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John Muir Clock

John Muir Clock | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Photograph of clock made by John Muir while a student at the University of Wisconsin in 1860. Children are looking at the John Muir clock in the museum at The State Historical Society. John Muir (1838-1914) was America's most famous and influential naturalist and conservationist. He is one of California's most important historical personalities. He has been called "The Father of our National Parks," "Wilderness Prophet," and "Citizen of the Universe."
DESCRIPTION
Photograph of clock made by John Muir while a student at the University of Wisconsin in 1860. Children are looking at the John Muir clock in the museum at The State Historical Society. John Muir (1838-1914) was America's most famous and influential naturalist and conservationist. He is one of California's most important historical personalities. He has been called "The Father of our National Parks," "Wilderness Prophet," and "Citizen of the Universe."
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:49173
Creation Date:1940   ca.
Creator Name:Unknown
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Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:negative, original
Original Format Number:(X198)2171
Original Dimensions:5 x 4 inches
SUBJECTS
Library buildings
Museums
Clothing and dress
Dresses
Exhibitions
Children
Indoor photography
Clocks and watches

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