Frederick Douglas Brown papers.
Scope and Contents
Four notebooks containing mathematical notes made while Brown studied at the Lycee de Strasbourg; one volume of newspaper clippings; two briefs, which were presented to Parliament, relating to the Dilworth Trustees Act 1902.
- 1869 - 1902
- Habens, William James (Person)
- Brown, Frederick Douglas (Person)
Language of Materials
English with some items in French.
Conditions Governing Access
Biographical / Historical
Frederick Douglas Brown was born in England in 1851. He studied in Europe and England. For some years he was engaged in research in organic chemistry, and then in 1883, he was appointed Professor of Chemistry and Experimental Physics at the newly opened Auckland University College - a position he held until 1913. Brown died on August 2 1922 at his home in Remuera.
0.1 metres (1 box)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Mrs T.G. Russell, 1941.
- Auckland University College -- General subdivision--Faculty.;
- Dilworth School (N.Z.)
- Mathematics -- Study and teaching
- Mines and mineral resources -- New Zealand
- Inventory of the Frederick Douglas Brown papers, 1869-1902.
- Michael Coleman
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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