Reference numberMDA/C/32
Alternative reference numberMS 618
TitleCorrespondence and papers relating to the Tyndall Fund
DescriptionMaterial relating to the establishment and granting of a fund set up in 1910 by Louisa Tyndall, according to a wish expressed by her late husband John Tyndall, 'for the purpose of encouraging and furthering research in all matters pertaining to mining, including such questions as ventilation, temperature, diseases incident to miners, and any other lines of scientific inquiry conducive to the improvement of mining and the lot of miners'.
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