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   Hooker
   William Jackson
   W. J. H. ; Sir William Hooker ;
   Maria Dawson Turner (1xxx-1xxx) in 1815
   botanist ->Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817-1911)
   1785 in Norwich, Norfolk
   1865
   Kew, Surrey
   botanist ->Joseph Dalton Hooker
   botanist Dawson Turner (1775-1858) (father-in-law) ;
   natural history; Glasgow & Oxford 1845
   United Kingdom
   William Curtis: Flora Londiniensis ; Dawson Turner: Fuci (1808-19) ; W. J. H.: Musci exotici (1818-20), Flora Boreali Americana, Botany Beechey's Voyage, & Genera Filicum (1842) ; Curtis's Botanical Magazine (64 plates / author and editor of that journal between 1827-1865) ; Century of Orchidaceaus Plants (1849) ;
   Kew Gardens, Glasgow University ; Botanical Magazine ;
   ->Joseph Banks ; botanist & lithographer Thomas Hopkirk ; artist ->Franz A. Bauer ; artist Walter Fitch ;
   botanical watercolor, painting, drawing, and etching
   http://plantillustrations.org/artist.php?id_artist=77&mobile=0
   Castle Museum, Norwich ; British Museum Natural History ; Kew Gardens ;
   AKL ; Nissen 1966 # 929 ; Sawyer 1971: 141 ; Blunt & Stearn 1955 ; Lapage 1961: 42-3 plates 1 ; Daniels 1974: 40f. ; Johnston 1992: nos. 577, 732 & 869 ; Sheffield in Shteir & Lightman 2006: 250f. ; Lack 1987: 176f. & 204f. ; Lack: Humboldt 2009: 78-81 ; Sprunger 196: 10 ;
   W.J.H. was the first director of Kew Botanical Gardens & Regius Prof. of botany at Glasgow ; expeditions to Iceland. See also p. 38 of www.ub.uni-leipzig.de/roemersgarten/images/Auszug_Katalog_Roemers_Garten.pdf ; http://talk.sciencegossip.org/#/subjects/ASC0002yxm
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