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Interesting Relief Maps and Models

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A new room in the Geological Museum has been fitted with cases for twelve recently acquired relief maps and models. Among these new exhibits there is a copy of the model of the Sentis, a mountain on the borders of the Swiss cantons St. Gall and Appenzell, which took first prize at the World's Exposition in Paris in 1900. The model was done by Mr. G.C. Curtis '96. There is also a relief map of southern New England done by Edwin E. Howell.

Both the Mineralogical and Geological Museums are shortly to be open to the public every day in the week.

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