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Sir William Jackson Hooker (6 July 178512 August 1865) was an English botanist and botanical illustrator, who became the first director of Kew when in 1831 it was recommended to be placed under state ownership as a botanic garden. At Kew he founded the Herbarium and enlarged the gardens and arboretum.

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Uniform title: Correspondence
by Hooker, William Jackson, Sir, 1785-1865
[Oxford] : Electronic Enlightenment Project, 2008-
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