You can read Blaine's obituary (published by The Oregonian) online. Ines' obituary is also available online.
Blaine contributed numerous pages to the Whipple Website:
- Overview of the Whipple Research Project (submitted June 15, 1997, five months after Whipple.org went online)
- Who Was John's Wife?
- America's Railroads and Skyscrapers Indebted to Civil Engineer Squire Whipple
- Experiments in Artificial Anemia Earn George Hoyt Whipple the 1934 Nobel Prize in Medicine
- Clara Barton, American Humanitarian
- The Whipple Flag
He also sent photos of two reunions:
Some of Blaine's books on the Ipswich (Massachusetts) Whipples are featured at books.whipple.org. That site says to purchase his titles from BlaineWhipple.com, which seems to have gone dark? Some are available at Amazon.com. As I confirm places to purchase his books, I will update this site.
There are undoubtedly more pages by Blaine on the Whipple Website.
(Blaine is in the Whipple Genweb at whipple.org/17687, also at iWhipple.org/17687. Updated information from his and Ines' obituaries should appear online in the next 304 days.)
Rest in Peace, Blaine Whipple!
(Special thanks to Ray Whipple for informing me of Blaine's death. Ray is the author of the book The Whipples of Ipswich and its Hamlet, featured on the Whipple Blog in 2009. Ray is in the Whipple Genweb at whipple.org/49296 and iWhipple.org/49296.)