Making your own nature museum

  • 128 Pages
  • 0.86 MB
  • English
F. Watts , New York
Natural history -- Exhibitions -- Design and construction -- Juvenile literature., Biological specimens -- Collection and preservation -- Juvenile literature., Geological specimens -- Collection and preservation -- Juvenile literature., Natural history museums -- Juvenile literature., Natural history -- Exhibitions -- Design and construction., Biological specimens -- Collection and preservation., Geological specimens -- Collection and preserva
About the Edition

Gives instructions for collecting, preserving, identifying, and displaying a nature collection.

Statementby Ruth B. (Alford) MacFarlane ; illustrated by Jean Lynn Alred.
SeriesA Venture book
ContributionsAlred, Jean Lynn, ill.
LC ClassificationsQH70.A1 M3 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination128 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2209405M
ISBN 100531108090
LC Control Number89031826

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