Reference numberMM/18/18
TitleLetter from Mrs Hill to Sir David Martin, enclosing text drawn from the 'Culver' Journal of Maurice Neville Hill
Date7 April 1976
DescriptionThe 'Culver' was a ketch owned by the Royal Society and used by the Bermuda Oceanographical Committee.

Hill's journal describes the journey of the 'Culver' from Grimsby to Bermuda, June to July 1938.
Extent12 sides
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA1776Hill; Maurice Neville (1919 - 1966)1919 - 1966
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