George Henry Bosch (18 February 1861 – 30 August 1934) was an Australian merchant and philanthropist.
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... Bosch died at Sydney on 30 August 1934 ... A portrait of Bosch by George Washington Lambert is in the great hall at the university, and there is a memorial window at St John's Church, Gordon, Sydney ... Bosch was a keen business man, whose only recreation was walking until he took up golf in middle life he was honorary treasurer of Manly Golf Club for many years ...
... Lord Tennyson is a requiem written in memory of the poet's Cambridge friend Arthur Henry Hallam ... In Middlemarch (1872 novel) by George Eliot, Mr Brooke, the heroine's uncle and guardian, is a Cambridge graduate ... In Portraits of Places (1883 travel book), Henry James describes the college backs as "the loveliest confusion of gothic windows and ancient trees, of ...
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