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Title: New National Museum, Washington, D. C.

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Title: New National Museum, Washington, D. C.
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Publication location: Washington, D. C.
Publisher: W. B. Garrison, Inc.

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Description: The New National Museum, Washington, D.C., is under the direction of the Smithsonian Institution and supported by annual appropriations b Congress. It has a frontage of 561 feet on the Mall opposite the Old National Museum, a depth of 365 feet, a height of 82 feet, and cost $3,500,000. No greater opportunity for scientific research is found anywhere in the world than the combined collections of the Old and New National Museums at Washington. Here one may see any sort of exhibit from a huge meteorite to a few grains of sand, may trace human progress from antediluvian days to twentieth century civilization, may gaze upon skeletons of huge extinct animals, behold a collection of nearly 13,000 different species of birds, or view historic and personal relics of priceless value.

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Date scanned: 06/29/2007
Person scanning: Pim van den Assum
Date converted: 6/29/2007
Person converting: Pim van den Assum
Scanner used: Hp
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