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HINKS, Arthur Robert (1873 - 1945), Secretary, Royal Geographical Society since 1915

SCLATER, William Lutley (1863 - 1944), zoologist; Hon. Secretary Royal Geographical Society

JOHNSTON, Harry (Hamilton) (1858 - 1927), Gold Medallist Zoological, Royal Geographical, and Royal Scottish Geographical Societies; Hon. Member Italian Geographical Society, and Royal Irish Zoological Societies; Trustee of the Hunterian Collection, Royal College of Surgeons; Hon. Life Member of the New York Zoological Society

THOMSON, James Park (1854 - 1941), JP; Hon. Corr. Member, New York Academy of Science, National Academy of Sciences, Alzate, Mexico, Royal Scottish Geographical Society, Commercial Geographical Society, Paris, and Geographical Societies of Lisbon, Marseilles, Halle, and Manchester; Life Member, National Geographic Society

Cust, Maria Eleanor Vere (1862/1863-1958), first woman fellow of the Royal Geographical Society

Founders of the Royal Geographical Society of London (act. 1828-1830)

Bombay Africans 1850–1910, Royal Geographical Society, 25 September - 29 November 2007

PALIN, Michael Edward (born 1943), actor, writer and traveller; President, Royal Geographical Society, 2009–12

Kennedy, Archibald (1872 - 1943), JP, DL Ayrshire; Advocate, Edinburgh; Fellow of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society

 

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The Royal Geographical Society (RGS) was founded in London on May 24, 1830. Its immediate ancestor was the Raleigh Travellers’ Club and it was soon to absorb the African Association. ...

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