The View From the Castle: A supermuseum encompassing 3,500 years of Greek civilization would meet today's need for international cultural education
Smithsonian Secretary S. Dillon Ripley comments on the mobility of all peoples, regardless of class, and how this phenomenon should affect museums internationally. Ripley supports the idea of supermuseums, using Greek history as an extended example to illustrate how museums can cooperate on international levels.
National Museum of Anthropology (Mexico City)
Smithsonian Institution History Bibliography
Smithsonian Vol. 3, no. 12 (Journal)
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