Edward Thomas Wilson collection 1910-1914

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Edward Thomas Wilson collection, 1910-1914

Edward Thomas Wilson collection 1910-1914

Correspondence (4 leaves)

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Cherry-Garrard, Apsley, 1886-1959

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A. Cherry-Garrard, 1886-1959, was the assistant zoologist on the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910-1913, led by Captain R. F. Scott. From the description of Scientific notes [manuscript]. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225809723 ...

Wilson, Edward T. (Edward Thomas), 1832-1918

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Edward Thomas Wilson was born in 1832. In 1859, he became a general practitioner and consultant in Cheltenham, pioneering modern medical practices such as the use of clean drinking water, isolation fever hospitals and district nurses. He was elected fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and served as president of the local Nature Science Society. He married Mary Agnes Whishaw. Their fifth child and second son, the Naturalist and Antarctic Explorer Edward Adrian, was born on 23 July 1872. Edw...

Wilson, Edward T. (Edward Thomas), 1832-1918

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Edward Thomas Wilson was born in 1832. In 1859, he became a general practitioner and consultant in Cheltenham, pioneering modern medical practices such as the use of clean drinking water, isolation fever hospitals and district nurses. He was elected fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and served as president of the local Nature Science Society. He married Mary Agnes Whishaw. Their fifth child and second son, the Naturalist and Antarctic Explorer Edward Adrian, was born on 23 July 1872. Edw...

British Antarctic Expedition (1898-1900)

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Wilson, Edward, 1872-1912

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Edward Adrian Wilson was born in Cheltenham, England on 23 July 1872, second son of a respected Cheltenham medical practitioner. He was educated at Cheltenham College and studied natural science and medicine at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge and St. George's Hospital, London. In 1898, he was diagnosed with tuberculosis and spent several months convalescing in Norway and Switzerland, giving him the opportunity to hone his skills as a watercolour artist and wildlife illustrator...