Correspondence:Henry Hyatt Howell to Arthur Roope Hunt, 1884-1909
Scope and Contents
- 22 letters, alphabetically arranged (1884-1909)
- Geikie, Archibald, Sir, 28 December 1835 – 10 November 1924 (Professor of Geology, University of Edinburgh) (Person)
Language of Materials
Biographical / Historical
Henry Hyatt Howell (1872-1898) corresponded with Sir Archibald Geikie on business relating to the Geological Survey.
Wilfred Hudleston Huddleston (1828-1909), geologist, wrote regarding scholarly papers and addresses.
Thomas McKenny Hughes (1832-1917), geologist, wrote on a number of professional matters, including a paper by Sir Archibald Geikie on the age of the Earth.
John Whitaker Hulke (1830-1895), surgeon, had an interest in geology and wrote partly concerning a paper by Geikie on volcanoes.
Edward Hull (1829-1917), geologist, wrote on a number of subjects, including the geology of Devon, politics, Geological Survey business and social matters.
William Fraser Hume (1868-1928) was Director of the Geological Survey of Egypt and his letters relate partly to the work he was doing in that country.
Arthur Roope Hunt (fl1885-1888), wrote regarding his own geological research.
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- Devon England
- Egypt Africa
- Geikie, Archibald, Sir, 28 December 1835 – 10 November 1924 (Professor of Geology, University of Edinburgh)
- Geological Survey of Egypt (1896-:)
- Geological Survey of Great Britain (1835-:)
- Geology, Research
- Howell, Henry Hyatt, 1872-1898 (geologist)
- Hudleston, Wilfred Hudleston, 1828-1909 (geologist)
- Hughes, Thomas McKenny, 1832-1917 (geologist)
- Hulke, John Whitaker, 1830-1895 (surgeon and geologist)
- Hull, Edward, 1829-1917 (Irish geologist)
- Hume, William Fraser, 1868-1928 (Director of the Geological Survey of Egypt)
- Hunt, Arthur Roope, fl1885-1888 (geologist)
- Professional Interaction
- Scholarly Publishing
- Social Interaction
- Speeches, Addresses etc