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Rue, Warren de la (1815-1889), chemist and astronomer

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Surname: Rue
Forenames: Warren de la
Gender: Male
Date: 1815-1889
Biography: ODNB link for Rue, Warren De La (1815-1889) Chemist and Astronomer
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/P137214 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P7806 )
Online related resources Bibliography of British and Irish History link for Warren de la Rue
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
papers
Royal Society
See HMC MS papers of British scientists 1600-1940, 1982
2
papers
Cambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
NRA 22822 Greenwich Observator
3
1829-1999: research papers, primarily copies, incl patents and corresp rel to de la Rue
Island Archives, Guernsey
See Annual Return 2017
4
1866: autobiographical notes
Natural History Museum Library and Archives
NRA 39241
5
1855-1872: corresp with Sir George Airy
Cambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
6
1849-1861: letters (11) to Michael Faraday
Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Archives
See HMC MS papers of British scientists 1600-1940, 1982
7
1856-1871: letters (52) to Sir John Herschel
Royal Society
NRA 8803
8
1861-1867: letters (11) to Richard Hodgson
Royal Astronomical Society Library
See Memoirs of Royal Astronomical Society vol 85 1978
9
1867-1874: letters to Earls of Rosse
Birr Castle Archives
NRA 25548 Parsons
10
1851-1888: letters to Royal Astronomical Society
Royal Astronomical Society Library
See Memoirs of Royal Astronomical Society vol 85 1978
11
1855-1885: corresp with Sir George Stokes (235 items)
Cambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
NRA 20700 Stokes
12
c1860-1880: Guernsey estate corresp and papers
University of Reading: Special Collections

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