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CROMBIE, Alistair Cameron (1915 - 1996), Fellow, 1969–83, garden master, 1971–81, Trinity College, Oxford (Hon. Fellow, 1994); Lecturer in History of Science, University of Oxford, 1953–83

DARLINGTON, Cyril Dean (1903 - 1981), Sherardian Professor of Botany, University of Oxford, 1953–71, later Emeritus; Keeper, Oxford Botanic Garden, 1953–71; Fellow of Magdalen College, 1953–71; Hon. Fellow, 1971

VICKERS, Michael John (born 1943), Professor of Archaeology, University of Oxford, 2002–10, now Emeritus (Reader in Archaeology, 1996–2002); Dean of Degrees, Jesus College, Oxford, since 2002 (Garden Master, 2002–08; Senior Research Fellow in Classical Studies, 1996–2010, now Emeritus Fellow); Senior Assistant Keeper, Department of Antiquities, Ashmolean Museum, 1988–2010 (Assistant Keeper, 1971–88)

GUNTHER, Robert Theodore (1869 - 1940), First Curator of Lewis Evans Collection, 1924, which became the Oxford Museum for the History of Science in the Old Ashmolean Building in 1935; University Reader in the History of Science, 1934; late Fellow and Tutor, Magdalen College, Oxford; Associate of the British School at Rome; Corresponding Member of Comité International d’Histoire des Sciences; Diploma of Museums Association; Curator of Oxford Botanic Garden, 1914–19; Librarian of Magdalen College, 1920–23; Vice-President of the Linnean Society, 1927–28, of the Ray Society, 1929, of the Historical Section of the British Medical Association, 1936

CARGILL, Lionel Vernon (died 1955), Fellow of King’s College, London; Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, King’s Coll. Hospital; Consulting Surg., Royal Eye Hospital; Emeritus Lecturer in Ophthalmology, King’s Coll. Hospital Med. School; Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, Dreadnought, Seamen’s Hospital, Greenwich; late Chm., Royal Eye Hospital; Past Master, Society Apothecaries, Lond.; Vice-Pres. and Treasurer Board of Registration of Med. Auxiliaries; late Examiner in Ophthalmology, Oxford University; Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, Maternity Charity, Plaistow; Member Cttee of Management, Chelsea Physic Garden

 

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