The American Museum Journal, Vol. 7: 1907 by American Museum of Natural History

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Excerpt from The American Museum Journal, Vol. 7: 1907

The guide leaflet now in press is No. 23 of the series and is entitled Peruvian Mummies and what they Teach. The book has been prepared by Mr. C. W. Mead, assistant curator of the Department of Ethnology, and is intended as an introduction to the study of the Peruvian Hall (no. 302 of the third, or gallery, floor of the Museum). Non-members of the Museum may obtain the pamphlet for ten cents at the entrance to the building or by writing to the Librarian.

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