The New Peabody Museum of Natural History
After seven unexpected years in storage because of delays
caused by World War I, the collections began their move to the new building in
the fall of 1924. Opening day was January
The telephone pole--which is still in the same spot--was
artistically disguised or simply painted out in all the other views of the
building in our postcard collection.
Museum of Natural History, 1927)
Written on the reverse by “Mabel” to her husband in New Hampshire:
“This Museum is the most marvelous
place I ever visited. Went this A.M.
& just dragged ourselves away. . .
Save this card for my book.”