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Hartung, Georg, c1822-1891 (German geologist)

 Person

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Correspondence of Sir Charles Lyell Gu-He, 1832-1873

 Sub-Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Coll-203/1 folio(s) 1702-2529
Scope and Contents Correspondence of Sir Charles Lyell, Gu-He consists of:
  1. letters from colleagues and acquaintances from around the world including fellow scientists such as Robert Harkness, Douglas Denon Heath, Oswald Heer and Georg Hartung (1832-1873).
Dates: 1832-1873

Notes and Indices, October 1854

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Identifier: Coll-203/2/folio(s) 1-27
Scope and Contents Notes and Indices including an Index to an article on James D. Dana, Notes on the Origin of the Caldera of Palma, Index [to an article] on Junghuhn and Notes on Harting, October 1854.
Dates: October 1854

Notes on Madeira, October-November 1855

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Identifier: Coll-203/2/folio(s) 76-152
Scope and Contents C, the text includes some diagrams, October-November 1855.
Dates: October-November 1855

Notes on Madiera, October-November 1855

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Identifier: Coll-203/2/folio(s) 153-164
Scope and Contents Notes on a visit to Madeira with Georg Hartung to look at the geological formations caused by volcanoes on the island, includes an Index to Hartung's manuscript, October-November 1855.
Dates: October-November 1855

Notes on the Canary Isles and Madeira with Pieter Hartung, May - June 1855

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Identifier: Coll-203/2/folio(s) 59-76
Scope and Contents Notes on a visit to the Canary Isles and Madeira with Georg Hartung to look at the geological formations caused by volcanoes on the islands and on a trip to Lanzarote and Fuerteventura with James Tennant to look at minerals, May-June 1855.
Dates: May - June 1855

On the Geological Structure of the Madeiran Islands, 1856

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Identifier: Coll-203/2/folio(s) 506-640
Scope and Contents On the Geological Structure of the Madeiran Islands by Sir Charles Lyell and Georg Hartung which is a summary of their observations during a visit to the Madeiran Islands in the winter of 1853-1854 and to three Canary islands, La Palma, Teneriffe and Grand Canary, in the Spring of 1854, with diagrams, 1856.
Dates: 1856