A year ago, Glen Whitney learned that a tiny museum of mathematics in Herricks, the Goudreau Museum, had closed. Whitney, his children and friends had visited the educational establishment, which barely filled two classrooms and was open only by appointment. Nevertheless, he said recently, he remembered thinking at the time: "Isn't this a great country - there can be a museum on anything, including...
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