Charles Seligman Beatrice Blackwood PRM Museum John Hutton Henry Balfour Edward Tylor Augustus Fox

Information on all individuals associated with PRM collections: Clubs, Careers etc

Clubs

[article ID:542]
 

Total number of people

% of people with known clubs and societies

Other owner only

Donor only

Field collector and other owner

Other owner and donor

Field collector, other owner, and donor

RAI

366

36.7

6

5

92

24

239

BAAS

192

19.2

8

0

47

19

118

RGS

138

13.8

3

0

55

9

71

 

No. of individuals

Only members of RAI, not RGS or BAAS

260

Members of RAI and RGS but not BAAS

29

Members of RAI and BAAS but not RGS

59

Members of RGS and BAAS but not RAI

21

Name of club

Other owner only

% def. biogs

Donor only

% def. biogs

Field collector and other owner

% def. biogs

Other owner and donor

% def. biogs

Field collector, other owner and donor

% def. biogs

All

% def. biogs

% of all indiv.

Society of Antiquaries

6

5.2

1

11.1

27

4.6

7

3.9

58

7.8

99

6.1

2.1

Ashmolean Natural History

1

0.8

-

-

5

0.8

9

5.1

34

4.6

49

3

1

Athenaeum

5

4.3

-

-

26

4.4

11

6.2

59

8

101

6.2

2.1

British Association for the Advancement of Science

4

3.5

-

-

39

6.6

12

6.8

100

13.6

155

9.5

3.3

British Academy

-

-

-

-

9

1.5

3

1.7

22

2.9

34

2

0.7

British School at Athens

-

-

-

-

3

0.5

-

-

15

2

18

1.1

0.3

Carlton

1

0.8

-

-

1

0.1

2

1.1

11

1.4

15

0.9

0.3

Folklore Society

-

-

-

-

16

2.7

2

1.1

26

3.5

44

2.7

0.9

Geological Society

2

1.7

-

-

21

3.5

2

1.1

31

4.2

56

3.4

1.1

Linnean Society

3

2.6

-

-

13

2.2

2

1.1

27

3.6

45

2.7

0.9

London Missionary Society

-

-

-

-

13

2.2

-

-

4

0.5

17

1

0.3

Royal Anthropological Institute

1

0.8

1

11.1

26

4.4

3

1.7

81

11

112

6.9

2.3

Royal Asiatic

2

1.7

-

-

8

1.3

1

0.5

21

2.8

32

1.9

0.6

Royal Geographical Society

3

2.6

-

-

55

9.3

8

4.5

67

9.1

133

8.2

2.8

Royal Society

5

4.3

-

-

29

4.9

5

2.8

33

4.4

72

4.4

1.5

Travellers Club

2

1.7

-

-

7

1.1

2

1.1

10

1.3

21

1.2

0.4

Zoological Society

-

-

-

-

13

2.2

2

1.1

27

3.6

42

2.5

0.8

People in category with full biographies

114

-

9

-

586

-

176

-

735

-

-

1,620

-

Total of All people in category

589

-

22

-

1,890

-

683

-

1,490

-

4,674

-

4,674

Associations:

Distance of relationship from Pitt Rivers Museum as measured by geographical closeness and education link and by type of relationship

[article ID:546]

Types

OU Educated

%

Not OU Educated

%

Unknown

%

Oxford based

%

Not Oxford based

%

Unknown

%

Total number of people in category

Other owner only

29

4.9

246

41.7

314

53.3

37

6.2

355

60.2

197

33.4

589

Donor only

3

13.6

2

9

17

77.2

7

31.8

10

45.4

5

22.7

22

Field collector and other owner

108

5.7

258

13.6

1,524

80.6

197

10.4

664

35.1

1,029

54.4

1,890

Other owner and donor

67

9.8

50

7.3

566

82.8

225

32.9

299

43.7

159

23.2

683

Field collector, other owner and donor

301

20.2

255

17.1

934

62.6

438

29.3

813

54.5

239

16

1,490

All

508

10.8

811

17.3

3,355

71.7

904

19.3

2,141

45.8

1,629

34.8

4,674

Careers, percentages of each category of association with PRM (eg, other owner, donor only) had each career (eg 5.6 % of all other owners only were academics)

[article ID:547]
 

Other owner only

%

Donor only

%

Field collector and other owner

%

Other owner and donor

%

Field collector, other owner and donor

%

All

 

Academic

33

5.6

2

9

105

5.5

49

7.1

183

12.2

372

7.9

Antiquarian

9

1.5

1

4.5

31

1.6

12

1.7

44

2.9

97

2

Anthropologist

3

0.5

1

4.5

59

3.1

8

1.1

181

12.1

252

5.3

of which Amateur Anthropologist

1

0.1

-

-

16

0.8

-

-

32

2.1

49

1

Archaeologist

15

2.5

2

9

242

12.8

20

2.9

303

20.3

582

12.4

of which Amateur Archaeologist

6

0.2

-

-

160

8.4

10

1.4

152

10.2

328

7

Army

8

1.3

1

4.5

156

8.2

14

2

103

6.9

282

6

Artist

6

0.2

-

-

9

0.4

5

0.7

9

0.6

29

0.6

Civil Servant

1

0.1

-

-

-

-

3

0.4

1

-

5

0.1

Colonial Servant

9

1.5

-

-

219

11.5

21

3

240

16.1

489

10.4

Dealer

27

4.5

-

-

17

0.8

49

7.1

29

1.9

122

2.6

Diplomat

1

0.1

-

-

22

1.1

1

0.1

16

1

40

0.8

Farmer

7

1.1

-

-

28

1.4

3

0.4

11

0.7

49

1

Forestry

-

-

-

-

6

0.3

1

0.1

10

0.6

17

0.3

Lawyer

-

-

-

-

2

0.1

3

0.4

2

0.1

7

0.1

Linguist

-

-

-

-

2

0.1

-

-

-

-

2

-

Medic

15

2.5

-

-

84

4.4

23

3.3

80

5.3

202

4.3

Military

-

-

-

-

41

2.1

2

0.2

22

1.4

65

1.3

Miner

-

-

-

-

8

0.4

-

-

2

0.1

10

0.2

Missionary

2

0.3

1

4.5

113

5.9

3

0.4

59

3.9

178

3.8

Museum Professional

15

2.5

9

40.9

52

2.7

46

6.7

154

10.3

276

5.9

Musician

1

0.1

-

-

4

0.2

-

-

8

0.5

13

0.2

Natural Historian

17

2.8

3

13.6

109

5.7

17

2.4

122

8.1

268

5.7

of which Amateur Natural Historian

1

0.1

-

-

13

0.6

1

0.1

14

0.9

29

0.6

Politician

8

1.3

-

-

9

0.4

2

0.2

8

0.5

27

0.5

Religious

25

4.2

2

9

184

9.7

25

3.6

116

7.7

352

7.5

Royal Navy

7

1.1

-

-

102

5.3

1

0.1

32

2.1

142

3

Sailor

1

0.1

-

-

10

0.5

-

-

4

0.2

15

0.3

Teacher

7

1.1

1

4.5

8

0.4

7

1

20

1.3

43

0.9

Trader

20

3.3

1

4.5

47

2.4

15

2.1

30

2

113

2.4

Traveller

8

1.3

-

-

101

5.3

3

0.4

109

7.3

221

4.7

Writer

7

1.1

2

9

24

1.2

9

1.3

21

1.4

63

1.3

Total Number of individuals

589

-

22

-

1,890

-

683

-

1,490

-

4,674

 

Percentages of that particular career for each category of relationship to museum [ie 8.8% of all known academics who contributed to the collections are other owners only]

[article ID:548]
 

Other owner only

%

Donor only

%

Field collector and other owner

%

Other owner and donor

%

Field collector, other owner and donor

%

All

Academic

33

8.8

2

0.5

105

28.2

49

13.1

183

49.1

372

Antiquarian

9

9.2

1

1

31

31.9

12

12.3

44

45.3

97

Anthropologist

3

1.1

1

0.3

59

23.4

8

3.1

181

71.8

252

of which Amateur Anthropologist

1

2

-

-

16

32.6

-

-

32

65.3

49

Archaeologist

15

2.5

2

0.3

242

41.5

20

3.4

303

52

582

of which Amateur Archaeologist

6

1.8

-

-

160

48.7

10

3

152

46.3

328

Army

8

2.8

1

0.3

156

55.3

14

4.9

103

36.5

282

Artist

6

20.6

-

-

9

31

5

17.2

9

31

29

Civil Servant

1

20

-

-

-

-

3

60

1

20

5

Colonial Servant

9

1.8

-

-

219

44.7

21

4.3

240

49.1

489

Dealer

27

22.1

-

-

17

13.9

49

40.1

29

23.7

122

Diplomat

1

2.5

-

-

22

55

1

2.5

16

40

40

Farmer

7

14.2

-

-

28

57.1

3

6.1

11

22.4

49

Forestry

-

-

-

-

6

35.2

1

5.8

10

58.8

17

Lawyer

-

-

-

-

2

28.5

3

42.8

2

28.5

7

Linguist

-

-

-

-

2

100

-

-

-

-

2

Medic

15

7.4

-

-

84

41.5

23

11.3

80

39.6

202

Military

-

-

-

-

41

63

2

3

22

33.8

65

Miner

-

-

-

-

8

80

-

-

2

20

10

Missionary

2

1.1

1

0.5

113

63.4

3

1.6

59

33.1

178

Museum Professional

15

5.4

9

3.2

52

18.8

46

16.6

154

55.7

276

Musician

1

7.6

-

-

4

30.7

-

-

8

61.5

13

Natural Historian

17

6.3

3

1.1

109

40.6

17

6.3

122

45.5

268

of which Amateur Natural Historian

1

3.4

-

-

13

44.8

1

3.4

14

48.2

29

Politician

8

29.6

-

-

9

33.3

2

7.4

8

29.6

27

Religious

25

7.1

2

0.5

184

52.2

25

7.1

116

32.9

352

Royal Navy

7

4.9

-

-

102

71.8

1

0.7

32

22.5

142

Sailor

1

6.6

-

-

10

66.6

-

-

4

26.6

15

Teacher

7

16.2

1

2.3

8

18.6

7

16.2

20

46.5

43

Trader

20

17.6

1

0.8

47

41.5

15

13.2

30

26.5

113

Traveller

8

3.6

-

-

101

45.7

3

1.3

109

49.3

221

Writer

7

11.1

2

3.1

24

38

9

14.2

21

33.3

63

NB

* The columns will not add up to the total number of individuals given in the last row, because there is insufficient information to allow an entry for each individual and some individuals have more than one career.

Career

No. of people

Archaeologist

582

Colonial Servant

489

Academic

372

Religious

352

Army

282

Museum Professional

276

Natural Historian

268

Anthropologist

252

Traveller

221

Medic

202

Missionary

178

Royal Navy

142

Dealer

122

Trader

113

Antiquarian

97

Military

65

Writer

63

Farmer

49

Teacher

43

Diplomat

40

Artist

29

Politician

27

Forestry

17

Sailor

15

Musician

13

Miner

10

Lawyer

7

Civil Servant

5

Linguist

2

   

All Armed services [Army, Royal Navy + Military]

489

How far did careers of people change over time 1884 - 1945?

[article ID:549]

Career

Prior to 1880s

1880s

1890s

1900s

1910s

1920s

1930s

1940s

Post 1940s

Other

Total number of individuals in each category

Academic

43

28

38

36

51

53

42

50

30

1

372

Antiquarian

12

13

10

13

11

13

11

8

5

1

97

Anthropologist

8

18

27

27

32

40

50

30

20

0

252

of which Amateur Anthropologist

4

7

6

4

6

7

10

2

3

0

49

Archaeologist

72

40

43

71

92

86

75

63

40

0

582

of which Amateur Archaeologist

55

26

23

45

58

49

39

21

12

0

328

Army

46

30

25

31

33

49

41

19

7

1

282

Artist

1

1

4

1

3

8

1

7

3

0

29

Civil Servant

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

1

3

0

5

Colonial Servant

46

43

44

57

42

78

100

54

25

0

489

Dealer

13

8

15

23

18

16

17

10

2

0

122

Diplomat

4

9

6

4

2

9

3

2

1

0

40

Farmer

8

3

2

9

8

4

5

5

5

0

49

Forestry

1

2

0

5

1

1

5

2

0

0

17

Lawyer

0

2

1

0

0

0

4

0

0

0

7

Linguist

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

Medic

24

27

22

25

31

27

22

14

8

2

202

Military

12

4

1

9

3

9

12

10

4

1

65

Miner

2

0

0

1

0

5

1

1

0

0

10

Missionary

9

13

24

31

24

24

32

11

10

0

178

Museum Professional

13

17

33

27

32

40

35

49

30

0

276

Musician

0

0

1

0

4

1

2

4

1

0

13

Natural Historian

40

32

37

37

30

28

23

23

15

3

268

of which Amateur Natural Historian

7

1

4

6

3

4

2

2

0

0

29

Politician

4

2

4

7

1

1

2

1

3

2

27

Religious

43

34

46

58

48

41

44

19

17

2

352

Royal Navy

55

14

20

11

8

11

11

5

7

0

142

Sailor

6

2

3

1

0

0

2

1

0

0

15

Teacher

3

4

2

7

2

5

11

4

5

0

43

Trader

9

15

18

12

10

12

18

13

6

0

113

Traveller

33

19

23

32

22

27

34

22

5

4

221

Writer

7

8

9

7

7

7

6

7

5

0

63

All

498

346

439

524

544

662

674

499

463

25

4,674

NB not all individuals have know careers therefore the totals will not tally for All. NB one individual can have more than one career

% of all careers that are associated with each time period (eg 11.5% of all academics collected or donated during the 1880s)

[article ID:550]

Career

Prior to 1880s

%

1880s

%

1890s

%

1900s

%

1910s

%

1920s

%

1930s

%

1940s

%

Post 1940s

%

Other

Total number of individuals in each category

Academic

43

11.5

28

7.5

38

10.2

36

9.6

51

13.7

53

14.2

42

11.2

50

13.4

30

8

1

372

Antiquarian

12

12.3

13

13.4

10

10.3

13

13.4

11

11.3

13

13.4

11

11.3

8

8.2

5

5.1

1

97

Anthropologist

8

3.1

18

7.1

27

10.7

27

10.7

32

12.6

40

15.8

50

19.8

30

11.9

20

7.9

0

252

of which Amateur Anthropologist

4

8.1

7

14.2

6

12.2

4

8.1

6

12.2

7

14.2

10

20.4

2

4

3

6.1

0

49

Archaeologist

72

12.3

40

6.8

43

7.3

71

12.1

92

15.8

86

14.7

75

12.8

63

10.8

40

6.8

0

582

of which Amateur Archaeologist

55

16.7

26

7.9

23

7

45

13.7

58

17.6

49

14.9

39

11.8

21

6.4

12

3.6

0

328

Army

46

16.3

30

10.6

25

8.8

31

10.9

33

11.7

49

17.3

41

14.5

19

6.7

7

2.4

1

282

Artist

1

3.4

1

3.4

4

13.7

1

3.4

3

10.3

8

27.5

1

3.4

7

24.1

3

10.3

0

29

Civil Servant

0

-

0

-

0

-

0

-

1

20

0

-

0

-

1

20

3

60

0

5

Colonial Servant

46

9.4

43

8.7

44

9

57

11.6

42

8.6

78

15.9

100

20.4

54

11

25

5.1

0

489

Dealer

13

10.6

8

6.5

15

12.2

23

18.8

18

14.7

16

13.1

17

13.9

10

8.1

2

1.6

0

122

Diplomat

4

10

9

22.5

6

15

4

10

2

5

9

22.5

3

7.5

2

5

1

2.5

0

40

Farmer

8

16.3

3

6.1

2

4

9

18.3

8

16.3

4

8.1

5

10.2

5

10.2

5

10.2

0

49

Forestry

1

5.8

2

11.7

0

-

5

29.4

1

5.8

1

5.8

5

29.4

2

11.7

0

-

0

17

Lawyer

0

-

2

28.5

1

14.2

0

-

0

-

0

-

4

57.1

0

-

0

-

0

7

Linguist

0

-

0

-

1

50

1

50

0

-

0

-

0

-

0

-

0

-

0

2

Medic

24

11.8

27

13.3

22

10.8

25

12.3

31

15.3

27

13.3

22

10.8

14

6.9

8

3.9

2

202

Military

12

18.4

4

6.1

1

1.5

9

13.8

3

4.6

9

13.8

12

18.4

10

15.3

4

6.1

1

65

Miner

2

20

0

-

0

-

1

10

0

-

5

50

1

10

1

10

0

-

0

10

Missionary

9

5

13

7.3

24

13.4

31

17.4

24

13.4

24

13.4

32

17.9

11

6.1

10

5.6

0

178

Museum Professional

13

4.7

17

6.1

33

11.9

27

9.7

32

11.5

40

14.4

35

12.6

49

17.7

30

10.8

0

276

Musician

0

-

0

-

1

7.6

0

-

4

30.7

1

7.6

2

15.3

4

30.7

1

7.6

0

13

Natural Historian

40

14.9

32

11.9

37

13.8

37

13.8

30

11.1

28

10.4

23

8.5

23

8.5

15

1.1

3

268

of which Amateur Natural Historian

7

24.1

1

3.4

4

13.7

6

20.6

3

10.3

4

13.7

2

6.8

2

6.8

0

-

0

29

Politician

4

14.8

2

7.4

4

14.8

7

25.9

1

3.7

1

3.7

2

7.4

1

3.7

3

11.1

2

27

Religious

43

12.2

34

9.6

46

13

58

16.4

48

13.6

41

11.6

44

12.5

19

5.3

17

4.8

2

352

Royal Navy

55

38.7

14

9.8

20

14

11

7.7

8

5.6

11

7.7

11

7.7

5

3.5

7

4.9

0

142

Sailor

6

40

2

13.3

3

20

1

6.6

0

-

0

-

2

13.3

1

6.6

0

-

0

15

Teacher

3

6.9

4

9.3

2

4.6

7

16.2

2

4.6

5

11.6

11

25.5

4

9.3

5

11.6

0

43

Trader

9

7.9

15

13.2

18

15.9

12

10.6

10

8.8

12

10.6

18

15.9

13

11.5

6

5.3

0

113

Traveller

33

14.9

19

8.5

23

10.4

32

14.4

22

9.9

27

12.2

34

15.3

22

9.9

5

2.2

4

221

Writer

7

11.1

8

12.6

9

14.2

7

11.1

7

11.1

7

11.1

6

9.5

7

11.1

5

7.9

0

63

% for the individuals associated with each decade that followed that particular career (eg 8.6 per cent of individuals associated with the 1880s were academics)

[article ID:551]

Career

Prior to 1880s

%

1880s

%

1890s

%

1900s

%

1910s

%

1920s

%

1930s

%

1940s

%

Post 1940s

%

Other

Academic

43

8.6

28

8

38

8.6

36

6.8

51

9.3

53

8

42

6.2

50

10

30

6.4

1

Antiquarian

12

2.4

13

3.7

10

2.2

13

2.4

11

2

13

1.9

11

1.6

8

1.6

5

1

1

Anthropologist

8

1.6

18

5.2

27

6.1

27

5.1

32

5.8

40

6

50

7.4

30

6

20

4.3

0

of which Amateur Anthropologist

4

0.8

7

2

6

1.3

4

0.7

6

1.1

7

1

10

1.4

2

0.4

3

0.6

0

Archaeologist

72

14.4

40

11.6

43

9.7

71

13.5

92

16.9

86

12.9

75

11.1

63

12.6

40

8.6

0

of which Amateur Archaeologist

55

1

26

7.5

23

5.2

45

8.5

58

10.6

49

7.4

39

5.7

21

4.2

12

2.5

0

Army

46

9.2

30

8.6

25

5.6

31

5.9

33

6

49

7.4

41

6

19

3.8

7

1.5

1

Artist

1

0.2

1

0.2

4

0.9

1

0.1

3

0.5

8

1.2

1

0.1

7

1.4

3

0.6

0

Civil Servant

0

-

0

-

0

-

0

-

1

0.1

0

-

0

-

1

0.2

3

0.6

0

Colonial Servant

46

9.2

43

12.4

44

10

57

10.8

42

7.7

78

11.7

100

14.8

54

10.8

25

5.3

0

Dealer

13

2.6

8

2.3

15

3.4

23

4.3

18

3.3

16

2.4

17

2.5

10

2

2

0.4

0

Diplomat

4

0.8

9

2.6

6

1.3

4

0.7

2

0.3

9

1.3

3

0.4

2

0.4

1

0.2

0

Farmer

8

1.6

3

0.8

2

0.4

9

1.7

8

1.4

4

0.6

5

0.7

5

1

5

1

0

Forestry

1

0.2

2

0.5

0

-

5

0.9

1

0.1

1

0.1

5

0.7

2

0.4

0

-

0

Lawyer

0

-

2

0.5

1

0.2

0

-

0

-

0

-

4

0.5

0

-

0

-

0

Linguist

0

-

0

-

1

0.2

1

0.1

0

-

0

-

0

-

0

-

0

-

0

Medic

24

4.8

27

7.8

22

5

25

4.7

31

5.6

27

4

22

3.2

14

2.8

8

 

2

Military

12

2.4

4

1.1

1

0.2

9

1.7

3

0.5

9

1.3

12

1.7

10

2

4

0.8

1

Miner

2

0.4

0

-

0

-

1

0.1

0

-

5

0.7

1

0.1

1

0.2

0

-

0

Missionary

9

1.8

13

3.7

24

5.4

31

5.9

24

4.4

24

3.6

32

4.7

11

2.2

10

2.1

0

Museum Professional

13

2.6

17

4.9

33

7.5

27

5.1

32

5.8

40

6

35

5.1

49

9.8

30

6.4

0

Musician

0

-

0

-

1

0.2

0

-

4

0.7

1

0.1

2

0.2

4

0.8

1

0.2

0

Natural Historian

40

8

32

9.2

37

8.4

37

7

30

5.5

28

4.2

23

3.4

23

4.6

15

3.2

3

of which Amateur Natural Historian

7

1.4

1

0.2

4

0.9

6

1.1

3

0.5

4

0.6

2

0.2

2

0.4

0

-

0

Politician

4

0.8

2

0.5

4

0.9

7

1.3

1

0.1

1

0.1

2

0.2

1

0.2

3

0.6

2

Religious

43

8.6

34

9.8

46

10.4

58

11

48

8.8

41

6.1

44

6.5

19

3.8

17

3.6

2

Royal Navy

55

11

14

4

20

4.5

11

2

8

1.4

11

1.6

11

1.6

5

1

7

1.5

0

Sailor

6

1.2

2

0.5

3

0.6

1

0.1

0

-

0

-

2

0.2

1

0.2

0

-

0

Teacher

3

0.6

4

1.1

2

0.4

7

1.3

2

0.3

5

0.7

11

1.6

4

0.8

5

1

0

Trader

9

1.8

15

4.3

18

4.1

12

2.2

10

1.8

12

1.8

18

2.6

13

2.6

6

1.2

0

Traveller

33

6.6

19

5.4

23

5.2

32

6.1

22

4

27

4

34

5

22

4.4

5

1

4

Writer

7

1.4

8

2.3

9

2

7

1.3

7

1.2

7

1

6

0.8

7

1.4

5

1

0

All

498

 

346

 

439

 

524

 

544

 

662

 

674

 

499

 

463

 

25

NB only some individuals have known careers

Careers of field collectors against other individuals associated with PRM collections

[article ID:552]

Career

Field collectors

All individuals

% of field collectors against all

Academic

288

372

77.4

Anthropologist

240

252

95.2

Antiquarian

75

97

77.3

Archaeologist

545

582

93.6

All armed forces

456

489

93.2

Artist

18

29

62

Colonial servant

458

488

93.8

Dealer

46

122

37.7

Diplomat

38

40

95

Farmer

39

49

79.5

Forestry

16

17

94.1

Medic

164

202

81.1

Miner

10

10

100

Museum professional

206

276

74.6

Musician

12

13

92.3

Natural Historian

231

268

86.1

Politician

17

27

62.9

Religious

300

352

85.2

Sailor

14

15

93.3

Teacher

28

43

65.1

Trader

77

113

68.1

Traveller

210

221

95

Writer

45

63

71.4

All

3,380

4,674

72.3

How much biographical information do we know about different categories of individuals

[article ID:553]

Types

Biographical information a.

%

Possible biographical information b.

%

No biographical information found c.

%

Some biographical information available [a + b]

%

Total number of individuals

Other owner only

114

19.3

9

1.5

466

79.1

123

20.8

589

Donor only

9

40.9

1

4.5

12

54.5

10

45.4

22

Field collector and other owner

586

31

148

7.8

1,156

61.1

734

38.8

1,890

Other owner and donor

176

25.7

21

3

486

71.1

197

28.8

683

Field collector, other owner and donor

735

49.3

111

7.4

644

43.2

846

56.7

1,490

All

1,620

34.6

290

6.2

2,764

59.1

1,910

40.8

4,674

Breakdown of individuals associated with collections by sex.

[article ID:554]
 

Female

%

Definitely male

%

Probably male

%

Total

Other owner only

102

17.3

419

71.1

68

11.5

589

Donor only

3

13.6

16

72.7

3

13.6

22

Field collector and other owner

283

14.9

1,341

70.9

266

14

1,890

Other owner and donor

312

45.6

341

49.9

30

4.3

683

Field collector, other owner and donor

266

17.8

1,156

77.5

68

4.5

1,490

All

966

20.6

3,273

70

435

9.3

4,674

Size of collections for all individuals associated with the PRM collections up to 1945

[article ID:555]
 

Number of collections defined as small

%

Number of collections defined as medium

%

Number of collections defined as large

%

Total number of individuals in each category

Other owner only

585

99.3

3

0.5

1

0.1

589

Donor only

16

72.7

5

22.7

1

4.5

22

Field collector and other owner

1,810

95.7

70

3.7

10

0.5

1,890

Other owner and donor

625

91.5

47

6.8

11

1.6

683

Field collector, other owner and donor

1,245

83.5

180

12

65

3.4

1,490

All

4,281

91.5

305

6.5

88

1.8

4,674

(NB individuals' collections may contain items from more than one continent)

 

Africa

% of all from cont.

Americas

% of all from cont.

Asia

% of all from cont.

Australia

% of all from cont.

Europe

% of all from cont.

Oceania

% of all from cont.

Other owner only

80

6.4

95

11.2

154

11.5

25

9.6

182

14.1

96

15.1

Donor only

9

0.7

6

0.7

9

0.6

1

0.3

6

0.4

3

0.4

Field collector and other owner

445

35.7

386

45.5

539

40.5

103

39.6

364

28.2

264

41.5

Other owner and donor

215

17.2

127

14.9

210

15.8

61

23.4

239

18.5

119

18.7

Field collector, other owner and donor

497

39.8

233

27.5

417

31.3

70

26.9

496

38.5

153

24

All

1246

100

847

100

1329

100

260

100

1287

100

635

100

Field collectors, other owners and donors in numbers between 1884 - 1945 [by decade]

[article ID:556]
  Prior to 1880s 19th C. 1880s 1890s 1900s 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s

Post 1940s 20th C.

Other

Total number of individuals in each category

Other owner only

98 59 52 49 72 107 68 39

36

9

589

Donor only

- 1 1 1 - 1 2 4

12

-

22

Field collector and other owner

374 199 155 182 173 225 257 164

150

11

1,890

Other owner and donor

1 16 57 60 64 93 76 110

200

6

683

Field collector, other owner and donor

24 71 174 232 235 236 271 182

65

-

1,490

All

498 346 439 524 544 662 674 499

463

25

4,674

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