Reference numberMS/942
TitleEssay, 'The liquefaction of gases', by Charles Stanley Gibson
DescriptionSummary of the physical science and historical aspects of gas liquefaction. With graphs inserted as plates, and ink drawing illustrations within the text.

School essay by Charles Stanley Gibson, entered for the Francis Kelly competition, a £5 book prize of Manchester Grammar School. Gibson attended the Grammar Schoool until 1902, when he progressed to Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford, on a Natural Sciences Scholarship. The title page states that the essay was submitted at 'Midsummer 1902'.
Extent23p.; 3 plates
Physical descriptionOn paper. Half bound in leather with purple cloth boards. Gilded title and author details on the front board.
Access statusOpen
ProvenancePresented by K. Moore, 13 October 2021.
Fellows associated with this archive
NA1324Gibson; Charles Stanley (1884 - 1950)1884 - 1950
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