Authorised form of nameLinstead; Sir; Reginald Patrick (1902 - 1966)
ForenamesReginald Patrick
Dates1902 - 1966
Dates and placesBirth:
28 August 1902
22 September 1966
City of London School (1915-1919)
Professor of Chemistry, Harvard University; Rector, Imperial College, London
CBE 1946; Kt 1959
Royal Society activityMembership:
Election Date:
For Sec 1960-1965; VP 1959-1965
CSAC 30/7/75. Papers deposited in Archives of the Imperial College of Science and Technology, London
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1968 vol 14 pp 309-347, plate, by D H R Barton with H N Rydon and J A Elvidge
Royal Society codeNA3830
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1940/13Linstead, Sir Reginald Patrick: certificate of election to the Royal Society
PB/3/2/4/13Correspondence on collaboration with Russian scientists, 1964-19651964-1965
PB/7/2/4/7/1Invitation from President to participate in Centenial Celebration, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and correspondence with organisers re travel arrangements, Blackett's papers, etc.1961
HWT/24/1/2Correspondence and papers regarding agreement on cooperation between Royal Society and Bulgarian Academy of Sciences1966
PB/1/18/4Short notes and correspondence re Blackett's service at Imperial College1965-1968
PB/1/25Correspondence re portraits of Blackett commissioned by Manchester University and Imperial College1963-1967
PB/1/33/4/4President of the Royal Society1965
PB/1/33/3/4Companion of Honour1965
IM/002770Linstead, Sir Reginald Patricknd
IM/002769Linstead, Sir Reginald Patricknd
IM/GA/WS/1711Linstead, Sir Reginald Patrick1946
WF/78AGrant application from Imperial College London to the Wolfson Foundation1958-2011
HWT/6/3Correspondence and papers regarding composition of the Natural Science Advisory Committee of the UK National Commission for UNESCODecember 1965 - January 1966
IM/GA/WRS/8272Linstead, Sir Reginald Patricknd
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