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German Educational Exhibits at St. Louis

Nature volume 71, page 513 (30 March 1905) | Download Citation



THE German educational exhibit at St. Louis was, as is usual with German exhibits, remarkably complete, and to enhance its value a series of descriptive catalogues was issued. Among the science catalogues were three on scientific instruments, chemistry, and medicine respectively which have special interest for readers of NATURE. They are all on the same plan, and include a general introduction explanatory of the scope of the work, and a detailed account of the apparatus, &c., exhibited. They served a twofold purpose, that of informing visitors to the exhibition as to what there was to see, and also that of bringing together an account of the best products of German workmanship in the respective subjects of the catalogue.

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