File O. T. Jones MSS 94-100 - O. T. Jones MSS (Additional)

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O. T. Jones MSS 94-100


O. T. Jones MSS (Additional)


  • 1904-1966 (Creation)

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1 box

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Donated by Mr Patrick Ellis Jones, Bangor, October 2000.; A2000/112

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An additional group of papers of Professor Owen Thomas Jones (1878-1967), geologist, including personal and research correspondence, together with research notes, reports and articles relating to geological matters.

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Accruals are not expected.

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No restrictions

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Usual copyright laws apply

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  • English

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A hard copy of the 1968 donation is available at NLW, including a list of this present donation.

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Lantern slides and maps are in the NLW Department of Pictures and Maps. Another group of O. T. Jones papers is in the Institute of Geological Science.

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The main group of papers was donated in November 1968 by Dr W. D. V. Jones, Amsterdam, per the Sedgwick Museum, Cambridge.


Preferred citation: O. T. Jones MSS 94-100

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  • Text: O. T. Jones MSS 94-100.