... things thus lent will be of more service to the community than when they are resting, relatively unseen and unused, in the museum's headquarters. 9. Prepare and display, at the headquarters, at branches and in schools, carefully selected objects which... The New Museum - Página 17por John Cotton Dana - 1917Vista completa
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...societies for any proper use and for any reasonable length of time . . . museum's objects . . . [to] be of more service to the community than when they...activities in field, factory, and workshop. . . . These may be planned to attract and interest the business man, or to draw to them the women, or to arouse...