Life (English magazine)
Gardens, old and new: the country house & its garden environment
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
MB sent copy to Sweeney of
Country Life, A Handbook of Agriculture, Horticulture, and Gardening (Copeland)
received by MxF Memorial Library
Country Notes (Sackville-West)
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked XX (good)
ordered from Woodburn
received from Woodburn
Coup d'Oeil sur Beloeil (Ligne)
BF would like copy of
La couronne de roses dediée aux dames (Redouté)
as subset of Les Roses
Cours d'architecture qui comprend les ordres de Vignole, avec des commentaires, les figures & descriptions de ses plus beaux bâtimens, & de ceux de Michel-Ange… (Aviler)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
marked X (fair)
MB selection of
No. 667 in Staack catalogue, BF recommends DO buy
No. 667 in Staack catalogue, received from Staack
No. 667 in Staack catalogue, sent to DO from Staack
court. See Museum Cortile
Courtenay, Ethel
Coutts, John
All about gardening
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Sept. 1948
Lilies, their culture and management (with Woodcock)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Sept. 1948
Coventry, Francois
Strictures on the absurd novelties introduced into Gardening and a humorous description of Squire Mushroom's Villa
BF recommends DO buy
Cowles, Mr. See also Coles, G. Frederick
DO transfer to Harvard and continued work in shop by
MB missed appointment on Lovers' Lane trellis with
cow-parsnip (Heracleum mantegazzianum)
BF would like picture of
Sweeney offering to BF a print of
cowslips, English, along DO Park stream
Cox, Allyn
Artemis frescoes in DO Loggia by. See also Diana and Actaeon
Diana and Actaeon mosaics in Loggia, collaboration with Venetian Mosaic Studio and
Diana and Actaeon murals in Loggia. See also Artemis frescoes in DO Loggia by
Cox, Euan Hillhouse Methven
Farrer's last journey, Upper Burma, 1919-20
June 1949 list
received from Gregory
No. 200 in Staack catalogue
BF recommends DO buy
sent to DO from Staack
Plant-hunting in China: a history of botanical exploration in China and the Tibetan marches
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
received from Staack
Primulas for garden and greenhouse (with Taylor)
marked X (fair)
The modern English garden
marked X (fair)
Crabapple Hill or Knoll
BF first report to Harvard on DO grounds policy and
bulbs needed for
changes to order
more, to be discussed
order
crushed agate for middle walk between greenhouse and pool on
BF trying to picture
dwarf azaleas for
Gray to remove dogwoods from
Kearney, Coles, and RH survey of
drawings of bench marks
long-term care plan for
MB wanting to discuss with RP items regarding
path towards pool
planting plan for
plantings on
plantings on, p.42
plantings on, p.43
removal of heavy branches
removal of one or two smaller trees on
steps
Doria, RH unsure of MB on "trim in"
rise where scrolls meet
stone path
surveys of grades and trees
thinning needed in
either done or will have to wait
MB agrees on
trees in bloom
view from above
crabapples. See also Malus
beauty at DO of
for British scented garden for the blind
on north slopes of DO
removed due to scragginess
northwest of Mrs. Clark's cottage, p.26
on Orchard Hill, p.45
plan to mark individuals for thinning
Sargent, for Byzantine Garden
Stover to send to Sweeney the Wyman book on
Transcendent, west of Fellows' Quarter driveway, p.28
Crabapples for America (Wyman)
account to Harvard of payment for
BF account of payment for
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
should reach Sweeney before long
Stover to get for Sweeney
Cracca virginiana
P. H. No. 316
Craig, William N.
on Ixiolirion pallassii hardiness
Lilies and their culture in North America
marked XX (good)
Crambe hispanica
Cramer, Pieter
Papillons Exotiques (with Stoll)
June 1949 list
Crampton (DO garden staff)
at Baltimore Flower Show
drafted by U.S. military
greenhouses and
salary of, 1944-45 budget and
Cran, Marion (Mrs. George)
The gardens of good hope
marked X (fair)
The garden of ignorance: the experiences of a woman in a garden
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Sept. 1948
Crane, Winthrop
crape myrtle. See also Lagerstroemia indica
white, for Orangery
Crataegus
in the Orchard
on service road to rock wall near Hazel Walk, p.35
on terrace B south of steps, p.34, or is it Prunus?
from terrace E to orchard steps, p.29
Crataegus arnoldiana
T.D. No. 36
Crataegus cordata
on Crabapple Hill
on Crabapple Hill, p.43
on Orchard Hill, p.45
Crataegus macrosperma
T.D. No. 37
Crataegus orientalis
seeds wanted from Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Crataegus oxycantha
at Superintendent's Cottage
and around conservatory/Orangery
at Superintendent's Cottage, p.29
T.D. No. 38
Crataegus pyracantha
for R Street border
Crawford, Miss
wanting to write on DO Library and Bindery
creepers
at Casa Dorinda, care for
evergreen, in Orangery
BF on drastic pruning of
changing use for building and
Garden Guide office and
"personal character" of DO and
flowering, for herbaceous border walls
hiding view from Box Terrace to Rose Terrace
MB agrees on restraining
for North Vista along walls
Creevey, Caroline Alathea Stickney
Flowers of Field, Hill, and Swamp
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
in Sweeney's office
Cren, Marion. See Cran, Marion
Crisp, Frank, Sir
Mediaeval gardens: flowery medes' and other arrangements of herbs, flowers, and shrubs grown in the middle ages, with some account of Tudor, Elizabethan, and Stuart gardens
marked X (fair)
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Crocanthemum canadense. See Helianthemum canadense
Crocker, William
BF arranging Van Rensselaer visit with
Crocosmia
plants, for 1922 flower garden
Crocus
on brick walk at Lovers' Lane Pool, p.32
Kathleen Parlow order, for naturalizing
Queen of the Blues order, for naturalizing
spring, on Mélisande's Allée, p.32
Sweeney's garden talk notes about
between Terrace D and reflecting pool, p.29
Crocus vernus
Bu. No. 11
P. H. No. 122 (with Eranthis hyemalis, Galanthus, and Helleborus)
with Primula veris
Cromwell, Lincoln, Mrs.
Reef Point disposition and
Cromwell House, Highgate, London Survey Committee Monograph No. 12 on
received by MxF Memorial Library
Cronkhite, Bernice Brown
Crosby, Sumner McK.
cross, as Byzantine symbol
Cross, Whitman, Mrs.
Crowe, Sylvia
Crowninshield, Louise (Mrs. Francis B.)
and friends, RP on misconceptions about Reef Point Gardens by
interested in Reef Point continuation, but shouldn't contribute heavily to it
Philadelphia Garden Clubs' interest in Reef Point and
Reef Point disposition and
regretting wasn't more successful
RP meeting with, postponed due to her illness
Crüÿdeboeck (Dodoens)
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
Cruz, Martín de la
The Badianus manuscript (Codex Barberini, Latin 241) Vatican Library: an Aztec herbal of 1552 / introduction, translation and annotations by Emily Walcott Emmart
marked X (fair)
The de la Cruz-Badiano Aztec herbal of 1552
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
in Mrs. Clark's custody
cucumber seeds, order for
Cudahy, Mrs.
Van Rensselaer visit to Morton Arboretum and
Culpeper, Nicholas
Culpeper's complete herbal: consisting of a comprehensive description of nearly all British and foreign herbs; with their medicinal properties and directions for compounding the medicines extracted from them
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
Cultivated conifers in North America (Bailey)
BF asks if DO owns
marked X (fair)
The Cultivated evergreens: a handbook of the coniferous and most important broad-leaved evergreens planted for ornament in the United States and Canada (Bailey)
bought for DO by BF
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
ordered from Fiedler
Sweeney's 1948 research on
Cultivated evergreens (Bailey)
marked X (fair)
The cultivated species of primula (Blandale)
added to MxF Library at Reef Point
The culture of perennials (Cloud)
marked X (fair)
Cumming, Alex
Hardy Chrysanthemums
June 1949 list
received at DO
recommended by Mass. Hort. librarian
Cunningham, Albert Hall, on Reef Point Board of Directors
Cunningham, Mrs.
on Arlington School for Girls' DO visit
The curious gardener (Hill)
marked X (fair)
Currelly, C. T.
Curtis, Agnes and Ted
Curtis, Elizabeth
Curtis, Ralph W., on Cornell agriculture students visiting DO
Curtis, William
oval copperplate, text beneath by F. Sansom
ordered
ordered from Argosy
The botanical magazine, or, Flower-garden displayed
in DO Garden Library
in DO Rare Book Room 1941
Feb. 1949 list
June 1949 list
in Mrs. Clark's custody
offered by Quaritch in London
with prints in color
Curtis Botanical Magazine
BF advice to MB on acquiring
to support Sweeney-guided tours
Curtis School, spreading word of DO open to schools and
Curtis-Wilson, W. T.
Cuscuta gronovii
C. No. 16
in whirligig display
Custis (John) tenement garden, Williamsburg, Va., plant list
Cuthbert, Norma B.
Lincoln and the Baltimore plot, 1861: from Pinkerton records and related papers
details of when sent to DO
publication announcement
Cuthbertson, William
Pansies, violas, and violets
marked X (fair)
Cutting, Mrs.
Reid's nerines and
visit at Westbrook with
Cutting, Olivia (James)
Elizabeth Lindsay's recovery from surgery and
visit at Westbrook with
Westbrook tour with
cutting flowers, at Casa Dorinda
cutting garden
Byzantine Garden and
cisterns next to toolhouse
early thoughts of
former, planting in
former, planting in, p.21
lead leader head for
plantings on walk between Box Walk and, p.40
toolhouse
walls for herbaceous border and view from
Cyclamen
invoice
pure white
invoice
order
order for greenhouse
Triumph pure white
invoice
seeds order for Trivett's
white, at Baltimore Flower Show vs. DO varieties
Cyclopedia of American horticulture: comprising suggestions for cultivation of horticultural plants, descriptions of the species of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and ornamental plants sold in the United States and Canada, together with geographical and biographical sketches (Bailey)
BF on nomenclature from
to compare with Harvard Landscape Library
in DO Garden Library
Feb. 1949 list
in Garden Guide office
June 1949 list
need for Catalogue House set of
Cydonia
S. D. No. 29 (Flower of common quince)
Cydonia japonica. See also Chaenomeles japonica
32nd Street border, south side
on Crabapple Hill
on Crabapple Hill, p.42
on Crabapple Hill, p.43
East Lawn, incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
at Fellows' Quarters service entrance, p.28
along kitchen gate path to R St. exit, p.47
on path to Mrs. Clark's cottage from service walk, p.25
S. D. No. 27 (small print of flower)
S. D. No. 28 (Painted spray of red flowering quince)
at Superintendent's Cottage, p.29
at Superintendent's Cottage and around conservatory/Orangery
from terrace D's south gate to Orangery, p.50
Cydonia oblonga. See also Chaenomeles oblonga
Iris Hill - Ellipse to Branch East of Forsythia Hill
Cydonia sinensis. See also Chaenomeles sinensis
east along walk between R St. wall and 31st St. entrance, p.19
East Lawn, incl. wilderness, Gothic gardens, and Corkalockie walk to Orangery
East Lawn, Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
Lovers' Lane to Wilderness
Nos. 48 and 75
from terrace D's south gate to Orangery, p.50
Cydonia vulgaris
north of enclosed yard, p.25
S. D. No. 30 (Blossom and fruit)
on walk between cutting garden and Box Walk, p.40
Cynoglossum
Bluebird
seeds invoice
seeds order
Firmament seeds order
Cynoglossum amabile
Fairy Blue
seeds invoice
seeds orders
seeds invoice
cypress, Guadalupe, at Casa Dorinda
insufficient protection for
MB on absence of
MB relief at Van Rensselaer on
protection for
toppled, news clipping on
Cypripedium (lady's slipper)
blooming at Farrand home in Calif.
as gift by Farrands to DO
as gift to MB
person to care for while Blisses away from Calif.
as potential gift from Farrands to DO
as reminder of Farrands
Cytisus
as gift to Reef Point Gardens
on service road to rock wall near Hazel Walk, p.35
on terrace B (Urn Terrace), p.35
Cytisus praecox
north of house from copse east and including terraces A-E
Cytisus scoparia
Hillside back and east of greenhouse and west to spring