MUSEUM

DeWitt Stetten, Jr., and his wife Jane DEWITT STETTEN, JR., AND HIS WIFE JANE, OPEN ONE OF THE FIRST EXHIBITS OF THE NIH MUSEUM, WHICH WAS NAMED AFTER HIM.

The DeWitt Stetten, Jr., Museum of Medical Research, also known as the NIH Stetten Museum, preserves and interprets through physical and virtual exhibits the material culture of the scientific work of the NIH. Established in 1986, the NIH Stetten Museum collects instruments important to scientific research, especially instruments and technologies developed at the NIH. The Museum also collects non-scientific objects related to the general history of the NIH, including architectural artifacts, artwork, and clothing.

Search our collections online or contact the NIH Office of History Stetten Museum curator at museum@nih.gov.









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Office of History and Stetten Museum | Bldg 60 | Suite 230 | National Institutes of Health | Bethesda, MD 20814-1460
Phone: 301.496.6610 | Email: history@nih.gov
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Last updated: 16 June 2009
First published: 2 February 2005
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