Organisation: Royal Geographical Society, special interest society

Historical details of this organisation
Full nameRoyal Geographical Society
Short nameRoyal Geographical Society
Main area of activityspecial interest society
Date of foundation

unknown

Main nation of relevant activityEngland
Known locations/addresses(In some cases the organisation may have been at that location earlier or later than shown)
1913business address: Lowther Lodge, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7, England
Events linked to this organisationorganiser: [Travels in the far North], London, England, 8 February 1897
organiser: The first crossing of the Fly River to the Sepik, New Guinea, London, England, 7 January 1929
organiser: The highlands of Persian Baluchistan, London, England, 4 May 1931
Slide set references to this organisation

[A collection of three boxes of lantern slides taken by British Royal Navy surgeon, Captain J.A. Forrest, of China] (lecture: maker unknown, at least 93 slides, n.d.)

The first crossing of the Fly River to the Sepik, New Guinea (lecture: Royal Geographical Society, 36 slides, 1929)

[A set of lantern slides made to illustrate a lecture about the Bolivian Andes by Sir Martin Conway, read 8th May 1899] (lecture: maker unknown, at least 29 slides, c.1899)

[A set of lantern slides made to illustrate a lecture on Arabia by Sir Harold and Doreen Ingrams at the Royal Geographical Society] (set type unknown: maker unknown, at least 24 slides, n.d.)

[A set of lantern slides made to illustrate a paper by Douglas Carruthers on 'Explorations in Central Asia', read 25th March 1912 ] (lecture: maker unknown, at least 33 slides, c.1912)

A set of lantern slides made to illustrate a paper by Dr. D. G. Hogarth on 'Gertrude Bell's Journey to Hayil' (lecture: maker unknown, at least 11 slides, c.4 April 1927)

[A set of lantern slides made to illustrate a paper by Henry George Watkins on 'The Cambridge Expedition to Edge Island', read 20th February 1928] (lecture: maker unknown, at least 41 slides, c.1929)

[A set of lantern slides made to illustrate a paper by M.A. Spender on 'Further Work on the Great Barrier Reefs', read 16th December 1929] (lecture: maker unknown, at least 63 slides, c.16 December 1929)

[A set of lantern slides made to illustrate a paper by Michael J. Leahy, read 21st November 1935] (lecture: maker unknown, at least 60 slides, c.1935)

[A set of lantern slides made to illustrate a paper by Miss Olive MacLeod on 'A Lady's Journey in Central Sudan', read 11th January 1912] (lecture: maker unknown, at least 55 slides, c.1912)

[A set of lantern slides made to illustrate a paper by Sir William Garstin on 'Fifty Years of Nile Exploration and some of its results', read at the Royal Geographical Society 14th December 1908] (lecture: maker unknown, 14 slides, c.1908)

[A set of lantern slides made to illustrate a paper on 'Sudan' read by J. Theodore Bent at the Royal Geographical Society] (lecture: maker unknown, / Royal Geographical Society, at least 22 slides, c.1 June 1896)

[A set of lantern slides made to illustrate lectures about the Alps by Sir Martin Conway] (lecture: Royal Geographical Society, at least 23 slides, n.d.)

[A set of lantern slides of the Arctic made from negatives taken during Dr. Fridtjof Nansen's Expedition 1893-1896] (set type unknown: maker unknown, at least 47 slides, n.d.)

[A set of slides illustrating the study of surface waves and kindred forms of the atmosphere, hydrosphere and lithosphere made from negatives taken by Dr. Vaughan Cornish] (lecture: Newton & Co., at least 78 slides, n.d.)

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