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I'm Ready for School
PlaySpace Exhibit - First Steps to Kindergarten
PlaySpace Exhibit - First Steps to Kindergarten
Museums and Libraries: Catalysts for Learning
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I'm Ready for School

Museums and Libraries: Catalysts for Learning

PlaySpace Exhibit - First Steps to Kindergarten

Blueprints for The Japanese House 10

These are the actual blueprints that are used for reconstruction of the Japanese House at Boston Children's Museum. They are designed by the Yoshimura architectural firm in Kyoto, Japan.

Blueprints for The Japanese House 9

These are the actual blueprints that are used for reconstruction of the Japanese House at Boston Children's Museum. They are designed by the Yoshimura architectural firm in Kyoto, Japan.

Blueprints for The Japanese House 8

These are the actual blueprints that are used for reconstruction of the Japanese House at Boston Children's Museum. They are designed by the Yoshimura architectural firm in Kyoto, Japan.

Blueprints for The Japanese House 7

These are the actual blueprints that are used for reconstruction of the Japanese House at Boston Children's Museum. They are designed by the Yoshimura architectural firm in Kyoto, Japan.

Blueprints for The Japanese House 6

These are the actual blueprints that are used for reconstruction of the Japanese House at Boston Children's Museum. They are designed by the Yoshimura architectural firm in Kyoto, Japan.

Blueprints for The Japanese House 5

These are the actual blueprints that are used for reconstruction of the Japanese House at Boston Children's Museum. They are designed by the Yoshimura architectural firm in Kyoto, Japan.

Blueprints for The Japanese House 4

These are the actual blueprints that are used for reconstruction of the Japanese House at Boston Children's Museum. They are designed by the Yoshimura architectural firm in Kyoto, Japan.

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