Thomas Cotton and Dr. George Fordyce Story, letters concerning purchase of scientific instruments, London and Kelvedon, Tasmania, 1845-1860
Cotton, Thomas and Story, George Fordyce Thomas Cotton and Dr. George Fordyce Story, letters concerning purchase of scientific instruments, London and Kelvedon, Tasmania, 1845-1860. University of Tasmania Library Special and Rare Materials Collection, Australia. (Unpublished)
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Correspondence with Thomas Cotton, brother of Francis concerning purchase of scientific instruments, book etc., including correspondence (1856-62) about a microscope requested but not delivered and catalogue of microscopes. Some of the letters are to and from Dr. George Story, Kelvedon, Tasmania and Thomas Cotton in London.
From Cotton Family Papers C7/131 (i)-(vii)
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|Keywords:||Quaker, Religious Society of Friends, Tasmania, religious history, social history, Australia, Thomas Cotton, George Fordyce Story, London, Kelvedon, scientific instruments, microscopes|
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