3 edition of Report on the papers of Professor Harold Munro Fox, FRS (1889-1967) found in the catalog.
Report on the papers of Professor Harold Munro Fox, FRS (1889-1967)
by Reproduced for the Contemporary Scientific Archives Centre by the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Papers of Professor Harold Munro Fox, FRS (1889-1967)|
|Statement||[listed by Jeannine Alton, Harriot Weiskittel].|
|Contributions||Weiskittel, Harriot, joint author., London. University. Imperial College of Science and Technology., Contemporary Scientific Archives Centre., Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts.|
|LC Classifications||Z8312.22 .A47, QL31.F68 .A47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 leaves ;|
|LC Control Number||78315134|
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Report on the papers of Professor Harold Munro Fox, FRS (): deposited in the College Archives, Imperial College of Science and Technology, London [Jeannine Weiskittel, Harriot, ; London. ; Contemporary Scientific Archives Centre.
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Education and early life [ edit ] He was born Harold Munro Fuchs in Clapham, London in to George Gotthilf Fuchs, a former captain in the Prussian Army, and Margaret Isabella Campbell Munro, daughter of Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Munro of the Yorkshire Born: Harold Munro Fuchs, 28 September.
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Sir Edward James Salisbury FRS (16 April – 10 November )  was an English botanist and was born in Harpenden, Hertfordshire and graduated in botany from University College London in Inhe obtained a with a thesis on fossil seeds and was appointed a senior lecturer at East London returned to University College London as a senior lecturer.
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