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The Banks letters; a calendar of the manuscript correspondence of Sir Joseph Banks, preserved in the British Museum, the British Museum (Natural History) and other collections in Great Britain. Edited by Warren R. Dawson
Bib ID 2196330
Format BookBook
Author
Dawson, Warren R. (Warren Royal), 1888-1968
 
Description London, Printed by order of the trustees of the British Museum, 1958 
xlii, 964 p. 26 cm. 
Notes

At head of title: British Museum (Natural History)

"References and abbreviations": p. xxxvii-xlii.

Subjects Banks, Joseph, - Sir, - 1743-1820 - Correspondence.  |  Scientists - Great Britain - Correspondence.  |  Scientists - Great Britain - Biography.
Other authors/contributors British Museum (Natural History)

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