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For the English cricketer, see David Follett (cricketer).
Follett joined the Science Museum in 1937 as an Assistant Keeper, when Colonel E. E. B. Mackintosh was the Director. He was later Director of the museum from 1960–73. Follett was also an author and a Fellow of the Museums Association.
- Follett, David, The Rise of the Science Museum under Henry Lyons. London: Science Museum, 1978. ISBN 0-901805-19-X.
- Walter Bird, Sir David Henry Follett portrait, National Portrait Gallery, London, UK, 1967.
- Physics, practical notes of Sir David H. (David Henry), Follett, 1907-. AIP History Newsletter, Volume XXXVI, Number 1, Spring 2004. American Institute of Physics.
- Fur flies over £1m house for cats, BBC News, 4 March 2004.
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