Person record: HARRISON, W.H.  (1840-1897)

Basic biographical summary of this person
Full nameWilliam Henry HARRISON
Gendermale
Relevance of this personcontributor to OMLJ, 1893-95 
Main period of activity1890s
ChronologyDateAgeEvent/activity
1840born atIslington, London N, England
1861residentRock Cottage, City Road, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales
7 April 1861~21census record1861 Census of England and Wales, RG9/4164.18.29
– occupation “Clerk in Charge in Electric Telegraph Office”
1881resident41 Great Russell Street, London, England
3 April 1881~41census record1881 Census of England and Wales, RG11/321.61.8
– occupation “Author & Editor Psychology Spiritualism”
1891-1897resident22 Chaucer Road, Herne Hill, London SE, England
5 April 1891~51census record1891 Census of England and Wales, RG12/413.15.23
– occupation “Journalist”
10 August 1897~57died atHerne Hill, London SE, England
Texts linked to this personArticles (23)

W.H. Harrison, Acetylene in OMLJ 6.73 (June 1895)

W.H. Harrison, The birth of the limelight: no. I in OMLJ 6.69 (February 1895)

W.H. Harrison, The birth of the limelight: no. II in OMLJ 6.71 (April 1895)

W.H. Harrison, The birth of the limelight: no. III in OMLJ 6.75 (August 1895)

W.H. Harrison, Colour contrasts by optical projection in OMLJ 5.67 (December 1894)

W.H. Harrison, Daguerre's lantern effects without a lantern in OMLJ 4.46 (March 1893)

W.H. Harrison, Experiments on stereoscopic effects with the lantern in OMLJ 4.55 (December 1893)

W.H. Harrison, The first lantern for opaque objects in OMLJ 5.67 (December 1894)

W.H. Harrison, The lantern of the future: [no. I] in OMLJ 3.43 (December 1892)

W.H. Harrison, The lantern of the future: no. II in OMLJ 4.44 (January 1893)

W.H. Harrison, The lantern of the future: no. III in OMLJ 4.45 (February 1893)

W.H. Harrison, Metallic lantern screens in OMLJ 5.56 (January 1894)

W.H. Harrison, Oils and lamps for the lantern: no. I in OMLJ 4.48 (May 1893)

W.H. Harrison, Oils and lamps for the lantern: no. II in OMLJ 4.50 (July 1893)

W.H. Harrison, Oils and lamps for the lantern: no. III in OMLJ 4.51 (August 1893)

W.H. Harrison, Oils and lamps for the lantern: no. IV in OMLJ 4.52 (September 1893)

W.H. Harrison, Oils and lamps for the lantern: V in OMLJ 4.53 (October 1893)

W.H. Harrison, Oils and oil lamps for the lantern: VI in OMLJ 4.54 (November 1893)

W.H. Harrison, The supply of oxygen to lantern flames: no. I in OMLJ 5.60 (May 1894)

W.H. Harrison, The supply of oxygen to lantern flames: no. II in OMLJ 5.62 (July 1894)

W.H. Harrison, The supply of oxygen to lantern flames: no. III in OMLJ 5.63 (August 1894)

W.H. Harrison, The supply of oxygen to lantern flames: [no. IV] in OMLJ 5.66 (November 1894)

W.H. Harrison, The supply of oxygen to lantern flames: no. V in OMLJ 6.68 (January 1895)


Published correspondence (3)

John Green, Wilkinson & Co., William H. Trevor, Edmund H. Wilkie, W.H. Harrison and W.R. Hill, Correspondence in OMLJ 4.49 (June 1893)  –  'Invention of dissolving views'

W. Miles Barnes, W.H. Harrison, Edmund H. Wilkie and Thomas Hammond, Correspondence in OMLJ 4.54 (November 1893)  –  'Who invented dissolving views?'

Morgan and Morgan, W. Miles Barnes, George Hodson, Harold E. Smith, F. Bartlett, W.H. Harrison and G.R. Baker, Correspondence in OMLJ 4.55 (December 1893)  –  'Who invented dissolving views?'

References
(* = main subject)

* Andrew Pringle and F.H. Varley, An appeal in OMLJ 7.83 (April 1896)

Notes in OMLJ 8.100 (September 1897)
  –  obituary notice

Lucerna ID no. 6002737Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016