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WRIGHT, Andrew Paul Kilding (born 1947), architect and heritage consultant in private practice, Andrew P. K. Wright, since 2001; Commissioner, Royal Fine Art Commission for Scotland, 1997–2005

COOMARASWAMY, Ananda K. (1877 - 1947), Fellow for Research in India, Persian and Muthammadan Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Mass; Fellow of University College, London; Vice-President, India Society, London; Hon. Correspondent, Archæological Survey of India, Vrienden der aziatische Kunst, The Hague, Gesellschaft für Asiatische Kunst, Berlin, Coïmbra Institute, Hon. Member, Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Poona, etc

Reply to the Letters to the Editor Submitted by T. L. Ogden and K.T. Du Clos, and by R. Foster Regarding the Paper ‘SWeRF—A Method for Estimating the Relevant Fine Particle Fraction in Bulk Materials for Classification and Labelling Purposes’

ROERICH, Nicholas K. (1874 - 1947), Commander, Order of Imperial Russians of St Stanislas, St Anne and St Vladimir; Commander, First Class of Swedish Order of the Northern Star; French Legion of Honour; Yugoslavian St Sava I Class Grand Cross; Hon. President Roerich Museum, New York; President-Founder Master Institute of United Arts, New York; President-Founder International Art Centre of Roerich Museum, New York; Hon. President Union Internationale pour le Pacte Roerich, Bruges; Hon. Member of Bose Institute, Calcutta, and of Yugoslavian Academy of Art and Science; Vice-President of Archæological Institute of America; Academician of Russian Academy of Fine Arts; Member of Academy of Rheims, Sociétaire of Salon d’Automne, Paris, etc; Hon. Protector and President of 71 Roerich Societies in the world

 

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