1854, gift of H.C. Rawlinson to Rev. William Frederick Williams; 1854, gift of Rev. W. F. Williams to Union College, Schenectedy, NY; 1931, purchased from Union College by C. E. Wells for J. D. Rockefeller; acquired by the Museum in 1931, gift of J. D. Rockefeller.
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