THE LIFE AND TIMES OF MARY VAUX WALCOTT
The "Audubon of Botany," Philadelphia Quaker Walcott was a gifted artist who catalogued North American wildflowers in skilled watercolors. She was catapulted to the highest levels of society and politics by a late, bold marriage to the secretary of the Smithsonian. Her life was a rich intersection of religion, politics, science, and art. Illustrated, many in color.
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