Pauline Plimpton (Ames) (1901 - 1995)

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About Pauline Plimpton (Ames)

Blanche Ames Ames (1878 – 1969) was an artist, inventor, writer, and prominent supporter of women's suffrage and birth control. Born Blanche Ames in Lowell, Massachusetts, she was the daughter of Civil War General and Mississippi Governor Adelbert Ames and Blanche Butler Ames and the sister of Adelbert Ames Jr..

A Smith College alumna, she married Harvard University botany professor Oakes Ames (no relation) in 1910 and took the married name Blanche Ames Ames. The Ameses had four children: Pauline (b. 1901), Oliver (b. 1903), Amyas (b. 1906), and Evelyn (b. 1910). Among several grandchildren was George Ames Plimpton, famed sportswriter.

Their estate in North Easton, Massachusetts, called Borderland, is now Borderland State Park.


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