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John Bowman Bartram Special Collections Library [Contact Us]
1957-1993
Creator:
Wilson, Conrad, 1921-2005
Extent: 3 linear feet
Conrad Wilson (1921-2005) and Colonel William Eber Frame Jr. (1924-2007) were descendants of "Father of American Botany" John Bartram (1699-1777). Both Wilson and Frame were avid historians and genealogists. The Conrad Wilson and Colonel William Eber Frame genealogy research files on the Bartram family, 1957-1993, consist of materials gathered by Frame and Wilson relating to Bartram family genealogy. (View full finding aid.)
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Conrad Wilson and William E. Frame genealogy research files on the Bartram family
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Wilson, Conrad, 1921-2005
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BG.02
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3 linear feet
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1957-1993
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Conrad Wilson (1921-2005) and Colonel William Eber Frame Jr. (1924-2007) were descendants of "Father of American Botany" John Bartram (1699-1777). Both Wilson and Frame were avid historians and genealogists. The Conrad Wilson and Colonel William Eber Frame genealogy research files on the Bartram family, 1957-1993, consist of materials gathered by Frame and Wilson relating to Bartram family genealogy.
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John Bowman Bartram Special Collections Library [Contact Us]
1963-1999
Creator:
McKinley, Daniel
Extent: 30 linear feet
Daniel L. McKinley (1925-2010) was a biology professor and historian of natural history. The Daniel McKinley book research files on natural history, 1963-1999, consist mostly of article reprints and an associated card file, but also feature biographical files on historically important naturalists. Featured in McKinley's biographical research are "the father of American botany" John Bartram (1699-1777) and his son, naturalist William Bartram (1739-1823). (View full finding aid.)
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Daniel McKinley research files on the history of natural history
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McKinley, Daniel
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BG.04
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30 linear feet
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1963-1999
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Daniel L. McKinley (1925-2010) was a biology professor and historian of natural history. The Daniel McKinley book research files on natural history, 1963-1999, consist mostly of article reprints and an associated card file, but also feature biographical files on historically important naturalists. Featured in McKinley's biographical research are "the father of American botany" John Bartram (1699-1777) and his son, naturalist William Bartram (1739-1823).
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John Bowman Bartram Special Collections Library [Contact Us]
1768-2012
Creator:
John Bartram Association.
Extent: 19 linear feet
John Bartram (1699-1777), the "Father of American Botany," created a botanic garden in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that is widely considered the first true botanic collection in North America. In 1891 the City of Philadelphia purchased his estate as a historic site, and the John Bartram Association--primarily constituted of his descendants--was established in 1893 to help with the administration and interpretation of the property. The John Bartram Association collection on the Bartram family, 1768-2012, includes various materials created by or on the subject of John Bartram (1699-1777) and his descendants. It includes some original and many copies of Bartram family documents, photographs, book research, genealogical research, and plant information. (View full finding aid.)
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John Bartram Association collection on the Bartram family
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John Bartram Association.
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BG.05
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19 linear feet
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1768-2012
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John Bartram (1699-1777), the "Father of American Botany," created a botanic garden in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that is widely considered the first true botanic collection in North America. In 1891 the City of Philadelphia purchased his estate as a historic site, and the John Bartram Association--primarily constituted of his descendants--was established in 1893 to help with the administration and interpretation of the property. The John Bartram Association collection on the Bartram family, 1768-2012, includes various materials created by or on the subject of John Bartram (1699-1777) and his descendants. It includes some original and many copies of Bartram family documents, photographs, book research, genealogical research, and plant information.
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John Bowman Bartram Special Collections Library [Contact Us]
1911-2012
Creator:
John Bartram Association.
Extent: 30 linear feet
John Bartram (1699-1777), the "Father of American Botany," created a botanic garden in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that is widely considered the first true botanic collection in North America. In 1891 the City of Philadelphia purchased his estate as a historic site, and the John Bartram Association was established in 1893 to help with the administration and interpretation of the property. The John Bartram Association records, 1911-2012, consist of records of the John Bartram Association, especially pertaining to its management of the Bartram's Garden site. The collection includes financial and administrative records, reports and architectural plans generated by consultants, photographs and slides, documentation of archaeological digs, and mailings of the Bartram Trail Society. (View full finding aid.)
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John Bartram Association records
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John Bartram Association.
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BG.01
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30 linear feet
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1911-2012
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John Bartram (1699-1777), the "Father of American Botany," created a botanic garden in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that is widely considered the first true botanic collection in North America. In 1891 the City of Philadelphia purchased his estate as a historic site, and the John Bartram Association was established in 1893 to help with the administration and interpretation of the property. The John Bartram Association records, 1911-2012, consist of records of the John Bartram Association, especially pertaining to its management of the Bartram's Garden site. The collection includes financial and administrative records, reports and architectural plans generated by consultants, photographs and slides, documentation of archaeological digs, and mailings of the Bartram Trail Society.
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John Bowman Bartram Special Collections Library [Contact Us]
1905-2012
(Bulk: 1980-2012)
Creator:
John Bartram Association.
Extent: 16.25 linear feet
John Bartram (1699-1777), the "Father of American Botany," created a botanic garden in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that is widely considered the first true botanic collection in North America. In 1891 the City of Philadelphia purchased his estate as a historic site, and the John Bartram Association was established in 1893 to help with the administration and interpretation of the property. The John Bartram Association research files, 1905-2012, consist of research materials relating to the Bartram family and Bartram's Gardens. (View full finding aid.)
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John Bartram Association research files
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John Bartram Association.
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BG.03
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16.25 linear feet
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1905-2012
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1980-2012
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John Bartram (1699-1777), the "Father of American Botany," created a botanic garden in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that is widely considered the first true botanic collection in North America. In 1891 the City of Philadelphia purchased his estate as a historic site, and the John Bartram Association was established in 1893 to help with the administration and interpretation of the property. The John Bartram Association research files, 1905-2012, consist of research materials relating to the Bartram family and Bartram's Gardens.
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