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November 29, 2005

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Suzanne

Hello there!

I just stumbled upon this entry as I was browsing through your fascinating blog's archives. I thought you might be interested in my little feature on "cabinets de curiosités". You can find a small collection of links at the end. Maybe you'll like one or the other: http://www.wurzeltod.ch/?page_id=282.

Enjoy. :)

Pam

Thanks, Suzanne! This is phenomenal.

Jim Stewart

I thought you and your readers would enjoy my own left coast museum, which is in the Wunderkammer tradition:

The Zymoglyphic Museum
http://www.zymoglyphic.org

Pam

Thanks, Jim - this is great! Pam

marie

I just read "the cabinet of curiosities" and became intrigued.I found your site both fascinating and very informing.read this book it is fantastic

marie

I just read "the cabinet of curiosities" and became intrigued.I found your site both fascinating and very informing.read this book it is fantastic

Blue

The Harvard Museum of Natural History in Cambridge, MA is now showing, for the first time since Harvard acquired the collection in the late 19th c. Sea Creatures in Glass, models marine animals such as octupus, anemones, jellies, created by the same glass artists in Germany who crafted the thousands of 'Glass Flowers' on display there. More at www.hmnh.harvard.edu.

Sue Platt

I also am intrigued by Cabinets of Curiosities My studio and art work is my very own Wonder Room. Please take a look at my website. www.sue-platt.com
Regards,
Sue

Pam

Very cool, Sue! Thanks for sharing.

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