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Poulton, Sir Edward Bagnall (1856-1943) Knight Zoologist

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Surname: Poulton
Pretitle: Sir
Forenames: Edward Bagnall
Gender: Male
Date: 1856-1943
Biography: ODNB link for Poulton, Sir Edward Bagnall (1856-1943) Knight Zoologist
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/P158602 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P23283 )
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
corresp, diaries and notes
Oxford University: Museum of Natural History
NRA 42507 Oxford

See HMC MS papers of British scientists 1600-1940, 1982
2
1913-14: corresp and notes
Linnean Society of London
See Bridson, Natural history MS resources 1980
3
1932-38: corresp
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Library and Archives
NRA 25004
4
1912-35: corresp and papers as editor of Royal Entomological Society journals
Royal Entomological Society
See Berit Pedersen, Guide to the Archives of the Royal Entomological Society (2002)
5
1910-30: letters (1 box) from GDH Carpenter
Oxford University: Museum of Natural History
NRA 42507 Oxford
6
corresp with Herbert Druce
Royal Entomological Society
See HMC MS papers of British scientists 1600-1940, 1982
7
1888-1908: letters to Sir Francis Galton
London University: University College London (UCL) Special Collections
NRA 19968 Galton
8
1910-32: corresp with WAS Lambourn
Oxford University: Museum of Natural History
NRA 42507 Oxford

See Anne Thurston, Guide to MSS rel to Kenya and East Africa, vol 2 1991
9
1890-1931: letters (13) to Conwy Lloyd Morgan
Bristol University Information Services: Special Collections
NRA 33586
10
letters to Robert McLachlan
Oxford University: Museum of Natural History
NRA 42507 Oxford
11
1902-39: entomological and genealogical letters to CJ Wainwright
Royal Entomological Society
See Berit Pedersen, Guide to the Archives of the Royal Entomological Society (2002)

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