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Abstract Introduction Tucked between an industrial stretch of the lower Schuylkill River and a housing project in Southwest Philadelphia, Bartram's Garden has been engaged in a battle against obscurity and neglect for more than one hundred years. Once an internationally celebrated scientific and...
Abstract Two gardens created by American artists in the Philadelphia region in the early national period will be the focus of this article.1 The first and better known site is Belfield, the estate acquired and developed in the 1810S by the successful American painter, naturalist and museum...
Abstract The first public conservatory in the United States was built as part of the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia, one of 249 structures erected in the city's Fairmount Park to house what many considered the first true world's fair held in North America (figure 1).1 A total of 36...
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