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DATE

1949-01

ABSTRACT

THE collecting instinct is strong in nearly all human beings all ages. It takes various forms at different periods of our lives, but is always present. But collecting involves collections, and thus museums and art galleries became a necessary adjunct to civilization as a place to deposit the vast accumulatinons of objects made by individuals and organisations. Originally museums were simply buildings in which such accumulations could be deposited and conserved ; and many a museum has been burdened by Sir X‘s collection of African trophies or Mr. Y‘s cabinets of marine shells from the Pacific. More... »

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1

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Nature

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4131

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163

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