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Atlas of the Town of Brookline. Philadelphia: G. W. Bromley, 1884.
Atlas of the Town of Brookline. Philadelphia: G. W. Bromley, 1907.
Insurance Maps of Brookline, Massachusetts. New York: Sanborn Map Co., 1925; updated April 1937.

Books

A History of Brookline, Massachusetts from the First Settlement of Muddy River Until the Present Time, 1630-1906. Brookline: Brookline Press Company, 1906 passim.
American Victorian Architecture. New introduction by D. Arnold Lewis and Notes by Keith N. Morgan. New York: Dover Publication, 1975.
Amory, Thomas C. Memoir of the Hon. Richard Sullivan. Cambridge: John Wilson and Son, 1850.
Balmori, Diana, Diane Kostial McGuire, and Eleanor M. McPeck. Beatrix Farrand’s American Landscapes: Her Gardens and Campuses. Sagaponack, NY: Sagaponack Press, 1985.
Benson, Albert Emerson. History of he Massachusetts Horticultural Society. Boston: Massachusetts Horticultural Society, 1929.
Beveridge, Charles E. and Carolyn F. Hoffman, eds. The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted, Writings on Public Parks, Parkways, and Park Systems. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997.
Beveridge, Charles E., and Paul Rocheleau. Frederick Law Olmsted Designing the American Landscape. New York: Universe Publishing, 1998.
Beveridge, Charles E., Carolyn F. Hoffman, and Kenneth Hawkins, eds. The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted: Volume VII Parks, Politics, and Patronage 1874-1882. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007.
Binford, Henry C. The First Suburbs: Residential Communities on the Boston Periphery, 1815-1860. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1985.
Birnbaum, Charles A. and Robin Karson, eds. Pioneers of American Landscape Design. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2000.
Bolton, Charles Knowles. Brookline: the History of a Favored Town. Brookline: C.A.W. Spencer, 1897.
Boston and Its Suburbs. Boston: Stanley & Usher, 1888.
Briggs, Roy W. ‘Chinese’ Wilson: A Life of Earnest H. Wilson 1876-1930. London: HMSO, 1993.
Brookline Historical Commission. “Historic Neighborhood Brochure: The Lindens,” 1996.
Cappers, Elmer Osgood. Centennial History of the Country Club, 1882-1982. Brookline: The Country Club, 1981.
Century Yearbook, 2006. New York: Century Association, 2006.
Chandler, Alfred D. Brookline, the Chronicle Souvenir of the Bicentennial. Brookline: Riverdale Press, 1905.
The Church of the First Parish in Brookline, Massachusetts. Brookline: Riverdale Press, 1901.
Cappers, Elmer O. History of the Free Hospital for Women. Boston: ?, 1975.
Curtis, John Curtis. History of the Town of Brookline Massachusetts. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company., 1935.
Curtiss, Frederick H., and John Heard. The Country Club, 1882-1932. Boston: Little Brown and Co., 1932.
Downing, A. J. The Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening Adapted to North America. New York: Orange Judd Agricultural Book Publisher, 1865; reprint ed., New York: Dover Publications, 1991.
Dowling, Linda. Charles Eliot Norton: the Art of Reform in Nineteenth-Century America. Durham, New Hampshire: University of New Hampshire Press, 2007.
Eliot, Charles W. Charles Eliot, Landscape Architect. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1902.
Emerson, Edward Waldo. The Early Years of the Saturday Club 1855-1870. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1918.
Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Complete Essays and Other Writings of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Brooks Atkinson, ed. New York: Random House, 1940.
Fishman, Robert. Bourgeois Utopias: The Rise and Fall of Suburbia. New York: Basic Books, 1987.
Foley, Daniel J. The Flowering World of “Chinese” Wilson. London: Macmillan Co., 1969.
Goddard, Samuel Aspinwall. Reflections of Brookline, Being an Account of the Houses, The Families and the Roads in Brookline in the Years 1800 to 1810. Birmingham, England: E.C Osborne, 1873.
Hardwicke, Greer, and Roger Reed. Images of America: Brookline. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 1998.
Hay, Ida. Science in the Pleasure Ground: A History of the Arnold Arboretum. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1995.
Heskel, Julia. Shepley Bulfinch Richardson and Abbott: Past to Present. Boston: Shepley Bulfinch Richardson and Abbott, Inc., 1999.
Holmes, Oliver Wendell. The Autocrat at the Breakfast Table. Boston: Phillips, Sampson and Co., 1859.
Howe, M.A. DeWolfe Howe. Later Years of the Saturday Club 1870-1920. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1927.
Hubbard, Henry V., and Theodora Kimball. An Introduction to the Study of Landscape Architecture. New York: Macmillan Co., 1917.
Jackson, Kenneth T. Crabgrass Frontier: The Suburbanization of the United States. New York: Oxford Press, 1985.
Jackson, Richard S., Jr., and Cornelia Brooke Gilder. The Architecture of Leisure: Houses of the Berkshires, 1870-1930. New York: Acanthus Press, 2006.
Johnson, Catherine Joy. Olmsted in the Pacific Northwest: Private Estates and Residential Communities, 1873-1959. Seattle: Friends of Seattle’s Olmsted Parks, 1997.
Jones, Theodore F., and Charles F. White. Land Ownership in Brookline from the First Settlement. Brookline: Riverside Press, 1923.
Klaus, Susan L. A Modern Arcadia: Frederick Law Olmsted Jr., and the Plan for Forest Hills Gardens. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press in Association with the Library of American Landscape Architecture, 2002.
Kennedy, Lawrence W. Planning the City Upon a Hill: Boston Since 1630. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1992.
Kent, Louise Andrews. The Brookline Trunk. Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1955.
Kramer, Jean. Brookline, Massachusetts: a Pictorial History. Boston: Historical Publishing Company, 1989.
Leet, Judith. The Gardens of Chestnut Hill. Brookline: Chestnut Hill Association, 1992.
Lewis, D. Arnold. An Early Encounter with Tomorrow: Europeans, Chicago’s Loop And the World’s Columbiana Exposition. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1997.
Lynes, Russell. The Tastemakers. New York: Grosset & Dunlap. 1949.
Mayo, James M. The American Country Club: Its Origins and Development. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1998.
McGuire, Diane Kostial, ed. Beatrix Farrand’s Plant Book for Dumbarton Oaks. Washington DC: Dumbarton Oaks, 1980.
McLaughlin, Charles Capen, and Charles E. Beveridge, eds. The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted, Volume I The Formative Years, 1822-1852. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1977.
______. The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted, Volume II Slavery and the South,

1852-1857. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1981.
Manning, Robert. History of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society. Boston: Rand,Avery, & Co., 1880.
Miller, Wilhelm. The Prairie Spirit in Landscape Gardening. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois, 1915; reprint ed., Amherst MA: University of Massachusetts Press, in association with Library of American Landscape History, 2002.
Mittell, David Allen. The Country Club: Physical Evolution 1882-1002. Attelboro, MA: Colonial Lithograph Inc., 2001.
Morgan, Keith N. Charles A. Platt: the Artist as Architect. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1985.
______. Shaping the American Landscape: the Art and Architecture of Charles A. Platt. Hanover: University of New England, 1995.
Morison, Samuel Eliot. The Development of Harvard University Since the Inauguration of President Eliot 1869-1929. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1930.
Newton, Norman T. Design on the Land: the Development of Landscape Architecture. Cambridge: Belknap Press, 1971.
Nicolaides, Becky, and Andrew Wiese, eds. The Suburb Reader. New York: Routledge, 2006.
O’Gorman, James F. H.H. Richardson and His Office. Cambridge: Harvard College Library, 1974.
Ochsner, Jeffery Karl. H.H. Richardson: Complete Architectural Works. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1981.
______. H.H. Richardson: Architectural Forms for an American Society. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987.
Olmsted, Frederick Law. Walks and Talks of an American Farmer in England. New York: G.P. Putman, 1852; reprint ed., Amherst: Library of American Landscape History, 2002.
Olmsted, Frederick Law [Jr.], and Theodora Kimball, eds. Frederick Law Olmsted Landscape Architect 1822-1903. Vols. I, II. New York: C.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1922.
Robinson, Anne. _______. New York: W.W. Norton, 2009.
Roper, Laura. FLO: A Biography. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1973.
Rader, Benjamin G. American Sports: From the Age of Folk Games to the Age of Spectators. ?????????
Sargent, Charles Sprague. A Guide to the Arnold Arboretum. Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1911.
Schuyler, David. New Urban Landscape: the Redefinition of City Form in Nineteenth Century America. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986.
______. Apostle of Taste: Andrew Jackson Downing, 1815-1852 (Creating the North American Landscape). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996.
Seaburg, Carol, and Stanley Paterson. Merchant Prince of Boston: Colonel T.H. Perkins, 1764-1854. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1971.
Stevenson, Elizabeth. A Life of Frederick Law Olmsted. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc., 1977.
Sutton, S.B. “Charles Sprague Sargent and the Arnold Arboretum. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1970.
Thornton, Tamara Plakins. Cultivating Gentlemen: The Meaning of Country Life among the Boston Elite, 1785-1860. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1989.
Van Rensselaer, Mariana Griswold. Henry Hobson Richardson and His Works. New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1888; reprint ed., New York: Dover Publications, 1969.
______. Art Out-of-Doors: Hints on Good Taste in Gardening. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1893; reprint ed., New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1925.
______. ed., David Gebhard. Accents as Well as Broad Effects. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996.
Warner, Sam Bass. Street Car Suburb: The Process of Growth Boston, 1870-1900. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1962.
Whitcomb, Harriet Manning. Annals and Reminiscences of Jamaica Plain. Cambridge: Riverdale Press, 197.
Wilson, Ernest H. America’s Greatest Garden: the Arnold Arboretum. Boston: Stratford Co., 1925.
Winthrop, Robert C. Jr. Memoir of the Hon. David Sears. Cambridge: John Wilson & Sons, 1886.
Woods, Harriet. Historical Sketches of Brookline. Mass. Boston: Robert S. Davis and Co., 1874.
Wright, Gwendolyn. Building the Dream: A Social History of Housing in America. New York: Pantheon Books, 1981.
Wyman, Donald. The Arboretum Garden Book. New York: D. Van Nostrand Co., 1954.
Zaitzevsky, Cynthia. Frederick Law Olmsted and the Boston Park System. Cambridge: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1982.

Articles in Books and Periodicals

Reports
Adams, William Howard. “Breaking New Ground: Twentieth-Century American

Gardens.” Keeping Eden: A History of Gardening in America, Walter T.

Punch, ed. Boston: Bulfinch Press 1992, 63-79.
Anderson, Phyllis. “Sargent, Charles Sprague.” Pioneers of American Landscape

Design, Charles A. Birnbaum and Robin Karson, eds.
______. “‘If Washington Were Here Himself, He Would Be on My Side’: Charles

Sprague Sargent and the Preservation of Mount Vernon.” Design with Culture.

Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2005.
Andrews, Robert Day. “ “ . Architectural Review. November 1917. P??
Baxter, Sylvester. “How Boston has Systematized its Parks.” Century Magazine.

May 1897, 952-954.


Beecher, Catherine. “How to Redeem Woman’s Profession from Dishonor.” Harper’s

Magazine. November 1865, PP?
Boston Landmarks Commission. “The Lewis-Dawson Farmhouse at the Arnold

Arboretum: Study Report As Amended, 6/26/07.


[Brookline] Chronicle. “New Longwood Station.” 28 August 1886. P?
______. 16 August 1879. P?
______. “The Brookline Club.” 2 March 1889, 66.
______. ?? 21 November 1891. P?
______. ?? 28 November 1891, P?
______. “New High School Building.” 14 October 1893, P?
______. “Proposed New High School Building.” 20 January 1894, P?
______. “A Longwood Mansion.” 29 November 1902. P?
______. “George Wightman Dies in Brookline.” 20 April 1937. P?

Brookline Park Commissioners Reports:


“Report of the Park Commissioners.” Reports of the Town Officers of Brookline, Massachusetts, for the Year Ending January 31, 1884. Brookline: Chronicle Press: C.A.W. Spencer, 1884.
_______. Town Records and Reports of the Town Officers of Brookline, Massachusetts, for the year Ending January 31, 1885. Brookline: Chronicle Press, C.A.W. Spencer, 1885.
______. Town Records and Reports of the Town Officers of Brookline, Massachusetts, for the year Ending January 31, 1886. Brookline: Chronicle Press: C.A.W. Spencer, 1886.
______. Town Records and Reports of the Town Officers of Brookline, Massachusetts, for the Year Ending January 31, 1887. Boston, Franklin Press, 1887.

______. Town Records and Reports of the Town Officers of Brookline, Massachusetts, for the Year Ending January 31, 1888. Brookline: Chronicle Press: C.A.W. Spencer, 1889.


Olmsted, F.L., and Francis W. Lawrence, Esq. “Report of the Park Commissioners.” Records and Reports of the Town Officers of Brookline, Massachusetts, for the Year Ending January 31, 1890. Brookline: C.A.W. Spencer, 1890.
______. Town Records and Reports of the Town Officers of Brookline, Massachusetts, for the Year Ending January 31, 1891. Boston: Cashman, Keating, & Co., 1891.
______. Town Records and Reports of the Town of Brookline, Massachusetts, for the Year Ending January 31, 1892. Brookline: Chronicle Press, C.A.W. Spencer, 1892.
______. “Report of the Engineer.” Town Records and Reports of Brookline, Massachusetts, for the Year Ending January 31, 1893. Brookline: Chronicle Press, C.A.W. Spencer, 1893.
“Park Commissioners Report.” 222d Annual Report of the Town Officers of Brookline, Massachusetts and the Town Records for the Year Ending in December 31, 1927. Newton: Garden Press, Inc., 1928.
Hubbard, Paul M., and Richard C. Floyd. “Report of the Park Commissioners.”

222d Annual Report of the Town Officers of Brookline, Massachusetts and the Town Records for the Year Ending December 31, 1927. Newton: Garden City Press, Inc., 1927.
Brown, Robert F. “The Aesthetic Transformation of an Industrial Community.” Winterthur Portfolio month/season 1977, pages 35-64?
Chamberlain, Allen. “Fifty Years of Fighting for Forests.” Boston Evening Transcript. December 1921.
Chewning, J.A. “William Robert Ware at MIT and Columbia.” Journal of Architectural Education. November 1979, 25-29.
Chvany, Peter J. “E.H. Wilson, Photographer.” Arnoldia. September 1976, 181-236.
Cromley, Elizabeth. “Riverside Park and Issues of Historic Preservation.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians. October 1984, 238-249.
Cushing, Elizabeth Hope. “Endicott House, Dedham, Massachusetts: A Cultural Landscape History Report.” Richard Burke Associates, Inc., 2003.
“Dry Goods Establishment of R.H. White, Boston, Mass.” American Architect and Building News. May 1877, PP?
Farrand, Beatrix. “Beatrix Farrand, 1872-1959.” Reef Point Bulletin I, n.d.
Floyd, Margaret Henderson. “H.H. Richardson, F.L. Olmsted and the House of Robert Treat Paine.” Winterthur Portfolio. Winter 1983, 227-248.
Forbes, J.D. “Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott: An Introduction.” Journal of The Society of Architectural Historians. Autumn, 1958, 19-31.
Freiberg, Gary et al. Olmsted’s Park System as Vehicle in Boston. Cambridge: Harvard University.
Gardener, William. “E.H. Wilson’s First Trip to China.” Arnoldia. My 1972, 103-155.
Geary, Sheila Connor and B. June Hutchinson. “Mr. Dawson, Plantsman.” Arnoldia. March 1980, 51-75.
Griswold, Mac and Eleanor Weller. The Golden Age of American Gardens. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1988.
Hayward, Allyson M. “Private Pleasures Derived From Tradition: The Hunnewell Estates Historic District.” Arnoldia, Vol. 64, no.4, 2006, 29-38.
Heckscher, Morrison. “Creating Central Park.” Metropolitan Art Museum Bulletin. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, Winter, 2008.
Holden, Wheaton. “The Peabody Touch: Peabody and Stearns of Boston, 1870-1917.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians. May 1973, 115-116.
“Holm Lea, Brookline, Saturday June 6, 1908. Charity Bazaar.”
Homolka, Larry J. “Richardson’s North Easton.” Architectural Forum. May 1966, 72-77.
Howard, Richard A. “E.H. Wilson as a Botanist I.” Arnoldia. May 1980, 102-138.
______. “E.H. Wilson as a Botanist II.” Arnoldia. July 1980, 154-193.
“Ignatius Sargent.” Gardener’s Monthly and Horticulturist. October 1884,

318-319.
Karr, Ronald Dale. “Brookline: the Evolution of an Elite Suburb.” Chicago History. Summer 1984, 36-47.


Keeling, Waverly. “Home of Frederick Law Olmsted, Landscape Artist of the World’s Fair.” Chicago Inter-Ocean, 1896. Clipping in the Brookline Public Library.
Kimball, Theodora. “Landscape Gardening in 1857.” Landscape Architecture. January 1922, 99-106.
Kowsky, Francis R. “The William Dorsheimer House: A Reflection of French Suburban Architecture in the Early Work of H.H. Richardson.” Art

Bulletin, March 1980, PP?.
Leet, Judith. The Hunnewell Pinetum: a Longstanding Family Tradition.” Arnoldia. Fall 1990, 32-40.
Low, Mrs. Edward Gilchrist. “The Founding of the Tree Museum in Bussey Park.” Arnoldia, Vol. 64, no.1, 2006, 10-11.
Lowell, Amy. “‘Sevenels,’ Brookline, Massachusetts.” Florence Ayscough & Amy Lowell Correspondence of a Friendship. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1945, 247-250.
Lowell, Guy., ed. American Gardens. Boston: Bates & Guild Co., 1902.
Lowell, Percival. “Augustus Lowell.” Journal of the Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1901.
McFarland, J. Horace. “The Man Who is Making a Tree Garden to Last a Thousand Years—and His Home.” The Independent, May 1914, n.p.
Miller, Wilhelm. “The Sargent Home Near Boston.” Country Life in America. March, 1903, 199-208.
______. “Holm Lea.” Gardening. November 1904, 49-52.
Molloy, Mary Alice. “Richardson’s Web: A Client’s Assessment of the Architect’s Home and Studio.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians. March,1995, 8-23.
Muir, John. “Sargent’s Silva.” Atlantic Monthly. July 1903, 9-22.
O’Gorman, James F. “On Vacation with H.H. Richardson: Ten Letters from Europe, 1882.” Archives of American Art Journal. M? Season? 1979, 2-14.
Ochsner, Jeffrey Karl. “Architecture for the Boston and Albany Railroad: 1881-1894.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians. June 1988,

109-131.
Peabody, Robert S. “A Talk About ‘Queen Anne.’” American Architect and Building News. 28 April 1877, 133-134.


Pond, Bremer W. “Fifty Years in Retrospect: A Brief Account of the Origin and Development of the ASLA.” Landscape Archictecture. January 1950, 59-66.
Potter, Mary Sargent. “Holm Lea—A Pioneer American Garden.” Countryside Magazine, December 1916, 269,304.
______. “Silhouettes: My Mother - My Father.” Spur Magazine. n.d., 3-8.
Proceedings of the Brookline Historical Society for 1926. Brookline: Brookline Historical Society, 1927.
Punch, Walter T. “The Garden Organized: The Public Face of Horticulture.” Keeping Eden: A History of Gardening in America. Walter T. Punch, ed. Boston: Little Brown and Co., 1992.
Rader, Benjamin G. “The Quest for Subcommunities and the Rise of American Sport. American Quarterly. Fall 1977, 355-???
Reed, Roger. Building Victorian Boston: The Architecture of Gridley J.F. Bryant. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2007.
Rehder, Alfred. “Charles Sprague Sargent.” Journal of the Arnold Arboretum. 1927, 69-86.
Robbins, M.C. “New England Parks. Arnold Arboretum.” Garden and Forest. 20 January 1892, 27-29.
_______. “A Tree Museum.” Century Magazine. April 1893, 876-878.
Robinson, Charles Mulford. “The Railroad Beautiful.” House and Garden. 2 November 1892, PP?
Rosenzweig, Roy, and Elizabeth Blackmar. The Park and the People: A History of Central Park. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1992.
Rybczynski, Witold. A Clearing in the Distance. New York: Scribner, 1999.
Sargent, Charles Sprague. “Prospect Park.” Garden and Forest. 4 July 1888, 217-218,
______. “Notes on the Conifers and Rhododendrons at Wellesley, Massachusetts.” Boston: DeVinne Press, 1905.
______. “A Garden of Trees.” Youth’s Companion. 15 March 1917, 147.
______. “The Arnold Arboretum: What It Is and What It Does.” Garden Magazine. November 1917, 3-8.
______. “The Firsts Fifty Years of the Arnold Arboretum.” Journal of the Arnold Arboretum. January 1923, 127-171.
______. “David Sears, Tree Planter.” Horticulture. 15 April 1925, 164-165.
______. “Beech-trees.” Bulletin of Popular Information, Arnold Arboretum, Harvard University, 2 July 1925, 49-52.
______. “The Greatest Garden in America.” Home Acres. February 1927, 95, 122.

Schuyler, David. “Frederick Law Olmsted’s Riverside Drive,” Planning History Present, Month/season (1993).PP?


Shaler, N.S. “Landscape As a Means of Culture.” Atlantic Monthly. December 1898, 777-785.
Spingarn, J.E. “Henry Winthrop Sargent and the Landscape Tradition at Wodenethe.” Landscape Architecture. October 1938, 24-39.
Spongberg, Stephen A. “C.S. Sargent: See the Forest and the Trees.” Orion Nature Quarterly. Autumn 1984, 5-11.
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Thornton, Tamara Plakin. “Horticulture and American Character.” Keeping Eden: A History of Gardening in America, Walter T. Punch ed. Boston: Little Brown and Co., 1992.


Trelease, William. “Biographical Memoir of Charles Sprague Sargent.” National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Biographical Memoirs, 128, 247-270.
Twentieth Annual Report of the Free Hospital for Women, 1894-95. Boston:

Washington Press, 1895.


Van Rensselaer, Mariana Griswold. “A Suburban Country Home.” Century Magazine. May 1897, 3-17.
______. “Frederick Law Olmsted.” Century Magazine. October 1893, 860-867.
W.L. “Mary Robeson Sargent.” Boston Evening Transcript. 20 August 1919. Clipping file, Harvard University Archives, n.p.
Wakefield, F. Manton. “Suburban Homes.” The Brookline Magazine. Brookline: Riverdale Press, 1897. PP? Brookline Historical Commission.
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Whitehill, Walter Muir. “Father of the Arboretum.” Sunday Herald Traveler. 6 December 1970, 2.
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Wilder, Marshall Pinckney. “The Horticulture of Boston and Vicinity.” The

Memorial History of Boston Including Suffolk County, Massachusetts, 1630-1880. Boston James G. Osgood and Co., 1881, 607-640.
“Will Develop Sargent Estate So as to Preserve Its Beauty.” Boston Evening Transcript. 3 December 1927, ???

Wilson, Earnest H. “Charles Sprague Sargent.” Harvard Graduates Magazine. June 1927, 627-638.


______. “America in the World of Gardens.” House and Garden. March 1928, 82,182.

Wilson, Mary Jane. “Benjamin Bussey, Woodland Hill, and the Creation of the Arnold Arboretum.” Arnoldia. Vol. 64, no.1, 2006, 1-9.


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Zaitzevsky, Cynthia. “The Olmsted Firm and the Structures of the Boston Park System.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, May 1973, 167-174.
______. “Frederick Law Olmsted in Brookline: A Preliminary Study of His

Public Projects.” Proceedings of the Brookline Historical Society for 1975-1978. Brookline: Brookline Historical Society, 1979, 42-65.


______. Fairsted: A Cultural Landscape History Report for the Frederick Law Olmsted Site, Vol. I: Site History. Boston: National Park Service and Arnold Arboretum, Harvard University, 1997.
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Primary Sources and Unpublished Materials

Benka, Carla. Green Hill area form, Massachusetts Historical Commission, 1983.


Collins, Hazel G. “Landscape Gardening in Brookline.” Unpublished manuscript, 1903.

Brookline Public Library.


Cornille, Mary L. “Isabella Stewart Gardner as Landscape Gardener.” Master’s

thesis, Boston University, 1985.


Everett, William Abbot. “Harvardiana, Volume II, The College 1793-1815.
Geary, Sheila Connor and B. June Hutchinson. “The Original Design and Permanent

Arrangement of the Arnold Arboretum as Determined by FLO and CSS: A

Chronology.” August 1979; revised April 1981.
Hammond, Charles. “‘Where the Arts and Virtues United:’ Country Life Near Boston,

1637-1864.” Ph.D. diss., Boston University, 1982.


Hardwicke, Greer. “Town Houses and the Culture of Recall: Public Buildings and

Civic Values in Massachusetts and the Architectural Firm of Kilham, Hopkins

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Women, Massachusetts Historical Commission, 1995.


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University, 1981.
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Letters and Memoranda

Andrews, Jaques and Rantoul to Olmsted, Olmsted and Eliot. 18 September 1895.

Olmsted Associates Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.
J.P. Dawson, Report of Visit, Brookline High School. 3 June 1938. Olmsted Associates

Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.


Cora Codman Ely, telephone message, 11May 1927. Olmsted Associates Papers,

Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.


Mrs. Alan Cunningham, telephone message, 28 September 1934. Olmsted Associates

Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.


Henry Gallagher, report of visit to Mrs. Ely, 12 May 1927. Olmsted Associates Papers,

Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.


G.E. Harney to F.L. Olmsted. 16th, 188?. Olmsted Associates Papers, Manuscript

Division, Library of Congress.


Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr., memo to file, 25 October 1906. Olmsted Associates Papers,

Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.

______. To Cora Codman Ely, 16 May 1927. Olmsted Associates Papers, Manuscript

Division, Library of Congress.


F.L. Olmsted to Shepley, Rutan, and Coolidge. 15 October1891. Olmsted Associates

Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.


J.C. Olmsted, memo to file, 10 January 1894. Olmsted Associates Papers, Manuscript

Division, Library of Congress.


______., memo to file, 7 June 1896. Olmsted Associates Papers, Manuscript Division,

Library of Congress.


______., memo to file, 27 June 1898. Olmsted Associates Papers, Manuscript

Division, Library of Congress.


______., ? 17 February 1904. Olmsted Associates Papers, Manuscript Division,

Library of Congress.


______., memo to file, 6 January 1905. Olmsted Associates Papers, Manuscript

Division, Library of Congress.


Olmsted, Olmsted and Eliot to Moses Williams. 1 February 1894. Olmsted Associates

Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.


Olmsted, Olmsted and Eliot to George F. Clarke. 14 September 1895. Olmsted

Associates Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.


Olmsted, Olmsted and Eliot to William H. Lincoln. 19 August 1895. Olmsted

Associates Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.


Olmsted Associates to Francis J. Oakes, Jr.. 16 September 1938. Olmsted Associates Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.
Parish Clerk to Olmsted Brothers, 24 April 1907. Olmsted Associates Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.
Mr. Prouty to Mr. Whiting, telephone message, 6 October 1936. Olmsted Associates Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.
Mrs. Schlesinger to F.L. Olmsted, “Nahant, Sunday, n.d. Olmsted Associates Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.
George F. Shepley to C.A. Coolidge. 19 December 1886. Frederick Law Olmsted Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.
Miss Julia H. Shepley to Mrs. L. Smith Larkin. 29 January 1880. Frederick Law Olmsted Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.
A.A. Shurtleff to file, 28 October 1902. Olmsted Associates Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.
______. to file, 4 November 1902. Olmsted Associates Papers, Manuscript

Division, Library of Congress.


E.C. Whiting, Report of Conference, 27, 28 August 1928. Olmsted Associates Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.
______. To Sewell Cutler, 1 February 1929. Olmsted Associates Papers,

Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.


A.P. Wyman, memo to file, 9 April 1901. Olmsted Associates Papers, Manuscript

Division, Library of Congress.








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