Peter K Clark was awarded the Society's Medal at the BCS Symposium in
Manchester in September 2006. The Medal is the Society's highest award
and is presented to persons who have made a distinguished contribution
Previous recipients are:
1984 F J Ormeling (Snr)
1988 J S Keates and Helen M Wallis
1991 J B Harley and A H Robinson
1995 H A G Lewis
1999 Barbara A Bond
2000 M Wood
2002 I Mumford
2004 C Board
I can supply a citation if required.
In message <013101c735c2$b7987ce0$2dada850@ockendonuyx368>, tony
campbell <[log in to unmask]> writes
>This is my annual request for information that might be relevant for the
>'Chronicle' section in Imago Mundi: the International Journal for the
>History of Cartography.
>Please send me any information that you think *might* be of interest to an
>international audience. It should be news relating to the past twelve
>months [though I can store future details for use next year] and it should
>be of direct concern to the history of cartography. I should already have
>all news contained in MapHist and lismaps messages.
>We are seeking information relating to the following headings:
>1. Personal News - deaths, significant appointments, prizes & awards,
>research fellowships, and doctorates
>2. Conferences & Meetings [obviously I use John Docktor's listing <
>http://www.docktor.com/ > but there are always some events that are never
>3. Institutional & General News
>4. Exhibitions [again, I use John Docktor's listing <
>5. Notable Acquisitions by institutions, "featuring only collections,
>manuscript material, and rare or bibliographically important printed
>atlases, maps, charts and globes".
>6. Unusual items that have come up for sale. [This section is compiled by
>Ashley Baynton-Williams < [log in to unmask] >. Please send
>information directly to him].
>For further details and sample entries, please see <
>'Chronicle' is the official record of what has happened in our field over
>the previous year. Its completeness depends, to a considerable extent, on
>what is supplied by others. If you have any information that you think
>might be relevant, please send it to me, and I can decide if it is
>appropriate or not. Do not worry if you think I may already have the
>information. It is better if details are sent to me four times than not at
>Information about publications, for the Bibliography, should be sent,
>please, to Nick Millea, Map Room, Bodleian Library, Broad Street, Oxford,
>OX1 3BG, UK - < [log in to unmask] >.
>This message is also a reminder to the few National Representatives of Imago
>Mundi who are, as we speak, busily completing their contributions.
>To meet this year's deadline, I need information please *as soon as
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