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David J. Kennedy, ''Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences'', 1817, watercolor, 9 1/2 x 7 2/3 in. (24 x 20 cm). [http://digitallibrary.hsp.org/index.php/Detail/Object/Show/object_id/545 Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia].
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David J. Kennedy, ''Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences'', 1817, watercolor, 9 1/2 x 7 2/3 in. (24 x 20 cm). [https://digitallibrary.hsp.org/index.php/Detail/objects/649 Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia].
  
 
Inscription: Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences in Arch Street between 2 0/11 and Front North Side in 1817. /  A party consisting of Messrs Maclure Ord Say & Peale went this year to Florida to collect specimens and returned with a large number. The above is the first building appropriated for that purpose. D.J Kennedy.
 
Inscription: Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences in Arch Street between 2 0/11 and Front North Side in 1817. /  A party consisting of Messrs Maclure Ord Say & Peale went this year to Florida to collect specimens and returned with a large number. The above is the first building appropriated for that purpose. D.J Kennedy.

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David J. Kennedy
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1817
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Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences
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Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences in Arch Street between 2 0/11 and Front North Side in 1817. / A party consisting of Messrs Maclure Ord Say & Peale went this year to Florida to collect specimens and returned with a large number. The above is the first building appropriated for that purpose. D.J Kennedy.
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David J. Kennedy, Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences, 1817, watercolor, 9 1/2 x 7 2/3 in. (24 x 20 cm). Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

Inscription: Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences in Arch Street between 2 0/11 and Front North Side in 1817. / A party consisting of Messrs Maclure Ord Say & Peale went this year to Florida to collect specimens and returned with a large number. The above is the first building appropriated for that purpose. D.J Kennedy.

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