Sir Grahame Clark was an archaeologist and prehistorian, and was Master of Peterhouse from 1973-1980.
He matriculated to Peterhouse in 1926, later reading for a PhD, before being admitted as a bye-fellow in 1933, and a full fellow in 1950.
Grahame Clark played a central role in establishing the Science Research Council and became its first chairman. He published more than 20 books and made a tremendous contribution to both British and world prehistory.
Grahame Clark was a great champion of the Boat Club during his time as Master, and was ever popular with the Club's members.