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Conservatory exhibit at Mann Library

Sage Conservatory circa 1921 (top), and rendering of new L.H. Bailey Conservatory on Tower Rd.slated for completion April 2013.

Sage Conservatory circa 1921 (top), and rendering of new L.H. Bailey Conservatory on Tower Rd.slated for completion April 2013.

The L. H. Bailey Conservatory: A Showcase of Biodiversity and Research in Plant Science

May 8 – May 31, 2012

Top Shelf Gallery at Mann Library (1st floor behind the elevators)

Exhibit organized by the Dead Plants Society graduate student organization, Department of Plant Biology

From the Mann Library website:

The L. H. Bailey Conservatory at Cornell supports the study of comparative biology as well as active research in fields that transcend the plant sciences. A late spring exhibit in the Top Shelf Gallery at Mann Library features select plant treasures from the Conservatory’s collection—one of the most outstanding of its kind in the world—along with highlights from the Conservatory’s history in promoting a better understanding of global plant biodiversity and public appreciation for art and science.

View exhibit slideshow: A Conservatory History at Cornell

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