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|Named Person:||Humphry Marshall; William Darlington; John Bartram; William Bartram|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Friend's Historical Association|
On program cover: "To be held four miles west of West Chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania in Marshallton at the colonial home and arboretum of Humphrey Marshall, 1722-1801, the Quaker botanist. Seventh Day (Saturday), Fifth Month (May) 18, 1935 at 3:30 PM Daylight Savings Time."
Papers presented included: " Humphrey Marshall, botanist and explore" by George B. Johnson, "Dr. William Darlington, physician, botanist and public spirited Chester Countian" by William T. Sharpless, "Humble followers of Darlington" by Hugh Stone, and "John and William Bartram" by Arthur N. Lees.
Program note: "Pierre S. DuPont cordially invites members and their friends reroute to Marshallton to visit his estate Longwood Gardens. . .which includes the early arboretum, lately known as Peirce's Park, planted by the Quaker twins brothers, Joshua and Samuel Peirce. . ."
|Description:||[S.l.] : the Assocaiton, 1936.|
|Other Titles:||Notes early American Quaker botanists.|
|Responsibility:||Friends Historical Association.|