This Belongs in a Museum

Once called the "Stephen Fry of Museum Blogging," this tumblog, written by a frustrated museologist, is dedicated to the small, random museums and weird attractions of the world. Always informative, usually funny, sometimes offensive.

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“Edgar Allan Poe (right), who spent time at the Academy of Natural Sciences doing research on mollusks; John Leidy, a young medical student (center); and Samuel George Morton, a physician and naturalist, at the Academy’s new building at Broad and Samson Streets in Philadelphia during the winter of 1842-43. This daguerreotype is the oldest known photograph of the interior of an American museum.” (nytimes)

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