Reference numberEC/1881/18
TitleSamuelson, Sir Bernhard: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationBernard Samuelson.
President of the British Iron Trade Association; Past President of the Agricultural Engineers Association, Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Vice President of the Iron and Steel Institute.
Author of a paper on the Construction of Blast Furnaces which obtained the Telford Medal of the Institution of Civil Engineers.
Reporter to the Committee of the Lords of the Committee of Council for Education on the Education of the Industrial Classes on the Continent.
Member of Royal Commission on Scientific Instruction and the Advancement of Science.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: J Fred Bateman
From Personal Knowledge: Devonshire; John Lubbock; Spencer H Walpole; C Wm Siemens; John Hawkshaw; William Crookes; J Norman Lockyer
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen

Samuelson, Sir Bernhard: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6639Samuelson; Sir; Bernhard (1820 - 1905)1820 - 1905
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