Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Frank Ludlow

[Great Britain] (b 1885/d 1972)

"Frank Ludlow was born in Chelsea, London and studied at West Somerset County School and Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. Ludlow received a bachelor of Arts from Cambridge in the natural science in 1908. During this time he studied botany under Professor Marshal Ward; taught at Sind College Karachi (where he became vice principal and professor of biology and lecturer in English) (...) In 1927 he retired to Srinagar, Kashmir and travelled extensively in the Himalayas including Tibet and Kashmir (...)  He later took charge of the British Mission in Lhasa from 1942-43.(..)  He collected nearly 7000 bird specimens which are now in the Natural History Museum"


Bhutan 1965 "Bhutan Flowers" (8,4,4) [Litho (De La Rue)] Sc(34,...,41) [ image Credit of Stampworld ]

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