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Authorised form of nameHarker; Alfred (1859 - 1939)
SurnameHarker
ForenamesAlfred
Dates1859 - 1939
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorkshire, England (19 February 1859)
Death:
Cambridge (28 July 1939)
ActivityResearch Field:
Petrology
Education:
MA
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
5/06/1902
Medals/Prizes:
Royal Medal 1935
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DSB
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1939-1941 vol 3 pp 197-216, plate, by A C Seward and C E Tilley
Virtual International Authority Filehttp://viaf.org/viaf/10598458
Royal Society codeNA6026
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
NLB/37/180Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Dr A [Arthur] Smith Woodward FRS7 February 1908
NLB/46/635Copy letter from Henry George Lyons, to Dr Charles William Andrews, Alfred Harker, Dr George Jennings Hinde, Clement Reid, Professor Albert Charles Seward, Professor William Whitehead Watts, Captain Thomas Henry Tizard, Professor John Walter Gregory7 October 1912
NLB/47/617Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Alfred Harker FRS4 March 1913
NLB/47/629Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Alfred Harker FRS6 March 1913
NLB/51/4Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society to Alfred Harker, FRS18 November 1914
RR/22/90Referee's report by Alfred Harker, on a paper 'On the cause of movement and contortion in the Earth's crust' by Clement ReidJune 1915
RR/17/280Referee's report by Alfred Harker, on a paper 'Photographical notes on the products of the eruptions of May 1902 at the Soufriere in St Vincent' by John Smith Flett3 February 1908
RR/22/83Referee's report by Alfred Harker, on a paper 'The reduction of metallic oxides with hydrogen at high pressures' by Edgar Newbery and John Norman PringNovember 1915
RR/19/100Referee's report [page one] by Alfred Harker, on a paper 'The synthesis of a silicalcyanide and of a felspar' by James Emerson Reynolds30 October 1912
RR/19/101Referee's report [page two] by Alfred Harker, on a paper 'The synthesis of a silicalcyanide and of a felspar' by James Emerson Reynolds30 October 1912
RR/22/27Referee's report by Alfred Harker, on a paper 'On the specific heat of steam at atmospheric pressure between 104°C and 115°C' by J H Brinkworth and Hugh Longbourne CallendarMay 1915
RR/29/30Referee's report by Alfred Harker, on a paper 'The reduction of methylene blue by iron compounds' by Edward James Morgan and Juda Hirsch QuastelApril 1923
RR/40/50Referee's report by Alfred Harker, on a paper 'Ball-and-socket jointing in basalt prisms' by F W Preston21 November 1929
NLB/65/534Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir Aubrey Strahan, FRS14 November 1923
EC/1902/08Harker, Alfred: certificate of election to the Royal Society
NLB/54/532Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [Hugh Longbourne] Callendar, Chairman of the Physics and Chemistry Committee and FRS11 June 1917
RR/64/25Referee's report by Alfred Harker, on a paper 'The geological history of the Lake Rudolf Basin, Kenya colony' by Vivian Ernest Fuchs28 November 1937
RR/64/115Referee's report by Alfred Harker, on a paper 'The Royal Society expedition to Montserrat, B. W. I. - The volcanic history and petrology of Montserrat, with observation on Mt Pelé, in Martinique' by A G MacGregor6 October 1937
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