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Rivers W H R.JPG

TitleRivers, William Halse Rivers - Photograph
Dateearly 20th century
DescriptionPortrait print of William Halse Rivers Rivers (1864-1922), MA, MD, MRCP, Lecturer in the Physiology of the Senses and Experimental Psychology, Cambridge University.

Founding Member (British) Psychological Society (BPS) and Joint Editor of the British Journal of Psychology 1904 to 1912.

Photographer: Unknown

W.H.R.Rivers' biography is available via the names tab.
Dimensions8 x 6 inches
MaterialB/W Print (positive)
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RulesDescription compiled in line with the following: ISAD (G) General International Standard Archival Description MAD3 Third Edition 2000
ArchNoteCompiled by Mike Maskill BPS Archivist for the History of Psychology Centre.

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BPS/GB/58Rivers; William Halse Rivers (1864-1922); Dr; FRCP, FRS1864-1922
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