George Huxley Papers - Series V Subseries Vc

SERIES V: Newspaper clippings, collected by George L. Huxley, arranged in different subjects and chronologically (i.e. Archaeology, Education, Royal Irish Academy, Greek Culture, Art/Museums/Exhibitions, Linguistics, Obituaries, Railroad, Foreign Press)

Subseries Vc: Royal Irish Academy
Note: Flat storage (drawers #83 -84)

The Irish Times
20 new members elected to Royal Irish Academy, 17 March 2004, by John Downes
New members recognized for achievements in science, humanities, and social sciences

The Irish Times
Job Announcement for Royal Irish Academy, 1 November 1991, Editorial Secretary

The Irish Times
Watts re-elected president of Royal Irish Academy, 17 March 1984
Dr. W A Watts, MA, ScD, Provost, Trinity College, Dublin, re-elected as President of Royal Irish Academy

The Irish Times
RIA president re-elected, 17 March 1983
Re-election of RIA officials, including polite literature and antiquities secretary, Professor G.L. Huxley

The Irish Times
New members of the RIA committee, 18 March 1983
Members of 1983-84 Committee of Science and Committee of Polite Literature and Antiquities (including GL Huxley, MA)

The Irish Times
RIA picks new president, 17 March 1982
Professor William A. Watts, Provost of Trinity College, Dublin, selected as new president of Royal Irish Academy

The Irish Times
Common Interests, 25 June 1981
Royal Irish Academy begins two-day colloquium in Paris, first time the Academy meets outside of Ireland since its founding in 1785

The Irish Times
An historic Meeting, 25 June 1981, by Fergus Pyle
Royal Irish Academy makes history in their first formal meeting outside Ireland since its 1785 establishment

The Irish Times
New Royal Irish Academy members,17 March 1980
Announcement of new members as well as Polite Literature and Antiquities secretary Professor G L Huxley

The Irish Times
Eight new members for Royal Irish Academy, 18 March 1977
Announcement of eight new members and six honorary members

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The Royal Irish Academy, Date Unknown
National Museum houses a remarkable collection of Irish antiquities amassed by the Academy