Person record: WILSON, Douglas P.  (1902-1991)

Basic biographical summary of this person
Full nameDouglas Patrick WILSON
Gendermale
Relevance of this personnaturalist and photographer whose work was used for lantern slides 
Main period of activity1920s-40s
Other internet resourcessee record in Virtual International Authority File
Notes

Wilson wrote several books on marine natural history subjects in the 1930s-50s, and he is credited as photographer of slides of similar subjects made by Flatters and Garnett around the 1930s.

He was on the staff of the British Marine Biological Association from 1928 to 1969; some details here are from an obituary in the MBA's 1991 Annual Report.

 
Relationships to other peoplemarried to WILSON, Dr Alison, Ph.D, F.L.S.  (1903-1978)
ChronologyDateAgeEvent/activity
7 August 1902born atManchester, Lancashire, England
1930s~27associated withFlatters and Garnett
27 May 193936lecturerLantern lecture: Natural History lantern slides, Plymouth, Devon, England, 27 May 1939
18 December 199189died atPlymouth, Devon, England
22 April 1992archive entryNational Probate Calendar Index of Wills and Administrations, 1992 p.9474
Lucerna ID no. 6004897Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 22 March 2017

How to cite this record: all the information in Lucerna is freely available for use for any legal non-commercial purpose. If you use any of the information on this page, please credit it in the following (or an equivalent) style:

  Lucerna Magic Lantern Web Resource, www.slides.uni.trier.de/person/index.php?id=6004897. Accessed 1 May 2017.

All Lucerna data is published in good faith as the latest known version of the information, but without any guarantee as to its accuracy or completeness. If you can correct or add to our information, or supply any images, please Contact us.