Bolton, Gambier (d. 1929)

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Bolton, Gambier (d. 1929)

British author and lecturer on natural history who also investigated various aspects of psychical phenomena. He was educated at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. He published a large series of animal photographs that he took while traveling in Europe, America, Canada, the Hawaiian Islands, Japan, China, Java, the Malay Peninsula, Burma, India, and South Africa. He accompanied the duke of Newcastle on his world tour 1893-94. Bolton died July 29, 1929.

Sources:

Bolton, Gambier A Book of Beasts and Birds. London: G. Newnes, Ltd., 1903.

. Ghosts in Solid Form. London: W. Rider and Son, Ltd., 1919.