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86/863D Book, "A Research on the Pines of Australia", R.T. Baker & H.G. Smith, Sydney, Government Printer, 1910 (Technical Education Series no. 16). Click to enlarge.

Book, “A Research on the Pines of Australia”, R.T. Baker & H.G. Smith, Sydney, Government Printer, 1910 (Technical Education Series no. 16)

Made by New South Wales Government Printer in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1910.

Book, “A Research on the Pines of Australia”, R.T. Baker & H.G. Smith, Sydney, Government Printer, 1910 (Technical Education Series no. 16)

Summary

Object No.

86/863D

Object Statement

Book, "A Research on the Pines of Australia", R.T. Baker & H.G. Smith, Sydney, Government Printer, 1910 (Technical Education Series no. 16)

Physical Description

Book, "A Research on the Pines of Australia", R.T. Baker & H.G. Smith, Sydney, Government Printer, 1910 (Technical Education Series no. 16)

Dimensions

Height

33 mm

Width

260 mm

Depth

318 mm

Production

Notes

Richard Thomas Baker (1854-1941) was employed by the Technological Museum (later Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences) Museum from 1888-1921, as Economic Botanist and later Curator. Henry George Smith (1852-1924) was employed by the Museum from 1884, originally as a signwriter but later as Economic Chemist and Assistant Curator to his retirement in 1920. Both were pioneers in Australian phytochemistry.

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Book, "A Research on the Pines of Australia", R.T. Baker & H.G. Smith, Sydney, Government Printer, 1910 (Technical Education Series no. 16) 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 August 2019, <https://ma.as/68062>

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