Lecture: "TORQUAY'S FAMOUS NATURAL HISTORIAN: THE MOVING STORY OF PHILIP HENRY GOSSE"
Date: 22 March 2017
MUSEUM SOCIETY LECTURE.
TORQUAY'S FAMOUS NATURAL HISTORIAN: THE MOVING STORY OF PHILIP HENRY GOSSE. Roger Wotton, Emeritus Professor of Biology at UCL reveals his admiration and affection for Gosse, 'the David Attenborough of his day', a conflicted man who moved to Torquay in 1857 where he remained until his death in 1888.
The lecture starts at 10:45 h and is free to Torquay Museum Society members, or £5.00 for non-members.
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