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Waugh, Frank A. (Frank Albert), 1869-1943

Frank A. Waugh Papers, 1896-1983.


Call no.: FS 088

Born in Wisconsin but raised and educated in Kansas, Frank Waugh got his first teaching job at Oklahoma State University. He went on to teach at the University of Vermont and finally settled down in Amherst, as a professor at Massachusetts Agricultural College. While at Mass Aggie, he became well know for establishing the second landscape gardening department in the country, later the department of landscape architecture. At a time when the field of landscape architecture was still taking root, Waugh’s influence was significant in shaping the profession. His contributions include numerous articles and books, the designs he planned and implemented, and the many students he taught and mentored. A natural offshoot of his work as a landscape architect, Waugh pursued other artistic avenues as well, most notably photography and etching. He served at MAC, later Massachusetts State College, for nearly forty years before retiring in 1939.

The collection includes an extensive representation of Waugh’s published articles along with biographical materials. The centerpiece, however, is the large number of photographs, lantern slides, and etchings. While his publications reveal the mind of a pioneer in his field, together these images portray the heart and soul of Waugh as an artist.

Background on Frank A. Waugh

Frank Albert Waugh began his study of the American landscape at Sheboyan Falls, Wisconsin on July 8, 1869. His father, Albert Freeman Waugh, was from ancestors who settled in the Litchfield Hills of northwestern Connecticut. His mother, Madeline Biehler, was a native of Alsace and was of German Parentage.

When Frank was two-and-a-half years of age his family moved to Kansas where they took up a farm of 640 acres in McPherson County near the geographical center of the state. One may well imagine that his boyhood activities were largely involved with the growing of wheat, the tending of livestock and riding the range on his favorite pony.

At seventeen years of age, he entered the Kansas State College at Manhattan on September 8, 1886. He was graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Science on June 10, 1891, having withdrawn from registration for the scholastic year 1888-1889 in order to earn funds for further study. This he did by teaching a country school and serving as teamster and man of general utility in the Horticultural department of the college under Professor E.A. Popenoe.

His interest in matters extra-curricular is shown by his having joined with others in 1891 to form a college band, in which he played the B-flat flute. This band he led for one year. For a year or two after graduation the young man was engaged in editorial work for newspapers or other periodicals in Topeka, Helena, and Denver.

On September 14, 1893, Frank A. Waugh and Alice Vail were married. They went to Oklahoma, where for two years he taught horticultural subjects in the State Agricultural and Mechanical College and was active in the work and publications of the Experiment Station preparing and issuing four Experiment Station bulletins.

In the fall of 1895 he was called to the State Agricultural College of the University of Vermont, where he served as Professor of Horticulture and Station Horticulturist for seven years during which time he issued eleven Station Bulletins, contributed to six Station reports, and started the State Horticultural Society on its way.

Professor Waugh became a member of the Faculty of the Massachusetts Agricultural College in the summer of 1902. During that time he established the Department of Landscape Gardening–later renamed Landscape Architecture–and his teaching, while not confined to that subject, was largely devoted to it and closely related fields. The instruction in landscape work in that first year of 1902-1903 was given in the second floor of the Old Botanical Laboratory. Increasing interest in the new work as well as similar developments in other departments of the Division necessitated more laboratories and classrooms and in 1905 a new Horticultural Building, named Wilder Hall for a noted amateur horticulturist of Dorchester, on the of the first trustees of the college, was built from plans developed under the advice and suggestion of Professor Waugh.

For many years Waugh was the Head of the Division of Horticulture as well as of the Department of Landscape Architecture and in that capacity exerted a decided influence upon a considerable portion of college development and instruction. He inaugurated a series of exchange lectures in horticulture with other colleges of similar character and acted as representative for Mass Aggie on several such occasions. He was largely responsible for the conception and development of the college’s Horticulture Show which significant public notice to the institution.

As Head of the Division, he introduced the plan of subdividing the instruction into definite departments with instructors devoting their entire time to special subjects such as floriculture, pomology and other branches of horticultural science. This marked a notable step in advance of anything which had previously been done in similar divisions elsewhere. In developing his department, Waugh was introduced several new activities or opportunities for study. He established a course of study that lead to a Master’s degree in landscape architecture as well as a course which, by a fifth year of work after graduation, led to the degree of Bachelor of Landscape Architecture. Extension work in landscape architecture was carried on in connection with the department for several years and numerous bulletins were issued.

For many years Waugh was in charge of the design and maintenance of the campus. In 1911 he collected into a single volume the several studies and reports which had been made by various authorities, including the recommendations of Frederick Law Olmstead and Warren H. Manning, regarding the development of the campus and prepared a plan making suggestions for future development.

One of Waugh’s most successful innovations was a series of art shows held each year. These naturally illustrated some special form of phase of are and were for the most pictorial, though occasionally textiles or other objects were shown. An especially interesting and successful exhibit each year was one he called “the family show” consisting of pictures or other works of art produced by members of faculty families, graduates or students. He frequently contributed his own work to these shows. An expert with the camera, he made a very considerable number of fine portrait photographs of faculty members, townspeople and visitors of note. Later he became more interested in etching and produced many landscapes and tree portraits in the medium.

In addition to his work at the college, Waugh was engaged in numerous outside activities. For years he gave frequent lectures before women’s clubs and other organizations. He was commissioned and produced profession designs, in particular a master plan prepared in 1914 for the development of the Kansas State College over the next fifty years.

In the summer of 1923 Waugh gave a course in landscape architecture and design in the University of California in Los Angeles, and in 1929 he gave a similar course at Dartmouth College. For several summers he made careful inspections of National Forest holdings for the Forest Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and prepared plans or made reports for the development of recreational areas therein. He served as one of the Trustees of Public Reservations for the commonwealth and on the local Town Planning Board. Additionally, Waugh was a member of several professional or scientific societies among which are the American Society of Landscape Architecture, the American Pomological Society, the American Civic Association and the Patrons of Husbandry.

Waugh traveled extensively in the United States, made several trips to Europe, and in 1932 spent a half-year’s sabbatical leave visiting Japan and China. With his other activities he has found time to take post-graduate work at a number of other institutions including Cornell and his own alma mater, Kansas State, from which he received the degree of Master of Science on June 13, 1894. In Germany he took special course in landscape design in the Gaertnerlehranstalt zu Dahlem under Wille Lange, and in the summer of 1937 studied in the Ecole des Beuax Arts at Fontainebleau, France. On June 18, 1933 Kansas State conferred on him the degree of Doctor of Science. The University of Vermont a few years later conferred on him the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters.

Waugh was a fertile write, both of short articles for numerous periodicals and of books on many varied subjects running well up to 30 volumes. A select list of titles include: Landscape gardening (1898), Plums and Plum Culture (1899), Systematic Pomology (1903), The American Apple Orchard (1908), The Landscape Beautiful (1910), Rural Improvement (1914), The Agricultural College (1916), Outdoor Theaters (1917), and The Natural Style in Landscape Gardening (1917). He also edited editions of several older works and contributed substantially to some other authors.

He and his wife, Alice, had two daughters and four sons: Dorothy, Esther, Dan, Frederick, Albert, and Sidney. Frank A. Waugh died East Chester Bronxville, New York on March 20, 1943 at the age of 73. Waugh is buried in Wildwood Cemetery in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Biographical sketch from Arthur K. Harrison’s 1939 tribute to Waugh at the time of his retirement from Massachusetts State College.

Contents of Collection

The bulk of the collection consists of an extensive representation of the many articles and books Waugh published. Rounding out these written works are materials that document Waugh’s contributions to the Massachusetts Agricultural College, later Massachusetts State College, as well as to profession at large through corresppondence, a report to the trustees, meeting minutes, and lectures.

If the collection is measured by sheer artistic heft alone, then the weight of the collection lies in Waugh’s photographs and etchings. Photographic prints range from portraits of Mass Aggie faculty and distiguished guests to laborers and carpenters. A series of photographs capture the R.S. Moore Estates in Menlo Park California and scenes from Japan among numerous other locations. The nearly 1,000 color lantern slides, however, reveal Waugh’s sensitivity to nature and the landscape around him. In them, he captured fields, animals, cultivated gardens, wild flowers, and trees in their natural settings.

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Series Descriptions
1881-1993

An assortment of general materials relating to Frank Waugh ranging from biographical information and newsclippings to lists of his etchings, writings and photographs. Also included are a few items that document his contributions to the college and to his profession, such as review and synopses of lectures, correspondence, reports and minutes, and student work.

1894-1945 boxes

The bulk of the collection, publications consist of many of the numerous articles and books by Waugh. These writings range from outlines of his lectures to his published works, including the many articles published in Bulletins for Massachusetts Agricultural College and the University of Vermont. Waugh also wrote for more widespread publications such as The Photo-Miniature, The American City and Country Gentlemen.

1905-1942 boxes

Photographs feature portraits of faculty and distinguished guests visiting Amherst as well as portraits of laborers, carpenters, and painters. Landscapes range from barns and maple sugar houses to two larger studies of Japanese architecture the estate of R.S. Moore in Menlo Park, California.

1936-1943 boxes

Etchings include subjects such as individual trees, groups of trees, bridges, landscapes of hills, brooks and seashores, countries Waugh visited, and old mills.

1909-1936 boxes

Waugh’s collection of lantern slides portray scenes familiar to New England including native vegetation, landscape of public New England grounds such as cemeteries and town centers complete with their churches, and his travels featuring locations in the U.S. that portray the structures and vegetation specific to various regions, such as coconut groves in Florida and stucco residences in the West. National Parks such as the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Bryce and the Kansas Sandhills are also notable sites Waugh chose to photograph. Abroad he traveled around Europe, particularly the English countryside, as well as visiting Japan and noting it’s unique history of cities and gardens. Grand waterfalls around New England and particular landscape scenes of local mountains such as Mt. Toby, Mt. Tom, Mt. Sugarloaf and Mt. Graylock also represent the beauty of the natural world in Waugh’s own backyard. Waugh did not forget this and photographed numerous scenes of people enjoying the natural landscape in the woods around New England.

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Inventory of Collection
1881-1993
Additional Materials undated Box 1: 1
Agricultural Instruction for Families Act 1914 Box 1: 2
Biographical Material 1963-1982 Box 1: 3
Blundell, Lyle L., History of Department of Landscape Architecture, University of Massachusetts, 1868-1959 1959 Box 34: 1
Chamberlain, W.I., Dr.: Apples in New England 1911 Box 1: 4
Check List of Descriptive Data on the Landscape of a Region undated Box 1: 5
Calendar (Etchings line drawings) 1941 Box 1: 6
Clark, Robert, Oral history about Waugh 2003 Box 34: 2

Interviewer: Julius Fabos.

Committee on National Parks and Forests, ASLA Papers 1933 Box 1: 7
Correspondence 1903-1934 Box 1: 8
Correspondence 1980- 2008 Box 1: 9
Draper, James: Memorial Exercises undated Box 1: 10
Evolution by Others undated Box 1: 11
Farmstead Planning 1936 Box 1: 12
Flyer undated Box 1: 13
Greeting Cards 1921-1935 Box 1: 14
Grese, Robert E.: Design with the Native Landscape (1880-1940) undated Box 1: 15
History of Campus Landscape, University of Massachusetts at Amherst 1978 Box 34: 3
History of Cthe Department of Landscape Architecture & Regional Planning, University of Massachusetts at Amherst ca. 1971 Box 34: 4
Home Grounds of Mr. Frank A. Waugh, Mass Agri. College, Amherst, Mass. 1925 Map Case 4: Drawer 6
Larson, Joseph S., Waugh Arboretum 2009 Box 34: 5
Lectures (newsclippings, synopses) 1904-1921 Box 1: 16
Lists of Etchings undated Box 1: 17
Lists of Photographs 1976-1981 Box 1: 18
Lists of Writings 1920-1981 Box 1: 19
Lists of Writings 1988 Box 1: 20
Meeting Minutes, The Boston Society of Landscape Architects ca.1915 Box 1: 21
Military Documents 1919- 1920 Box 1: 22
New England Town Common Plans, made by MAC landscape gardening class under FAW direction 1914 Box 1: 23
Newsclippings (general) 1921-1980 Box 1: 24
Notices and Reviews of Waugh’s Books 1921 Box 1: 25
Obituaries 1943 Box 1: 24-26
Photograph Album: Frank A Waugh 1927 Box 31

“Presented to Frank A. Waugh by his Fellow Workers in the Divison of Horticulture of the Massachusetts Agricultural College in the completion of his 25th year of service.”

Photograph Exhibitions (Newsclippings, Pamphlets, Invitations) 1914-1922 Box 1: 27
“Plum Leaves”, Illustrations and Graphics, Univ. of Vermont ca.1900 Box 1: 28
Presenting Nature: The Historic Landscape Design of the National Park Service – 1916 to 1942 1993 Box 1: 29
Recreational Resources Study – Outline undated Box 2: 1
References to Modifications of Plants by Climate from A.A. Crozier undated Box 2: 2
Report to Trustees, Division of Horticulture 1928 Box 2: 3
Resume of Ch. Contejean, “Influence du Terrain sur la Vegetation” 1881 Box 2: 4
Retirement 1939 Box 2: 5
Review of Others Books 1917 Box 2: 6
“Roses in Rose Garden” listed by Theodore Wirth 1914 Box 2: 7
Statement of Principles 1915 Box 2: 8
Student Supplies: Report, Department of Landscape Architecture undated Box 2: 9
Thayer, Clark: Waugh Tribute undated Box 2: 10
Tribute Dinners 1927-1939 Box 2: 11
Univ. of Missouri Salary List 1914 Box 2: 12
Whitcomb House Land. Arch. Plans by Dorothy Waugh with F. A. Waugh consulting 1925 Box 2: 13
Wilson, E.H., Memorandum undated Box 2: 14
Worthley, H.N., Squash Bug Study 1923- 1924 Box 2: 15
1894-1945
Preliminary Study of the Grounds of the Oklahoma A&M College and Experiment Station, Stillwater, Oklahoma 1894 Box 2: 16
Apple Growing in Grand Isle County, Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station 1896 Box 2: 17
Houseplants and How to Grow Them, A.W. Perkins & Co. 1896 Box 2: 18
Is it the Inheritance of an Acquired Character? ca.1896 Box 2: 19
Salad Plants and Plant Salads, Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 54, Nov. 1896 Box 2: 20
Some Causes Which Affect Productiveness, Kansas Farmer, July 30 1896 Box 2: 21
Some Phases of Weed Evolution, Lecture 1896 Box 2: 22
Definiteness of Variation and Its Significance in Taxonomy, condensed from and address before Vermont Botanical Club, Feb. 6 1897 Box 2: 23
Horticultural Nomenclature, American Gardening 1898 Box 2: 24
Conspectus of Genus Lilium, University of Chicago Press 1899 Box 2: 25
Apples of the Fameuse Type, Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin83, December 1900 Box 2: 26
Report of the Horticulturist, 13th Annual Report of the Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 83, December 1900 Box 2: 27
Thremmatology Lectures, #1-7(see also 1907) ca.1900 Box 2: 28
Thremmatology Lectures, #8- 14 ca.1900 Box 2: 29
Thremmatology Lecutres, #15-20 ca.1900 Box 2: 30
Gum-Bichromate Printing, The Photo- Miniature, Vol II, no.22 1901 Jan Box 2: 31
Landscape Photography, The Photo-Miniature, Vol.III, no.25 1901 Apr Box 3: 1
Plums and Plum Culture, Orange Judd Co. 1901 Box 3: 2
Report of the Horticulturist, 15th Annual Report of the Vermont Experiment Station 1901-1902 Box 3: 3
Our Agricultural Advance, 50th Annual Report of the Secretary of the Massachusetts State Board of Agriculture 1902 Box 3: 4
Fruit Harvesting, Storing, Marketing 1903 Box 3: 5
Fruits for the Home Garden: Varieties and Culture, Board of Agriculture Bulletin 1903 Box 3: 6
Systematic Pomology, New York: Orange Judd 1903 Box 3: 7
Systematic Pomology, New York: Orange Judd 1903 Box 4: 1
A Farm Woodlot, Massachusetts Agricultural College Hatch Experiment Station Bulletin 97, May 1904 Box 4: 2
Fungicides, Insecticides, Spraying Calendar, MAC Hatch Experiment Station, Bulletin 96, May 1904 Box 4: 3
The Graft Union, MAC Hatch Experiment Station, Technical Bulletin No. 2, Oct. 1904 Box 4: 4
Harvesting and Marketing Apples, 52nd Annual Report of the Secretary of the Massachusetts State Board of Agriculture 1904 Box 4: 5
Dwarf Fruit Trees- Lecture, Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Part 1 1905 Box 4: 6
Landscape Gardening, New York: Orange Judd 1905 Box 4: 7
Packing and Marketing Fruits, The Fruit Grower Co. 1905 Box 4: 8
Some Recent and Important Changes in the Business of Fruit Growing 1905 Box 4: 9
Dwarf Fruit Trees: Their Propagation, Pruning, and General Management, Adapted to the U.S. and Canada, NY Judd 1906 Box 4: 10
Peach Culture, 54th Annual Report of the Secretary of the Massachusetts State Board of Agriculture 1906 Box 4: 11
School Gardens as a Preparation for the College, Report of the Comm. on School Gardens and Native Plants, Massachusetts Horticultural Society 1906 Box 4: 12
Plum Culture in Massachusetts, 55th Annual Report of the Secretary of the Massachusetts State Board of Agriculture 1907 Box 4: 13
Syllabi of Lectures in Thremmatology with related materials 1907 Box 4: 14
Thremmatology Lectures: Bibliography, Reading List 1907 Box 5: 1
Thremmatology Lectures, Syllabai, Practicum, Exams 1907-1908 Box 5: 2
The American Apple Orchard, New York: Orange Judd 1908 Box 5: 3
Landscape Architects’ Reports, selected and edited by FAW 1908 Box 5: 4
Notes on the Propagation for Apples 1908 Box 5: 5
The Physiological Constant for the Germinating Stage of Cress 1908 Box 5: 6
Strawberry Culture in Massachusetts, 56th Annual Report of the Secretary of the Massachusetts State Board of Agriculture 1908 Box 5: 7
Strawberry Growing, Massachusetts Crop Report for the Month of October 1908 Box 5: 8
Variation in Peas, co-author CA. S. Pometory, Experiment Station Report 20 1908 Box 5: 9
The Landscape Beautiful, New York: Orange Judd 1910-1912 Box 5: 10
The Landscape Beautiful, New York: Orange Judd 1910-1912 Box 6: 1
Letters from Europe (to Country Gentleman) Mostly Germany 1910 Box : 2
Outdoor Theater- Dresden Pace Survey by FAW, July 7 1910 Box 6: 3
Beginners’ Guide to Fruit Growing, New York: Orange Judd (2 copies) 1911 Box 6: 4
Grounds of MAC (Studies for the Improvement of) from 1864-1911, ed. by Waugh 1911 Box 7: 1
Landscape Gardening: How to Lay Out a Garden, by Edward Hemp,ed., and rev. and adapted to North America by FAW, 4th ed., New York: John Wiley 1911 Box 7: 2
Civic Improvement, The Commonweal, Vol. I, no.3 1912 May Box 8: 1
Civic Improvement in Village and Country, Facts for Farmers, Vol.II, no.12 1912 Aug Box 8: 2
The Important Rural Question – The Problem of Marketing, Business America 1912 Oct Box 8: 3
The American Peach Orchard, New York: Orange Judd 1913 Box 8: 4
Farmers’ Calendar in The Old Farmer’s Almanack, Robert B. Thomas 1913 Box 8: 5
The Arts of Peace, The Penn State Farmer 1914 Nov Box : 6
Country School Grounds, co-author P.H. Elwood Jr., MAC Extension Service, Agricultural Ed. Circular 32 1914 Box 8: 7
How To Sell Apples, Boson Evening Transcript 1914 Feb 28 Box 8: 8
Rural Improvements (or The Country Beautiful.) 1914 Box 8: 9
Alderbrook Farm pen name-Robert Lane Wells 1915-1916 Box 8: 10
Making the Garden Habitable, Gardener’s Chronicle, vol. XIX, no. 3 1915 Box 8: 11
The Outdoor Theater: Two Lectures 1915 Box 8: 12
Rural and Suburban Railroad Station Grounds, MAC, Landscape Gardening 7. 1915 Box 32
Rural Railway Station Grounds, The American City 1915 May Box 8: 13
Studies in the Maintenance of the Grounds, Mass. Agricultural College 1915 Box 9: 1
The Agricultural College: A Study in Organization and Management and Especially in Problems of Teaching 1916 Box 9: 2
Civic Centers, MAC, Landscape Gardening 7 1916 Box 32
The Country Cross-Roads, The American City, Vol.XIV, no. 3, pp.235-6 1916 Mar Box 9: 3
Country Planning, American Civic Association, Series II, no.8 1916 Jan Box 9: 4
Practical Husbandry of Maine, Landscape Gardening Vol. VI, no. 3 1916 May Box 9: 5
Some Garden Theaters, The Architectural Review Vol. IV, no.9 1916 Sept Box 9: 6
Street and Roadside Planting, Extension Service Bulletin 1916 June Box 9: 7
The Town Common, Massachusetts Agricultural College Extension Service Bulletin No. 7 1916 Box 9: 8
Better Countryside Roads, Countryside Magazine, Vol.24, p. 123 1917 Mar Box 9: 9
Civic Improvements in City and Country 1917 Box 9: 10
The Natural Style in Landscape Gardening, Richard G. Badger Co. 1917 Box 9: 11
Outdoor Theaters: The Design, Construction, and Uses for Open-Air Auditoriums, Boston: Richard G. Badger Co., ms and published versions 1917 Box 9: 12
Recreation Uses on the national Forests, Report to the Forester, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service (see also 1931) 1917 Box 9: 13
Wild Lilacs, Horticulture 1917 Nov 10 Box 9: 14
A Camera and a Sporting Chance, Photo-Era, p. 237-239 1918 May Box 9: 15
College Teaching in Agriculture, School and Society, N7ol.VII, no.16 1918 Feb 2 Box 10: 1
Landscape Engineering in the National Forest, U.S. Dept of Agriculture 1918 Box 10: 2
A National Park Policy, The Scientific Monthly 1918 Apr Box 10: 3
Plan for the Development of the Village of Grand Canyon, Arizona, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service 1918 Box 10: 4
Recreation uses on the National Forests, U.S. Department of Agriculture 1918 Box 10: 5
The Symbolism of the Service Flag 1918 Apr 7 Box 10: 6
Technical Problems in National Park Development, The Scientific Monthly 1918 Box 10: 7
Apple Trees for 1925, Country Gentleman 1919 Box 10: 8
Country Occupations: What We Do in the Country, Country Gentleman
Unpublished manuscript.
1919 Box 10: 9
Improvements and Maintenance: A Special Study of Conditions, MAC Ground Service 1919 Box 10: 10
Occupational Therapy in Tuberculosis, ms and published versions (Scientific Monthly) 1919 May Box 10: 11
Useful Landscape Gardening on the Farm, The Farmer’s Advocate 1919 Dec 11 Box 10: 12
What We Do in the Country: Reading, Country Gentleman ca.1919 Box 10: 13
What We Do in the Country: Religion, Country Gentleman 1919 Box 10: 14
Massachusetts Agricultural College – Plans for the College Grounds 1920 Box 10: 15
Mass. Fruit Grower’s Assoca. , Inca. , Reports of Committees on Ten-year Fruit Program for Mass., ed. by Waugh 1920 Box 10: 16
The Opportunity of the Country Village, The House Beautiful 1920 Oct Box 10
: 17
The Seven Mountains of Massachusetts, Springfield Republican, 1920 Feb 1 Box 10: 18
A Side Line of Fruit How You Make it Pay on Your Farm, Farm & Fireside 1920 Jan Box 10: 19
Where Shall We Ride Today?, Springfield Republican 1920 Apr Box 10: 19
How the Country Town has Become a Better Place for a Summer Home, Boston Transcript 1920 Mar 30 Box 10: 20
Editorials- Country Gentleman 1921-1924 Box 10: 21
Editorials- Country Gentleman 1921-1924 Box 10: 22
Editorials- Country Gentleman 1921-1924 Box 10: 23
Landscape Gardening by Andrew, Jackson Downing, 10th edition, rev. by Waugh, New York: John Wiley and Sons 1921 Box 11: 1
Manuscripts Collected: Collections of Contributions to Periodicals Covering Several Years (Manuscripts of published and unpublished pieces from 1898-1921 collected in one volume) 1921 Box 12: 1
Art for All, School and Society, Vol. XV, no.382 1922 Apr 22 Box 12: 2
A Country with a Comeback, Country Gentleman 1922 July Box 12: 3
Fruit Trees Along Boundaries 1922 Box 12: 4
Keeping Apple Trees at Home 1922 Box 12: 5
The Most Unpopular Fruits 1922 Box 12: 6
Peaches: Yellow or White, Cling or Free? 1922 Box 12: 7
Petticoat Hill For Example, Appendix in 32nd Annual Report of the Trustees of Public Reservations 1922 Box 12: 8
Recreation Problems in District 4 National Forests, U.S. Forest Service, (see also 1931) 1922 Box 12: 9
Recreation Uses in Forestry, The Empire Forester, vol. VIII, No.1 1922 Box 12: 10
Textbook of landscape gardening 1922 SB 472.W7
Three Apples Beat Two Peas 1922 Box 12: 11
What is a Forest?, Journal of Forestry, Vol. XX, no. 3, 1922 Mar Box 12: 12
Why I Prefer Southern New England for Orchards 1922 Box 12: 13
Bryce Canyon National Monument and Cedar Breaks: Studies of Physical Development, Powell and Dixie National Forest, Report to Forester, U.S. Forest Service 1923 Box 12: 14
Conservation ad Absurdum, Scientific Monthly, Vol. XVII, no. 5 1923 Box 12: 15
Humanistic Technology, School and Society, Vol. XVII, no.423 1923 Box 12: 16
Little Trees for Small Grounds, Farm Home and Garden, Farm Home and Garden 1923 Box 12: 17
Photographing for Lantern Slides, Photo- Era, Vol. 51, no 5 1923 Oct Box 12: 18
Plant Notes, Florists’ Exchange 1923-1924 Box 12: 19
Recreation in the National Forests, National Municipal Review, vol XII, no.6 1923 June Box 13: 1
The Rotation of Apple Orchards 1923 Box 13: 2
Sample Cases 1923 Box 13: 3
Sod or Tillage, Country Gentleman 1923 Box 13: 4
An Apple Boom? Where?, Country Gentleman 1924 Box 13: 5
Barclay Farmstead Plan 1924 Box 13: 6
Big Fruits from Little Trees 1924 Box 13: 7
Country Planning, New York: Harcourt, Brace 1924 Box 13: 8
Grounds of Massachusetts Agricultural College: Studies in Design and Maintenance, edited with an historical survey by Waugh 1924 Box 13: 9
Home is Where the Garden Is, Ladies Home Journal 1924 Box 13: 10
How to Plant a Tree, Country Gentleman 1924 Box 13: 11
Mixed Fruit Faming, Country Gentleman 1924 Box 13: 12
Small Fruits for Small Gardens, Country Gentleman 1924 Box 13: 13
Starting Easy with Grapes 1924 Box 13: 14
Windbreaks – Why and How 1924 Box 13: 15
A Farm Vineyard, Country Gentleman 1925 Box 13: 16
Fruit Growing ( a compilation of published and unpublished mss) 1925 Box 14: 1
Indigenous Architecture, Survey Graphic 1925 Box 14: 2
The Lady Apple, Country Gentleman 1925 Box 14: 3
One Thing More 1925 Box 14: 4
Those Damson Plums, Country Gentleman 1925 Box 14: 5
Garden Irises, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Farmer’s Bulletin 1406 1926 Jan Box 14: 6
Landscape Gardening, Third Edition, New York: Orange Judd 1926 Box 14: 7
Recreation Uses in National Forests- District 7 Report (see also 1931) 1926 Box 14: 8
The Bull Session, School and Society, Vol. XXV, no. 647 1927 May 21 Box 14: 9
Formal Design in Landscape Architecture, New York Orange Judd 1927 Box 14: 10
Landscape Architecture in North America, U.S. and Canada, in Gotheim’s History of Garden Art. 1927 Box 14: 11
Landscape Architecture in North America, U.S. and Canada, in Gotheim’s History of Garden Art. 1927 Box 15: 1
Local Landscape Studies in Topography and Ecology 1927 Box 15: 2
Hardy Shrubs, New York: Orange Judd 1928 Box 15: 3
Notes on Outdoor Theaters, Landscape Architecture, vol. XVIII, no.4 1928 July Box 15: 4
Experimental Studies in tile Field of Plants Used for Landscape and Garden Planting 1929 Box 15: 5
Instruction in Landscape Gardening in American Colleges: A Review and Criticism, Proceedings of the International Congress of Plant Sciences 1929 Box 15: 6
The Amherst Poets (newsclippings) 1930 Dec 18 Box 15: 7
Everybody’s Garden, New York: Orange Judd 1930 Box 15: 8
Everybody’s Garden, New York: Orange Judd 1929- 1930 Box 16: 1
Hardy Woody Plants, Experiment Station Bulletin 267 1930 Box 16: 2
Massachusetts Agricultural College, American Landscape Architect 1930 Aug Box 16: 3
Penstemon Loco, American Forests 1930 Sept Box 16: 4
Upland Pastures (newsclippings) 1930 Dec 26 Box 16: 5
Black Hills Region South Dakota: A Study of Recreation Uses and 1931 Administration 1931 Box 16: 6
Cantaloupe a la Mode (newsclippings) 1931 July 24 Box 16: 7
Experiments with Hedges, Experiment Station Bulletin 272, March (2 copies) 1931 Box 16: 8
National Forest Reports of 1917, 1922, 1926, compiled in one volume 1931 Box 17: 1
Running Water, Landscape Architecture, vol.XXII, no. 4 1932 July Box 17: 2
The Great 5 and 10, Springfield Sunday Union and Republican 1933 Oct 1 Box 17: 3
Uncle Sam’s Big Farm Race Run Off Forty Years Ago, Springfield Sunday Union 1933 Sept 10 Box 17: 4
Guide to the Landscape: illustrations ca. 1933 Box 34: 6

“Illustrations subject to selection.” These accompanied an unpublished manuscript of Waugh’s.

Guide to the Landscape: letters and notes 1967-1970 Box 34: 7

History of the unpublished manuscript found in Wilder Hall along with Hal Mosher’s letters documenting his attempt to determine its publication status.

Guide to the Landscape: unpublished manuscript ca. 1933 Box 34: 8
Guide to the Landscape: unpublished manuscript ca. 1933 Box 34: 9
Ikabana, a gallery talk ca.1935 Box 17: 5
King’s River Canyon (Calf.), A Report of Plans for Development, also General Review Recreation Uses California Region 1935 Box 17: 6
Landscape Architecture at Massachusetts State College ca.1935 Box 17: 7
Landscape Conservation, Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Emergency Conservation Work 1935 Aug Box 17: 8
The Bulbous Iris and Its Outdoor Culture in Massachusetts, Experiment. Station Bulletin 330 1936 Apr Box 17: 9
Reconciliation of Land Uses, Journal of Land and Public Utility Economics (2 versions) 1936 Feb Box 17: 10
A Fading Remnant, Survey Graphic 1939 July Box 17: 11
Pollard Willows, Gardeners’ Chronicle of America, vol.43, no. 3 1939 Mar Box 17: 12
A Biography… 1940 Box 17: 13
Inspiration for the Landscape, Proceedings (in part), Eight Annual Outdoor Recreation Conference, Massachusetts State College 1941 Box 17: 14
Planning at. MAC/MSC, Part I: A copy of a summary of reports and plans, 1864 to 1920 by FAW, 1920., Part II: Campus Planning at MSC 1920-45 by Lyle L. Brunell 1945 Box 17: 15
Can We Sell Our Apples?, Massachusetts Horticultural Society, p. 112 undated Box 17: 16
Certain Reflections Upon the “Most Beautiful America Contest” undated Box 17: 17
Guide to the landscape undated Box 17: 18
New Highway West of Swift River… (newspaper article) undated Box 17: 19
Old Hampshire Planning Council undated Box 17: 20
On the Care and Use of Lantern Slides, Photo-Era undated Box 17: 21
Peach Growing, Massachusetts Horticulture Society undated Box 17: 22
Pruning and Care of Shrubbery, Extension Leaflet. 7 undated Box 17: 23
Pruning Cedar Hedge undated Box 17: 24
Recreational Forestry undated Box 17: 25
Studies form the Nude, country Life and the Sportsman undated Box 17: 26
1905-1942
Newton Wallace (Engineer of MAC) 1905 Box 18: 1 (1a)
Newton Wallace (Engineer of MAC) 1905 Box 18: 1 (1b)
Henry Young 1921 Box 18: 1 (2)
Michael Fenton 1925 Box 18: 1 (4)
Ralph Albert VanMeter 1926 Box 18: 1 (5)
George Frederick Pushee 1928 Box 18: 2 (7)
John Mahar 1929 Box 18: 2 (8)
Dick Mallory 1929 Box 18: 2 (9)
Unidentified portrait undated Box 18: 2 (10)
Tony Yenulis 1930 2 copies Box 18: 2 (11)
Irving L. Nowlan 1932 Box 18: 3 (12)
Dennysville, Maine (Alice Vail Waugh) 1934 Box 18: 3 (13)
Dennysville, Maine (Alice Vail Waugh) 1934 Box 18: 3 (14)
John Juckett, MAC laborer 1932 2 copies Box 18: 3 (15)
Percy Jewett, Carpenter 1941 Box 18: 3 (16)
Lester, California (Lovette, Painter) 1942 Box 18: 3 (18)
George Rouleau, laborer 1928 Box 18: 3 (19)
George Rouleau, laborer undated Box 18: 4 (20)
Mrs. Waugh/ Morning undated Box 18: 4 (26)
Prof. O. Vincent Osmum undated Box 18: 4 (28)
Prof. Harold Gore undated Box 18: 4 (32)
Prof. Harold Gore undated Box 18: 4 (33)
Prof. Charles A. Peters undated Box 18: 4 (34)
Thomas W. Smith undated Box 19: 1 (35)
Pres. Edward Lewis undated Box 19: 1 (36)
Prof. Curry Hicks undated Box 19: 1 (37)
“Mike” Fenton undated Box 19: 1 (38)
Howard Walker undated Box 19: 1 (40)
Prof. Lawrence Briggs undated Box 19: 1 (41)
William Glasgow undated Box 19: 1 (42)
Sir Chenking- Liang-Cheng, ex-Chinese Ambassador to Washington undated Box 19: 1 (43)
Sir Chenking- Liang-Cheng, ex-Chinese Ambassador to Washington undated Box 19: 2 (44a)
Sir Chenking- Liang-Cheng, ex-Chinese Ambassador to Washington with family undated Box 19: 2 (44b)
Pres. Edward M. Lewis undated Box 19: 2 (45)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 2 (46)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 2 (47)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 2 (48)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 2 (49)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 3 (50)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 3 (51)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 3 (52)
Ray Stannard Baker undated Box 19: 3 (53)
Ray Stannard Baker undated Box 19: 3 (54)
Ray Stannard Baker undated Box 19: 4 (55)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 4 (56)
Unidentified portrait (woman) undated Box 19: 4 (57)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 4 (58)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 4 (59)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 5 (60)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 5 (61)
Unidentified portrait (woman) undated Box 19: 5 (62)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 5 (63)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 5 (64)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 6 (65)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 6 (66)
Charles Alexander Eastman (Ohiyesa) undated Box 19: 6 (67)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 6 (68)
Liberty Hyde Bailey undated Box 19: 6 (69)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 6 (71)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 19: 6 (72)
Pottery undated Box 20: 1 (80)
Hillside Cabin undated Box 20: 1 (81)
Camels on railroad tracks undated Box 20: 1 (82)
Inner Harbor, Boston undated Box 20: 1 (83)
“Pattern” undated Box 20: 2 (84)
Codfish- Gloucester undated Box 20: 2 (85)
Classic Architecture (Nashville, Tenn.) undated Box 20: 2 (86)
New England Farm Group undated Box 20: 2 (87)
Waterfront home undated Box 20: 3 (88)

Photo by “Aiglon” 612 Piera Bliz. Boston

Waterfront home: Mr. Paul Waltmin, Beverly Mass. undated Box 20: 3 (89)

Photo by “Aiglon” 612 Piera Bliz. Boston

Tree-lined path (abroad?) undated Box 20: 3 (90)
Campsite undated Box 20: 3 (91)
Ivy-covered hall undated Box 20: 4 (92)
Ivy-covered hall undated Box 20: 4 (93)
Building with trees undated Box 20: 4 (94)
Stone wall undated Box 20: 4 (95)
Quaker Meeting House, Pennsylvania undated Box 20: 5 (96)
Home of Mr. Richard H. McCarthy undated Box 20: 5 (97)
Adobe House undated Box 20: 5 (98)
Adobe Garden pool undated Box 20: 5 (99)
Charles Adams Peters 1924 Box 21: 1 (3)
Marshall O. Lanphear, MAC Professor 1928 Box 21: 1 (6)
Sidney Waugh undated Box 21: 1 (21)
Robert Frost undated Box 21: 1 (22)
President Ralph Van Meter undated Box 21: 2 (23)
Prof. Henry T. Fernald undated Box 21: 2 (24)
Prof. Charles Patterson undated Box 21: 2 (25)
Mrs. Waugh, Morning undated Box 21: 2 (26)
Mr. Chapple undated Box 21: 2 (27)
Prof. Vincent Osmun undated Box 21: 3 (28)
Doca. G.E. Stone undated Box 21: 3 (29)
Prof. Frank P. Rand 1920 2 copies Box 21: 3 (30)
Harry Newton Glick undated Box 21: 3 (31)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 21: 4 (72)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 21: 4 (73)
Dorothy and Esther Waugh (daughters) undated Box 21: 4 (74)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 21: 5 (75)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 21: 5 (76)
Unidentified portrait (man) undated Box 21: 5 (77)
Unidentified portrait (man) one of his sons-Dan or Albert undated Box 21: 5 (78)
Unidentified portrait (man) William Hart undated Box 21: 5 (79)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: front drive looking toward house) 1924 Box 22: 1 (1)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: front drive with automobile and reflecting pool 1924 Box 22: 1 (2)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California :gateway to forecourt (closed front door from left) 1924 Box 22: 1(3)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: closed front door from right) 1924 Box 22: 2 (4)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: forecourt (open front door from front drive) 1924 Box 22: 2 (5)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: pool and forecourt (open front door and woman looking in reflecting pool) 1924 Box 22: 2 (6)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: courtyard with fountain and woman on balcony 1924 Box 22: 3(7)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: left side of courtyard 1924 Box 22: 3 (8)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: right side of courtyard 1924 Box 22: 3 (9)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: courtyard toward forecourt 1924 Box 22: 3 (10)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: fountain in courtyard 1924 Box 22: 4 (11)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: woman playing in fountain in courtyard 1924 Box 22: 4 (12)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: courtyard with fountain and woman in corner 1924 Box 22: 4(13)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: man and two woman posing in courtyard 1924 Box 22: 4 (14)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: woman among vegetation alongside house 1924 Box 22: 5(15)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: walled garden and lawn from patio 1924 Box 22: 5 (16)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: man and two woman in walled garden 1924 Box 22: 5(17)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: side of house from garden wall 1924 Box 22: 6 (18)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: side of house from lawn, man and woman by patio 1924 Box 22: 6 (19)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: side of house from lawn with trees 1924 Box 22: 6 (20)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: side of house with two women on patio 1924 Box 22: 7 (21)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: man woman and dogs on patio 1924 Box 22: 7 (22)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: lawn with trees and people, bordered with garden wall 1924 Box 22: 7 (23)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: woman at gateway between entrance drive and lawn 1924 Box 22: 8 (24)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: two woman standing by long rectilinear reflecting pool in garden, house in background 1924 Box 22: 8 (25)
R.S. Moore Estate, Menlo Park, California: walled rectilinear garden 1924 Box 23: 1 (26)
Trellis covered with flowering plant (Japan) undated Box 23: 1 (27)
Trellis covered with flowering plant undated Box 23: 1 (28)
Tree with exfoliating bark leaning over water in snow undated Box 23: 1 (29)
Two story building on edge of stone retaining wall bordered with water (Japan) undated Box 23: 1 (30)
Walled pond near Japanese architecture undated Box 23: 2 (31)
Decorative Japanese architecture undated Box 23: 2 (32)
Baskets in dirty stone courtyard undated Box 23: 2 (33)
Narrow street lined with buildings undated Box 23: 2 (34)
Barrel, chair, baskets and a dog beside building (Japan) undated Box 23: 2 (35)
Two story building on edge of stone retaining wall bordered with water undated Box 23: 3 (36)
Two story building on edge of stone retaining wall bordered with water undated Box 23: 3 (36b)
Japanese open-aired shop undated Box 23: 3 (37)
People on a beach with sailboats in the background undated Box 23: 3 (38)
Pots on display undated Box 23: 3 (39)
Pots on display undated Box 23: 3 (40)
Bridge over river in Japanese town undated Box 23: 4 (41)
Maple sugar house undated Box 23: 4 (42)
Maple sugar house undated Box 23: 4 (43)
Deck chair covered in snow undated Box 23: 4 (44)
Large house on hill with garden path undated Box 23: 5 (45)
Blacksmith shop, Newton, Pennsylvania 1914 Box 23: 5 (46)
Log cabin (N. California) undated Box 23: 5 (47)
Barn near Stockton, California 1935 Box 23: 5 (48)
Fresh Snow (pine needles covered in snow) undated Box 23: 5 (48b)
Underpass (cement archways) undated Box 23: 6 (49)
Forest Ranger’s Home, Ranger station, Clachauas Lake, Oregon 1929 Box 23: 6 (50)

Mt. Hood National Forest; log cabin in the woods.

Cow shed, California undated Box 23: 6 (51)
Cod fish (wooden barrels) undated Box 23: 6 (52)
Wooden barrels undated Box 23: 6 (53)
Adobe Ranch House, New Mexico undated Box 24: 1 (54)
Home of Dean Frank H. Probent undated Box 24: 1 (55)
Workman’s garden, Surrey, England undated Box 24: 1 (56)
Woman in doorway to stone bookshop undated Box 24: 1 (57)

See also glass slide #813, “Bourtu on the water” and etching “In the Cotswolds” daughter Dorothy?

Man and horses along dirt road with stone houses undated Box 24: 2 (58)
Door (man opening decorative wooden door, son, Sidney?) undated Box 24: 2 (59)
House with tall garden undated Box 24: 2 (60)
Street lined with trees and buildings undated Box 24: 2 (61)
Old stone house in rocky field undated Box 24: 3 (62)
Old Mormon Settlement, Southern Utah undated Box 24: 3 (63)
Sugar Mill, Louisiana undated Box 24: 3 (64)
Boy and Dog (boy with riffle and dog in hay field) undated Box 24: 3 (65)
Doric order columns in shadow undated Box 24: 4 (66)
Old Mission Church, New Mexico undated Box 24: 4 (67)
River bordered by tall shrubs and a house undated Box 24: 4 (68)
Akashi Castle, Japan: building on edge of a stone retaining wall with distant views undated Box 24: 4 (69)
Thatched-roofed cottage undated Box 24: 5 (70)
Two men in doorway to cathedral undated Box 24: 5 (71)
Stone doorway undated Box 24: 5 (72)
People outside of cathedral entrance undated Box 24: 5 (73)
Elderly man on stone steps undated Box 24: 6 (74)
Old Plantation House, Tennessee undated Box 24: 6 (75)
Delphiniums undated Box 24: 6 (76)
An Inner Court, Oxford undated Box 24: 6 (77)
Woman in gothic archway to courtyard (Alice Vail Waugh) undated Box 24: 7 (78)
European city plaza surrounded with stone buildings undated Box 24: 7 (79)
Cool Pocket No.2 (wooden building) undated Box 24: 7 (80)
Man with newspaper sitting at decorative stone bench undated Box 24: 7 (81)
Photograph, unprocessed undated Box 33
Photographs undated Box 34: 10
1936-1943
Study of a sewer (#185) 1941 Feb Box 25: 1

Open ditch sewer in a small town in North Carolina. The trees are Taxodiums. (etching:6 x 7 7/8, mount: 14 x 18). Gift from FAW, Sept 1941.

Fields of Hadley (#144) 1939 Dec Box 25: 1
Mockernuts, Belchertown (#101) 1938 May Box 25: 1
Maison Millet, Barbison (#8) 1937 July Box 25: 1

The old home and studio of Francois Millet, Barbizon. Plate etched at the summer school in Fontainebleau from a photograph made at the time (etching 5 x 4, mount 14 x 18). Gift from FAW July 17, 1941.

Garden at Fontainebleau (#79) 1937 Aug Box 25: 2
Lac aux Carps, Fontainebleau (#80) 1937 Aug Box 25: 2
Cottage in Volksberg (#140) 1939 Oct Box 25: 2
Roadside Pines (#175) 1940 Nov Box 25: 2

From studies made along the state road in Cotuit, Mass. (Etching 7 x 9, Mount 14 x 18). Gift from FAW Sept.1941 Roadside Pines Cotuit (See glass slide #887).

Elm of many stems (#201) 1941 Sept Box 25: 3

Photographed originally in the town of Grand Isle, Bt. An interesting ecological note. The original tree, growing in the fence-row, was cut down; from the stump several sprouts sprang up, making the framework of the present large, spreading, dignified and typical elm. (etching 6 x 6, mount 14 x 18). Gift from FAW Sept, 1941.

Mount Holyoke (#198) 1941 Aug Box 25: 3
Pine Woods in Winter (#65) 1937 Feb Box 25: 3
Tulip Trees (#214) 1942 Aug Box 25: 3
Plymouth Rock (#217) 1942 Nov Box 25: 4
Pitch Pines (#137) 1939 Sept? Box 25: 4

Pines in Falmouth, Mass. (Etching 5 x 7, Mount 14 x 18).

Matsukaze no Matsu (#109) 1938 Aug Box 25: 4

From a photograph made on Suma Bay, Japanese Inland sea, Here is where Matsukaze and Murasame in the No play boiled down their salt water. Classical Japanese story and play. (etching 7 x 5, mount 14 x 18). Gift from FAW July 17, 1941.

Scrub Oak, Dunes and Snow (#71) 1937 Apr Box 25: 4
Basswood (#213) 1942 July Box 25: 5
Moon Bridge (#218) 1942 Dec Box 25: 5
Burnham Beeches (#212) 1942 July Box 25: 5
Ullswater (#57) 1936 Dec Box 25: 5
Elms in Cambridge, England (#123) 1939 Mar Box 25: 6

From photographs and sketches made on the university grounds in 1936 (etchings 8 x 6, mount14 x 18).

Old Plum Trees, Nara, Japan(#100) 1938 May Box 25: 6
Cumberland Farm, England (#56) 1936 Box 25: 6
Apple Tree in the Meadow (#206) 1942 June Box 25: 6
In the Cotswolds ( (#95) 1938 Jan Box 25: 7

See glass slide 813 and photo, Box 24 folder 1:57) (Cotswold Corner).

Bridge at Durham (#64) 1937 Feb Box 25: 7
Pines on Cape Cod (Pitch Pines) (#137) 1939 Sept Box 25: 7
Red Pines, New Hampshire (#122) 1938 Feb Box 25: 7

Red pines growing on the south shore of Lake Spofford in New Hampshire ( etching 7 x 5, mount 14 x 18). Gift from FAW July 17, 1941.

Black Walnut (#208) 1942 July Box 25: 8
Oriental Plane Tree, France (#131) 1939 June Box 25: 8
Wethersfield Elm (#110) 1938 Aug Box 25: 8
Big Sycamore, Sunderland (#97) 1938 Box 25: 8
Barnyard oak (#193) 1941 June Box 26: 1

a grand specimen of White Oak standing in a farmyard in Grand Isle, Vt. (etching 8 x 8, mount 14 x 13).Gift from FAW September, 1941.

The Big Oak (#183) 1941 Jan Box 26: 1

A fine old oak formerly standing in South Amherst, but blown down in the 1933 hurricane. Probably swamp white oak. (etching 7 1/4 x 6, mount 14 x 13).

March (#158) 1940 June Box 26: 1
The Willow-Stump (#142) 1939 Nov Box 26: 1
Roadside Elm (#92) 1938 Jan Box 26: 2
Burnham Beeches (#53) 1936 Oct Box 26: 2
Foot Hills (#69) 1937 Mar Box 26: 2
Coronado heights, Lindsborg, Kansas (#98) 1938 Apr Box 26: 2
Fishing Village (#161) 1940 July Box 26: 3

From a drawing done in Ogunquit, Me., 1939, under direction of Charles H. Woodbury; plate etched under criticism and with help of Arthur Heintzelman, 1940. This cluster of fishermen’s shacks lies under view of Mr. Woodbury’s studio. (etching 7 x 5, mount 14 x 18). Gift of FAW July 17, 1941.

Clam Digger (#189) 1941 Box 26: 3

Seashore at Kennebunk Beach, Maine (etching 4 x 8; mount14 x 18). Gift of FAW Sept, 1941.

Passamaquoddy Bay (#200) 1941 Aug Box 26: 3
Mt. Toby (#199) 1941 Aug Box 26: 3
Pasture Brook (#124) 1939 Mar Box 26: 4
Maine Coast (#134) 1930 Aug Box 26: 4
Maine Coast (#134) 1930 Aug Box 26: 4
On the Beach (#167) 1940 Aug Box 26: 4
Quiet Pool (#190) 1941 Apr Box 26: 5

Original picture was made on “Jim River”, the little stream flowing through the western part of campus. The pair of dab-chicks swimming is a reminder from Kew gardens, England. (Etching 4 x 8, mount 14 x 18). Gift of FAW Sept, 1941.

Little Waterfall (#177) 1940 Dec Box 26: 5
Connecticut Stone Wall (#155) 1940 May Box 26: 5
Back Water (#203) 1942 Mar Box 26: 5
Palmettoes (#152) 1940 Apr Box 26: 6
Royal Palms (#151) 1940 Apr Box 26: 6
Cypress Swamp (#153) 1940 Apr Box 26: 6

Subjects found in west Florida; the present composition made up from several drawings and photographs (etching 8.5 x 6.5, mount 14 x 13). Gift from FAW, July 17, 1941.

Slopes of Mt. Warner (#184) 1941 Jan Box 26: 6

Group of gray birches by roadside in Hadley (etching 6 x 7.25, mount 14 x 18). Gift of FAW July 17 1941.

Meadow Brook (#146) 1940 Jan Box 26: 7

Mill river from a drawing made on Meadow St. North Amherst; Bull Hill in the distance. (etching 10 x 9, mount 14 x 18). Gift from FAW July 17, 1941.

Beech Woods (#141) 1939 Nov Box 26: 7
Tupelos in Winter (#73) 1937 Apr Box 26: 7
Beech and Rocks (#156) 1940 June Box 26: 7
Woodbury’s Sugar Woods (#205) 1942 May Box 26: 8
Tulip Trees (#214) 1942 Aug Box 26: 8
Tiergarten Beeches (#204) 1942 Apr Box 26: 8
White Birches (#194) 1941 June Box 26: 8
Red Alder, Oregon (#220) 1943 Jan Box 27: 1
Spruce Swamp (#168) 1940 Aug Box 27: 1

From a sketch drawn on the margin of a spruce swamp in Maine (etching 6 x 3, mount 14 x 18). Gift from FAW July 17, 1941.

Douglas Fir (#211) 1942 July Box 27: 1
Arbor Vitae by Lake Champlain (#173) 1940 Oct Box 27: 1

- A very characteristic posture of old arbor vitae trees growing on the lake shore and cut under by the spring ice drive (etching 8.5 x 6, mount 14 x 18). Gift of FAW July 17, 1941.

November Haze (#215) 1942 Sept Box 27: 2
Sugar Woods Sunderland (#67) 1937 Mar Box 27: 2
White Ash, Second State (#169b) 1940 Dec Box 27: 2
White Ash (#169b) 1940 Dec Box 27: 2
Old Apple Tree (#189) 1937 Dec Box 27: 3
White Ash (#169) 1940 Aug Box 27: 3
David Grayson’s Elm (#210) 1942 July Box 27: 3
Pollard Oaks, Epping Forest (#51) 1936 Sept Box 27: 3
Willows by the Pool (#117) 1938 Nov Box 27: 4
New London Tenements (#87) 1937 Nov Box 27: 4
Uncle Remus’s Cabin (#147) 1940 Mar Box 27: 4
Conway Bridge (#139) 1939 Oct Box 27: 4
Willow by the Bridge (#138) 1930 Oct Box 27: 5
Silvermine Bridge (#170) 1940 Sept Box 27: 5

An old bridge on the Silvermine River, Fairfield county, Conn. 5×4.

Silvermine Bridge (#171) 1940 Sept Box 27: 5

An old bridge on the Silvermine River, Fairfield county, Conn etching 6 x 3, mount 14 x 18). Gift from FAW July 17, 1941.

Bridge at Brattleboro (#127) 1939 Apr Box 27: 5
Rendezvous (#216) 1942 Oct Box 27: 6
New Hampshire Elm (#179) 1940 Dec Box 27: 6

Photographed in central New Hampshire. (etching 8 x 8, mount 14 x 18).

Zoned for Manufacturing (#93) 1938 Jan Box 27: 6
Whale Inn (#195) 1941 June Box 27: 6

Popular inn in Goshen, Mass. (etching 5 x 7, mount 14 x 18). Gift of FAW Sept, 1941.

The Old Chapel (#130) 1939 May Box 27: 7
Home Sweet Home (#116) 1938 Sept Box 27: 7
Monument to Wheat (#196) 1941 June Box : 7

Grain elevator in the very small village of Conway, Kansas, in the Kansas wheat belt. The elevator dominates the whole town and reaches high into an empty sky; all very characteristic of the country, where wheat is king (etching 8.5 x 6 .5, mount 14 x 18). Gift of FAW July 17, 1941.

Forest Ranger’s Cabin No. Carolina (#120) 1939 Jan Box 27: 7
Kansas Farm, Kansas Barnyard (#46) 1936 May Box 27: 8
The Learning Silo (#115) 1938 Sept Box 27: 8
Mill Pond at Moose’s Corners (#129) 1939 Apr Box 27: 8
Fletcher’s Grist Mill, Southwick (#81) 1937 Oct Box 27: 8
Webster’s Gristmill, Northfield (#38) 1936 Box 28: 1
Healey’s Sawmill, West Chesterfield (#107) 1938 July Box 28: 1
Fiske’s Mills, Montague (#88) 1937 Nov Box 28: 1
Sawmill, Cummington (#108) 1938 July Box 28: 1
Watson’s Mill, Moore’s Corners (#113) 1938 Aug Box 28: 2
Flagg’s Mill, Conway (#112) 1938 Aug Box 28: 2
Sanctuary’s Mill- Mill Valley (#60) 1936 Dec Box 28: 2
Bowen’s Mill (#91) 1935 Jan Box 28: 2
Mill at Cushman (#125) 1939 Mar Box 25: 3
Dan Glazier’s Mill, North Leverett (#24) 1935 Box 28: 3
Glazier’s Mill undated Box 28: 3
Whipple’s Mill, Bobbin Hollow (#132) 1939 July Box 28: 3
Abandoned Mil, Belchertown (#72) 1937 Apr Box 28: 4
Puffer’s Mill, No. Amherst (#74) 1937 Sept Box 28: 4
Guilford’s Mill, Ashfield (#83) 1937 Oct Box 28: 4
Mill at Southampton (#128) 1939 Apr Box 28: 4
Old Cider Mill, Hadley (#75) ca. 1937 Box 28: 5
Old Grist Mill, Buckland (#133) 1939 July Box 28: 5
Gurley’s Mill, Gurleyville, Conn. (#114) 1938 Sept Box 28: 5
Sawmill at Dudleyville (#58) 1936 Dec Box 28: 5
Mill at North Amherst (#86) 1937 Nov Box 28: 6
Bradford’s Mill (#111) 1938 Aug Box 28: 6
Fitt’s Mill (#85) 1937 Nov Box 28: 6
Christmas Card Etching 1936 Dec Box 28: 6
Etchings undated Box 34: 11
dates
One story stucco residential row house with foundation plantings undated Box 29
(1)
Old red auto, background mountainous desert undated Box 29
(6)
Mountain ravine- large water fall, evergreen trees undated Box 29
(7)
Adams looking past from Gray lock – green agricultural landscape undated Box 29
(8)
White stucco two- three stories residence with palm tree court yard undated Box 29
(9)
White stucco- non residence (town hall?) undated Box 29
(10)
Old wood frame school house with autos in front (black and white) undated Box 29
(11)
White stucco residence, trees and auto in background undated Box 29
(12)
Plains & foothill with telephone wire in foreground undated Box 29
(13)
Turkey Run, Indiana (state park) – log cabin in woods undated Box 29
(17)
White stucco building in filed undated Box 29
(19)
Large wooden home on a hillside plumbing with trees & shrubs undated Box 29
(22)
To illustrate paper on cemeteries by Zach (landscape winding road) undated Box 29
(31)
To illustrate paper on cemeteries by Zach (landscape winding road) undated Box
29
(33)
To illustrate paper on cemeteries by Zach (landscaped grounds) undated Box 29
(34)
To illustrate paper on cemeteries by Zach (stone stairway on landscaped grounds) undated Box 29
(35)
To illustrate paper on cemeteries by Zach (landscaped winding road) undated Box 29
(36)
To illustrate paper on cemeteries by Zach (landscape winding road) Box 29
(37)
To illustrate paper on cemeteries by Zach (stone wall, several levels of steps) Box 29
(38)
To illustrate paper on cemeteries by Zach (stone steps Rhodos, ferns and other plants) undated Box 29
(41)
To illustrate paper on cemeteries by Zach (landscaped cemetery memorial markers) undated Box 29
(46)
To illustrate paper on cemeteries by Zach (stone tomb and dogwood) undated Box 29
(47)
To illustrate paper on cemeteries by Zach (landscaped stone work) undated Box 29
(48)
Auto on country tree lined road undated Box 29
(51)
Woman in horse drawn buggy on tree lined country road undated Box 29
(52)
Box Barberry (Women next to plant) undated Box 29
(53)
Rocky, shallow, wide river by road in hilly land undated Box 29
(54)
A Glimpse of Greylock, Photo by CA. E. Schooler (green mountain by pond) undated Box 29
(55)
Two Young Men camping in the woods – cooking food over fire next to tent undated Box 29
(57)
Canada hemlock (woman next to plant- hemlock used as hedge) undated Box 29
(58)
Euonymus elatus (used as hedge – woman next to plant) undated Box 29
(59)
Hydrangea arborescens (woman next to plant) undated Box 29
(61)
Acanthopanax (woman next to plant, plant used as hedge) undated Box 29
(62)
White pine, Euonymus – right (woman next to plant, plant used as hedge) undated Box 29
(64)
Arbor vitae- Hydrangea arborescens (women, hedges) undated Box 29
(65)
Carolina Hemlock (woman- hedges) undated Box 29
(66)
White Pine (as a hedge, under snow) undated Box 29
(68)
Bayberry -also Caragana and Arbor vitae (women, hedges) undated Box 29
(69)
Middleton Gardens, South Carolina (brick Fence, wooden gate, trees) undated Box 29
(79)
Athens, Ga. (raised wooden while duplex house with front porch) undated Box 29
(84)
The Everglades 1928 Box 29
(123)
Kansas Sandhills 1936 Box 29
(127)
Lichens P.Q. (on a large rock) undated Box 29
(136)
Kansas Sandhills 1936 Box 29
(138)
Wildwood Cemetery, Amherst (stream on flooded areas with plants) undated Box 29
(142)
Glacier Pothole (Farm in background) undated Box 29
(146)
Shadbrook in border, Brattleboro undated Box 29
(148)
Blue wild Flowers, two children undated Box 29
(152)
Sandhills Kansas undated Box 29
(175)
Whatley Glen (Rushing Mt. stream over rocks) undated Box 29
(186)
Osmunda – Leverett (ferns newly unfolding in front of stone wall) undated Box 29
(187)
Madison, Georgia (iris as under planting to trees along residential road) undated Box 29
(188)
Japanese Barberry in snow – Damaged slide undated Box 29
(199)
Low swampy stream, tree, woman, plants (groundcover, shrubs and a few trees) undated Box 29
(201)
Hunter with dog in hay field undated Box 29
(202)
Waugh Garden (FAW cultivating his garden) undated Box 29
(203)
Woman in canoe, near yellow iris undated Box 29
(206)
FAW’s Garden in 1920, young man with rifle in snow- covered landscape undated Box 29
(207)
Hulot House, So. Amherst – Woman and child on stoop undated Box 29
(209)
Waugh Garden (Delphiniums and other flowers) 1924 Box 29
(210)
Deciduous shrub on snow undated Box 29
(214)
Shrub with pink flowers, woman observing undated Box 29
(215)
MAC, women, children, young hunter and game undated Box 29
(216)
Woman observing bird house, auto and shrub in background undated Box 29
(217)
Siberian Iris, Waugh Garden (white iris) undated Box 29
(218)
Two Young men with canoe and stove beside river undated Box 29
(221)
Trail in the Glen, MAC (two people snow shoeing) undated Box 29
(222)
Small green-leafed plants in snow undated Box 29
(223)
Dianthus (on stone wall) undated Box 29
(224)
Child with apple- picking basket and Dwarf Apple trees bearing fruit undated Box 29
(225)
The rope pull (crowd at water’s edge) 1927 Box 29
(226)
Two Young men in woods, Poison Ivy undated Box 29
(228)
Damaged and up rooted pine trees undated Box 29
(229)
Damaged and up rooted pine trees undated Box 29
(230)
Young man and woman observing flower in a large peony garden undated Box 29
(236)
Man with basket in large vegetable garden undated Box 29
(237)
Woman with basket near flowering shrubs undated Box 29
(238)
Couple under flower- covered white garden arch undated Box 29
(239)
MAC college campus looking toward old chapel and south college undated Box 29
(241)
Eastman Lane (boys throwing snowballs) undated Box 29
(244)
Rows of Bearded Iris undated Box 29
(245)
Woman on tree- lined country road in Autumn, delicate slide undated Box 29
(246)
Playing Dominoes, St. Augustine (men gathered around table in public square), delicate slide undated Box 29
(247)
St. Augustine (street in old part of town), delicate slide undated Box 29
(248)
People sitting around table in the woods undated Box 29
(251)
Residence in Coconut Grove, Florida undated Box 29
(252)
Cozy Little Garden House (man and boy on stoop, two women standing) undated Box 29
(254)
Charleston, SC (wooden house and wooden fence) undated Box 29
(255)
Beckley (rhododendrons bordering stone formal terrace) undated Box 29
(258)
Nantucket Restaurant (outdoor garden) undated Box 29
(260)
Waugh Garden – Children in brightly colored robes undated Box 29
(261)
Winter in the Glen, MAC (Person on footbridge carrying snowshoes in snow) undated Box 29
(265)
Mt. Everett, the spring Prof. A. K. Harrison (man collecting water in a cup from a small pool) undated Box 29
(267)
Petticoat Hill (man examining black- barked tree in woods) undated Box 29
(268)
Camp on Mt. Toby (Man and tent) undated Box 29
(269)
Two boys and a girl observing forest undated Box 29
(271)
Trail on Sugar Loaf (boy and girl walking on wooded trail) undated Box 29
(272a)
Gathering of people eating at long picnic table at camp site) undated Box 29
(272 b)
The Picnic Grounds, Mt. Toby (children sitting at picnic table) undated Box 29
(274)
Mt. Toby (young woman on rocks by wooded stream) undated Box 29
(275)
Going Fishing, Mt. Toby (two boys with branches walking on dirt path) undated Box 29
(278)
Mt. Toby (pond surrounded by woods) undated Box 29
(280)
Camp Kansas, Mt. Toby (people sitting around fire at campsite) undated Box 29
(281)
On the trail Sugar Loaf, Mass (girl on bench in woods with boy) undated Box 29
(283)
Playground on Sugar Loaf (woodland hillside, boy and girl on seesaw) undated Box 29
(284)
Belchertown (trees along dirt road between fields) undated Box 29
(287)
Holland Glen (young man observing running water over rock formation) undated Box 29
(288)
Holland Glen (young man sitting on log over woodland stream bed) undated Box 29
(289)
Holland Glen (young man observing woodland stream pool) undated Box 29
(290)
Man ice fishing on snow-covered lake undated Box 29
(291)
Mt. Toby Brook (water falling into small pool) undated Box 29
(292)
Small Plant at water’s edge (Hardhack?) undated Box 29
(294)
Man and Woman cooking at campfire undated Box 29
(297)
Coronado Heights Kinds Gorge, Kansas (people overlooking agricultural landscape) undated Box 29
(298)
Young People on woodland path undated Box 29
(299)
Woman standing on Rock Overlook undated Box 29
(300)
Top of Mt. Greylock (large yellow house) undated Box 29
(301)
Two woman walking along woodland Path in Autumn undated Box 29
(302)
Cemetery Ocean trim, Massachusetts (stone fountain) ca. 1936 Box 29
(303)
Hiker beneath rock cliff in woods undated Box 29
(304)
Whatley Glen (man fishing in Mt. stream) undated Box 29
(305)
Indiana State Park (cascading brook, flat rock, dogwood branch) undated Box 29
(306)
The Campground on Greylock (flowering shrub, evergreen tree, tents) undated Box 29
(307)
The Cathedral Woods, Greylock (path through tall evergreen trees) undated Box 29
(308)
Carriage Road Sugar Loaf, Mass (man and boy on small country road) undated Box 29
(311)
Outdoor theater on Sugar Loaf (boy and girl sitting on wooden benches) undated Box 29
(312)
Crystal Cascades Pinkham Notch (water cascading down rock formations) undated Box 29
(313)
Shelburne Basins, Shelburne, New Hampshire undated Box 29
(314)
Salmacis Falls, Randolph, New Hampshire undated Box 29
(315)
Ravine of the Cascades, White Mts. New Hampshire undated Box 29
(316)
Gordon Falls Randolph, New Hampshire undated Box 29
(317)
Flat desert with hill in background undated Box 29
(318)
Bay Road Fruit Farm (woman near apple tree in blossom) undated Box 29
(319)
Wachusett from Redemption Rock, By Wm A. Emerson undated Box 29
(320)
Horse drawn wagon on tree lined road undated Box 29
(322)
Mt. Toby (two men cooking on a campfire by a river) undated Box 29
(323)
Horse drawn buggy on road line with sugar maples, stone, and wood fences undated Box 29
(327)
Canoe paddlers on canal along forest undated Box 29
(328)
Man cooking over campfire in front of Adirondack log shelter undated Box 29
(330)
Woman with basket on beach looking over ocean inlet undated Box 29
(334)
Colt Park Hartford (pin oak? On edge of pond) undated Box 29
(335)
Shallow stream lined with grass and trees undated Box 29
(336)
Orient brook (Prof Waugh? Playing the flute on a rock by a stream) undated Box 29
(337)
Mt. Tom from the Northwest (tied up corn stalks and barn in field at base of mountain) undated Box 29
(338)
Two people canoeing on a brook alongside a road and fields undated Box 29
(339)
Woman (Mrs. Waugh?) Standing on road by mature apple tree in blossom undated Box 29
(341)
Boy and girl on rocky path surrounded by trees and shrubs undated Box 29
(342)
Mowhawk Trail (stream, flat rocks, winding through hills) undated Box 29
(345)
Cascading stream over rocks in woods undated Box 29
(347)
Rebecca Field (woman with fishing rod) undated Box 29
(348)
Pelham Brook (Girl on rock looking into pool) undated Box 29
(349)
Lower Cascade Lake Adirondacks undated Box 29
(350)
Swift River (water lilies, on still water, mature pine on bank) undated Box 29
(351)
Old fruit trees in front of wooden fence undated Box 29
(352)
Brook in Weston (Girl on stone bridge over brook looking into water) undated Box 29
(353)
Rye grass (growing at edge of sand hill) undated Box 29
(354)
Mature Apple tree, fields and farm undated Box 29
(355)
Orient Brook (man fishing in brook pool in the woods) undated Box 29
(356)
Orient Brook (man looking into pail, suspended by sticks beside brook) undated Box 29
(357)
Mt. Everett, Massachusetts (Apple trees, fences, farm and field in foreground, hills in the distance) undated Box 29
(358)
Whately Glen -woman on wooden bridge in the woods (Mrs.Waugh?) undated Box 29
(359)
Boy and girl beside and on a wooden fence by road overlooking a field of ox eye daisies undated Box 29
(360)
Boy on porch with huge white columns undated Box 29
(361)
Summerville, South Carolina (white house behind fence lined road) undated Box 29
(362)
Child beside low fountain (damaged slide) undated Box 29
(363)
George W. Cable Garden (woman on stone bench talking with standing elderly man) 1921 Box 29
(365)
Jones Garden, Cape Cod “The moonlight Garden” (perennial borders, sculpture, framed by large pines) undated Box 29
(366)
Geo. W. Cable (elderly man standing in front of stone bust in garden) 1921 Box 29
(372)
Woman admiring pink flowering shrub (rhododendron?) on plant- lined path undated Box 29
(373)
Falmouth (rocks, water- plants in water and rock crevices undated Box 29
(374)
Lenox, Mass “Groton Lodge” Dovehouse, Estate of George L.Winthrip – photo by AKH, May 1914 Box 29
(376)
House and Garden at Rye, New York (Formal, brick house and stone patio) undated Box 29
(379)
House and garden at Rye, NY (Formal, brick house, stone patio and green lawn) undated Box 29
(377)
Afternoon Party (People socializing outside under pergolas) undated Box 29
(382)
White-head, Stanford, CT. (man looking into well) undated Box 29
(385)
Old Deerfield (trellis, grapevine?, alyssum, iris and other flowers) 1926 Box 29
(387)
Francis Maxwell Place (woman near fountain framed by large colored urns) undated Box 29
(389)
Woman and child sitting in formal garden by white marble table and two huge terra cotta urns undated Box 29
(390)
D.CA. French, Glendale (White marble foundation in formal garden) undated Box 29
(391)
Rogers Estate. Southampton, L.I. Olmstead Brothers Landscape Architecture (Stucco columns and wall lining a brick path, log pergola tops, vines, blue flowers) undated Box 29
(392)
Rockport, foundation plantings painted on house undated Box 29
(394)
People sitting on rocking chairs in garden under Catalpa tree undated Box 29
(395)
Harrow House, Old Deerfield (cement vegetation covered path leading to wooden house) undated Box 29
(397)
Totem pole, Florence (on a lawn with trees in background) undated Box 29
(398)
George W. Cable Garden (two women looking into pond with water lilies, trees in background) undated Box 29
(404)
Geneva, New York. Box hedge (along side of white wooden colonial house) undated Box 29
(406)
Biltmore Terrace (statue, large potted arborvitae, urns, formal structure) 1926 Box 29
(407)
Small wooden country cottage and flower garden undated Box 29
(408)
Cleveland (man sitting in garden, old terra cotta urn, stone bench, ferns, violets and rhododendrons) undated Box 29
(409)
“Brookside” Great Barrington (white stonework landing on small lake) undated Box 29
(410)
Bird Bath, Falmouth (light colored stone, pink roses, rhododendrons, azaleas, maples) 1921 Box 29
(413)
Sundial, Falmouth (in similar setting to bird bath above) 1921 Box 29
(414)
Automobiles on maple lined road in autumn undated Box 29
(415)
Supper in the Garden (family group under flowering tree) undated Box 29
(416)
Woman and girl on steps to natural wood shingled house with green shutter undated Box 29
(417)
Garden (white fan tailed doves in bird bath) undated Box 29
(418)
Dakin garden ( young woman sitting on stone steps near urns and statue) undated Box 29
(419)
Dakin Garden (boy talking to girl on stone bench, Urns, formal stonework) undated Box 29
(420)
Dakin Garden (cowed of people in formal garden) undated Box 29
(421)
Mrs. Cowan’s Garden (young girl examining catalpa flower) undated Box 29
(422)
Two women on brick path, perennial border with iris and peonies undated Box 29
(423)
Young women sitting on steps by grape arbor undated Box 29
(424)
Mrs. Churchill (perennial garden, sundial, tree, hedges) 1929 Box 29
(425)
Rose Garden, Thompsonville, Georgia. Estate of harry Payne Whitney (Formal mansion with vine covered columns and porch work) undated Box 29
(427)
C R Elders (wooden house with large climbing flowering vine, hydrangea?, man and women observing) undated Box 29
(428)
Tree in field undated Box 29
(429)
Garden in Spring, flowering tree behind bushes and archway undated Box 29
(430)
Mrs. Bishops Garden (bird bath, solomon’s seal, white and pink phlox) undated Box 29
(432)
Mrs. John Tyler, Amherst (little boy standing at white stone lion fountain) undated Box 29
(433)
Mr. Muller’s Garden (Children sitting on rustic garden furniture) undated Box 29
(434)
Lilacs Mr. Churchill (Man with dog in front of wooden building near lilacs) undated Box 29
(435)
Specimen pink flowering dogwood undated Box 29
(436)
Mrs. Dickinson – Lincoln Are (old tree and lawn seat) undated Box 29
(438)
Cowan Garden (women admiring peonies in formal garden) 1926 Box 29
(440)
Mrs. Park- Amherst (elderly woman in garden tending iris kaempferi) undated Box 29
(441)
Mrs. Park- Amherst (elderly woman in garden tending iris kaempferi) undated Box 29
(445)
Girls in front of stone house covered in a large climbing vine – climbing hydrangea?) undated Box 29
(446)
Saginow Mich (pergola, grapes, trellises, birdhouses?. Spruce trees) undated Box 29
(447)
Mrs. France’s Garden (young girl on stone wall with iris and dianthus) undated Box 29
(448)
Lilies, blue spruce? Bordering grass undated Box 29
(449)
Norway Spruce (as a hedge, under snow) undated Box 29
(450)
Arbor vitae alley, Lenox (woman standing on tree lined path) undated Box 29
(451)
Hartford (men on bench and chairs beneath large oak tree on lawn) undated Box 29
(453)
Mrs. Churchill (phlox? And tulips) 1929 Box 29
(454)
Mrs. Churchill’s Garden and daughter (young women standing in garden with lilies) undated Box 29
(456)
Charles A. Eastman (man in Native American clothing and headdress with hatchet, Ohiyesa) undated Box 29
(458)
Stone church steeple surrounded by trees undated Box 29
(459)
J C Evaham, Amherst (blue-gray wood shingled house with foundation plantings) undated Box 29
(461)
Train station with green- shingled roof undated Box 29
(462)
Man and woman on path between two rows of yellow bearded iris undated Box 29
(464)
Garden (fan tailed doves on lawn) undated Box 29
(465)
Child, baby’s-breath, lilies, delphinium undated Box 29
(466)
Dakin Garden (formal garden) 1926 Box 29
(469)
Camona’s (Ramona’s?)Marriage Place (stucco wall and doorway, dry soil plants) undated Box 29
(472 )
Private Garden by Jens Jensen (Aquatic plants, surrounding trees and shrubs) undated Box 29
(486)
Rosenwald garden , Chicago view of Lake Michigan, Janes Jensen undated Box 29
(488)
House and Garden at Rye, New York (pool beside formal patio and brick house) undated Box 29
(489)
Lotus, California (beside still pond with water lilies) undated Box 29
(490)
Oklahoma bungalow (white home beside large field, family on front stoop) undated Box 29
(491)
Private Garden by Jens Jensen (Aquatic plants beside pond) undated Box 29
(494)
Salem, Oregon (Rose bushes lining road, stores and automobiles in background) undated Box 29
(496)
Cleveland (pond, plants in it and along edge undated Box 29
(498)
Los Angele Residence (decorated with Egyptian motif) undated Box 29
(499)
California (white stucco building complex beside lawn) undated Box 29
(500)
In Pasadena (woman on swing under huge old tree) undated Box 29
(501)
The Jensen Garden at Rairue (woman hanging out wash) undated Box 29
(502)
Dogwoods, Rockville, Connecticut (large house, drive way) undated Box 29
(503)
Mrs. Cutler, Amherst (perennial garden and bird bath) undated Box 29
(506)
Hulst Lawn, So. Amherst (young man and woman sitting on wooden rocking chairs on lawn) undated Box 29
(508)
California (pink stucco house, cactus and other desert plants) undated Box 29
(509)
Charles Robinson Smith-Glendale (formal garden, lawn, specimen birch, man and woman talking in background) undated Box 29
(510)
El Camino Real, California (Old mission?, mature tree, dusty read) undated Box 29
(513)
The Inn, Pales Verdes (White stucco building along road overlooking beach) undated Box 29
(515)
Washington, California (young boy and girl on road lined with palm trees) undated Box 29
(516)
Jens Jensen (man standing on wide steps with plants around) 1929 Box 29
(517)
Mrs. B.B. Farmer’s Garden, Saginaw, Michigan (Tulips) undated Box 29
(518)
Sand Diego Mission (Early Spanish Colonial Building and tree) undated Box 29
(520)
Pasadena (Scottish Rite Cathedral- large grey building) undated Box 29
(521)
Columbia River Highway (woodland cascading stream) undated Box 29
(523)
Waugh Garden (iris, delphinium, hollyhocks and others, woman with basket examining) 1930 Box 29
(525)
Platoro, Colorado (Tall evergreen trees over looking valley town) undated Box 29
(526)
Mt. Hood “Ghost Forest” (lying dead trees) undated Box 29
(529)
Flock of Sheep grazing by steam, field and trees undated Box 29
(530)
Cowboy driving cattle along dry western country undated Box 29
(531)
Oenothua sp. Wyo. (while flowers on dry soil) undated Box 29
(532)
Two Cows grazing undated Box 29
(534)
Cows grazing on flat field undated Box 29
(535)
Echo Park Los Angeles (arch shaped bridge over water) undated Box 29
(538)
From Kentucky (Cattle lined up) undated Box 29
(539)
Cattle crossing a shallow stream undated Box 29
(540)
Columbia River (Mountains. Water, clouds, strip of land) undated Box 29
(541)
Spring, So. California (Field of deep pink wild flowers in a valley) undated Box 29
(542)
Pink wild flowers on sandy hilly ground undated Box 29
(543)
San Gabriel, California (man playing guitar for two ladies on the steps of the very old building) undated Box 29
(545)
Homesteader’s House, western Canada (woman on horse in front of sod house) undated Box 29
(549)
Man cooking on camp stove in dry, hilly country undated Box 29
(550)
Road with wood buildings in small, dusty western (or Midwestern) town undated Box 29
(553)
Southern Utah town (dirt road, houses and trees in distance) undated Box 29
(554)
Sunset over lake and woods undated Box 29
(555)
Cedar Breaks, Dixie Forest (sheep grazing by trees on plains) undated Box 29
(556)
Palm trees bordered with bushes undated Box 30
(557)
Dirt road through grassy field bordered with coniferous trees undated Box 30
(558)
Large clouds over grassy landscape undated Box 30
(559)
Large clouds, distant hills, plains undated Box 30
(560)
Southern Utah (stormy skies raining over distant mountains, plains in foreground) undated Box 30
(561)
Arizona (Native American drinking at stream, pony, hills, rifle) undated Box 30
(562)
Waugh Farm, Kansas (plains and farm) undated Box 30
(564)
Dixie Forest – Utah (sheep being driven down the road) undated Box 30
(565)
Landing Field, Madison, Wis. (aerial view of patchwork farmland) undated Box 30
(560)
Buffalo So. Dakota (grazing buffalo) 1931 Box 30
(567)
Pine trees, red rock formations undated Box 30
(568)
Cactus, shrubs, arid country side undated Box 30
(569)
Lake Michigan (sandy beach) undated Box 30
(571)
Gateway Grand Canyon National Park undated Box 30
(572)
The Grand Canyon undated Box 30
(573)
Clover field, Montana (clover in bloom, mountains in background) undated Box 30
(575)
Grain field, Montana undated Box 30
(576)
Floodplains, Mountains in background, lots of clouds undated Box 30
(577)
Cascade Lake Adirondacks (cliffs and hills go into lake) undated Box 30
(579)
Lake Undine, Mt. Everett, Mass. (surrounded by woods) undated Box 30
(581)
Woman standing by poplars undated Box 30
(564)
Hanover, NH(rolling fields at haying time) undated Box 30
(580)
Pines, Handover, NH (under light snow) undated Box 30
(587)
Girl on hill side near wind beat trees undated Box 30
(590)
Farm buildings, Croydon, NH undated Box 30
(591)
Milton, VT (wide river cascading over rocks) undated Box 30
(592)
Footpath rock creek park Washington (wooded path at creek’s edge) undated Box 30
(595)
Boy and girl with rowboat at water’s edge undated Box 30
(596)
Arborvitae Lake Champlain (Old tree leaning over beach) undated Box 30
(597)
Woman in filed admiring Daucus carota undated Box 30
(599)
Rock Ledge P.Q. undated Box 30
(601)
Lebanon Springs, N.Y. (Photo by AKH) view south from the pinnacle undated Box 30
(602)
Pickens Co. S.CA. (small gray house with small flowering trees) undated Box 30
(603)
Laurel, New Hartford, CA. T. (under trees, by a lake) undated Box 30
(605)
Chequaga Falls, near Ithaca, N.Y. (high wide falls cascading over rock formation) undated Box 30
(606)
Girl sitting under fruit tree on hillside in spring undated Box 30
(608)
Fishing wharf with wooden structure and different sized boats undated Box 30
(610)
Road, Trees, Shrubs, Hillside, Mountain undated Box 30
(611)
Lake Champlain (sun behind cloud with red and yellow lining over lake) 1928 Box 30
(613)
Pelham- Blueberrying (children picking blue berries on hillside) undated Box 30
(614)
Grass growing in a sand hill, wooden dwelling in background undated Box 30
(615)
Catskills (cows drinking in shallow stream) 1929 Box 30
(616)
Two young woman in fenced in field near poplars undated Box 30
(617)
White wood house by road, trees undated Box
2
(619)
Sunset, Pelham (pink and blue sky) undated Box 30
(620)
Pelham (brook cascading over wide rocky falls) undated Box 30
(621)
Mt. Toby (cow grazing by stream in field) undated Box 30
(622)
Field in autumn on a cloudy day undated Box 30
(623)
Shagbark Hickory at the edge of a field in winter undated Box 30
(624)
Drying fish in camp in Quebec (elderly man by wooden structure propping up fish) undated Box 30
(625)
A side camp- Quebec undated Box 30
(627)
Washing dishes in camp P.Q.(elderly man outside log camp) 1909 Box 30
(628)
Lake Trout – Lake Vassal, P.Q. (elderly man fishing in a rowboat on lake) undated Box 30
(629)
Blackburn – Guide P.Q. (man smoking pipe sitting on camp bench) undated Box 30
(631)
The Lake Graceland Cemetery, O.CA. Simmons (body of water surrounded by trees and shrubs) undated Box 30
(634)
N.Y. Zool. Garden (white peacock) undated Box 30
(637)
Boston Common (Horse drawn snowplow, pigeons) undated Box 30
(638)
Fresh water bathing area crowded with swimmers undated Box 30
(639)
Boulder midway between the equator and north pole undated Box 30
(640)
Yuccas, Central Park, N.Y., N.Y. undated Box 30
(641)
Entrance to Humbolt Park Rose Garden, Chicago (statues of bulls, huge urns) undated Box 30
(642)
Mariana State Parks (cascading waterfall) undated Box 30
(644)
Long Fellow Glenn, Minnehaha Park, Minneapolis (rushing brook by woodland walk) undated Box 30
(646)
Brook, plants, pergola undated Box 30
(647)
Crowded outdoor dance floor with illuminated concave bandstand undated Box 30
(648)
Less crowded outdoor dance floor with illuminated concave bandstand latter in evening undated Box 30
(650)
Humbolt Park Chicago (pavilion overlooking water and roses) undated Box 30
(651)
Girls by a fountain in a formal garden/ park undated Box 30
(652)
Iron structure (camp stove?) undated Box 30
(653)
Camp fireplace Topeka (woman cooking on brick stove) undated Box 30
(655)
Minneapolis Parks (Large group of people sitting in a circle) undated Box 30
(656)
San Francisco (big church or municipal building) 1915 Box 30
(657)
Gate of Abundance, Sand Francisco (large town – like structure) 1915 Box 30
(658)
Entrance road which gives good effect (dirt road lined with trees undated Box 30
(659)
Columbia Park, Chicago (people sitting around and inside a large horseshoe shaped bench) undated Box 30
(660)
Forest Hills Cemetery (statue of woman with wings) undated Box 30
(661)
Forest Hills Cemetery (pond, lily pads, trees, large tombs) undated Box 30
(662)
Cemetery and white wooden church or meeting house undated Box 30
(663)
Outdoor play with children dressed as butterflies, large crowd of onlookers undated Box 30
(664)
Forest Hill Cemetery, Boston (pond surrounded with trees and plantings) undated Box 30
(665)
Country Schoolhouse, Canada (small red brick) undated Box 30
(667)
Girls dancing in park in front of water fountain undated Box 30
(668)
Restored Barracks, Ft. Ticonderoga (stone building, red roof) undated Box 30
(669)
Covered outdoor sitting court – many wooden chairs, hanging glass globe lights, lots of arches undated Box 30
(670)
Cocoanut Grove (coconut palms, man looking out at water, boat) undated Box 30
(671)
Entrance to trail Wachusett (couple standing on path thru ferns) undated Box 30
(673)
Humboldt Park, Chicago (large building, trees in tree plots) undated Box 30
(674)
Hiker on upland meadow abutted with evergreens undated Box 30
(675)
Montague Brook (shallow wide brook thru wooded area) undated Box 30
(677)
Multnomah Falls, Oregon (very high falls with dramatic bridge) undated Box 30
(678)
Horse Trail Falls, Oregon (high falls, white stone bridge at base) undated Box 30
(679)
Wahkeena Falls, Oregon ( high winding falls with stone bridge) undated Box 30
(680)
California Redwoods next to cabin undated Box 30
(681)
Fields, trees, road undated Box 30
(682)
Upper Wahkeena Falls, Oregon undated Box 30
(686)
Red rock formations (Bryce Canyon, Utah) undated Box 30
(687)
Bryce Canyon, Utah undated Box 30
(689)
Two woman and child sitting around well (?) by birch forest undated Box 30
(691)
Rushing stream surrounded in grasses and coniferous trees, mountains in background undated Box 30
(692)
Aster sp. Mt. Hood (purple flowers) undated Box 30
(694)
Yosemite valley (El Capitan other cliffs surrounding green valley ) undated Box 30
(695)
A butte undated Box 30
(696)
Wallowa Mountains, Oregon (woman fishing in lake) undated Box 30
(697)
Lake George (lake surrounded by small mountains with lots of little island in lake) undated Box 30
(698)
Chipmunk, Oregon (man sitting on rock feeding chipmunk) undated Box 30
(699)
Grand Canyon near Bright Angel Trail (looking into the canyon) undated Box 30
(700)
Cedar Breaks, Utah (field edged with coniferous trees) undated Box 30
(702)
Snow peaked mountains and tall evergreens in foreground undated Box 30
(703)
California, The Three Brothers, Height 3830; Yosemite Valley undated Box 30
(704)
Natural Monument (natural arching stone bridge) undated Box 30
(705)
Man on Mule (Grand Canyon?) undated Box 30
(706)
Kaibab Forest, Arizona (auto on road through forest) undated Box 30
(707)
Hermit Rest, Grand Canyon (wood and stone building overlooking canyon) undated Box 30
(708)
Bright Angel Trail, rest at Indian Garden (people near waiting mules on path) undated Box 30
(709)
CT falls in Grand Canyon (waterfall over red rock, green vegetation) undated Box 30
(710)
Grand Canyon from El Tovar undated Box 30
(711)
Grand Canyon from desert view (people sitting on edge) undated Box 30
(712)
Glacier National Park (snow on red rocked mountain, green vegetation at base) undated Box 30
(713)
A fine rattlesnake near pink beds, Pisgah National Forest undated Box 30
(714)
Berthoud Pass, Colorado (road, grass, coniferous trees, mostly snow- covered mountains in background) 1931 Box 30
(716)
Leaving for Tonto Trail (people on mules in grand canyon) undated Box 30
(717)
Neighborhood planting after Aug 18, 1914 (landscaped yards by residences) 1914 Box 30
(718)
Neighborhood planting before June 25, 1911 (large dirt yard by residences) 1911 Box 30
(719)
Biltmore, N.CA. -Waugh (residences along tree- lined street) undated Box 30
(720)
“The Tower of Legends” water tower, Glendale, California (stone sculptured tower) undated Box 30
(721)
Trolley Shelter, Amherst (small wood hut along road) undated Box 30
(722)
Memorial City Gates Grand Rapids (two flat topped illuminated obelisk- like structures) undated Box 30
(723)
Old City Gate – Prague (ornamented gothic style tower gate, people and trolley along street) undated Box 30
(724)
Private Residence, Venice (on a canal) undated Box 30
(725)
Mason Library, Great Barrington, Mass (brick building with white trim and ornamentation) undated Box 30
(726)
White classical style building (church or meeting house) along street with auto and horse undated Box 30
(727)
Village Church, Brimfield, Massachusetts (white classic New England church on dirt road with trees) undated Box 30
(728)
South Amherst (white church or meeting house) undated Box 30
(729)
Interior Brimfield Public Library (wood- trimmed room with fireplace, chairs, desk and lamps) undated Box 30
(730)
white church or meeting house in field with shrubs and tree) undated Box 30
(731)
White sided meetinghouse/ school/ church? in field with trees undated Box 30
(732)
Bank of Hollister (stone, stucco and red- roofed building) undated Box 30
(733)
Village Library, Arkansas (white stucco flat- toped building) undated Box 30
(734)
Water tower – Hallrud (tall brick tower) undated Box 30
(735)
Large crowd seated around stage in an outdoor theater undated Box 30
(737)
Large crowd seated around stage in an outdoor theater undated Box 30
(739)
Old man reading outside of wooden hut undated Box 30
(740)
Cement arch bridge over river undated Box 30
(742)
Old auto on thickly vegetated road undated Box 30
(745)
Wild Plum Belchertown (trees along country road) undated Box 30
(746)
Country Road Trees (man standing by cornfield) undated Box 30
(747)
People walking on road lined by stone wall and row of trees undated Box 30
(748)
Good state road (auto on tree lined dirt road) undated Box 30
(749)
Apple? tree in blossom undated Box 30
(750)
Hummelstown, Pennsylvania (double arched stone bridge over a river in snow) undated Box 30
(751)
Auto on wide road undated Box 30
(753)
Massachusetts (crabapple trees in bloom along road) undated Box 30
(754)
Four Arch Bridge Hillsboro, NH undated Box 30
(755)
A Village Park (two woman at pond’s edge) undated Box 30
(756)
Ford- Cement- Conn. (auto crossing stream) undated Box 30
(757)
Cement Arch Bridge, Indiana (people over and in stream) undated Box 30
(758)
Mt. Tom Road (girl standing on road with tress and wildflowers) undated Box 30
(759)
Man and woman on dirt road in meadow undated Box 30
(760)
Country Road – Colombia (South America, man on horse on stone wall and field lined road) undated Box 30
(761)
Agricultural Fields and Forest undated Box 30
(762)
Two Girls standing on snowy road undated Box 30
(763)
Scenic Drive, west side Mt. Tom (auto on road bordered lined with wild flowers and trees) undated Box 30
(764)
Wood arch bridge, Rock Creek Park, Washington D.CA. undated Box 30
(765)
Two women on dirt road bordered by trees and shrubs undated Box 30
(766)
Stone (fountain?) along a dirt road undated Box 30
(767)
Rowesville, S.CA. (autos, trees, electrical wires, gas station and other stores lining street ) undated Box 30
(768)
Roadside view- unidentified (stonewall, house and barn along road) undated Box 30
(679)
Roadside view- unidentified (dirt road, trees, wooden fence and house in distance) undated Box 30
(770)
Auto on dirt road, bordered by trees and shrubs undated Box 30
(771)
Two men on dirt road observing trees without leaves undated Box 30
(772)
Stone Arch Bridge, Pennsylvania undated Box 30
(773)
Children in grass in front of meeting house/ church undated Box 30
(774)
Southwest view of Bernardston – central part.(etching) undated Box 30
(776)
Tree surrounded by flag stone patio with white wooden chairs and benches (damaged slide) undated Box 30
(778)
Petunias – pink petunias in round stone planter (old well?) undated Box 30
(779)
Eastport (private garden against house with drying laundry and Delphiniums?) undated Box 30
(781)
Shutesbury Garden (house on hill with flower garden) undated Box 30
(783)
Ikebana by Yukiko Kyojima (Mountain Laurel in a vase) undated Box 30
(787)
North Amherst (Mountain Laurel) undated Box 30
(788)
Kalmia latifolia and augustifolia undated Box 30
(789)
Laurel, Leverett (vegetation beside fast flowing stream) undated Box 30
(790)
The Forbidden City, Pekin undated Box 30
(797)
Mijgawa at Uji (Japanese town along a river) undated Box 30
(798)
Mansion with formal lawn and garden with pruned evergreens undated Box 30
(799)
Statue of woman on horseback surrounded by planting of rhododendron, trees in background undated Box 30
(800)
At Hampton Court (man by water surrounded by trees, cattails, water lilies, other aquatic plants) undated Box 30
(804)
Old Rewau Road, England (road flanked by stonewalls, old trees and a stone building) undated Box 30
(805)
Howe Garden, Shukugawa (Japanese Garden with water wheel, rocks and lantern) undated Box 30
(807)
Cottage yard, Ottershaw Surrey (brick path leading to cottage surrounded by flowers and archway) undated Box 30
(808)
An ancient cottage (stone cottage with thatched roof lined flowers, hedge and road) undated Box 30
(809)
Worcestershire Cottage (two story store house with front garden and climbing vine, elderly man standing in front) undated Box 30
(812)
Bourtou-on-the- water. Stone house with slate roof undated Box 30
(813)
Gloucestershire Cottage (stone house with stone fence and flower garden) undated Box 30
(816)
Canterbury Home Garden (gravel drive by grass and large tree, stone wall and flower plantings in the background) undated Box 30
(819)
Country Village, Gloucestershire, England, FAW (woman on stone footbridge over brook with ducks, village in the background) undated Box 30
(820)
Michaelmas Daises (white and purple flowering shrubs along path) undated Box 30
(821)
Skiddaw, Cumberland, England (Sheppard walking along mountains path with dogs and sheep, pink flowering tree in blossom) undated Box 30
(822)
Cistus Cyprius at Kew undated Box 30
(823)
Country church yard, Gloucestershire (large cross) undated Box 30
(824)
War Memorial, Canterbury (man looking at plaque on brick wall) undated Box 30
(825)
Surrey, England (Cottage with front garden sounded ) undated Box 30
(826)
Old George, Salisbury, England (man sitting on lawn furniture in garden surrounded by other residences) undated Box 30
(827)
The Dairy Farm near Crewkerne, Somerset (large thatched- roofed cottage with flower garden, woman and child on path) undated Box 30
(828)
Cottage Gate, Spring(woman with child at garden entrance) undated Box 30
(829)
Bicester, England (road with horse-drawn carriage lined with buildings) undated Box 30
(830)
Canterbury Cathedral (view from across the street, partially obstructed) undated Box 30
(831)
Large vine- covered estate undated Box 30
(834)
The Close, Salisbury, England (brick wall covered in pink flowers, decorative entrance archway with lamp) undated Box 30
(836)
Bluebells (woman and children on path surrounded with wild flowers and tress) undated Box 30
(837)
Harvest field near Westerham, Kent (people in field picking wheat) undated Box 30
(838)
Stow-on-the-wold, Gloucestershire (town square with children looking up at religious monument) undated Box 30
(839)
English Oaks, Surrey (house in field with large trees) undated Box 30
(840)
Japan (westerners in front of flowering tree, shrine in background) 1926 Box 30
(847)
Stow-on-the- wold, Gloucestershire (store row house and flower gardens) undated Box 30
(848)
Lage(?) Plaza, Columbia (crowded south American market place) undated Box 30
(863)
Tall stone building with stone wall undated Box 30
(864)
Poet narcissus – Switzerland (flower covered hill looking down into valley with town and lake, mountains in background) undated Box 30
(865)
Courtyard, Vienna (stone courtyard with planting beds) undated Box 30
(866)
Residence courtyard and well, Vienna (people gathered in stone courtyard undated Box 30
(867)
By the Adige, Verona (woman washing laundry in river) undated Box 30
(868)
Eastern view in the central part of Charlemont (etching) undated Box 30
(872)
Crocus- wild, Switzerland (two girls sitting on grassy hill among white wildflowers with mountains in the background) undated Box 30
(880)
Kings River Canyon (horse with rider drinking in woodland stream) undated Box 30
(883)
Mono Lake, California (road along lake and wildflower covered hills) undated Box 30
(884)
Spaeth Nursery, Berlin (two woman working in field with plants) undated Box 30
(885)
Garden in Fontainebleau (stucco house with flower plantings along street) undated Box 30
(886)
Village scene, Volksberg, Alsaese? (stone house with orange tile shingle roofs) undated Box 30
(887)
Village street down south (pig along the curb in street) undated Box 30
(888)
Tree and field lined shallow brook undated Box 30
(889)
Old stone buildings by fenced- off field undated Box 30
(890)
Log camp, Lake Vassal P.Q. (man outside log cabin besides forest) undated Box 30
(891)
Snowcapped rocky mountain with evergreen trees at base undated Box 30
(893)
Rock River, Illinois State Park (river surrounded by rock formations and trees) undated Box 30
(895)
Zmutt Thal, Zermatt, Switzerland (cross surrounded by mountains and trees) undated Box 30
(896)
Salvan, Valais, Switzerland (man leading horse down mountain road) undated Box 30
(897)
Northern view of Lenox (etching) undated Box 30
(900)
Lake Vassal, Quebec (man tending campfire by lake) undated Box 30
(904)
A system of pleasure drives about Amherst (map) undated Box 30
(908)
A forest circuit 60 miles, study by Waugh (map) undated Box 30
(909)
Topographic Features the Connecticut river valley of natural beauty (map) undated Box 30
(912)
Amherst from Whippoorwill Farm undated Box 30
(914)
Swift River Circuit in the New Reservoir 52 miles, designed by Waugh (map) undated Box 30
(915)
Old Hampshire scenic Circuit 100 miles, over the hills and home again, designed by Waugh (map) undated Box 30
(916)
D.CA. French Garden (formal garden with fountain, bushes and gravel path) undated Box 30
(922)
Woman holding pumpkin undated Box 30
(925)
Prairie scene (horses grazing) undated Box 30
(927)
Sunderland (field with fence and elms) 1928 Box 30
(931)
River Road west from west 25th Mississippi Park, Minneapolis, Minnesota (road lined with trees) undated Box 30
(940)
Horse chestnut from Gilpin’s “Forest Scenery” (field with trees and cows) undated Box 30
(945)
Large Tree in field with two girls undated Box 30
(946)
Olive tree, Los Angeles (trees and structure along road) undated Box 30
(947)
The Grey Birches (lady with parasol among birches) undated Box 30
(948)
Palm Beach (Large stucco residence among palm trees) undated Box 30
(949)
Carolina Poplar, Vermont (country road with auto lined with trees) undated Box 30
(950)
Girl standing front of (Juniper?) trees undated Box 30
(952)
Camp- Lake Vassal P.Q. (log cabin and raft by a lake) 1909 Box 30
(953)
Birches Montague (tree-lined river) undated Box 30
(958)
Cows grazing in field by apple tree in bloom undated Box 30
(959)
Rock Garden – Hartford (rock steps with man sitting) undated Box 30
(960 (13))
Perennials – Falmouth undated Box 30
(961)
MSC Campus (Massachusetts State College campus, winter scene) undated Box 30
(962)
Summer Cottage, Siasconset (one story house with sign on door) undated Box 30
(963)
Waugh Garden (bed of flowers) undated Box 30
(964)
Armeria lauchean, MSC[Thrift] (Armeria laucheana flowers at Mass State College) undated Box 30
(965)
Sycamores, Amherst (Colonial house with sycamores in front) undated Box 30
(966)
Old Deerfield (Colonial Deerfield house with car) undated Box 30
(967)
Sheared Privet Hedge (sheared privet hedge with picket fence and house) undated Box 30
(968(50 with 3 on backside))
Cape Cod (single story cape cod house with picket fence) undated Box 30
(969)
An Amherst Garden (large trees in with lounging chair) undated Box 30
(970 )
Hollyhocks in Pelham (hollyhocks in side garden with house in background) undated Box 30
(971(18 on backside))
Hydrangea petiolaris, Amherst (Hydrangea petiolaris on Amherst house by two girls) undated Box 30
(972)
Dogwood, Amherst (dogwood tree in bloom with man observing) undated Box 30
(973)
Rockville, CT (a formal garden path lined with purple flowered trees) undated Box 30
(974(13 with 43 on backside))
Naturalized Narcissus (Narcissus garden with woman) undated Box 30
(975)
Siberian Iris (Siberian iris in garden with house in background) undated Box 30
(976 (45 with 44 on backside))
Waugh Garden (tall blue flowers with birdhouse) undated Box 30
(977)
Nantucket (two story house with white picket fence) undated Box 30
(978(68))
The Janitor’s House (large flowering rose on side of janitor’s house) undated Box 30
(979)
Natural Rock Garden (rock garden with flowers on top) undated Box 30
(980(57))
Residence of Prof.W.R.Hart – photo by A.K.H. (Residence in winter under snow) 1916-1917 Box 30
(981(D))
Foundation Plantings, Amherst (foundation plants in front of two story house) undated Box 30
(982(70))
Old Deerfield (colonial house and shed in Old Deerfield undated Box 30
(983(69))
Waugh Garden (stone wall topped with flowers and two jugs) undated Box 30
(984(48))
Rock Garden by Joe Whitney, Falmouth (small pond with lilies by rocks) undated Box 30
(985(11 with 7 and 25 on back))
American Elm, New Hampshire (Landscape of American elms, wood fence and mountains) undated Box 30
(986)
Japanese garden in Japan (tree leaning over pond with lily pads) undated Box 30
(987(12 with 42 on backside))
Lantern slides undated Box 35
Lantern slides undated Box 36
Lantern slides undated Box 37
Lantern slides undated Box 38
dingbat for decoration
Provenance

Portions of the collections donated by Hal Mosher, Debbie Smith, Samuel P. Snow, and Marie Welsh.

Processing Information

Processed by Rebecca Tran, December 2009.

Copyright and Use (More informationConnect to publication information)

Cite as: Frank A. Waugh Papers (FS 88). Special Collections and University Archives, W.E.B. Du Bois Library, University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Subjects

  • Landscape architecture--United States--History
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst--Faculty
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst. Department of Horticulture

Contributors

  • Waugh, Frank A. (Frank Albert), 1869-1943

Types of material

  • Etchings
  • Lantern slides
  • Photographs
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