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Bulletin of the Imperial Institute

A very long running quarterly bulletin series with each issue containing a series of articles to provide a record of progress relating to agricultural, mineral and other industries, with special reference to the utilization of the raw materials of the Dominions, India and Colonies. Articles were mostly about a particular mineral resource in a particular country e.g.: The graphite deposits of Ceylon; Diamonds in the Gold Coast; Bauxite in Tasmania. The series ran from Bulletin No. 1 in 1903 to No. 46 in 1948. In the late 1940s a Colonial Development and Welfare Fund was set up to pay for expansion of services in the poorer colonies. To control the geological part, the Directorate of Colonial Geological Surveys was set up in 1947. The Imperial Institute Bulletin was superceded by the series 'Colonial Geology and Mineral Resources' which itself ran to 1957 to be replaced by the Overseas Geology and Mineral Resources.

 

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1903
RD01
Bulletin of the Imperial Institute No. 1 Full entry
1903
RD01_1
Bulletin of the Imperial Institute, volume 1, part 1 Full entry
1903
RD01_2
Bulletin of the Imperial Institute, volume 1, part 2 Full entry
1903
RD01_3
Bulletin of the Imperial Institute, volume 1, part 3 Full entry
1903
RD01_4
Bulletin of the Imperial Institute, volume 1, part 4 Full entry
1904
RD02
Bulletin of the Imperial Institute No. 2 Full entry
1904
RD02_1
Bulletin of the Imperial Institute, volume 2, part 1 Full entry
1904
RD02_2
Bulletin of the Imperial Institute, volume 2, part 2 Full entry
1904
RD02_3
Bulletin of the Imperial Institute, volume 2, part 3 Full entry
1904
RD02_4
Bulletin of the Imperial Institute, volume 2, part 4 Full entry
 

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