It is with a keen sense of how far short of the real mark he shall come that the writer aims at the center of this target. It is also with an appreciation of the situation in the average college with regard to meager funds, limited space, lack of appreciation by the authorities as well as the public, and the frequent unpreparedness along museum lines and the overworked condition of the professor of natural sciences.
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Bailey, B. H.
"The Building and Function of the College Museum,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 22(1), 358-362.
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