The Hull Meeting of the British Association

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IT is ninety-one years since the British Association for the Advancement of Science was founded, in Yorkshire, and it is sixty-nine years since the Association paid its single visit to Kingston-on-Hull. One prominent Hull citizen, the head of an important industry, who was present at the Hull meeting as a member is still living, but it is not anticipated that many others will remember the previous Hull meeting.

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S., T. The Hull Meeting of the British Association. Nature 109, 784–786 (1922). https://doi.org/10.1038/109784a0

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