Pendlebury, Richard (1847 -1902)

Richard Pendlebury entered St John's College Cambridge in 1866 and graduated senior wrangler in 1870. A fellowship followed, and from 1888 he served as University Lecturer in Mathematics. He collected both early mathematical texts and printed music, and was a pioneering Alpine mountaineer. After his death his collections of music were left to the Fitzwilliam Museum, but his mathematical collections came to St John's. They include many items of interest, in particular eight mathematical incunabula.

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Pendlebury, Richard (1847 - 1902) (Stamp 1) Title: Pendlebury, Richard (1847 - 1902) (Stamp 1)
Dimensions (height x width): 38mm x 30mm
Monogram: R P
Pendlebury, Richard (1847 - 1902) (Stamp 2) Title: Pendlebury, Richard (1847 - 1902) (Stamp 2)
Dimensions (height x width): 31mm x 31mm
Monogram: R P