Reading the Shape of Nature: Comparative Zoology at the Agassiz Museum by Mary P. Winsor (Paperback, 1991)

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In 1859, Louis Agassiz established the Museum of Comparative Zoology to house research on the ideal types that he believed were embodied in all living forms. Agassiz's vision arose from his insistence that the order inherent in the diversity of life reflected divine creation, not organic evolution.