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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-53

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museums 49 Extensive additions have been made to this Museum by the Council and by the donations of private individuals This Museum is under the charge of the Board of the Department of Applied Sciences natural history minerals &c Valuable collections of Minerals of Geological specimens and of Chemical productions both natural and artificial as well as illustrations of the different processes of Manufactures in their various stages are also open to Students during Term architecture and building construction An extensive collection of Building Materials and Illus- trative Diagrams Drawings and Photos of the principal buildings under the various styles to assist the Student to trace the constructive and ornamental details of Architecture and Building Construction is open to Students during Term special Lending Library of Books relating to Architec- ture and Building Construction is open for the use of Matriculated Students attending the Engineering Course natural history and medical museum Hugh Playfair Curator The Museums comprise Anatomy Human and Com- parative Healthy and Morbid Materia Medica Botany Chemistry Toxicology Mineralogy Geology and other branches of Natural History also Collections of Dia grams for illustrating the Lectures on these various subjects The Pathological Collection is very complete and includes large number of preparations which were presented by the late Dr Hooper and Green Esq and is being continually added to by the Professors old pupils and other friends of the College The collection of specimens illustrating the comparative anatomy of animals is extensive though still requiring many additions to make it complete type collection This is notably the case with the Crustacea specimens to illustrate which will be gratefully acknowledged by the Curator
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