First issued in Directions 44
Our December talk in London was centred upon a review of ‘showing the way’ around the British Museum. The Museum has functioned for some 250 years as an archive and gallery which specialises in social and cultural aspects of human history world-wide. Branches of the Museum that are dedicated to the exact sciences and to natural history are located in South Kensington; the principal, headquarters building remains, where first established, in Bloomsbury, London.
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