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Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820)

Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820)

Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820), wealthy philanthropist, natural history lover, patron and first unofficial director of Kew Gardens from about 1773. Used his considerable influence to advance the Royal Gardens at Kew... Read more

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Filename: Joseph_Banks.jpg

Size: 4280 x 5924 (17MB)

Date: 10th December 2008

Author: Media Resources

Job Title: Kew Library

Sub Location: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

City: Richmond

County: Surrey

Country: UK

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Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820)

Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820), wealthy philanthropist, natural history lover, patron and first unofficial director of Kew Gardens from about 1773. Used his considerable influence to advance the Royal Gardens at Kew. Travelled with Captain Cook on HMS Endeavour to the South Pacific, visiting South America, Tahiti, New Zealand, Australia and Java, from 1768 to 1771. President of the Royal Society 1778 to 1820

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Media ID 1359940

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