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  • Nettie N. Benson — Dumbarton Oaks
    N Benson Benson Nettie N She was secretary to Newton B Drury Director of the National Park Service Reference Dumbarton Oaks Garden Archives D Benson 1941 10 23 Dumbarton Oaks Research Library Rare Book Collection Dumbarton Oaks Trustees for Harvard University Washington D C Document Actions Print this Share Previous Neal D Newlin Next Newton B Drury Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection 1703 32nd Street NW Washington DC 20007

    Original URL path: http://www.doaks.org/library-archives/garden-archives/biographies/nettie-n-benson (2016-02-18)
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  • Newton B. Drury — Dumbarton Oaks
    Bishop 1889 1978 Newton B Drury was Director of the National Parks Service Department of the Interior Washington D C References Dumbarton Oaks Garden Archives D RB 1941 06 24 Dumbarton Oaks Research Library Rare Book Collection Dumbarton Oaks Trustees for Harvard University Washington D C Document Actions Print this Share Previous Nettie N Benson Next New York Times Company Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection 1703 32nd Street NW

    Original URL path: http://www.doaks.org/library-archives/garden-archives/biographies/newton-b-drury (2016-02-18)
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  • New York Times Company — Dumbarton Oaks
    York Times Company Archive Navigation Garden Archives Home Contents Index Search Refine Help New York Times Company Info New York Times Company New York Times Company Document Actions Print this Share Previous Newton B Drury Next Oregon Bulb Farms 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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  • Patrick Dougherty — Dumbarton Oaks
    Dougherty that his real passion was art At the age of 36 he went back to school and earned a masters degree in art history and sculpture at the University of North Carolina In 1982 he completed his first work Maple Body Wrap Since then Dougherty has created over 200 whimsical coiling tangled sculptures crafted primarily from woven saplings Due to the materials he uses Dougherty s works are generally meant to be temporary The site specific sculptures are often built outdoors integrated into trees or creeping up the sides of buildings and exposure to the elements wears the installations down over time Over the years he has been invited to build sculptures at institutions on four continents His work has appeared at the Phillips Collection Washington D C 1993 Dumbarton Oaks Washington D C 2010 the Brooklyn Botanical Garden NY 2010 and the Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest KY 2012 A 2013 documentary Bending Sticks explores Dougherty s work in more depth References 2014 Artist in Residence Patrick Dougherty Cheekwood Art Gardens Last modified March 2014 http www cheekwood org Art Martin Shallenberger Artist in Residence Patrick Dougherty Stickwork aspx Green Penelope At Home with Patrick Dougherty Building with

    Original URL path: http://www.doaks.org/library-archives/garden-archives/biographies/patrick-dougherty (2016-02-18)
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  • Paul J. Sachs — Dumbarton Oaks
    of 1915 and soon thereafter he became a lecturer at Wellesley College and an assistant professor of fine arts at Harvard He became a full professor in 1927 Sachs proved an influential force in the world of art and museum studies The courses that Sachs created at this time were among the first museum studies to ever be established He taught his most well known course Museum Work and Museum Problems from 1921 until his retirement in 1948 Many students who took this course went on to become curators and directors at museums and cultural institutions from New York to Kansas City Washington D C San Francisco and Montréal Sachs served an administrative role for many of these same institutions over the years He served as a board member for the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston the Board of Syndics of the Harvard University Press and Dumbarton Oaks At Dumbarton Oaks he played a crucial role in its incorporation with Harvard University He worked alongside his friend Robert Woods Bliss to form the institution into the cultural and educational center that the Blisses envisioned He also helped to found the Museum of Modern Art in New York where he served as a trustee from 1929 to 1938 At the MoMA Sachs actually donated the first drawing to enter their collection they thanked him by naming a gallery after him in 1964 He continued teaching advising and collecting and donating art until the last years of his life Paul Sachs died in 1965 in his home in Cambridge Massachusetts References Brown David Alan Teaching Connoisseurship Paul Sachs at Harvard University and Bernard Berenson at Villa I Tatti Lecture Works in Progress at National Gallery of Art Washington D C December 7 2009 http www nga gov content ngaweb audio video

    Original URL path: http://www.doaks.org/library-archives/garden-archives/biographies/paul-sachs (2016-02-18)
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  • Perry Seed Company (Boston Mass.) — Dumbarton Oaks
    Square Boston Mass The company was the successors to Fiske Seed Company Beatrix Farrand purchased 5 packets of flower seed for 58 for the Dumbarton Oaks Gardens Washington D C April 20 1943 References Dumbarton Oaks Garden Archives Perry Seed Co 1943 04 20 Dumbarton Oaks Research Library Rare Book Collection Dumbarton Oaks Trustees for Harvard University Washington D C Dumbarton Oaks Garden Archives C10 BF 1942 12 18C Dumbarton

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  • Philip Finelli — Dumbarton Oaks
    stairway marquise grilles elevator enclosures porches fire escapes iron and wire fences District Ornamental Iron Works through Philip Finelli contracted with Mildred Bliss to complete ironwork projects in the Dumbarton Oaks Gardens References Washington Post Newspaper Archive July 19 1920 page 5 http newspaperarchive com us district of columbia washington washington post 1920 07 19 page 5 Dumbarton Oaks Garden Archives K RH 1951 12 07 Dumbarton Oaks Research Library

    Original URL path: http://www.doaks.org/library-archives/garden-archives/biographies/philip-finelli (2016-02-18)
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  • R. B. Phelps Stone Co. — Dumbarton Oaks
    Stone Company was a D C based stoneworking firm established by Richard B Phelps sometime before 1936 Operating out of their location at 2501 Ninth St N E Washington D C the R B Phelps Stone Company was responsible for a number of local projects including commisions fir Mildred and Robert Bliss at Dumbarton Oaks The company was also responsible for work done on the Titanic Memorial when it was relocated to its current location in September 1968 The Phelps company was in business at least until the 1970s although it is now closed References 1930 United States Census Population Schedule Washington Washington District of Columbia p 4B Line 52 Richard B Phelps household digital images Ancestry com http ancestry com accessed August 15 2014 citing NARA microfilm publication T626 roll 303 Dennis Rude Linkedin com Accessed August 15 2014 http www linkedin com pub dennis rude a 81b 130 Marion Ritchie Jr Washington Post January 15 2014 http www legacy com obituaries washingtonpost obituary aspx pid 169104115 Titanic Memorial sculpture Smithsonian American Art Museum Art Inventories Catalog Accessed August 15 2014 http archive today FiFD Document Actions Print this Share Previous Philip Finelli Next Ralph E Griswold Dumbarton Oaks

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