The Board of Governors of the Museum of London1 has a duty, so far as practicable, to care for, preserve and add to the objects in its collections2; to secure that those objects are exhibited to the public and made available to persons seeking to inspect them for study or research3; and generally to promote understanding and appreciation of historic and contemporary London4 and of its society and culture, both by means of its collections and by such other means as the board considers appropriate5. The board may6 do all such things as it thinks necessary or expedient for
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