Press cutting titled 'The Horniman Museum'

A press cutting of an article written by a journalist about his visit to The Horniman Museum. The article includes a description of the objects he viewed including the large tusk of an extinct mammoth (Elephas primigenious) which he discusses in detail and states the tusk is the largest of this type that he had seen. He also mentions the Japanese section of the museum as showing the extraordinary progressive lives of the Japanese people. He ends by mentioning 'the kind and courteous' curator of the museum Mr. Quick.

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