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  • anniversary of the Battle of Bunker Hill and other patriotic occasions. —Robyn Asleson Standing Committee of the Bunker Hill Monument Association, September 24
    20 KB (2,630 words) - 21:42, August 16, 2021
  • their Good Graces to Drag specimens in Flower & then in Fruit.” —Robyn Asleson Lamboll, Thomas, February 16, 1761, describing his wife’s gardening methods
    18 KB (2,353 words) - 18:03, September 16, 2021
  • their taste and talents in this department of science. The Hon. Robert R. Robert R. Livingston, our former Minister in France; Professor Mitchill, of this
    33 KB (4,689 words) - 17:28, September 13, 2021
  • that allowed the college to expand into a world-class university. —Robyn Asleson Mitchill, Samuel Latham, 1794, report to the Society for the Promotion of
    92 KB (13,119 words) - 22:42, August 16, 2021
  • and fell into ruin soon after Humphry Marshall’s death in 1801. —Robyn Asleson Marshall, Moses, June 27, 1784, in Bedford, PA, letter to Humphry Marshall
    39 KB (5,648 words) - 13:34, September 27, 2021
  • property was acquired by the Chester County Historical Society. —Robyn Asleson Fothergill, John, March 2, 1767, letter from London to Humphry Marshall
    32 KB (4,232 words) - 20:32, August 19, 2021
  • Home and Arboretum of Humphry Marshall, Early American Botanist. —Robyn Asleson Millikan, William, June 10, 1765, letter from New Marlborough, NC, to Humphry
    113 KB (16,648 words) - 19:41, September 21, 2021
  • Park is now under the stewardship of the National Park Service. —Robyn Asleson Bard, Samuel, April 1, 1764, letter from Edinburgh to John Bard (McVickar
    116 KB (17,032 words) - 18:25, August 23, 2021
  • family. It is unclear whether they also received their freedom. —Robyn Asleson Obituary of Susanna Warder, July 7, 1809, Poulson’s American Daily Advertiser:
    16 KB (2,226 words) - 21:32, October 5, 2021
  • Association in cooperation with Philadelphia Parks and Recreation. —Robyn Asleson Bartram, John, 1740/41, letter to Peter Bayard describing hedges (1992:
    50 KB (7,152 words) - 19:49, September 1, 2021
  • Grove—the latter was judged to be in “the best state of preservation.” —Robyn Asleson Jackson, John, March 30, 1789, letter to Humphry Marshall (Darlington 1849:
    34 KB (4,382 words) - 20:25, August 19, 2021
  • Kathleen Lee, Jessica Ruse, Courtney Tompkins, Abby S. Whitlock Robyn Asleson, Elizabeth Athens, Lacey Baradel, Kathryn Barush, Alexander Brey, Barbara
    3 KB (293 words) - 18:14, September 15, 2021

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