OPENING NATURE of April 16 at p. 551, I am astounded to read: “What has the Natural History Museum done to make Darwin's . . . discoveries current amongst his own people? Nothing! Except for a few isolated exhibits, shown almost in holes and corners. . .”
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BATHER, F. The Development of Natural History Museums. Nature 119, 639 (1927). https://doi.org/10.1038/119639c0
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