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" The museums of the future in this democratic land should be adapted / to the needs of the mechanic, the factory operator, the day laborer, the salesman, and the clerk, as much as to those of the professional man and the man of leisure. "
Annual Report of the Board of Trustees of the Public Museum of the City of ... - Page 17
by Milwaukee Public Museum - 1888
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Annual Report of the Board of Trustees of the ..., Volume 14, Parts 1895-1902

Milwaukee Public Museum - 1897
...mechanic, the factory operator, the day laborer, the salesman, the clerk, the farmer, the gardener, as much as to those of the professional man and the man of leisure. I thoroughly agree with Dr. Brown Goode, and have endeavored to manage and equip the Museum in strict...
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Report Upon the Condition and Progress of the U.S. National Museum During ...

United States National Museum - 1891
...science, and art. What has been done is at the mere threshold of the work yet to be done." i^ The museums of the future in this democratic land should be adapted...arrange and explain the museums. It is proper that the laboratories be utilized to the fullest extent for the credit of the institution to which they...
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Report Upon the Condition and Progress of the U.S. National Museum During ...

United States National Museum - 1889
...What has been done is at the mere threshold of the work yet to be done." The museums of the future iu this democratic land should be adapted to the needs...arrange and explain the museums. It is proper that the laboratories be utilized to the fullest extent for the credit of the institution to which they...
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The Museums of the Future ...

George Brown Goode - 1891 - 19 pages
...science, and art. What has been done is at the mere threshold of the work yet to be done." The museums of the future in this democratic land should be adapted...arrange and explain the museums. It is proper that the laboratories be utilized to the fullest extent for the credit of the institution to which they...
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Report Upon the Condition and Progress of the U.S. National Museum During ...

United States National Museum - 1891
...at the mere threshold of the work yet to be done." The museums of the future in this democratic laud should be adapted to the needs of the mechanic, the...arrange and explain the museums. It is proper that the laboratories be utilized to the fullest extent for the credit of the institution to which they...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 41

1892
...and Arrangement iiMIiiseoiBB. — The museums of the future in this country, says G. Brown Goode, " should be adapted to the needs of the mechanic, the...professional man and the man of leisure. It is proper that the laboratories be utilized to the fullest extent for the credit of the institution to which they...
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A Memorial of George Brown Goode: Together with a Selection of His ..., Part 2

United States National Museum - 1901 - 515 pages
...should be adapted to the needs of the mechanic, the factory operator, the day laborer, the salesman, aud the clerk, as much as to those of the professional...man and the man of leisure. It is proper that there l)e laboratories aud professional libraries for the development of the experts who are to organize,...
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Proceedings of the Board of Regents

University of Michigan. Board of Regents - 1891
...Museum of the Future, in this democratic land should be adapted to the needs nf the factory operative, the day laborer, the salesman and the clerk as much...those of the professional man and the man of leisure. In short, the museum is first of all for the benefit of the public. The specimens must be prepared...
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The Gloom of the Museum, Issue 2

John Cotton Dana - 1917 - 45 pages
...museums in this democratic land should be adapted to the needs of the mechanic, clerk and salesman, as much as to those of the professional man and the man of leisure. Smithsonian Institution, 1897, Pt. 2. The new museum. John Cotton Dana. Describes the very radical...
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The New Museum: The gloom of the museum

John Cotton Dana - 1917
...museums in this democratic land should be adapted to the needs / ; of the mechanic, clerk and salesman, as much as to those of the / / professional man and the man of leisure. Smithsonian Institu-i tion, 1897, Pt. 2. The new museum. John Cotton Dana. Describes the very radical...
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