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New England Garden History Society - Journals

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The MassHort staff is gratified that there has been continuing interest in the scholarship and artistry that was created by the authors who wrote for the Journals of the New England Garden History Society across twelve years and eleven volumes, which were published between 1991 and 2003. During that time, the Journal was founded and edited by Judith B. Tankard. One can remain current with her activities at www.judithtankard.com.

We offer below three entry points to the contents of the publications. A comprehensive index of all eleven volumes will appear at the end of the summer.

NEW ENGLAND GARDEN HISTORY SOCIETY - Journals (Indexes)

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Journal of the New England Garden History Society

1991 - 2003


Comprehensive Index to the Eleven Volume Set


    A Woman's Hardy Garden, by Helena Rutherford Ely; 1:39, 40

    Alexander, James; 7:36
    Ambler College (Temple University); 10:51
    American Gardens; 8:46-53
    American Renaissance Movement; 3:23, 27
    Ames, Oakes; 5:14, 15
    Andersen, Phyllis. The Codman Collection of Books on Landscape Gardening at the Boston Public Library; 5:50-52
    Arnold Arboretum
    Beatrix Jones Farrand; 6:17, 18
    Charles Sprague Sargent; 1:41
    Arts and Crafts Movement; 10:35, 36, 40; 11:23-25
    Atkinson, Charles M.; 7:18, 19, 21

B
    Baltzell, Alice Cheney; 8:23, 26-29
    Baltzell, Dr. William Hewson; 8:23, 26, 27
    Bassick, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H., rose garden; 2:48-50
    Beauport (Massachusetts); 10:30-42
    Beautiful, The; 1:4; 3:20, 29; 4:1; 8:59-61
    Beaux Arts architecture; 7:50
    Beaux Arts landscape; 7:1-14
    Beecher, Henry Ward; 3:51, 52
    Begg, Virginia Lopez.
    Alice Morse Earle : old time gardens in a brave new century; 8:13-21
    Frances Duncan: the "New Woman" in the Garden; 2:29-35
    Influential Friends: Charles Sprague Sargent and Louisa Yeomans King; 1:38-45
    Mabel Osgood Wright: the friendship of nature and the commuter's wife; 5:35-41
    Belfield (Pennsylvania); 4:38-47
    Bellefontaine (Massachusetts). See Italian Garden Movement
    Bellmont (Massachusetts); 1:1-9
    Belmont Square (East Boston, Massachusetts); 11:45-53
    Berg, Shary Page. Mount Auburn Cemetery: an evolving legacy of public horticulture; 5:9-16
    Bigelow, Jacob (1786-1879); 5:11-13
    Biltmore (North Carolina); 3:2-6
    Birkenhead, John; 9:18, 19
    Bluffwood (Iowa); 5:42-44
    Bonaparte, Joseph (1768-1844); 4:13-18
    Borghese Gardens (Italy); 5:22, 23
    Boston garden squares; 11:43-46
    Boston Public Library; 5:50-52
    "Botanist's Garden", 18 Summer Street, Salem, Massachusetts; 4:51, 52
    Bowditch Brothers (Firm); 7:1, 5-14
    Brabec, Elizabeth. Meridian Hill Park : the making of an American neoclassical landscape; 10:11-19
    Breakers, The (Newport, Rhode Island); 7:1-14
    Briarwood (Louisiana); 9:45, 53
    British gardeners; 7:15-23
    Brockway, Lucinda. "I Have Nowhere Found a More Beautiful Spot": John Hay's Fells Farm; 3:39-47
    Brophy Park (East Boston, Massachusetts); 11:51-53
    Brown, Jane Roy. Skylands: a Jens Jensen landscape in Maine.; 10:20-29
    Brucemore (Iowa); 7:24-32
    Bryant, William Cullen (1794-1878); 7:46, 49
    Bryant Park (New York City); 7:46-54
    Brydon, James; 7:19
    Budding, Thomas; 1:55
    Burnap, George; 10:12, 13, 15, 17-19
    Bush-Brown, Louise; 10:50, 51

C
    Cable, George Washington (1844-1925); 8:46-53
    Cabot, Frank; 2:38-45
    Caldwell, Laurence; 5:14
    Campbell, William; 1:22
    Canadian gardens, "Upper"; 5:1-8
    Candler, Duncan Wilson (1874-1949)
    10:21-23, 28
    Canning, Edward J.; 1:21
    Carnegie, Andrew (1835-1919); 8:47, 49
    Carnegie Gardening Competition; 8:47-53
    Carrere and Hastings (Firm)
    Bellefontaine; 8:4-11
    Bryant Park; 7:52
    Elm Bank; 8:26
    New York Public Library; 7:50
    Cedars, The (Massachusetts); 6:1-13
    Cemeteries; 7:24
    Chandler, Theophilus P., Jr.; 9:12
    Charles O. Dexter Estate, Sandwich, Massachusetts; 2:17,18
    Chassé, Patrick. The Last Garden of Beatrix Farrand; 11:35-42
    Cheney, Benjamin Pierce and Elizabeth; 8:23-26
    Chesterwood (Massachusetts). See Italian Garden Movement
    Chestnut Street, Salem, Massachusetts; 11:1-10
    Child, Susan:Warren Manning 1860-1938: the forgotten genius of the American landscape; 1:29-37
    Child Associates; 1:33, 35
    Children and gardens; 2:33
    City Beautiful Movement; 10:11
    Cleveland, Horace William Shaler (1814-1900); 3:8-14; 11:2, 3
    Cobb, Albert Winslow; 8:59, 60
    Codman, Henry Sargent (1864-1893); 5:50
    Codman, Ogden; 8:33-35
    Codman, Philip (1867-1896); 5:50, 51
    Codman Collection of Books on Landscape Gardening at the Boston Public Library; 5:50-52
    Coffin, Marian Cruger (1876-1957); 2:47-52
    Cole, Karen. A Chapter in Southern Garden Writing: the correspondence of Elizabeth Lawrence and Caroline Dorman.; 9:45-54
    Collinson, Peter; 7:40, 41
    Colonial Revival Style; 5:25-34; 8:15-17; 8:54-61; 10:34, 36; 11:22-24
    Comley, James; 7:18
    Compton (Philadelphia); 9:11-22
    Copeland, Robert Morris (1830-74); 3:8-14
    Cornish Colony (New Hampshire); 2:1, 31, 32; 3:23
    Country Place Era; 6:2; 7:24, 26, 27
    Crawford, Pleasance and Stephen A. Otto: André Parmentier's "Two or Three Places in Upper Canada"; 5:1-8
    Croton Reservoir (New York City); 7:48-50
    Cushing, John Perkins (1787-1862); 1:1-9
    Cutler, Phoebe.The Villas of Rome and Gardens at Home, 1897; 8:3-11

D
    Dabsville (group of friends); 10:32, 34, 36
    Darnall, Margaretta J.
    Unraveling Rappaccini's Garden: Nathaniel Hawthorne's botanic imagery; 5:17-24
    The Willows: Edith Wharton and Andrew Jackson Downing; 3:17-22
    Davidson, Rebecca Warren:The Spirit of the American Garden: Landscape and cultural expression in the work of Martha Brookes Hutcheson; 4:22-29
    Dawson, Jackson Thornton; 6:7; 7:22
    Dawson, James Frederick (1874-1941); 10:7, 8
    Dean, Ruth B. (1889-1932); 3:35-38
    Dearborn, Henry Alexander Scammell (1783-1851); 5:9-11
    Deming, M. Ellen. Christopher Tunnard, Modern Landscape Architecture and the "Empathic" View of Japan; 4:30-37
    Dexter Estate, Charles O., Sandwich, Massachusetts; 2:17,18
    Dodenhoff, Donna C. The View from Montpelier: James Madison's configuration of the ideal Republican landscape; 9:1-10
    Dorman, Caroline (1888-1971); 9:45-54
    Douglas, George Bruce and Irene Hazeltine; 7:26-28
    Downing, Andrew Jackson (1815-1852)
    Andre Parmentier; 5:1-8
    Bellmont; 1:2
    Compton; 9:12
    Edith Wharton's Hudson River Bracketed; 3:17-22
    Holm Lea; 1:22
    The Horticulturist; 3:49
    John Calvin Stevens; 8:58-60
    lawns; 1:55
    morality of gardening; 3:49-53
    Parks (New York City); 7:46, 47
    Picturesque, The; 2:25; 3:17-20; 4:1-4; 8:59, 60
    Prairie gardens; 5:42-49
    Downing, Andrew Jackson. A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening.; 3:17-22, 49
    Downing, Andrew Jackson. The Architecture of Country Homes.; 3:18-20
    Duncan, Charles; 2:30
    Duncan, Frances
    Northcote; 2:2, 8
    writing; 2:28-35
    Dunham, Dr. Carroll; 6:14, 27
    Dunham, Dr. Edward K.; 6:14, 24-26

E
    Earle, Alice Morse.Old Time Gardens.; 8:13-21; 11:8
    East Boston, Massachusetts; 11:43-53
    Eastern Point, Gloucester (Massachusetts); 10:32, 34
    École des Beaux Arts; 7:1, 9
    Eliot, Charles; 6:4-7
    Elm Bank (Massachusetts); 8:22-30
    Elm trees; 8:23, 24, 26
    Ely, Helena Rutherford. A Woman's Hardy Garden; 1:39, 40
    Emerson, Ralph Waldo (1803-1882); 3:8, 11-14
    Emery, Mary Muhlenberg (1844-1927); 10:1-9
    Emery, Thomas J. (1830-1906); 10:1, 2, 7
    Emmet, Alan.
    Brief Dynasty: John Perkins Cushing's "Bellmont"; 1:1-9
    "For a Fleeting Moment": Edith Wharton's Flower-garden at The Mount; 8:31-37
    Potter's Grove and the Suburban Ideal; 2:20-27
    Empathic attitude; 4:31, 33
    English Landscape Movement; 9:4; 11:23, 25

F
    Farrand, Beatrix Jones (1872-1959)
    Arnold Arboretum; 6:17, 18
    Charles Sprague Sargent; 6:16-18
    Dr. Carroll Dunham; 6:14, 27
    Dr. Edward K. Dunham; 6:14, 24-26
    Edith Wharton; 1:11, 13-16
    Garland Farm (Maine); 11:35-42
    Hill-Stead (Connecticut); 11:22, 29, 30
    Mount Desert Island, Maine; 11:36, 40
    notebook; 6:16-21
    Olmsted firm; 6:19
    Reef Point, Maine; 6:15, 16; 11:35-37
    The Mount (Massachusetts); 1:24; 8:32, 33
    Faulkner Farm (Massachusetts). See Italian Garden Movement
    Fells, The (New Hampshire); 3:39-47
    Ferns; 9:16-21
    Fleming, Nancy M. Marian Coffin and the Roses in Her Landscapes.; 2:47-52
    Foote, Harriet Risley; 6: 9, 10
    Ford, Edsel Bryant and Eleanor; 10:20-29
    Foster, Giraud; 8:3-11
    Franklin, Nan Wolverton. "A Great Cultivated Garden": vernacular gentility on the prairie; 5:42-49
    French, Daniel Chester; 8:3-11
    Frost, Paul Rubens (1883-1957)
    Judge Seth Gage Garden, Weathersfield, Vermont; 2:11, 12
    Longfellow Park, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 2:12-15
    Mrs. George W. Pierce Garden, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 2:12
    Paul R. Frost Garden, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 2:15-17
    Shawme Farm, the Charles O. Dexter Estate, Sandwich, Massachusetts; 2:17, 18

G
    Gage Garden, Judge Seth, Weathersfield, Vermont; 2:11, 12
    Gallagher, Percival; 8:26, 28
    Garden Book of Alexander Hamilton Ladd; 1:59-61
    Garden history; 8:1, 2
    Garden Squares (Boston, Massachusetts); 11:43-46
    Gardeners of Massachusetts; 7:15-23
    Gardenesque, The; 6:32-41
    Gardner, Isabella Stewart; 7:18, 19
    Garland Farm (Reef Point, Maine); 11:35-42
    Goodman, Phebe S. East Boston's Belmont Square: a Nineteenth Century Urban Landscape.; 11:43-53
    Gordon, Leonie. The Evolution of New York City's Bryant Park; 7:46-54
    Grand-Métis (Quebec); 9:34-44
    Greenhouses; 1:5
    Griswold, Mac. Sylvester Manor: a colonial garden becomes a Colonial Revival garden.; 5:25-34
    Grove, Carol. Aesthetics, Horticulture, and the Gardenesque: Victorian sensibilities at Tower Grove Park.; 6:32-41
    Gurney, James.; 6:40
    Gwinn (Cleveland, Ohio); 3:23-33

H
    Haddock, William; 5:42-44, 48, 49
    Haggerston, David; 1:7, 8
    Haines, Jane Bowne (1869-1937); 10:44-52
    Hanna, Jennifer G.Cultivating the Amateur Gardener: James Vick, seedsman and editor; 9:23-33
    Harris, Fred L.; 7:21, 22
    Hatfield, Theophilius D.; 7:21
    Hawthorne, Nathaniel. "Rappaccini's Daughter"; 5:17-24
    Hay, Alice Appleton and Clarence; 3:42-45
    Hay, John (1838-1905); 3:39-42
    Hay, John II; 3:45, 46
    Hayward, Allyson M.
    "A Rather Wild and Picturesque Place": Henry Sargent Hunnewell at The Cedars.; 6:1-13
    Elm Bank: the evolution of a country estate in Dover, Massachusetts.; 8:22-30
    Hill-Stead: a Country Place Farm in Connecticut; 11:22-34
    Hemenway, Herbert D.; 8:50-52
    Henderson, Peter; 1:60
    Heritage Plantation, Sandwich, Massachusetts; 2:17, 18
    Higginson, Stephen; 1:47
    Hilderbrand, Gary R. "Looking forward, or the return to the garden"; 8:1, 2
    Hill, Anna Gilman. Forty Years of Gardening; 1:40
    Hill, May Brawley. George Washington Cable and the Carnegie Gardening Competition in Northampton, Massachusetts; 8:46-53
    Hill-Stead (Connecticut); 11:22-34
    Hitchings and Company; 9:17-20
    Holm Lea (Massachusetts); 1:22, 23
    Home Culture Clubs; 8:46-52
    Horsford, Cornelia Conway Fenton (1861-1944); 5:25-34
    Horticulturist, The; 3:49
    Hubbard, Henry Vincent (1875-1947); 10:5-7
    Hudson River Bracketed, by Edith Wharton; 3:17-22
    Hunnewell, Henry Sargent (1854-1931); 6:1-13
    Hunnewell, Horatio Hollis (1810-1902)
    compound; 6:1
    estate; 7:20-22
    Hunt, Richard Morris; 7:1, 9-13
    Hussey, J. Frederic and Bessie Ingalls; 11:1, 5, 7-10
    Hutcheson, Martha Brookes Brown. The Spirit of the Garden; 4:22-29
    Hutchinson, B. June. The Importance of Seeing Green; 1:55-57

I
    Idlewild (New York); 4:1-10
    Italian Garden Movement; 3:8-11
    Italian Villas and Their Gardens, by Edith Wharton; 3:17, 20 ; 8:31, 32

J
    Jack, John George; 1:24; 6:18
    Japanese aesthetics; 4:30-37
    Jardins de Métis, Les; 9:34-44
    Jefferson, Thomas (1743-1826); 9:2, 4
    Jekyll, Gertrude; 6:42-49
    Jensen, Jens (1860-1951)
    Ruth B. Dean; 3:35
    Skylands; 10:20-29
    Jones, Beatrix; Farrand, Beatrix Jones (1872-1959)
    Judge Seth Gage Garden, Weathersfield, Vermont; 2:11, 12

K
    Karson, Robin. Gwinn: a collaborative design by Charles A. Platt and Warren H. Manning; 3:23-33
    Keewaydin (Maine); 6:14, 24-26
    Kellaway, Herbert J. (1867-1947); 11:1, 5-10
    Kellner, Louise; 9:11, 14, 15
    King, Louisa Yeomans (1863-1948)
    Charles Sprague Sargent; 1:38-45
    Woman's National Agricultural and Horticultural Association; 10:48
    Klaus, Susan L. "Such Inheritance As I Can Give You": the apprenticeship of Frederick Law Olmsted, Junior; 3:1-7
    Krall, Daniel W.The Landscape Architect as Advocate: Elizabeth Leonard Strang; 11:12-21

L
    Ladd, Alexander Hamilton (1815-1900); 1:58-62
    Ladies' Home Journal; 2:33
    Landscape architecture (Profession); 11:12-21
    Landsdowne (Pennsylvania); 7:42, 43
    Lanman, Susan Warren. Professional Gardeners of Massachusetts.
    7:15-23
    Lawns; 1:55-57
    Lawrence, Elizabeth (1904-1985); 9:45-54
    Leonard, Elizabeth. See Strang, Elizabeth Leonard (1886-1948)
    Les Jardins de Métis (Quebec); 9:34-44
    Les Quatre Vents (Quebec); 2:36-45
    Libby, Valencia. Jane Haines' Vision: the Pennsylvania School of Horticulture for Women; 10:44-52
    Lilies; 9:41-43
    Linn, Eve F. W.: Comfortable Haven: the garden writing of Ruth B. Dean; 3:35-38
    Longfellow Park, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 2:12-15
    Louisburg Square (Boston, Massachusetts); 11:45-48
    Lowell, Amy (1874-1925); 1:46-52
    Lowell, Augustus; 1:47, 48, 51
    Lowthorpe School of Landscape Design for Women; 1:43; 9:37; 11:12, 13

M
    Madison, Dolley (1768-1849); 9:1, 7
    Madison, James (1751-1836); 9:1-10
    Manning, Robert, Sr. and Robert, Jr.; 11:2
    Manning, Warren H. (1860-1938)
    Gwinn; 3:3, 23-33
    Hill-Stead; 11:22, 25
    Stan Hywet Hall; 1:29-36
    Manning-Olmsted style; 1:30, 31
    Mariemont (Rhode Island); 10:1-9
    Massachusetts Horticultural Society
    Ambler College; 10:51
    Baltzell, Alice Cheney; 8:23
    Cheney, Benjamin Pierce; 8:24
    Comley, James; 7:18
    Cushing, John Perkins; 1:6
    Dexter, Charles O.; 2:17
    Elm Bank; 8:29
    Frost, Paul R.; 2:17
    Hatfield, Theophilus D.; 7:21
    Horticulture magazine; 1:42
    Hunnewell Rose Garden; 6:9
    Hussey, J. Frederic and Bessie; 11:1, 10
    Jekyll, Gertrude; 6:42
    King, Louise Yeomans; 1:39
    Mount Auburn Cemetery; 5:9
    Professional gardeners of Massachusetts; 7:16
    Robinson, John; 4:50, 56
    Robinson, William; 7:18
    Sander, Charles; 1:23
    Sargent, Charles Sprague
      George Robert White medal; 1:39
      letters; 1:39
    Shaw, Henry; 6:34
    The Mount; 8:36
    Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture; 6:11
    Mather, Samuel and Ellen Knudson; 5:44-48
    Mather, William Gwinn (1857-1951); 3:23-33
    Mathews, Edward James; 2:37, 44
    Maudesleigh (Massachusetts); 4:25-27
    McGuire, Diane Kostial. Sermon on "The Mount": Edith Jones Wharton's influence on Beatrix Jones Farrand; 1:11-16
    McLean, Elizabeth and Mark Reinberger. Springettsbury: a lost estate of the Penn family; 7:34-45
    McMahon, Bernard; 1:55; 9:4, 8
    Meighan, Elsie Stephen. See Reford, Elsie (1872-1967)
    Meighan, Robert (1837-1911); 9:34, 36
    Merchiston Farm (New Jersey); 4:22-25
    Meridian Hill Park (Washington, D.C.); 10:11-19
    Miller, Wilhelm; 7:24, 26
    Missouri Botanical Garden; 6:32, 34
    Moffat, Adelene (1862-1956); 8:46, 48, 50, 53
    Moffat-Ladd garden (Portsmouth, New Hampshire); 1:59-62
    Monro, J. Peter. John Calvin Stevens: relating landscape design to domestic architectural style; 8:54-62
    Montpelier (Virginia); 9:1-10
    Moralitiy of gardening; 3:39-53
    Morgan, Patrick; 2:37, 38
    Morris, John Thompson (1947-1915); 9:11-20
    Morris, Lydia (1849-1932); 9:11-20
    Morris Arboretum of the Universityof Pennsylvania. See Compton (Philadelphia)
    Morse, Susan I. Figi Ferns, Damask Roses, and China Asters: Compton, a Victorian garden in Philadelphia; 9:11-22
    Moss Park, York (Toronto), Canada. See Canadian gardens, "Upper"
    Mount, The (Massachusetts); 1:12-15, 24-26; 8:31-37
    Mount Auburn Cemetery; 5:9-16
    Mount Desert Island, Maine
    Garland Farm (Reef Point); 11:35-42
    Skylands (Seal Harbor); 10:20-29
    Mrs. George W. Pierce Garden, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 2:12
    Munstead Wood (England); 6:43-49
    Muspratt, Sally. Les Quatre Vents: Frank Cabot's global garden; 2:36-45

N
    Nadenicek, Joseph Daniel. Sleepy Hollow Cemetery: Transcendental garden and community park; 3:8-15
    New England Garden History Society; 8:1, 2
    New Woman, the; 2:29, 34
    New York City parks; 7:46, 47
    New York Public Library; 7:50-53
    Newbury, Diane. "But that Garden now became his hobby-horse": Charles Willson Peale and his garden at Belfield; 4:38-47
    Noble, William. Northcote: an artist's New Hampshire garden; 2:1-9
    Northampton, Massachusetts; 8:47-53
    Northcote (New Hampshire); 2:1-8
    Norton, Michael H.; 7:19, 21

O
    Occult Balance; 4:33-35
    Old Time Gardens, by Alice Earle Morse; 8:13-21; 11:8
    Olmsted, Frederick Law, Jr. (1870-1957); 3:1-7
    Olmsted, Frederick Law, Sr. (1822-1903)
    Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr.; 3:1-6
    Lawns; 1:56, 57
    Olmsted, John Charles (1852-1920); 10:3-5
    Olmsted firm
    Beatrix Jones Farrand; 6:19
    Elm Bank; 8:26, 28
    Mariemont; 10:3-9
    Olmsted-Manning style; 1:30, 31
    Otto, Stephen A. and Pleasance Crawford. André Parmentier's "Two or Three Places in Upper Canada"; 5:1-8

P
    Padua Botanical Garden; 5:19, 20
    Parks (New York City); 7:46, 47
    Parmentier, Andre (1780-1830); 5:1-7
    Parrish, Stephen (1846 -1938); 2:1-8
    Parsons, Samuel; 2:30
    Parsons, Samuel, Jr.; 1:56
    Paul R. Frost Garden, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 2:15-17
    Peale, Charles Willson (1741-1827); 4:38-46
    Peale, Rubens (1784-1865); 4:39, 42
    Peaslee, Horace W.; 10:12-16, 18, 19
    Penn, Thomas (1702-1775); 7:34-44
    Pennsylvania School of Horticulture for Women; 10:44-52
    Picturesque, The; 1:1, 2; 2:25; 3:17-20; 4:1-4, 13-18; 6:32-41; 8:59-61
    Picturesque Landscape Movement; 9:2-5
    Pierce Garden, Mrs. George W., Cambridge, Massachusetts; 2:12
    Platt, Charles Adams (1861-1933)
    Cornish, New Hampshire; 2:1
    Gwinn; 3:23-33
    Italian Gardens; 8:3-6
    Point Breeze, New Jersey; 4:13-20
    Pope, Ada Brooks and Alfred Atmore; 11:22-28
    Pope, Theodate. See Riddle, Theodate Pope (1867-1946)
    Potter, Joseph S. (1822-1904); 2:20-27
    Potter's Grove (Arlington, Massachusetts); 2:20-27
    Prairie gardens; 3:24; 5:42-49; 6:32-41; 7:24-32; 10:26-28
    Proctor Estate, Thomas (Massachusetts); 1:23, 23
    Professional gardeners of Massachusetts; 7:15-23

Q
    Quatre Vents, Les; 2:36-45

R
    "Rappaccini's Daughter", by Nathaniel Hawthorne; 5:17-24
    Reef Point, Maine; 11:36
    Reef Point Gardens Collection; 6:14
    Reford, Alexander.Les Jardins de Metis: Elsie Reford's Canadian Garden.; 9:34-44
    Reford, Elsie (1872-1967); 9:34-44
    Reford, Robert Wilson; 9:35, 36
    Reford Gardens; 9:34-44
    Reinberger, Mark and Elizabeth McLean. Springettsbury: a lost estate of the Penn family; 7:34-45
    Republican Gardens; 9:6, 7
    Reservoir Square Park (New York City); 7:49, 50
    Richter, Paula Bradstreet. A Rediscovered Gardener's Legacy: Mr. John Robinson (1846-1925) of Salem, Massachusetts; 4:49-58
    Riddle, Theodate Pope (1867-1946); 11:22-34
    Robinson, John (1846-1925); 4:49-57; 11:3, 8
    Robinson, William (1848-1896); 7:18
    Rock gardens (Massachusetts)
    Holm Lea; 1:22, 23
    The Mount; 1:24-26
    Rockweld; 1:26, 27
    Smith College Botanical Garden; 1:20-22
    Sunset Hill; 1:19, 20
    Thomas Proctor Estate; 1:23, 24
    Rockefeller, John D., Jr. (1874-1960); 10:21, 22
    Rockweld (Massachusetts); 1:26, 27
    Rogers, Millard F. The Lost Gardens of Mariemont, Rhode Island; 10:1-10
    Rogers, Ruthanne C.: The Man Who Loved Tulips; 1:59-62
    Ropes Mansion Garden (Salem, Massachusetts); 4:54-57
    Rose gardens; 2:48-52; 6:9, 10
    Rusnak, Cecilia Jaswa and Peggy Boyle Whitworth. "His Canvas Is the Sky": O. C. Simonds and the Douglas Estate; 7:24-33

S
    Saint-Gaudens, Augustus; 2:32
    Salem, Massachusetts
    "Botanist's Garden", 18 Summer Street; 4:51-52
    Chestnut Street; 11:1-10
    Ropes Mansion Garden; 4:54-57
    Salem Club Garden; 4:52, 53
    Three Cambridge Street; 4:53, 54
    Salem Club Garden, Salem, Massachusetts; 4:52, 53
    Saltonstall family; 11:1, 2
    Sander, Charles; 1:23
    Sanders-Saltonstall family. See Saltonstall family
    Sargent, Charles Sprague (1841-1927)
    Beatrix Jones Farrand; 6:16-18
    Compton (Philadelphia); 9:11, 12
    letters; 1:39
    Louisa Yeomans King; 1:38-45
    Rock gardens (Massachusetts). Holm Lea; 1:22
    Salem, Massachusetts. Ropes Mansion Garden; 4:57
    Sargent, Henry W.; 1:55, 56
    Schnare, Susan E. : Some Massachusetts Rock Gardens; 1:19-28
    Schwimming, Heinrich; 1:8
    Scott, Frank J.
    The Art of Beautifying Suburban Home Grounds; 2:21
    Lawns; 1:56
    Seiberling, F. A.; 1:31-34
    Sevenels (Massachusetts); 1:48-52
    Shaw, Henry (1800-1889); 6:32-41
    Shawme Farm, Sandwich, Massachusetts; 2:17, 18
    Shingle Style; 8:54-61; 10:2, 3
    Shipman, Ellen Biddle
    Elizabeth Leonard Stang; 11:13
    Gwinn; 3:23, 26, 27, 29
    Landscape architecture; 3:38
    Simonds, Ossian Cole (O. C.) (1855-1931); 7:24-32
    Skylands (Seal Harbor, Maine); 10:20-29
    Sleeper, Henry Davis (1878-1934); 10:30-43
    Sleeper-McCann House and gardens, Gloucester, Massachusetts; 10:30-42
    Sleepy Hollow Cemetery (Concord, Massachusetts); 3:8-14
    Smith College Botanical Garden (Massachusetts); 1:20-22
    Southern gardening; 9:45-53
    Sprague, Charles F.; 8:3-11
    Springettsbury (Pennsylvania); 7:34-45
    Stan Hywet Hall (Ohio); 1:29-36
    Stang, Elizabeth Leonard (1886-1948)
    Stephen, Lord Mount; 9:34-37
    Stevens, John Calvin (1855-1940); 8:54-61
    Strang, Elizabeth Leonard (1886-1948); 11:12-21
    Sumner, General William Hyslop (1780-1861); 11:45
    Sunset Hill (Massachusetts); 1:19, 20
    Sweeting, Adam. "An Enlarged Unstraitened Piety": the morality of antebellum gardening; 3:49-53
    Sylvester Manor ( Shelter Island, New York); 5:25-34

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    Tankard, Judith B.
    Of Books and Archives: An American perspective on Gertrude Jekyll's legacy; 6:42-51
    Henry Davis Sleeper's Gardens at Beauport; 10:30-43
    Teuscher, Henry; 9:42, 43
    The Beautiful; 1:4; 3:20, 29; 4:1; 8:59-61
    The Breakers (Newport, Rhode Island); 7:1-14
    The Cedars (Massachusetts); 6:1-13
    The Fells (New Hampshire); 3:39-47
    The Fernery (Compton, Philadelphia); 9:17-21
    The Horticulturist; 3:49
    The Mount (Massachusetts); 1:12-15, 24-26; 8:31-37
    The Picturesque; 1:1, 2; 2:25; 3:17-20; 4:1-4, 13-18; 6:32-41; 8:59-61
    Thomas Proctor Estate (Massachusetts); 1:22, 24
    Three Cambridge Street, Salem, Massachusetts; 4:53, 54
    Todisco, Patrice. Amy Lowell: a poet in the garden; 1:47-53
    Toole, Robert M. "Illustrated and Set to Music": the Pictuesque crescendo at Idlewild; 4:1-12
    Tower Grove Park (St. Louis, Missouri); 6:32-41
    Transcendentalist philosophy; 3:8, 11, 12
    Trumpy, Jean Rudolph; 2:30, 31
    Tschirch, John R. The Evolution of a Beaux Arts Landscape: The Breakers in Newport, Rhode Island; 7:1-14
    Tulips; 1:60-62
    Tunnard, Christopher. Gardens in the Modern Landscape.; 4:30-37.
    Twain, Mark; 2:30

U
    Urban gardens; 11:43-53

V
    Vanderbilt II, Cornelius; 7:1, 3-13
    Vaux, Carl; 4:5-7
    Vick, James (1818-1882)
    publications; 9:23-31
    seed house; 9:26-32
    Villa Albani. See Italian Garden Movement
    Villa Borghese. See Italian Garden Movement
    Villa Doria-Pamphili. See Italian Garden Movement
    Villa Medici. See Italian Garden Movement
    Vinson, Donna Amelia. Architecture Out Back. Herbert J. Kellaway's Chestnut Street garden in Salem, Massachusetts; 11:1-11
    Vitale, Ferruccio; 10:12, 17, 18
    Von Arnim, Mary Annette Beauchamp: Elizabeth and Her German Garden; 1:40; 2:29; 5:37

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    Webster, Constance A. Recreating an American Landscape: artistic and literary images of Joseph Bonaparte's park at Point Breeze, New Jersey; 4:13-21
    Weld, Stephen M.; 1:26
    Wharton, Edith (1862-1937)
    Andrew Jackson Downing; 3:17-22
    Beatrix Jones Farrand; 1:11, 13-16
    European influences; 1:12
    Newport, Rhode Island; 7:13, 14
    The Mount; 1:13-15, 24-26; 8:31-37
    Wharton, Edith. Hudson River Bracketed.; 3:17-22
    Wharton, Edith. Italian Villas and Their Gardens; 3:17, 20 ; 8:31, 32
    Whitworth, Peggy Boyle and Cecilia Jaswa Rusnak. "His Canvas Is the Sky": O. C. Simonds and the Douglas Estate; 7:24-33
    Wilder, Louise Beebe; 6:46
    Willis, Nathaniel Parker; 4:1-9
    Wilson, Ernest H. (1876-1930)
    Compton (Philadelphia); 9:13
    Ropes Mansion; 4:57
    Wolseley, Frances; 9:37
    Woman's National Agricultural and Horticultural Association; 10:48
    Women and gardening; 8:1, 2
    Wright, Mabel Osgood (1859-1934); 5:35-40

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    Zaitzevsky, Cynthia
    A Career in Bud: Beatrix Jones Farrand's education and early gardens; 6:14-31
    Paul R. Frost of Cambridge: an introduction to his life and work; 2:10-19

     

About the Massachusetts Horticultural Society

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2017 Calendar & Courses

2017 Calendar and Courses

Mass Hort Classes & Events

Thu Jun 29 @ 7:00PM - 08:30PM
Pruning the Early Bloomers
Fri Jun 30 @10:00AM - 04:00PM
Free Fun Friday at Mass Hort
Sun Jul 09 @10:30AM - 12:00PM
Strawberry Bed Rejuvenation Workshop
Tue Jul 11 @ 1:30PM - 03:00PM
The First Honey Harvest
Wed Jul 12 @10:00AM - 02:00PM
Color Gardens: Learn to Create Three-Season Flower Gardens with Winter Appeal
Tue Jul 18 @ 6:00PM - 08:00PM
Permaculture Design
Sun Jul 23 @10:00AM - 11:30AM
Planting for Hummingbirds
Sun Jul 23 @10:30AM - 12:00PM
Garden Transitions for Fall Workshop
Tue Jul 25 @12:00PM - 05:00PM
Bressingham Garden Symposium 2017: Inspiration in Your Landscape
Thu Jul 27 @ 5:30PM - 08:00PM
Evening at Elm Bank: Third Annual Arts on the Green
Sun Jul 30 @10:30AM - 12:00PM
What's Buggin' Me?
Tue Aug 01 @10:30AM - 01:00PM
Horticulture Experience at Plimoth Plantation Museum
Thu Sep 14 @ 6:00PM - 09:00PM
Landscaping and Planting Design
Thu Sep 21 @ 7:00AM - 08:30PM
Art & Spirit in the Garden: Incorporating Sculpture into Your Outdoor Landscape