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  • Irving C. Root — Dumbarton Oaks
    and a member of the Dumbarton Oaks Park Committee References Dumbarton Oaks Garden Archives D JT 1941 05 15 Dumbarton Oaks Research Library Rare Book Collection Dumbarton Oaks Trustees for Harvard University Washington D C Dumbarton Oaks Garden Archives D BF 1941 05 20 Dumbarton Oaks Research Library Rare Book Collection Dumbarton Oaks Trustees for Harvard University Washington D C Document Actions Print this Share Previous Illustrated London news Next

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  • Isabel Denison — Dumbarton Oaks
    correspondence and requests on behalf of Mildred Bliss She used a letter closing of Mrs C I Denison Keeper of the Founders Room References Dumbarton Oaks Garden Archives G2a Denison 1954 04 23 Dumbarton Oaks Research Library Rare Book Collection Dumbarton Oaks Trustees for Harvard University Washington D C Document Actions Print this Share Previous Irving C Root Next Isabelle M Stover Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection 1703 32nd

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  • Isabelle M. Stover — Dumbarton Oaks
    raised her children and stayed active in the Bar Harbor community serving as Marshal to her local chapter of the Rebekahs an all female branch of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Sometime around 1941 Stover became secretary for Beatrix Farrand s Reef Point office During her time at Reef Point Stover took care of office work bookkeeping ordering and correspondence for Beatrix Farrand She became well acquainted with the library at Reef Point and when Robert and Mildred Bliss visited the property in 1949 Stover led their tour She frequently performed such tasks on behalf of the elderly Beatrix Farrand Isabelle Stover stayed at Reef Point until the fall of 1952 when Farrand closed her offices for good At that time Stover accepted a position working for Robert Patterson the landscape architect who replaced Beatrix Farrand at Dumbarton Oaks When Patterson left Dumbarton Oaks in 1956 so did Stover She died in 1987 and is buried in Bar Harbor Maine References District Meeting of Rebekahs Held at BH Bar Harbor Times Bar Harbor ME April 12 1956 http islandhistory newspaperarchive com bar harbor times 1956 04 12 page 4 Stover Marshall Bar Harbor Times Bar Harbor ME May 13

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  • J. Horace McFarland Company — Dumbarton Oaks
    Horace McFarland Company Archive Navigation Garden Archives Home Contents Index Search Refine Help J Horace McFarland Company Info J Horace McFarland Company J Horace McFarland Company Document Actions Print this Share Previous Isabelle M Stover Next J P Paull Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection 1703 32nd Street NW Washington DC 20007 Site Map Web Accessibility Contact Us Visit Us Staff Directory Employment Rights and Reproductions Staff Login Newsletter Webmail

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  • J. P. Paull — Dumbarton Oaks
    with an emphasis on harmony between land and built structures In June 2013 Bodega Architecture partnered with artists Andy Cao and Xavier Perrot on an art installations in the Tuileries Paris This was not their first collaboration J P Paull also participated in the design and installation of Cloud Terrace the Cao Perrot studios work in place in the Dumbarton Oaks Arbor Terrace in 2012 2013 References http bodegarchitecture com

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  • Jacques Androuet Du Cerceau, the elder — Dumbarton Oaks
    and even served as architecte du roi or architect to the king but he is best remembered for the engravings he produced beginning in 1549 His engravings of French châteaux and gardens often documented designs he admired but did not create He operated a printshop based in Orléans and the works he printed greatly influenced the movement known as Northern Mannerism 16th and early 17th centuries Three of du Cerceau s works are held in the Rare Book Collection at Dumbarton Oaks His print of the arbor from the Château de Montargis probably influenced Beatrix Farrand and Mildred Bliss and later Ruth Havey in designing the arbor for the Arbor Terrace at Dumbarton Oaks References Farrand Beatrix Beatrix Farrand s Plant Book for Dumbarton Oaks Edited by Diane Kostial McGuire Washington D C Dumbarton Oaks 1980 Les Livres d Architecture Androuet du Cerceau Jacques 1511 1585 86 Architectura Accessed June 10 2014 http architectura cesr univ tours fr Traite Auteur Androuet du Cerceau asp param Lott Linda and James Carder Garden Ornament at Dumbarton Oaks Washington D C Dumbarton Oaks 2001 Rykner Didier Jaques Androuet du Cerceau The Art Tribune April 5 2010 Accessed June 10 2014 http www thearttribune

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  • James Berrall — Dumbarton Oaks
    Archives Biographies James Berrall Archive Navigation Garden Archives Home Contents Index Search Refine Help James Berrall Info James Berrall Berrall James Document Actions Print this Share Previous Jacques Androuet Du Cerceau the elder Next James Bryce Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection 1703 32nd Street NW Washington DC 20007 Site Map Web Accessibility Contact Us Visit Us Staff Directory Employment Rights and Reproductions Staff Login Newsletter Webmail Service Desk 2014

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  • James Bryce — Dumbarton Oaks
    estate to Harvard institution as well as the difficult World War II years As head gardener Bryce collaborated with Beatrix Farrand Ruth Havey and Dumbarton Oaks Director John Thacher His strong personality earned him a reputation for occasionally being difficult but his knowledge of plants and skill at gardening was impressive During the war years Bryce led other Dumbarton Oaks staff in giving Victory Garden demonstrations to local groups These demonstrations took place in both the Dumbarton Oaks Kitchen Gardens as well as on a half acre of land at Massachusetts and Whitehaven St NW that Mildred Bliss donated to the community for Victory Garden plots Bryce left his position at Dumbarton Oaks and moved to Florida in the summer of 1949 References 1930 United States Census Population Schedule Washington Washington District of Columbia p 8A Line 7 James Bryce household digital images Ancestry com http www ancestry com accessed August 4 2014 citing NARA microfilm publication T626 roll 296 1940 United States Census Population Schedule Washington Washington District of Columbia p 8A Line 37 James Bryce household digital images Ancestry com http www ancestry com accessed August 4 2014 citing NARA microfilm publication T627 roll 561 Aitchison Siobhan DC

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