SPECIMENS OF HAIR: The Curious Collection of Peter A. Browne
To a nineteenth-century amateur naturalist, hair was of paramount importance: he believed it was the single physical attribute that could unravel the mystery of human evolution. Browne's albums are a unique manifestation of the collecting instincts of a man trying to explain the mysteries of the natural world and are explored in this fascinating volume. Well illustrated, some in color.
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