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" In 1859 the institution was incorporated, its object being "the increase and diffusion of scientific knowledge by a museum, by a library, by the reading and publication of original papers, and by such other suitable methods as shall from time to time... "
Act of incorporation, constitution, by-laws, and lists of officers and ... - Page iii
by Chicago Academy of Sciences - 1865 - 63 pages
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Library journal, Volume 20

Richard Rogers Bowker, Charles Ammi Cutter, Library Association - Libraries - 1895
...incorporated under the general law of the state as " The Chicago Academy of Sciences," its object being " the increase and diffusion of scientific knowledge...suitable methods as shall from time to time be adopted." {August, '95 In 1862, Mr. Robert Kennicott, the first director of the museum, returned from an extensive...
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Constitution and By-laws of the Chicago Academy of Sciences, as Amended and ...

Chicago Academy of Sciences - 1900 - 16 pages
..."The Chicago Academy of Sciences." AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE CHICAGO ACADEMY OF SCIENCES. Whereas, An Association has heretofore been formed in the City...Now, therefore, in order to encourage and promote the above declared objects of the said Association: SECTION 1. he it Enacted />y the People of the State...
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The University Studies, Volume 2

Universities and colleges - 1906
...incorporated, its object being "the increase and diffusion of scientific knowledge by a museum, by a library, by the reading and publication of original...suitable methods as shall from time to time be adopted." In 1862 a new charter was obtained. In the same year Robert Kennicott, the first director, returned...
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Illinois Libraries, Volumes 2-4

Katharine Lucinda Sharp - Libraries - 1906
...incorporated, its object being "the increase and diffusion of scientific knowledge by a museum, by a library, by the reading and publication of original...suitable methods as shall from time to time be adopted." In 1862 a new charter was obtained. In the same year Robert Kennicott, the first director, returned...
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