Ames, Oakes, and Pauline Ames Plimpton. Oakes Ames, Jottings of a Harvard Botanist, 1874-1950. 2nd ed. Cambridge, Mass.: Botanical Museum of Harvard U :, 1979. Print.
"Borderland State Park." Energy and Environmental Affairs. DCR. Web. 10 Apr. 2015. <http://www.mass.gov/eea/agencies/dcr/massparks/region-south/borderland-state-park.html>.
Clark, Anne Biller. My Dear Mrs. Ames: A Study of Suffragist Cartoonist Blanche Ames Ames. Vol. 26. New York: P. Lang, 2001. Print.
Kenneally, James. Blanche Ames and Woman Suffrage: The Story of the Fight for Passage of the Woman Suffrage Amendment in the Town of Easton and the State of Massachusetts, 1915-1920. North Easton, MA: Friends of Borderland, 1993. Print.
"Spring Buds Over Lake" by Karen Wilcox, "Dragonfly on Lily Pad" by Karen Cleary, “Calm” by Karen Wilcox, "House of Flowers" by Kornel Jonas, "A Wooden Door" by Linda Little, “Celebrating a Century!” by Karen Wilcox, “The Mansion After Dark” by Al Merrill, “Sepia Reflection” by Karen Wilcox, “Springtime Visitor” by Karen Wilcox, “December’s Snow Man” by Ken Conway, “Come In From The Cold” by Lori Lucas, "Lilly Bay" by Camille Yahrmarkt,Orchid illustrations by Blanche Ames Ames, Numerous photos by Joe Harris, numerous photos provided by Oakes Ames Plimpton and Borderland State Park archives
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