Notebooks of David Watson, [1864-1867], containing notes on lectures by Professor Andrew Ramsay concerning geology; lectures by August Wilhelm von Hofmann, 1865; lectures by Professor Edward Frankland concerning organic chemistry; lectures by T H Huxley concerning natural history, 1865; palaeontological demonstrations by Robert Etheridge, 1867; notes on mining, metallurgy and physics.
WATSON, David (fl 1864-1899)
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- ReferenceGB 98 B/WATSON
- Dates of Creation1864-1867
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description13 volumes
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Administrative / Biographical History
David Watson was a student at the Royal School of Mines from 1864 to 1867. His son, David Meredith Seares Watson (1886-1973), was a leading palaeontologist, and his grandaughter the geologist, Janet Vida Watson (1923-1985).
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Deposited by David Watson's son, David Meredith Seares Watson (1886-1973).
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