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Dewar, Sir James (1842-1923) Knight Chemist

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Surname: Dewar
Pretitle: Sir
Forenames: James
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 1842
Death Date: 1923
Biography: ODNB link for Dewar, Sir James (1842-1923) Knight Chemist
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/P158076 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P7975 )
Online related resources Bibliography of British and Irish History link for Sir James Dewar
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
corresp and papers
Royal Institution of Great Britain
NRA 9522

See HMC MS papers of British scientists 1600-1940, 1982
2
1890-1920: letters (68) to HE Armstrong
Imperial College Archives and Corporate Records Unit
NRA 11420 Armstrong
3
1907-12: letters (10) to Sir David Gill
Royal Geographical Society
See HMC MS papers of British scientists 1600-1940, 1982
4
1909-23: corresp with GE Hale
California Institute of Technology Archives
See HMC MS papers of British scientists 1600-1940, 1982
5
1883-1907: corresp with Lord Kelvin (33 items)
Cambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
NRA 20700 Stokes
6
1885-98: letters (13) to Lord Playfair
Imperial College Archives and Corporate Records Unit
NRA 11556 Playfair
7
1906-22: letters (17) to Lord Rutherford
Cambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
8
1875-1902: letters (29) to Sir George Stokes
Cambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
NRA 20700 Stokes
9
letters (17) to Sir Joseph Thomson
Cambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
10
1898-1903: corresp rel to experiments concerning vaccuum flask
Science Museum Library and Archives
See Annual Return 1995

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