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Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Queen Street, Exeter, Devon, England

Details of this location
Type of location
museum
Location or building name
Royal Albert Memorial Museum
Street address
Town, city or other settlement
County, state, region etc.
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Coordinates
50.725088, -3.532279
Organisations operating in this museum

Royal Albert Memorial College – business address, 1893-c.1909

Events linked to this location

venue: The geology of the new Exeter railway (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 15 March 1902)

venue: Natural history museums: their evolution and value (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 31 January 1903)

venue: Cloud altitudes in Devon (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 7 February 1903)

venue: The life history of a rotifer (Stephanoceros eichhornii) (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 7 February 1903)

venue: Notes on Swiss lepidoptera (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 21 February 1903)

venue: A note on feather structure (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 21 February 1903)

venue: Coral polyps and their work (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 28 February 1903)

venue: Some insects of local interest (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 21 March 1903)

venue: How the Compositae became the dominant family in the plant kingdom (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 21 March 1903)

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

venue: Japan (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 16 January 1904)

venue: The life history of a dragon-fly (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 13 February 1904)

venue: The rotifera of Divett's Fishpond, Woodbury Common (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 12 March 1904)

venue: A note on the recent landslip in St Thomas (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 12 March 1904)

venue: Nature's colouring (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 5 November 1904)

venue: The wild red deer of Devon (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 19 November 1904)

venue: Some British land and fresh-water shells (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 26 November 1904)

venue: Twigs and their leaves (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 3 December 1904)

venue: Extinct birds (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 17 December 1904)

venue: Samuel Johnson: his life and times (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 7 January 1905)

venue: Flowers and insects (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 21 January 1905)

venue: The parasite of malaria and its life history (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 4 February 1905)

venue: The making of books (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 18 February 1905)

venue: Some extinct birds (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 4 November 1905)

venue: Life's units (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 18 November 1905)

venue: Our national pictures (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 2 December 1905)

venue: White ants (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 9 December 1905)

venue: Painters and sculptors as teachers of hygiene (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 16 December 1905)

venue: Some interesting exhibits in the Museum (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 6 January 1906)

venue: The early pictorial press, and quaint and curious old children's books (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 20 January 1906)

venue: Orion (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 3 February 1906)

venue: A musical subject (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 17 February 1906)

venue: Some Devon and Exeter worthies (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 3 March 1906)

venue: Notes on Desmids (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 31 March 1906)

venue: The history of phrenology (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 3 November 1906)

venue: Money (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 17 November 1906)

venue: Brittany, and its megalithic wonders (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 1 December 1906)

venue: Some chapters in the history of Devon (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 15 December 1906)

venue: In the footsteps of a Devonshire artist of the XIX century (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 5 January 1907)

venue: Orchids (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 19 January 1907)

venue: A great Englishman of the XIII century (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 16 February 1907)

venue: Some Egyptian antiquities in the Museum (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 2 March 1907)

venue: Louis Pasteur and Lord Lister (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 2 November 1907)

venue: Flame (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 16 November 1907)

venue: Fossils: what they are and what they teach us (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 30 November 1907)

venue: Microscopic life in ponds and rock-pools (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 14 December 1907)

venue: A history of painting (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 18 January 1908)

venue: Early history of the steam engine (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 25 January 1908)

venue: Nebulae (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 8 February 1908)

venue: The horse and how to use it (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 22 February 1908)

venue: Cloud problems in astronomy (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 7 November 1908)

venue: A holiday trip to Canada (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 21 November 1908)

venue: Haffkine and Indian pestilence (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 5 December 1908)

venue: Microscopic marine life: with coloured transparencies (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 19 December 1908)

venue: Harnessing the atmosphere: a modern food problem (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 9 January 1909)

venue: Tom Hood (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 23 January 1909)

venue: The idealistic period in Greek sculpture (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 6 February 1909)

venue: The mysteries of motion (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 20 February 1909)

venue: Volcanoes around Exeter (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 6 November 1909)

venue: The living earth (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 20 November 1909)

venue: Alchemy (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 4 December 1909)

venue: Fifty years after: a chapter in Darwinism (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 18 December 1909)

venue: Some Devon schools and their associations (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 7 January 1910)

venue: Light: visible and invisible (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 15 January 1910)

venue: Story of Exeter in early times (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 29 January 1910)

venue: British public libraries (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 26 February 1910)

venue: Some injurious animals and their work (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 12 March 1910)

venue: Thunderstorms (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 5 November 1910)

venue: A scientist's remedy for pessimism (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 19 November 1910)

venue: Charles Dickens (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 3 December 1910)

venue: Memory training (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 17 December 1910)

venue: The chemistry of fire prevention and extinction (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 21 January 1911)

venue: The Rhine and its legends (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 4 February 1911)

venue: Some savage customs and beliefs (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 18 February 1911)

venue: Some old Mayors of Exeter (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 4 November 1911)

venue: Sunshine (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 18 November 1911)

venue: Dyeing and bleaching (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 2 December 1911)

venue: How men fly (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 16 December 1911)

venue: Nature's co-partnerships (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 13 January 1912)

venue: New York in August (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 27 January 1912)

venue: Colour vision (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 10 February 1912)

venue: Messina: before and after the earthquake (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 24 February 1912)

venue: Fishes (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 9 March 1912)

venue: On foot and cycle in the Alps (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 9 November 1912)

venue: Natural history of the salmon (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 23 November 1912)

venue: The development of the warship (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 7 December 1912)

venue: Through the valley of the Moselle, Treves, and its Roman antiquities (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 21 December 1912)

venue: Some extinct monsters (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 11 January 1913)

venue: Smoke, dust, and fog (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 25 January 1913)

venue: Plant sociology: a study in modern botany (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 8 February 1913)

venue: English glass of the 18th century (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 22 February 1913)

venue: Some modern museums and their aims (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 8 March 1913)

venue: Whales (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 8 November 1913)

venue: How the Gramophone speaks (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 22 November 1913)

venue: The making of a stained glass window (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 6 December 1913)

venue: The Bishops of Exeter (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 20 December 1913)

venue: The atomic theory and the transmutation of elements (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 10 January 1914)

venue: Glimpses of Exeter in the XIVth century (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 24 January 1914)

venue: [Modern museums] (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 30 January 1914)

venue: Some aspects of social life in the XVIIIth century (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 7 February 1914)

venue: The craft of the English potter (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 21 February 1914)

venue: The growth of Germany since 1815 (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 7 November 1914)

venue: Safety-pins (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 21 November 1914)

venue: Gregor Mendel, Abbot of BrĂ¼nn (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 5 December 1914)

venue: Exeter Guildhall and its history (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 19 December 1914)

venue: Dickens as a laughter maker (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 9 January 1915)

venue: Chemistry in the service of mankind (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 23 January 1915)

venue: Chaucer's pilgrims (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 6 February 1915)

venue: The colours of animals (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 20 February 1915)

venue: Exeter's greatest mayor (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 4 December 1915)

venue: The open sea and some of its inhabitants (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 10 January 1920)

venue: Glimpses of bird life (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 19 February 1927)

venue: Phyllody of the Corolla in Primula vulgaris, including an account of the Exeter Freak Primrose (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 3 June 1933)

venue: British Wasps and Hornets and their Nests (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 11 May 1940)

venue: Functions of the Nictitating Membrane of Birds' Eyes (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, 11 May 1940)

Lucerna ID 1507743

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016

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