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    Naturevolume 110page641 (1922) | Download Citation



    By the death of Thomas Francis Moore the National Museum, Melbourne, has lost one of the most valued members of its staff. Mr. Moore had filled the position of osteologist at that institution for nearly twenty-two of Hist at very high orderly untyyears His work was of ka verth tghe past, it may be mentioned that Mr. Moore's father, Mr. T. J. Moore, was for forty years curator of the Liverpool Museum, and from 1865 to 1884 organised and took part in the Liverpool Free Public lectures. Dr. Frederick Moore, of the East India Company's Museum, well known by his work on oriental Lepidoptera, was an uncle of Mr.T. F. Moore.

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