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

Type of event
lantern lecture
Full title
Shells and their tenants
Date
26 January 1904
Relations to other events

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

Continuity
single event
Time of day
evening
People linked to event

ROWLEY, F.R.  (1868-1939) – lecturer

Organisations linked to event
Reference
The Cornish Times (1857- ? ) (30 January 1904)

“Literary Institution. -- 'Shells and their Tenants' was the title of Tuesday's interesting lecture by Mr F.R. Rowley, F.R.M.S., curator of Exeter Museum. tern slides illustrated the lecturer's descriptions of the group of shell-forming animals, of which oysters and snails were leading examples. Mr A.C.L. Glubb presided.”

Notes

The town where this event took place is not stated in the press cutting which refers to it, but is presumed to be Liskeard as that is the place of publication of the relevant newspaper, and the chairman referred to is probably Albert Charles Lyne Glubb (c.1830-1922), a solicitor of Liskeard.

Lucerna ID 7006300

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 12 July 2017

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