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The primary sources used for Municipal Improvement Plan page were a letter between Mira Lloyd Dock and the president of the PA Forestry Assn. and the Harrisburg Executive Committee Minutes from Oct 1901. Those used for the Mira Lloyd Dock and J. Horace McFarland page were three letters from J. Horace McFarland to Mira Lloyd Dock: the first from September 26, 1905; the second from November 28, 1905, and third from January 30, 1920. The primary sources used for the Horticulture Societies page were letters from Jane B. Haives, Elizabether Leightor Lee, ad Marion Parris to Mira Lloyd Dock in 1910, 1911, and 1909 respectively. The primary sources used for the Pennsylvania Forestry Association page were two Mira Lloyd Dock letters:the first to the president of the PA Forestry Association and the second to F. L. Bitters, the recording secretary. The secondary source used for the Municipal Improvement Plan and Mira Lloyd Dock and J. Horace McFarland pages was City Contented, City Discontented: a History of Modern Harrisburg by Paul Beers. One was used for the Horticulture Societies page:ExplorePAHistory.com database's information page on Mira Lloyd Dock titled "Mira Lloyd Dock Historical Marker". Lastly, the two secondary sources used for the PA Forestry Assn. page were City Contented, City Discontented: a History of Modern Harrisburg by Paul Beers and ExplorePAHistory.com database's information page on Mira Lloyd Dock titled "Mira Lloyd Dock Historical Marker".