Review of Reviews,  17 (1898), 576.

[An Inexpensive Microscope in Every School]





Education, Schools, Microscopy, Natural History, Wonder

    Recounts the suggestion of a 'correspondent' that 'the interest of the children in natural objects would be immensely stimulated if it were possible to have a good but inexpensive microscope in every school', for 'It is a veritable new world which the microscope reveals to the eye—a world the very existence of which was previously almost incredible'.

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