Science in the Service of Man [Exhibits inthe Basic Sciences, Hall of Science, Golden Gate International Exposition, 1939-40]. University of California Committee on Coöperation, Golden Gate International Exposition.

Science in the Service of Man [Exhibits inthe Basic Sciences, Hall of Science, Golden Gate International Exposition, 1939-40]

Berkeley, CA: University of California, 1940.

Softcover. Very Good. xvii, 107 pp, with illustrations from photographs. Some light general wear and toning to wrappers; contents clean, binding a bit tender, but sound. From the Foreword: "Because of the scope and importance of the exhibit and the wide interest it has created, the University considered it desirable to preserve some of its essential features in a permanent record to which the teacher, the student, and the layman might turn in the years to come; hence, the publication of this booklet." Describes and illustrates exhibits on biological sciences (under which are included geology, paleontology, anthrpology, botany, genetics, evolution, zoology, oceanography, and medicine) and physical sciences (including physics, chemistry, astronomy, structural engineering, and mathematics) and also includes sections on education and agriculture.

Item #1336

Price: $75.00