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The Museums of the Future ... - Page 439
by George Brown Goode - 1891 - 19 pages
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Nature, Volume 48

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1893
...collections must from the very beginning divide themselves into these two classes, and in planning for its administration, provision should be made not...collections not available for exhibition to be used for the ttudies of a very limited number of specialists." The museum of comparative zoology at Harvard, founded...
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Annual Report of the Board of Trustees of the ..., Volume 14, Parts 1895-1902

Milwaukee Public Museum - 1897
...collections must, from the very beginning, divide themselves into these two classes, and in planning for its administration, provision should be made not...studies of a very limited number of specialists." The founders of this Museum had a correct idea of the educational value of such an institution. Prof....
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Annual Report of the Board of Trustees of the ..., Volume 6, Parts 1887-1895

Milwaukee Public Museum - 1888
...divide themselves into these two classes, and in planning for its administration, provisions should he made, not only for the exhibition of objects in glass...studies of a very limited number of specialists." Most people think a Public Library of such greater importance than a Public Museum. On this point Dr....
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Report Upon the Condition and Progress of the U.S. National Museum During ...

1891
...collections must from the very beginning divide themselves into these two classes, and in planning for its administration provision should be made not...specialists. Lord Bacon, who, as we have noticed, was the tirst to whom occurred the idea of a great museum of science and art, complained three centuries ago,...
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Essays on museums and other subjects connected with natural history, by Sir ...

William Henry Flower - Natural history - 1898 - 394 pages
...collections must, from the very beginning, divide themselves into these two classes, and in planning for its administration provision should be made not...studies of a very limited number of specialists." The museum of comparative zoology at Harvard, founded by the late Louis Agassiz, and now ably administered...
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Report of Proceedings, Volume 4, Part 1893

Museums Association, Henry M. Platnauer, Elijah Howarth, James Paton - Museums - 1893
...collections must from the very beginning divide themselves into these two classes, and in planning for its administration, provision should be made not...studies of a very limited number of specialists." The museum of comparative zoology at Harvard, founded by the late Louis Agassiz, and now ably administered...
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Nature, Volume 48

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1893
...collections must from the very beginning divide themselves into these two classes, and in planning for its administration, provision should be made not...studies of a very limited number of specialists." The museum of comparative zoology at Harvard, founded by the late Louis Aga'siz and now ably administered...
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Nature, Volume 48

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1893
...collections must from the very beginning divide themselves into these two classes, and in planning for its administration, provision should be made not...studies of a very limited number of specialists." The museum of comparative zoology at Harvard, founded by the late Louis Agassiz and now ably administered...
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Nature, Volume 48

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1893
...collections must from the very beginning divide themselves into these two classes, and in planning for its administration, provision should be made not...studies of a very limited number of specialists." The museum of comparative zoology at Harvard, founded by the late Louis Agassiz and now ably administered...
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