Collection: SC MS Turner: William Barwell Turner Collection

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Title: William Barwell Turner Collection

Level: Collection 

Classmark: SC MS Turner

Creator(s): Turner, William Barwell (1845-1917)

Date: 1858-1891

Size and medium: 15 volumes

Persistent link: https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/167038 

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Description

Collection of memoirs, notes and sketches compiled by William Barwell Turner on natural history. Comprises accessions MS 206-220.

Administrative or biographical history

William Barwell Turner was a botanist and expert on the Desmidieae. He became President of the Leeds Naturalists' Club in 1881.

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