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Members' Lantern Slides (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 7 January 1939)

Type of event
lantern lecture
Full title
Members' Lantern Slides
Date
7 January 1939
Continuity
single event
Time of day
evening
People linked to event

SOLLY, Dr R.V.  (1864-1948) – contributor

BOLDERSTON, Dr W.N., M.A.  (1884-1968) – contributor

MARSHALL, F.J.  (1885-1961) – contributor

Organisations linked to event

RAMC Field Club – organiser

Reference
Proceedings of the College Field Club and Natural History Society: 1938-1939 (Exeter: University College of the South West of England, 1939), p. 5

“Dr Solly showed a large number of slides of Butterflies and Moths with their caterpillars and chrysalides. He also described the places in which he had taken them and the plants upon which the caterpillars usually fed.

Dr Bolderston showed slides taken in Switzerland illustrative of the geological formations and aspects of peasant life. His descriptions of the circumstances in which they were taken were much appreciated.

Mr Marshall brought a slide showing a volanic neck in Hannaborough Quarry, as igneous outbreak near Hatherleigh, and gave a very interesting discourse on volcanic action in Devon and in the lower Rhine district.”

Lucerna ID 7006285

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 22 March 2017

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