Forestry in the Museum of Science and Industry
Not many Americans outside of Chicago know that there is building in that city a great museum to depict the progress of industry. Considerable space will be devoted to forestry and lumbering, and it is fortunate that the Museum has obtained a man to plan and direct the acquisition and installation of suitable exhibit material who knows both forestry and the forest industries from training and experience. Mr. Bay tells in this article what he has planned. Many of the models are already completed.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Research Associate in Forestry, Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Illinois
Publication date: 1932-01-01
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