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== The celebration of the centenary of the Geological Survey of Great Britain ==
 
== The celebration of the centenary of the Geological Survey of Great Britain ==
 
[[List of delegates and overseas guests who attended the ceremonies of the opening of the new Museum of Practical Geology and the celebration of the centenary of the Geological Survey of Great Britain|'''List of delegates''']]
 
  
 
On the following day (4th July, 1935) the Centenary of the Geological Survey of Great Britain was celebrated at a meeting held in the hall of the Royal Geographical Society in Exhibition Road, South Kensington. Lord Rutherford presided, and with him on the platform were Sir Frank Smith, K.C.B., Secretary of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Dr. T. F. Sibly, Chairman of the Geological Survey Board, Sir John Flett, K.B.E., Director of the Geological Survey and Museum, and Professor Coleman, Toronto, Professor Mathews, Baltimore, U.S.A., Professor de Margerie, Paris, and Professor Dr. von Seidlitz, Director of the Geological Survey of Prussia.
 
On the following day (4th July, 1935) the Centenary of the Geological Survey of Great Britain was celebrated at a meeting held in the hall of the Royal Geographical Society in Exhibition Road, South Kensington. Lord Rutherford presided, and with him on the platform were Sir Frank Smith, K.C.B., Secretary of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Dr. T. F. Sibly, Chairman of the Geological Survey Board, Sir John Flett, K.B.E., Director of the Geological Survey and Museum, and Professor Coleman, Toronto, Professor Mathews, Baltimore, U.S.A., Professor de Margerie, Paris, and Professor Dr. von Seidlitz, Director of the Geological Survey of Prussia.
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'''''Edinburgh and the Forth Valley Excursion''': ''Leaders, Dr. J. E. Richey and Mr. A. G. MacGregor. The following took part
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