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FOREWORD ( ontinued) cently aci|iiirt ' (l. Coiiijjlcte collections in tlic fields of acronau- tics, architecture, the various types of enj iueering, economics, the social sciences, industrial administration, and simply recreational readings may Ix- found in l)ranch lil)raries which are convenient to those who frec(uent them. Immortal works of Archimedes, Ptolemy, Newton, Pasteur, (lilhert, Vitrvi- vius. and many others, collected in ])art through the efforts of The Friends of The Library, comprise a rare hook section of which the Institute is justly proud. To fiu ' ther jjrovide means of studying the background of the courses it presents, and at the same time to uncover interesting aspects of the subjects, the Institute has al- located space to museums, display cases, and .scale models. In the Nautical Museum, for instance, one may find repro- ductions of all types of vessels as they existed in their time in all parts of the world. In one show-case we find a model of the H.M.S. Bounty which we recognize immediately as the schooner about which the famous ' Mutiny on the Bounty " was written. Nearby is a model of the Icelandic trading ship used by Lief Erickson when he landed at North America in 1()(), ' 5 A.D. Then there are full-rigged English galleons, Jap- anese sam])ans, and examples of all the types of warshijis that participated in conflicts involving the United States. A placard under " Old Ironsides " tells the interesting tale, " Oniv model known to be in existence constructed entirelv Top left: .« ) (( nide. ' i are ghinx-enrased (lisplai : . . . ]VIid lle left : , , .conditions ind in i-iril engineering prariire Lower left: . reseureh . .in the ( nest for more knon-ledge . Below, the fnst it nte Ikis allocated space to . . scale models. . . 10
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.,. () (1(1(1 iKihtlilji id the l:ii()ii-l((liic (if (iiriildiic pni pclhir ili-aifin (111(1 cdiKihli ' aj jirod iicdKl joiir-liniidrcd mile in lids . . . m;uiy icadiiii figures in tht ' acroniuitical world have visited M.I r. ' s (iuji cnheim Laboratories and the new Wright Brothers Wind Tunnel. Recently Igor Sikorsky spoke to the student body on the subject of flyin ;- boats. Such personal contact with the industries for which they are training grants men an o])portunity to see their objects first hand and to study in the most efficient inaTUier possible. M.I.T. ' s ever-exi)anding library (which now contains some . ' 540, ()()() volumes) is an indispensable friend to profes.sor and student alike. In the Central Library, which is situated under the main donie, are located large collections in pliysics, cIk inislry. iiiology, i)ui)lic health and mechanical and elec- trical engineering. IJecause the variet ' of material here is so broad, it is not uucoinitiou to find at a table a freshman seated at the side of a |)r()ininent figure in research, the one lal)oriously scr-alcliing out his first L)()()-word theme, tin- other debing into the histor. ' of his specialty. I ' he valuable Nail ( (illeeliou in electiical engineering is located in the stacks here as is the Kayser Collection on s])ectroscopy re- [C ' uiitinucd on next page) .the iicir Ihird Ihiiihr I ' d pi r M iisriini . 
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from pieces of the historic vessel. " Another section of this museum contains the Henry P. Kendall Whaling Collection ill wliich are included all ty])es of har])t)ons, the jawhone of a w hale, old ])rints of whaling .scenes, and models of all sorts. The Henry Hastings Collection, in which nineteenth century American shijjping is treated in ])ictnres and models, boasts an interesting group of autograph signatures of the ])rom- inent merchants of the world between 18()(i-8(). The new Dard Hunter Pajjcr useum, in the next build- [Caiit timed an next page) Top: fiilli (IS t III I ' drtinit as its liihoniloni ' s . . Right: nil (iiijKirtiitiil! to srr tlinr iihjccts first hiiinl . . I5ei() v:, till- rnrictji iif material. . . II
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