By: Susan Sheets-Pyenson
144 pages, B/w photos
Colonial natural history museums were an important and previously neglected feature in the developing landscape of `big science'. Although the museum movement died at the turn of the century, it left a legacy of cathedrals of science as monuments to remarkable intellectual visions.
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