Mr. J. H. Leonard

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    BY the death of John Henry Leonard, which took place at a Kensington nursing home on Dec. 4, the Trustees of the British Museum have lost the services of one who was the first to hold the office of guide-lecturer at the Natural History Museum. The appointment was, at the beginning, regarded purely as an experiment, and was the result of the steady campaign conducted by the late Lord Sudeley to make the great national museums more attractive and more interesting to the general public.

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    Mr. J. H. Leonard. Nature 129, 15 (1932) doi:10.1038/129015b0

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