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Museum at MIT gets a $3m renovation

In MIT's museum expansion on Massachusetts Avenue, ground-floor walls were knocked down and replaced with plate glass. Exhibits will rotate each year and be small and movable. In MIT's museum expansion on Massachusetts Avenue, ground-floor walls were knocked down and replaced with plate glass. Exhibits will rotate each year and be small and movable. (David L. Ryan/Globe staff)
By Felicia Mello
Globe Correspondent / August 27, 2007

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A passerby would be forgiven for not noticing the MIT Museum. The nondescript metal-sided building squats on an awkward corner of Massachusetts Avenue between a Korean market and a brick warehouse. Visitors must enter through a side door and climb a steel staircase, a humble porthole for a place that aims to be the institutional memory of one of the ... (Full article: 736 words)

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