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By J. Paul Guyer

This ebook offers introductory technical information for architectural engineers and different specialist engineers, architects and building managers drawn to layout of museums. here's what is mentioned: 1. basic, 2. MUSEUMS, three. historical source amenities, four. MUSEUM practical information SHEETS.

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