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Museums and Collections

Displaying 851 - 875 of 875
Title Date Summary
851 Harry Fields
Normal Eyte 8:11, p.156
11/19/1898 Brought duck specimen to museum.
852 The members of the M'Arey Natural History Association
Normal Eyte 8:6, p.83
10/15/1898 Presents plaque commemorating gift of cycad fossil to Museum.
853 Jennie Curtis
Normal Eyte 8:1, p.10
9/10/1898 Not yet returned from trip to Bermuda Islands; will bring biological specimens when she does return.
854 Professor Newton
Normal Eyte 7:33, p.15
5/21/1898 Description of new museum specimens.
855 The M'Arey Association
Normal Eyte 7:28, p.14
4/16/1898 Account of recent meeting; Class of 1898 purchases cycad fossil for museum.
856 The museum
Normal Eyte 7:14, p.162
12/11/1897 Growing rapidly; attracting attention.
857 Biennial period, 1895-1897
Normal Eyte 7:12, p.136
11/27/1897 President Seerley's report on the museum, laboratories, the library, faculty organization, and the summer session.
858 In the museum
Normal Eyte 7:10, p.114
11/13/1897 New cases and specimens improve displays.
859 Official News and Notes
Normal Eyte 7:5, p.50
10/8/1897 New science apparatus; new cases in Museum; music doing well under C. A. Fullerton; drawing tables ordered; those involved in extracurricular activities must keep up with their schoolwork.
860 Official News and Notes
Normal Eyte 7:2, p.14
9/18/1897 Fall 1897 enrollment highest ever; 114 candidates for graduation in 1898; library improvements successful; museum improving; English faculty working hard to test literary society candidates; E. B. Baldwin will speak.
861 Joe Vance
Normal Eyte 6:33, p.449
6/12/1897 Contributed bird to museum collection.
862 Mr. Walters
Normal Eyte 6:27, p.315
4/24/1897 Preparing many specimens for Museum.
863 Professor Parish
Normal Eyte 6:25, p.296
4/10/1897 Surprised at Museum.
864 Several specimens
Normal Eyte 6:22, p.261
3/20/1897 Added to Museum collection.
865 Contributions to Museum
Normal Eyte 6:20, p.236
2/20/1897 Thirty specimens mounted and a dozen more are being mounted; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Walters are the taxidermists; Harry Field is contributing specimens.
866 At last
Normal Eyte 6:10, p.110
11/14/1896 Museum collection now much improved.
867 Mr. G. W. Newton
Normal Eyte 6:3, p.28
9/26/1896 Putting museum into good order.
868 The new museum cases
Normal Eyte 6:2, p.15
9/19/1896 New rooms assigned to museum collections.
869 Board meeting items
Normal Eyte 5:29, p.268
5/2/1896 Board elects faculty and arranges them into departments; new laboratories established; museum will get new cases; C. P. Colegrove will take over President Seerley's classes.
870 The museum
Normal Eyte 5:1, p.4
9/21/1895 Lewis Minkel donates specimens of the skink.
871 We are pleased
Normal Eyte 4:22, p.341
3/2/1895 Detailed look at plans and progress on the new building (Old Administration); will house library, offices, recitation rooms, gymnasium, natural science department, and museum; corridor will connect the building to Gilchrist Hall.
872 Some of the tangible results
Normal Eyte 3:25, p.200
3/17/1894 Some of Professor Arey's specimens from the Bahamas have arrived.
873 Prof. Arey
Normal Eyte 3:4, p.31
9/30/1893 Acquires two snakes for museum.
874 Prof. Arey
Normal Eyte 3:1, p.7
9/9/1893 Returned from expedition in August; most specimens will go to University of Iowa, but some will come to ISNS.
875 The zoological donation
Normal Eyte 1:9, p.70
3/8/1892 Receives set of sea invertebrates from Smithsonian Institution.

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