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" ... 5. To enable such students as may find Washington the best point for their special studies to enjoy the advantages of the museums, libraries, laboratories, observatory, meteorological, piscicultural, and forestry schools, and kindred institutions... "
The Current Encyclopedia: A Monthly Record of Human Progress - Página 972
1902
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Nature, Volumen65

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1902
...be open to them in the museums, libraries, laboratories, observatory, meteorological, piscicultural and forestry schools and kindred institutions of the several departments of the Government. (6) To ensure the prompt publication and distribution of the results of scientific investigation, a field...
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Nature, Volumen67

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1903
...enable him to make the work for which he seems specially designed his life work. "6. — To ensure the prompt publication and distribution of the results of scientific investigation ; a field considered highly important. . . . " The chief purpose of the founder being to secure if possible for the United...
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Scribner's Magazine ..., Volumen31

Edward Livermore Burlingame, Robert Bridges, Alfred Dashiell, Harlan Logan - 1902
...the advantages of the museums, libraries, laboratories, observatory, meteorological, piscicultural, and forestry schools, and kindred institutions of...results of scientific investigation, a field considered highly important. In one comprehensive phrase he stated his aim as follows : It is proposed to found...
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School and Home Education, Volumen21

George Pliny Brown, George Alfred Brown, William Chandler Bagley - 1901
...may find Washington the best point for their special studies to avail themselves of such ¡ulvantages as may be open to them in the museums, libraries,...various institutions in Washington or elsewhere, and bj enabling men fitted for special work to devote themselves to it, through salaried fellowships or...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volumen60

1902
...the advantages of the museums, libraries, laboratories, observatory, meteorological, piscicultural, and forestry schools, and kindred institutions of the several departments of the Government. 6. To ensure the prompt publication and distribution of the results of scientific investigation, a field...
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Year Book

1903
...the advantages of the Museums, Libraries, Laboratories, Observatories, Meteorological, Piscicultural, and Forestry Schools, and kindred institutions of...results of scientific investigation, a field considered highly important. These would seem to divide themselves into three groups. The first is the organization...
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The New International Encyclopædia, Volumen4

Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby - 1902
...the advantages of the museums, libraries, laboratories, observatory, meteorological, piscicultural, and forestry schools, and kindred institutions of...results of scientific investigation, a field considered highly important. The institution was duly organized on January 29, 1902, when the following officers...
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The Carnegie Institution of Washington

Carnegie Institution of Washington - 1902 - 16 páginas
...the advantages of the Museums, Libraries, Laboratories, Observatory, Meteorological, Piscicultural, and Forestry Schools, and kindred institutions of the several departments of the Government. 6. To ensure the prompt publication and distribution of the results of scientific investigation, a field...
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The Carnegie Institution of Washington, D. C.: Founded by Andrew Carnegie 1902

Carnegie Institution of Washington - 1902 - 16 páginas
...Forestry Schools, and kindred institutions of the several departments of the Government. 6. To ensure the prompt publication and distribution of the results of scientific investigation, a field considered highly important. If in any year the full income of the Trust cannot be usefully expended or devoted...
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The International year book

Frank Moore Colby, Harry Thurston Peck - 1902
...the advantages of the museums, libraries, laboratories, observatory, meteorological, piscicultural, and forestry schools and kindred institutions of the several departments of the government. Sixth — To insure the prompt publication and distribution of the results of scientific investigation,...
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