Lloyd, Trevor, 1906-1995
- Existence: 1906 - 1995
Trevor Lloyd was born on May 4, 1906, in London, England. He graduated from the University of Bristol in 1929. From 1931-1938, he taught geography in Winnipeg, Canada, public schools. He received his Ph.D. from Clark University in Worcester, MA in 1940. In 1942, Lloyd was hired by Dartmouth College as an assistant professor of geography, and was promoted to full professor in 1944. He left Dartmouth College for McGill University in 1959, where he served as Professor of Human Geography until his retirement in 1977. As an expert on northern geography, Lloyd served in several Canadian government posts and as a consultant to government and industry on northern development. Lloyd also headed northern studies and research groups and was the first editor of "Arctic." Although he wrote several books including "Canada and her Neighbors" (1947), and "A Geographer's World" (1968), most of his works on the Arctic were articles in journals, technical reports, reviews and other short pieces. Lloyd died on February 6, 1995.
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Overview Trevor Lloyd (1906-1995), geographer. Consist of a bibliography of his works, prepared by himself and supplemented by copies of shorter works as well as typescripts and galley proofs for his book "Southern lands." Letters related to the research and editing of "Southern Lands," are also included.