1 edition of Report on the correspondence and papers of James Marmaduke Edmonds (1909-1982), geologist in Oxford University Museum of Natural History found in the catalog.
Report on the correspondence and papers of James Marmaduke Edmonds (1909-1982), geologist in Oxford University Museum of Natural History
by Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts for National Cataloguing Unit for the Archives of Contemporary Scientists in London
Written in English
|Statement||[compiled by Jeannine Alton and Peter Harper].|
|Series||National Register of Archives -- no.4/99|
|Contributions||Edmonds, James Marmaduke, 1909-1982., Alton, Jeannine., Harper, Peter., Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts., National Cataloguing Unit for the Archives of Contemporary Scientists.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||77|
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Catalogue of the papers and correspondence of James Marmaduke Edmonds (), geologist Description: SECTION A BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL NCUACS /ANCUACS /A James Marmaduke Edmonds () Geologist, Sudan Geological Survey: Arrangement.
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Catalogue of the papers and correspondence of James Marmaduke Edmonds, by Jeannine Alton (Book) Guests of time: poetry from the Oxford University Museum of Natural History (Book). Marmaduke died Ma and is buried at Sappington Cemetery State Historic Site near Arrow Rock, Missouri.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE. The papers are arranged chronologically and correspondence and business records are not separated. The papers comprise business accounts, receipts, market reports, and advertisements. Edmonds, James Marmaduke () Geologist and Historian Edwardes, Sir Herbert Benjamin () Knight Indian Administrator Edwards, Frederick Wallace () entomologist.
Papers created or collected by Edmonds during the course of his life and career, dated, principally comprising typescript memoirs covering his life and career,and notably concerning his work at the Royal Military Academy,and in the Intelligence Division of the War Office, his service in South Africa.
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He was an army officer and subsequently the responsible for laying the foundations for the civil service of Northern Ireland. He served as Secretary [ ]. James E. Edmonds, was the son of Major and Mrs. J.E. Edmonds of Rosedale, Mississippi. Major Edmonds was a graduate of the University of Mississippi.
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Some printed material includes a proposal for a coffee growing settlement in Florida. Gift of H. Genet Taylor, Catalogue of the papers and correspondence of James Marmaduke Edmonds, / compiled by Jeannine Alton and Peter Harper Alton, Jeannine, [ Government publication, Book: ].
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