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The Museum is pleased to offer the following exhibits highlighting a small fraction of its holdings. Please check back in the future as we plan on creating other exhibits. Enjoy!

Batak Manuscripts
In 1918 and 1927, University of Michigan Professor Harley Harris Bartlett (1886–1960) traveled to Sumatra, Indonesia, to conduct botanical research and collect specimens for the University of Michigan Herbarium and Smithsonian Institution.

Koelz Collection of Himalayan Art
On November 2, 1932, zoologist and adventurer Walter Norman Koelz left Ann Arbor for a two-year collecting mission in northern India.

The Dean C. Worcester Photographic Collection
From 1890 to 1913, Dean Conant Worcester took thousands of photographs of people and places throughout the Philippines.  

Sago Spathe Painting Exhibit
The Museum has a collection of over 100 Sago Spathe paintings from New Guinea.