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ISNI: 
0000 0001 2139 5214
Name: 
Hill, A.W.
Hill, A. W. (Sir)
Hill, Arthur W.
Hill, Arthur W. (Sir)
Hill, Arthur William
Hill, Arthur William (Sir)
Dates: 
1875-1941
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Harvey, William Henry (1811-1866))
Nash, John (1893-1977)
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Royal Horticultural Society (Great Britain)
Sonder, Otto Wilhelm (1812-1881))
Thiselton-Dyer, William T. (1843-1928) (William Turner))
Thiselton-Dyer, William Turner (1843-1928))
Uittien, Hendrik (1898-1944)
Worsdell, Wilson Crosfield
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1. The Royal botanic gardens, Kew. In relation to the Empire, and to India in particular. 2. Studies in the germination of seeds.
150th anniversary volume of the Royal Botanic Garden, Calcutta
Across Iceland [MI] 1902
Brief van Jan Daniel Ruys (1897-1954) aan Arthur William Hill (1875-1941)
distribution and character of "connecting threads" in the tissues of Pinus sylvestris and other allied species, The
Flora Capensis : being a systematic description of the plants of the Cape Colony, Caffraria, & Port Natal
Flora of Tropical Africa
gentianaceae
Gramineæ (continued
Herdenkingsuitgave bij gelegenheid van de honderdjarige vestiging [van 's Rijks Herbarium] te Leiden.
history and functions of botanic gardens, The
Icones plantarum : or, figures, with descriptive characters and remarks, of new and rare plants, selected from the Kew herbarium
Iconum botanicarum indicis Londinensis
Index Kewensis plantarum phanerogamarum
Index londinensis to illustrations of flowering plants, ferns and fern allies supplement for the years 1921-35
On the structure and affinities of a lepidodendroid stem from the calciferous sandstone of Dalmeny, Scotland, possibly identical with Lepidophloios harcourtii (Witham)
Overseas plant products
peperomia
Poisonous plants, deadly, dangerous and suspect
santalaceae
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