Reference numberMS/222
Previous numbersMS 222
TitleReports on excavations at Kent's Cavern by William Pengelly and Edward Vivian
DescriptionReports by William Pengelly FRS (1812-1894) and Edward Vivian, superintendents of exploration at Kent's Cavern near Torquay in Devon. Produced for the Kent's Cavern Committee of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. With some supporting correspondence.
Extent1 volume, MS Large
Physical descriptionHalf-bound in red leather, red cloth boards. Spine tooled in gold: "Kent's Cavern Reports. W. Pengelly, F.R.S. 1865-1880.' Bookplate of John Evans.
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA2162Pengelly; William (1812 - 1894)1812 - 1894
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