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Shells and their tenants (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 21 November 1903)

Type of event
lantern lecture
Full title
Shells and their tenants
Date
21 November 1903
Relations to other events

see also Shells and their tenants (lantern lecture, Liskeard, Cornwall, England, 26 January 1904)

Continuity
event in series
Price of admission
free of charge
Time of day
20:00
People linked to event

ROWLEY, F.R.  (1868-1939) – lecturer

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Reference

“'Shells and their tenants' formed the subject of a most interesting and instructive lecture given by Mr F.R. Rowley, curator, in the Lecture room at the Royal Albert Museum, Exeter, on Saturday evening. The lecture was the first of a course of free lectures to be given, and the attendance on Saturday augurs well for success. The Mayor (Mr F.G. Widgery) presided, and in opening the proceedings said the course of lectures would form a useful link in the work carried on in the museum. In opening his lecture, which was beautifully illustrated by means of lantern slides, Mr Rowley dealt with the bivalve shell species, sketching the general structure of the river mussell, the scallop, the puma [pinna] and the lutraria.

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Lucerna ID 7006295

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 12 April 2017

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