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1 Museum of Wesleyan Univer

1, 935 3,955 690 2,040

7,350 90, 610

1,000 sity. 2 Herbarium of Prof. Daniel C.

Eaton. 3 Illinois Museum of Natural 129

900 266

8, 132

37 900 10 562 History. 4 Indiana State University Mu

seum.a
5 Notre Dame Museum*

340
456
800

45 6 Tabor College Museum

158 231 345

1, 240

718
3,983 96

965 7 Museums of Amherst College. 1, 152 616

5,000 5, 020 8,00

43 8 Museum of the Boston Society 7,573 16,387 700 3, 650 Mapy. Many 43 1, 200

of Natural History. 9 Gray's Herbarium, Harvard

University. 10 Museum of the City Library 722

1, 636 521 1, 554 1,000 3,000 Associat'n, Springfield, Mass.e 11 Williams College Natural His

550

1,500 tory Museum 12 Museum of University of Mich

igan.f 13 Museums of Dartmouth College *170 *340 1,000

*100*1, 200 and New Hampshire Agricul

tural College. 14 New York State Museum of

2, 425 348 1, 224 hi, 003 h4, 066 i8, 099 880,000 Natural History. 15 Buffalo Society of Natural Sci. 770 2, 612 1,770 6,212 3,054 9, 510 . 10 400

ences. 16 Museum of Madison University 1, 266 2,569 170 415 315

750 87 360 17 Museum of Natural History in 1, 298 4, 252 5,074 20, 255

1, 435 5, 527 803

6, 169 Cornell University.k 18 Museum of School of Mines,

282 1, 462

287 989 2, 800 21,500 202 5, 154 (Columbia College )* 19 Museum of Ohio Wesleyan 250 432

700

279 8,888 University. 20 Linpæan Museum of Pennsyl

vania College. 21 Academy of Natural Sciencesm 8,600 30, 400 27,500 112, 230 20,000 100,000 (1) (1) 22 The Wagner Free Institute of

Science. 23 Cutting's Museum 150 307 200 1,500

200 24 Cabinet of Middlebury College*

190

665

1, 9:20 25 Vermont State Cabinet

625

800 *60 *30026 Cabinet of the University of

420
135
190 352

32 45 Wisconsin.* 27 United States Herbarium, (De

partment of Agriculture.) 28 Army Medical Museum..

01, 522

2,003

* From Report of Commissioner of Education for 1874.

a.Comprises the Owen Cabinet and Ward casts, and contains enough of all the species to illustrate the most important genera of all except rare orders.

6 These are skeletons.
cWith coëlenterates.
d With phanerogams.
e The museum has also 1,770 specimens in the ethnological department.
f Total zoological collection, (including deposits,) 25,000 species, 100,000 specimens.

Museums of natural history from

Name.

Location.

Cabinet of Natural History, University of Kansas
Museum of Bowdoin College
Museum of Nashua Historical Society
Cabinets of the University of Rochester.
Museum of Wooster University

Lawrence, Kans.
Brunswick, Me.
Nashua, N. H.
Rochester, N. Y.
Wooster, Ohio.

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g Also 6,000 specimens of rocks and ores. h These are fossils. i Recent mollusks and molluscoids, kThe museum contains a collection of shells which cost from $12,000 to $15,000. 1 With mollusks. m The museum contains 65,000 specimens of fossils not enumerated separately. n Also 250,000 geological specimens. o Also 1,254 specimens of human anatomy, including 52 skeletons. The surgical collection also in. cludes many anatomical illustrations. which no information has been received.

Name.

Location.

Philadelphia, Pa.

Museum of the University of Pennsylvania

Anatomical museums.
Vassar College Anatomical Cabinet.
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Syracuse University

Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Syracuse, N. Y.

TABLE XVIII.-PART 1.-Statistics of museums of art for 1875;

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2 | The Yale School of the Fine Arts..... New Haven, Conn... Corporation of Yale College 3 Art Gallery of the Illinois Industrial | Urbana, Ill....... Illinois Industrial University...

University. 4 | Notre Dame Museum

South Bend, Ind Congregation of the Holy Cross 5 Art collections of Louisiana State Uni. Baton Rouge, La.... State of Louisiana ..

versity. 6 Maryland Historical Society's Museum Baltimore, Ma Maryland Historical Society 7 Amherst College Art Gallery

Amherst, Mass.... Amherst College....

... Proprietors 8 Boston Public Library, department of Boston, Mass.: City of Boston

the Fine Arts. 10 Museum of Fine Arts b.....

Boston, Mass.... Trustees.. 11 Gray Collection of Engravings.

Cambridge, Mass.... Harvard University ...... 12 Essex Institute .....

Salem, Mass...... Essex Institute Corporation .... Art Gallery, University of Michigan .... Ann Arbor, Mich... University of Michigan 14 New Hampshire Antiquarian Society's Contoocook, N. H... New Hampshire Antiquarion Museum.

Society. 15 Museum of Fine Arts, Cornell Univer. Ithaca, N. Y... Cornell University...

sity. 16 Metropolitan Museum of Art b

New York, N. Y....Corporation of Metropolitan

Museum of Art.

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17 National Academy of Design ..

New York, NY....Corporation of Academicians... 18 New York Historical Society's Museum New York, N. Y.. New York Historioal Society ...

and Gallery of Art. 19 Art Gallery, Vassar College..

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Vassar College..... 20 Art Museum of Rochester University Rochester, N. Y... Rochester University 21 Art Museum of Syracuse University Syracuse, N. Y Syracuse University

Western Reserve and Northern Ohio Cleveland, Ohio... Department of Cleveland LiHistorical Society and Viseum.

brary Association. 23 The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Philadelphia, Pa.... Stockholders... 24 The Historical Society of Pennsylvania.. Philadelphia, Pa.... Historical Society of Pennsyl

vania. 25 Museum of the Redwood Library and Newport, R. I The Company of the Redwood Athenæum.

Library and Athenæum. 26 Park Gallery of Art, University of Ver- Burlington, Vt...... University of Vermont

mont. 27 Corcoran Art Gallery .....

Washington, D.C... Board of nine trustees....

a Exclusive of the art collections, which have cost $33,736.
b In addition to its own the museum exhibits important loan-collections.

from replies to inquiries by the United States Bureau of Education.

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1842 | Daniel Wadsworth & others

From visitors,

only.

$5, 930 Endowment 1864 Augustus Russell Street... $88, 000 5, 850 | Donations

1, 400 All other 1874 Money raised and expended

2,500 | Donations by President Gregory. 1848 | A board of trustees...

0 1854 Louisiana State University 1844 Twenty citizens.. 1874 Money raised and expended 0 | 12, OCO | Donations

by Prof. R. H. Mather. 1807 Citizens of Boston.

a38, 440 2, 362 Endowment 1852 City of Boston.... 1870 City of Boston and corpo

rators. 1856 Francis Colley Gray ...

19, 155{) 1,355 Endowment

95 | All other 1848 Essex Historical and Natu

0 325 | Art exhibition . ral History Societies. 1855 University of Michigan...

131 | Donations

0 1859 The Philomathic Club

338. All other

12, 000 Collections

hall.
3, 402 Collections..

8 9

10

500 Salaries, &c
846 Collections

17 All other.
275 | Art exhibition

11

12

13

100 Rent, repairs, &c. 369 Collections.

c.} 14

50,000 3,500 Endowment

1865 | Cornell University...

15 7,500 Mun'p'lgrant.

2,037 Salaries, &c 1870 Citizens of New York 245, 174 41, 911 Subscriptions.

6,068 Runt, repairs, &c. 38,769 Collections

16 17, 308 | All other

19, 766 | All other.... 1826 Artists of New York 50,000

3,000 Endowment

13,742 All purposes.. 17

10, 828 Donations, &c 1804 Egbert Benson, John Pin.

Members' dues

18 tard, and nine others. 1864 | Matthew Vassar c..

19 1873 Rochester University 200 Subscriptions . 200 Collections

20 1873 Syracuse University 3, 850 Donations 3,850 | Collections

21 1867 Cleveland Library Associ.

800 Endowment ...

800 Current expenses 22 ation, 1805 Seventy-one citizens

100, 000 Sale of stock... 100,000 Erection of pow 23

building. 1824 | Seven citizens. 3,000 Members' dues

24 1730 Citizens of Newport, R.I..

25 1873 University of Vermont ...

0 750 Subscriptions 500 Casts and architec-26 and donations.

tural models. 1869 W. W. Corcoran 1,000,000 70,000 Endowment

Collections. 27

10,000

c By collection of pictures and art books which cost $20,000. One endowment is E“ history, art, and cabinet fund.”

TABLE XVIII.-PART 1.-Statistics of museums of art, fc.-Continued.

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11 Wadsworth Athenæum, Art Gallery

Calvin Day, president; J. Hammond Free to stockholders and
Trumbull, secretary

their families; the public

pays an admission fée. 2 The Yale School of the Fine Arts

Professor John F. Weir, director.

Free to the students; the

6,000

public pays a fee of 25 cts.
3 Art Gallery of Illinois Industrial University John M. Gregory, LL.D., pres’t of univ. Unrestricted..
4 Notre Dame Museum

Professor J. S. Zahm, C. S. C., curator Unrestricted.
5 Art collections of Louisiana State University Col. D. F. Boyd, superintendent

Unrestricted.
6 Maryland Historical Society's Museum

J. G. Gatchell, assistant librarian. Unrestricted.
7 Amherst College Art Gallery.

Professor R. H. Mather, curator.

Unrestricted.
8 Boston Athenæum Gallery

E. N. Perkins, chairman com, on fine arts. No exhibition this year. 3,000
9 Boston Public Library, department of the Fine Arts. Justin Winsor, superintendent of library. Unrestricted...
10 Museum of Fine Arts

Charles C. Perkins, chairman committee 11 Gray Collection of Engravings

George H. Palmer, curator..

Appointments to visit the 100

collection are made by note

to the curator. 12 Essex Institute

George M. Whippie, secretary

Unrestricted.
13 Art Gallery, University of Michigan
J. B. Angell, LL.D., pres’t of university -- Unrestricted.

5, 000
14 New Hampshire Antiquarian Society's Museum. Henry A. Fellowes, curatore

Unrestricted

500
15 Museum of Fine Arts, Cornell University

Andrew D. White, LL.D., pres’t of univ. Unrestricted.
10 Metropolitan Museum of Art.

John Taylor Johnston, pres't; W.J. Hop- Freeon Londays; other days a70,675 pin, sec. ; Thos. Bland, ass't sec.

25 cents admission fee. 17 National Academy of Design.

T. Addison Richards, N. A., cor. sec.. The public pays an entrance 35, 000

foe of 25 cents. 18 New York Historical Society's Museum and Gal. | George H. Moore, librarian

Free to members and friends; lery of Art.

practically free to public. 19 Art Gallery, Vassar College

H. Raymond, LL.D., president; Pro

fessor Henry Van Ingen, curator. 20 Art Museum of Rochester University

M. B. Anderson, LL.D., pres’t of univ 21 Art Museum of Syracuse University

Professor George F. Comfort, dean of col. Unrestricted.

lege of fine arts.

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