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Notable Gifts to Peabody Museum

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The Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology has recently made two very important acquisitions. The first is a valuable collection of pre-historic pottery from the mounds of the Red River region, Arkansas. This pottery which is the gift of Mr. Clarence B. Moare '73, of Philadelphia, Pa., came to the Museum in several hundred fragments. They have now been cemented together, however, and added to the regular exhibit.

The other acquisition is a large collection of stone implements from the Island of Grenado, W. I., the gift of Dr. Thomas Barbour '06. The latter has not yet been catalogued and is consequently not on exhibition.

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