'History of New Museums', 1716 - 1891
Scope and Contents
This collection of records assembled by John Willis Clark, documents the development of the former Botanic Garden in central Cambridge as the site - the New Museums site as it became known - for teaching and research in science subjects. Clark, who was Superintendent of the Museum of Zoology and Secretary of the Museums and Lecture Rooms Syndicate 1865-91, provided a contents list at the start of each volume. This has been transcribed in the descriptions below.
- 1716 - 1891
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Biographical / Historical
John Willis Clark was Registrary, 1891-1910.
2 volume(s) (2 guard books) : paper
Language of Materials
The online catalogue was completed in August 2005.
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