First supplement to the list of types of birds now in the Museum of Comparative Zoology

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Harvard University. -- Museum of Comparative Zoology., Birds -- Catalogs and collect
Statementby James L. Peters.
SeriesBulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology -- v. 92, no. 2
ContributionsHarvard University. Museum of Comparative Zoology.
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Agassiz designed the collection to illustrate the variety and comparative relationships of animal life. The Radcliffe Zoological Laboratory was created in when Radcliffe College rented a space on the fifth.

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