William Bateson Papers (BP) List 

A listing by Alan G. Cock (AGC) and Donald R. Forsdyke (DRF) of the papers of William Bateson placed in the Archives of Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada  (April 9th 2008). Copies are also held in the UK at the Cambridge University Library (originals) and the John Innes Centre. [Note that the latter has a different system of classification.]

For: Mendel Newsletter June 2009: Provenance of Bateson and Cock Papers: (Click Here)

 

1. NORWICH (“BPN”) Boxes A-L at Norwich inspected by AGC (not primarily at Queens)

2. COLEMAN MICROFILM  (“BPB”) Reels A-F (Sections A-F) made in Baltimore

3. SECTION G “BPH” AGC’s “repatriated” materials from Hancock, Maine, USA

4. SECTION H AGC’s 3 decade collection of WB-related materials from various sources

5. SECTION I  Photographs (from BPH and elsewhere)

6. SECTION P John Innes Institute Annual Reports

7. SECTION Q AGC’s selections from above for exhibits and displays (photocopies)

 

 

1. NORWICH (“BPN”) In boxes A-L at Norwich (Probably WB’s original file classification)

This is AGC’s “Synopsis of Headings” 1973 (in ink; for details of contents see section G of AGC’s documents in the Queen’s University Archives). In the John Innes Institute collection these items are numbered beginning with 1327 (following on from the Coleman Microfilm).

  1. Box A
    1. From Erwin Baur (see originals in 3 Section G9c below)
    2. empty envelopes
    3. Poultry
    4. Petunia
    5. missing
    6. Wool
    7. Stocks
    8. Correspondence with L. Doncaster
  1. Box B
    1. Amblystoma and bird hybrids
    2. Naked mice
    3. J. C. Ewart typescript (sheep crosses)
    4. Bovidae
    5. Pigs
    6. Teal crosses
    7. Budgerigars and Canaries
    8. Swans and ducks
    9. R. C. Knight
    10. Sprecker and Kajanus
    11. F. Ludwig – reprints – biometrical reference notes
    12. Lepidoptera – auction catalogue
    13. Carnations
    14. Edward Laxton on peas
    15. missing
    16. missing
    17. H. H. Newman and night-blindness
    18. G. C. Robson
    19. Marrows
    20. Mammal colours (fox)
    21. Ostriches (Bowker)
  1. Box C 1. Pigeons
  1. Box D
    1. Rats
    2. Symmetry
    3. Plant variation (empty envelope)
    4. Regeneration
    5. Parthenogenesis
    6. Parthenogenesis
    7. Pieris
    8. Papilio
    9. Oedipodae
    10. Moults
    11. Mutations
    12. Zygoenidae
    13. Plant hybrids
    14. Geographical Variation
    15. ? WN notes (in pencil)
    16. Parallel variation – Yellows – W. B. notes
    17. Temperature
    18. Abnormal tusk
    19. Hermaphroditism
    20. Wings (insect)
    21. Grafts
    22. Fertility
    23. Rabbits
    24. Conditions
    25. Melanism
    26. Albinism
    27. Spilosoma
    28. Sex (Pigeons in pencil)
  1. Box E
    1. Boddleia
    2. Cats
    3. (Plant) Crosses (Pugsley)
    4. Horses
    5. “R. Goldschmidt empty” [in pencil]
    6. Bougainvillea (pressed specimens)
    7. Rabbits
    8. Miscell. Garden Sports
    9. Seed Quality Control
    10. Sutton Bros, Royal Horticultural Society, etc
    11. Miscell. Notes (mainly Structural Variation)
    12. Schübeler’s Expts.
  1. Box F
    1. Feulgen staining
    2. Butterflies
    3. Sex – Birds 
    4. Flysheets
    5. Sex Abnormalities
    6. Sex Abnormalities
  1. Box G
    1. Geological Reprints
    2. Wing venation
    3. “empty  8. v. 69” [in pencil]
    4. Pyramis Carduis
    5. Sex lecture notes
    6. Cereals
    7. Cereals
    8. Flax
    9. Melanism
    10. ETNA (Primula)
    11. Contraception
  1. Box H
    1. M. S. Pease
    2. Colleagues
    3. J. B. Farmer [crossed through in ink]
    4. European scientists [pencil]
    5. ?
    6. American scientists [pencil]
    7. Congratulation letters [pencil]
    8. ?
    9. ?
    10. The Arts [pencil]
    11. R. E. Lloyd [pencil]
  1. Box J
    1. T. Rumble
    2. J. B. Farmer
    3. “The Rumpus”
    4. Sir D. Prain
    5. Accounts
    6. Trustees
  1. Box K
    1. Martin Bateson
    2. Eugenics
    3. Tulips
    4. A. D. Hall (& Rothamsted)
    5. Tulips (photos)
    6. Royal Visit
    7. Definition of Variation
    8. Fullerian Professorship
    9. Oenothera hybrids
    10. Toronto address
    11. Misc. short papers
    12. Misc. letters
    13. Applications for jobs: staff letters
    14. Morgan’s Sebrights
    15. F. E. Frowd on Cats
  1. Box L
    1. W. O. Backhouse
    2. E. J. Allard

2. COLEMAN MICROFILM  (“BPB”) Reels A-F. Original microfilm made by historian William Coleman in Baltimore from selected papers borrowed from BPH and returned to Hancock. Microfilm deposited in 1964 in American Philosophical Society (APS) Library, Philadelphia (see Mendel Newsletter Nov 1968 and article in Centaurus 1971). Copy purchased for AGC (prior to his 1975 acquisition of BPH) is in Queen’s Archives (as are his notes thereon). BPB should be a subset of BPH. These letters are numbered 1-1326 in the John Innes Institute collection.

AGC’s Survey of  “Coleman Microfilm (BPB)

A.     Reel A

1.       

a.       A1a Hampton and de Vries letters (3)

1.      WB to Mother 9 July 1883 Hampton, Vermont (continued 20 July) typed transcript by CBB (Beatrice Bateson)

2.      WB to Mother 12 July 1884 en route to OS (typed transcript)

3.      -

 

b.      A1b Plymouth MBL letters (10 + 3 not in BPB) [Marine Biological Laboratory]

1.      WB to E. R. Lankaster 12 Feb 1889

2.      ERL to WB 17 Feb 1889

3.      WB to ERL 20 Feb 1889

4.      G. C. Bourne to WB 1 March 1889

5.      WB to Bourne 1 March 1889

6.      WB to Alfred Newton 8 March 1889

7.      J. W. Clark to WB 11 March 1889

8.      WB to Bourne 12 Oct 1889

9.      Bourne to WB 10 March 1890

10.  WB to Bourne 12 March 1890

[Not in BPB Coleman]

11.  ERL to WB 12 Feb [1889]

12.  ERL to WB 15 Feb [1889]

13.  ERL to WB 20 Feb [1889]

 

c.       A1c Letter to Harmer (1) See B14b

 

2.      A2 Letters from America 1907 (43 +2)

1.      30 July 1907 RMS Carmania

2.      31 July 1907 Carmania

3.      6 Aug 1907 Carmania

4.      9 Aug 1907 Cold Spring Harbor

5.      10 Aug 1907 Fall River Boat

6.      Woods Hole

7.      15 Aug 1907 Postcard to Martin Bateson

8.      20 Aug 1907 Boston

9.      23 Aug 1907 Boston

10.  24 Aug 1907 New York

11.  24 Aug 1907 New York Postcard to John and Martin

12.  25 Aug 1907 New York

13.  26 Aug 1907 Castle Rock

14.  29 Aug 1907 New York

15.  31 Aug 1907 New York

16.  1 Sept 1907 New York

17.  2 Sept 1907 Bellows Falls to Martin

18.  3 Sept 1907 Alstead

19.  3 Sept 1907 to Herbert Durham

20.  4 Sept 1907 Alstead

21.  6 Sept 1907

22.  9 Sept 1907 to John and Martin

23.  11 Sept 1907 Brookline

24.  13 Sept 1907 Brookline

25.  14 Sept 1907 Brookline

26.  17 Sept 1907 Boston

27.  21 Sept 1907 Middlebury

28.  23 Sept 1907 Middlebury

29.  26 Sept 1907 Middlebury

30.  28 Sept 1907 Middlebury

31.  28 Sept 1907 To John Bateson

32.  3 Oct 1907 New Haven

33.  7 Oct 1907 New Haven

34.  8 Oct 1907 New Haven

35.  11 Oct 1907 New Haven

36.  13 Oct 1907 New Haven

37.  16 Oct 1907 New Haven

38.  18 Oct 1907 New Haven

39.  20 Oct 1907 New York

40.  22 Oct 1907 Cornell, Ithaca

41.  24 Oct 1907 Urbana

42.  Springfield

43.  27 Oct 1907 Chicago

44.  29 Oct 1907 On the train

45.  1 Nov 1907 Brooklyn

3.      A3 none

4.      A4 Governor General Turkestan 1887 (1)

5.      A5 Extracts, Letters from Steppe (3)

6.      A6 none

7.      A7 Quick Bequest. Review of Burke (2)

8.      A8 none

9.      A9

a.       A9a Letters re: Materials (6)

1.      J. T. Cunningham to WB 16 Feb 1894

2.      WB to Cunningham 24 Feb 1894

3.      A. Giard to WB 19 Feb 1894

4.      Adam Sedgwick to WB 4 Feb 1894

5.      WB to Adam Sedgwick 4 Feb 1894

6.      C. S. Sherrington to WB 18 Feb 1894

 

b.      A9b Letters Newton, Galton, Hopkins, Sherrington (10)

1.      WB to Newton 14 Jan 1890

2.      Newton to WB 22 Jan 1890

3.      WB to Newton 22 Jan 1890

4.     

5.      F. Galton to WB 16 Oct 1889

6.      FG to WB 2 June 1891

7.      FG to WB 22 April 1893

8.     

9.      Sherrington to WB 9 Oct

10.  Sherrington to WB 14 Aug 1892

 

c.       A9c Vibratory theory (1) WB manuscript (11p)

d.      A9d Materials (3)

e.       A9e Materials (4)

f.        A9f Materials letters (6)

 

B.     Reel B

1.      xxx

2.      xxx

3.      xxx

4.      xxx

5.      xxx

6.      xxx

7.      xxx

8.      xxx

9.      xxx

10.  B10 Cineraria (25)

1.      Nature to WB 21 May 1895

2.      Nature to WB 20 May 1895 postcard

3.      Nature to WB 25 May 1895 3a Weldon to Nature 24 May 1895 enclosed with 3.

4.      W. F. R. Weldon to WB 24 May 1895

5.      Weldon to WB 24 May 1895

6.      WB to Nature 20 May 1895

7.      Note by WB on meeting with Weldon 21 May 1895

8.      Weldon to WB 21 May 1895 telegram

9.      WB to Weldon 6 Dec 1896

10.  Weldon to WB 8 Dec 1896

11.  WB to Weldon 10 Dec 1896

12.  WB to Weldon 24 May 1895

13.  WB to Weldon 20 May 1895

14.  Editorial Gardeners’ Chronicle 11 May 1895

15.  Manuscript on Cineraria crosses (5p) anonymous, undated

16.  F. W. Birbidge to WB 10 June 1895

17.  J. O’Brien to WB 28 May 1895

18.  W. J. James to WB 3 May 1895

19.  W. T. Thiselton-Dyer to WB 24 May 1914

20.  Maxwell T. Masters to WB 16 May 1895

21.  John Frazer to WB 20 May 1895

22.  F. W. Burbidge to WB 24 May 1895

23.  J. Henry Burkill to WB 17 Dec 1895

24.  Unfinished manuscript by WB on Cineraria (1.5p)

25.  Set of letters to Nature by the various protagonists April-June 1895

 

11.  B11 Lecture Notes by WB 1897-1904

12.  B12 none

13.  B13 Roy Soc Evolution Committee RSEC (6)

1.      Proof of Weldon’s 1895 paper on death rates of crabs

2.      Weldon to WB 28 Sept 1888

3.      Weldon to WB 1 March 1894

4.      WB to Weldon 4 March 1894

5.      Weldon to WB 6 March 1894

6.      Weldon to WB 15 Feb 1894 

14.  B14

a.       B14a Punnett’s appointment (7)

1.      WB to Doncaster 18 Dec 1903

2.      Doncaster to WB 19 Dec 1903

3.      WB to Doncaser 21 Dec 1903

4.      Doncaster to WB 23 Dec 1903

5.      WB to Punnett 25 Dec 1903

6.      Punnett to WB 30 Dec 1903

7.      WB [to CBB] 10 Jan 1904

 

b.      B14b Harmer (2)

1.      Harmer to WB 23 Dec 1906

2.      WB to Harmer 27 Dec 1906 (Transcript is G7 p4)

 

15.  B15

a. B15a Roy Soc Evol Cttee (2)

 

C.     Reel C

15

a.       ---

b.      C15b Roy Soc Evol Cttee: Crabs 1896 (34)

i.         WB to Francis Galton 14 Oct 1896 draft

ii.       Revised version of 1; 20 Oct 1896

iii.      Postscript to 2; 21 Oct 1896

iv.     Much corrected draft of the above 20 Oct 1896. 2 appears to be a fair copy of this.

v.       Original draft of 15b2

vi.     WB to FG

vii.    WB to FG 15 Oct 1896

viii.  Doodles and graphs by WB (7p)

ix.     FG to WB 17 Oct 1896

x.       WB to FG 18 Oct 1896

xi.     FG to WB 19 Oct 1896

xii.    Calculations and figures by WB (2p)

xiii.  WB to FG 21 Oct 1896

xiv.  FG to WB 22 Oct 1896

xv.   W. F. R Weldon to FG (copy by WB 22 Oct 1896)

xvi.  WB to H. Thompson 22 Oct 1896 with notes (1p) on Thomson’s results

xvii. Herbert Thompson to WB 27 Oct 1896

xviii.                       WB to FG 28 Oct 1896

xix.  WB to FG 28 Oct 1896 (? Maybe a covering note sent with 18)

xx.   WB note on H. Thompson 28 Oct 1896

xxi.  FG to WB 30 Oct 1896

xxii.WB to FG 2 Nov 1896

xxiii.                       WB to FG Nov 1896

xxiv.                      FG to WB 9 Nov 1896

xxv.                        Weldon to FG (copy by WB) 7 Nov 1896

xxvi.                      WB to FG 10 Nov 1896

xxvii.                     F. B. Stead to WB 9 Nov 1896

xxviii.                   WB to H. Thompson 11 Nov 1896

xxix.                      H. Thompson to WB 13 Nov 1896

xxx.                        WB to FG 15 Nov 1896

xxxi.                      WB to FG 15 Nov 1896 covering note with xxx

xxxii.                     WB to FG [16 Nov 1896]

xxxiii.                   FG to WB 20 Nov 1896

xxxiv.                   FG to WB 17 Nov 1896 postcard

 

c.       C15c Roy Soc Evol Cttee: Crabs, etc. 1897 (12)

i.         Abstract by WB of MS by Weldon 14 Jan 1897

ii.       Weldon to WB 16 Jan 1897

iii.      WB to Weldon 18 Jan 1897

iv.     Weldon to WB 24 Jan 1897

v.       WB to Weldon 25 Jan 1897

vi.     Weldon to WB 26 Jan 1897

vii.    WB to F. Galton 1 Feb 1897

viii.  FG to WB 2 Feb 1897

ix.     Notes by WB on Weldon’s crab results, undated

x.       Weldon to WB 29 Oct 1897

xi.     Weldon to WB 1 Nov 1897

xii.    WB to FG 11 Nov 1897

d.      C15d De Vries, Correns (9)

e.       C15e Punnett on RSEC also CBB (11)

1.      R.C. Punnett to CBB 25 Oct 1926

2.      Note by CBB on RSEC

3.      Printed notice from FG 30 Nov 1896; invitation to attend meeting

4.      F. Galton to WB 1 Jan 1897

5.      WB to FG 3 Jan 1897 draft

6.      FG to WB 4 Jan 1897

7.      FG to WB 8 Jan 1897 postcard

8.      Printed notice from FG for meeting on 11 Feb 1897

9.      FG to WB 6 Feb 1897

10. 

11. 

f.        C15f RSEC (33)

1.      F. Galton to WB 20 Feb 1897

2.      FG to WB 21 Feb 1897

3.      Draft notice, private for consideration, by FG

4.      FG to WB 22 Feb 1897

5.      W. F. R. Weldon to Galton 22 Feb 1897

6.      Weldon to WB 23 Feb 1897

7.      FG to WB 2 March 1897

8.      Weldon to WB 2 March 1897

9.      FG to WB 9 March 1897

10.  FG to WB 10 March 1897

11.  FG to WB 11 March 1897 (from RS)

12.  Weldon to WB 6 Jan 1898 from Plymouth

13.  Weldon to WB 27 Jan 1898

14.  FG to WB 9 Feb 1898

15.  Maxwell T. Masters to WB 13 Feb 1898

16.  Weldon to WB 13 March 1898

17.  Weldon to WB 18 Jan 1899

18.  Weldon to WB 5 June 1899 from Oxford

19.  Weldon to WB 6 Nov 1899 from Oxford

20.  Weldon to WB 20 Jan 1900 from Oxford

21.  Weldon to WB 15 Jan 1900 from Oxford

22.  WB to Michael Foster 28 Jan 1900

23.  Francis Darwin to WB 3 Feb 1900

24.  WB to A. W. Sutton 11 March 1900

25.  WB to AWS 15 March 1900

26.  AWS to WB 16 March 1900

27.  WB to AWS 27 March 1900

28.  AWS to WB 19 April 1900

29.  F. Foch to WB 21 April 1900

30.  W. Heape to WB 1 Feb 1900

31.  W. Heape to WB 3 Feb 1900

32.  M. T. Masters to WB 15 March 1900

33.  ?Larmor to WB 20 Dec 1901

 

g.       C15g RSEC (10)

h.       C15h RSEC WB’s Reports (7)

i.         ---

j.        C15j RSEC melanism and polled cattle (6)

k.      C15k RSEC appeal (3)

l.         C15l Referees’ reports (12)

 

16    C16 Bernard Symposium (14)

i.                     E. R. Lankester to H. M. Bernard 17 Oct 1900

ii.                   W. Thiselton-Dyer to Bernard 20 Oct 1900

iii.                  George Murray to Bernard 21 Nov 1900

iv.                 Note by Bernard on Murray ’s letter 26 Nov 1900

v.                   Note by Bernard on Thiselton-Dyer’s letter 30 Oct 1900

vi.                 Weldon to Bernard 4 Nov 1900

vii.                Note by Bernard on Weldon’s letter 5 Nov 1900

viii.              WB to Bernard 21 Nov 1900

ix.                 D. Sharp to Bernard 21 Nov 1900

x.                   Alfred Russel Wallace to Bernard 24 Nov 1900

xi.                 D. Sharp to Bernard 1 Dec 1900

xii.                Bernard to WB 13 May 1902

17   

18    C18 Homotyposis (40 letters)

1.      WB paper proof “Heredity, Differentiation and other Conceptions in Biology” Proc. R. Soc. B. 1901

2.      WB to Michael Foster 9 Nov 1900

3.      Robert Harrison to WB 20 Dec 1900

4.      Prof. W. Herdman to WB 12 Jan 1901

5.      WB to Herdman 14 Jan 1901

6.      Karl Pearson to WB 17 Feb 1901

7.      WB to KP 18 Feb 1901

8.      WB to Harrison 18 Feb 1901

9.      KP 19 Feb 1901

10.  Harrison to WB 20 Feb 1901

11.  KP to WB 12 Oct 1901

12.  Herdman to WB 19 Nov 1901

13.  Notes by WB on reply to Herdman

14.  WB to KP 10 Feb 1902

15.  Order form for Biometrika April 1902 and list of abstracts

16.  KP to WB 12 Feb 1902

17.  WB to KP 13 Feb 1902 with appended note by WB 16 March 1909

18.  WB to Weldon 14 Feb 1902

19.  KP to WB 15 Feb 1902

20.  WB to KP 16 Feb 1902

21.  WB to Prof H. H. Turner 16 Feb 1902

22.  KP to J. Larmer 17 Feb 1902

23.  KP to WB 17 Feb 1902

24.  Turner to WB 18 Feb 1902

25.  WB to Turner 28 Feb 1902

26.  KP to WB 1 April 1902

27.  WB to KP 3 April 1902

28.  WB to KP 13 May 1902

29.  KP to WB 13 May 1902

30.  KP to WB 5 June 1902

31.  WB to KP 7 June 1902

32.  KP to WB 9 June 1902

33.  WB to KP 11 June 1902 postcard

34.  WB to Editor of Biometrika 18 May 1903

35.  KP to WB 21 May 1903

36.  KP to WB 26 May 1903

37.  WB to KP 28 May 1903

38.  A. G. Tansley to WB 5 Dec 1901

39.  Tansley to WB 17 Dec 1901

40.  WB to Tansley 2 Jan 1902

 

D.    Reel D

21 D21

a.  D21a WB to C. C. Hurst (229 [- 3 not CCH] = 226; 55 postcards, 4 telegrams)

1.      24 March 1902

2.      27 March 1902

3.      5 April 1902

4.      17 April 1902 postcard

5.      11 June 1902 postcard

6.      25 June 1902 postcard

7.      12 July 1902 postcard

8.      10 Sept 1902 postcard

9.      13 Sept 1902 postcard

10.  6 Jan 1903 postcard

11.  17 Jan 1903

12.  23 Jan 1903

13.  25 Jan 1903

14.  6 Feb 1903

15.  8 Feb 1903

16.  23 Feb 1903

17.  26 Feb 1903

18.  23 March 1903

19.  24 March 1903

20.  4 April 1903

21.  7 April 1903

22.  7 May 1903

23.  18 April 1903 postcard

24.  22 May 1903 postcard

25.  18 July 1903

26.  28 July 1903

27.  5 Sept 1903

28.  20 Nov 1903

29.  8 Jan 1904

30.  WB to Prof L. Cuénot 12 Jan 1904

31.  27 Jan 1904

32.  30 Jan 1904

33.  21 Jan 1904

34.  4 Feb 1904

35.  14 Feb 1904

36.  24 March 1904

37.  28 March 1904 postcard

38.  11 May 1904 postcard

39.  14 May 1904

40.  20 May 1904

41.  30 May 1904

42.  9 Aug 1904

43.  22 Oct 1904

44.  Sir A. Giekie to WB 21 Oct 1904

45.  24 Oct 1904

46.  25 Oct 1904

47.  26 Oct 1904

48.  WB to A. Giekie 23 Oct 1904

49.  11 Nov 1904

50.  8 Dec 1904

51.  10 Dec 1904

52.  20 Dec 1904

53.  19 Jan 1905

54.  5 Feb 1905

55.  22 Feb 1905

56.  7 March 1905

57.  8 March 1905

58.  7 April 1905

59.  11 April 1905

60.  18 April 1905

61.  22 April 1905

62.  27 April 1905

63.  30 April 1905

64.  1 May 1905

65.  9 May 1905

66.  26 May 1905

67.  2 June 1905

68.  3 July 1905 postcard

69.  24 July 1905 postcard

70.  26 Sept 1905

71.  28 Sept 1905 postcard

72.  24 Oct 1905

73.  1 Nov 1905

74.  2 Nov 1905 postcard

75.  5 Nov 1905

76.  8 Nov 1905

77.  15 Nov 1905

78.  18 Nov 1905

79.  24 Nov 1905

80.  29 Nov 1905 postcard

81.  2 Dec 1905

82.  5 Dec 1905

83.  5 Dec 1905 telegram

84.  6 Dec 1905 postcard

85.  7 Dec 1905

86.  8 Dec 1895 postcard

87.  9 Dec 1905

88.  10 Dec 1905

89.  CBB to Hurst 12 Dec 1905 postcard

90.  19 Dec 1905

91.  22 Dec 1905

92.  23 Dec 1905

93.  25 Dec 1905

94.  30 Dec 1905 telegram

95.  30 Dec 1905

96.  31 Dec 1905

97.  5 Jan 1906

98.  8 Jan 1906

99.  9 Jan 1906 postcard

100.                      13 Jan 1906 postcard

101.                      16 Jan 1906 postcard

102.                      19 Jan 1906

103.                      23 Jan 1906 postcard

104.                      26 Jan 1906

105.                      26 Jan 1906

106.                      16 Feb 1906

107.                      24 Feb 1906 postcard

108.                      1 March 1906

109.                      7 March 1906

110.                      19 March 1906 postcard

111.                      23 March 1906

112.                      26 March 1906

113.                      6 April 1906

114.                      13 April 1906

115.                      23 April 1906

116.                      29 April 1906

117.                      8 May 1906

118.                      10 May 1906

119.                      23 May 1906

120.                      28 June 1906

121.                      10 July 1906

122.                      18 July 1906

123.                      7 Aug 1906

124.                      18 Aug 1906

125.                      16 Sept 1906 postcard

126.                      17 Oct 1906 postcard

127.                      24 Oct 1906

128.                      26 Nov 1906

129.                      30 Dec 1906

130.                      11 Jan 1907

131.                      2 Feb 1907

132.                      2 Feb 1907

133.                      14 Feb 1907

134.                      19 Feb 1907 postcard

135.                      26 Feb 1907

136.                      1 March 1907

137.                      13 March 1907

138.                      15 March 1907

139.                      2 April 1907

140.                      8 April 1907 postcard

141.                      11 April 1907 postcard

142.                      14 April 1907

143.                      25 April 1907

144.                      27 April 1907

145.                      30 April 1907

146.                      2 May 1907

147.                      7 May 1907

148.                      11 May 1907 postcard

149.                      16 May 1907

150.                      28 May 1905 [sic]

151.                      18 June 1907

152.                      27 June 1907

153.                      30 June 1907

154.                      3 July 1907

155.                      6 July 1907

156.                      15 July 1907

157.                      20 July 1907

158.                      11 Nov 1907 postcard

159.                      16 Nov 1907 postcard

160.                      21 Nov 1907 postcard

161.                      26 Nov 1907

162.                      27 Nov 1907 postcard

163.                      18 Dec 1907

164.                      6 Jan 1908

165.                      8 Jan 1908

166.                      22 Jan 1908

167.                      22 Jan 1908 [sic]

168.                      30 Jan 1908

169.                      CBB to Hurst 15 Feb 1908 postcard

170.                      21 Feb 1908

171.                      23 Feb 1908

172.                      15 March 1908

173.                      15 March 1908 postcard [sic]

174.                      27 March 1908 postcard

175.                      31 March 1908 postcard

176.                      2 April 1908

177.                      11 May 1908 postcard

178.                      5 May 1908

179.                      10 May 1908

180.                      13 May 1908

181.                      24 June 1908 postcard

182.                      25 June 1908

183.                      4 July 1908 postcard

184.                      10 Nov 1908 postcard

185.                      30 Nov 1908

186.                      4 Dec 1908

187.                      8 Dec 1908

188.                      3 Jan 1909 postcard

189.                      19 Jan 1909

190.                      25 Jan 1909

191.                      4 Feb 1909

192.                      5 Feb 1909 postcard

193.                      10 Feb 1909

194.                      13 March 1909

195.                      17 March 1909

196.                      11 April 1909 postcard

197.                      17 April 1909

198.                      25 June 1909

199.                      4 Aug 1909

200.                      12 Aug 1909 telegram

201.                      12 Aug 1909 postcard

202.                      9 Sept 1909

203.                      3 Nov 1909 telegram

204.                      3 Dec 1909

205.                      17 Jan 1910

206.                      21 Jan 1910

207.                      CBB to Hurst 24 Feb 1910

208.                      25 Feb 1910

209.                      5 March 1910

210.                      24 March 1910

211.                      10 April 1910

212.                      28 July 1910

213.                      25 Aug 1910

214.                      21 Oct 1910 postcard

215.                      24 Oct 1910

216.                      31 Oct 1910 postcard

217.                      7 Nov 1910 ?postcard

218.                      23 Nov 1910

219.                      30 Nov 1910

220.                      4 Dec 1910

221.                      15 Feb 1911

222.                      3 March 1911

223.                      4 March 1911

224.                      13 March 1911

225.                      18 May 1911 postcard

226.                      7 June 1911

227.                      19 Oct 1911

228.                      13 Nov 1911

229.                      12 March 1912

 

b.  D21b CBB & C. C. Hurst (4) 

1.      CCH to CBB 20 Jan 1928

2.      CBB to CCH undated

3.      CCH to CBB 12 Feb 1928

4.      Notes by CCH on CBB’s queries, with 3

 

c.       D21c Hurst to WB 1903-6 (13)

                                                                                       i.      27 May 1903

                                                                                     ii.      7 Feb 1903

                                                                                    iii.      16 July 1903

                                                                                   iv.      9 Dec 1904

                                                                                     v.      25 April 1905

                                                                                   vi.      9 Dec 1905

                                                                                  vii.      WB to R. Harrison 11 Dec 1905

                                                                                viii.      R. Harrison to WB 13 Dec 1905

                                                                                   ix.      undated

                                                                                     x.      Manuscript note by CBB added to paper on chestnut horses 20 Jan 1906, with note to WB on the back

                                                                                   xi.      22 Jan 1906

                                                                                  xii.      22 April 1906

                                                                                xiii.      9 May 1906

 

d.      D21d Mudge on Pearson controversy (4)

                                                                                       i.      G. P. Mudge to WB 3 Dec 1908

                                                                                     ii.      Alfred N. Gossage to WB 3 Dec 1908

                                                                                    iii.      WB to Mudge 4 Dec 1908

                                                                                   iv.      C. C. Hurst to WB 5 Dec 1908

 

e.       D21e Hurst – Eye colour (14)

1.      Sydney J. Hickson to WB 4 June 1907

2.      WB to SJH 6 June 1907

3.      SJH to WB 7 June 1907

4.      WB to SJH 8 June 1907

5.      SJH to WB 23 June 1907

6.      WB to SJH 25 June 1907

7.      SJH to WB 26 June 1907

8.      CCH to WB 26 June 1907

9.      WB to CJH 1 July 1907

10.  CCH to WB 4 July 1907

11.  CJH to WB 5 July 1907

12.  CJH to WB 13 July 1907

13.  Manuscript extract from paper by Charles Roberts 1880

14.  Leaflet: BA Meeting: section K 1907; demonstrations by CCH

 

f.        D21f Hurst to WB 1908-11 (25)

1.      11 Feb 1908

2.      22 Feb 1908

3.      1 March 1908

4.      30 March 1908

5.      12 Nov 1908

6.      29 Nov 1908

7.      6 Jan 1909

8.      9 Feb 1909

9.      26 June 1909

10.  3 Nov 1909

11.  22 Feb 1910

12.  28 Feb 1910

13.  3 March 1910

14.  11 March 1910

15.  22 Oct 1910

16.  undated

17.  27 Nov 1910

18.  3 March 1911

19.  16 March 1911

20.  13 June 1910?

21.  20 May 1911

22.  14 June 1911

23.  7 Nov 1911

24.  undated

25.  undated

 

22    D22 none

23  D23

a.       D23a R. H. Lock to WB 1902-04 (34)

1.      Note on letters by CBB 7 Oct 1929

2.      12 Oct 1902

3.      2 graphs perhaps accompanying 2

4.      27 Oct 1902

5.      30 Nov 1902

6.      12 Jan 1903

7.      24 Jan 1903

8.      25 Jan 1903

9.      23 March 1903

10.  16 April 1903

11.  28 May 1903

12.  5 June 1903

13.  11 Aug 1903

14.  2 Oct 1903

15.  20 Oct 1903

16.  18 Nov 1903

17.  2 Dec 1903

18.  15 Dec 1903

19.  undated [?Feb 1904]

20.  23 Feb 1904

21.  29 Feb 1904

22.  23 March 1904

23.  20 April 1904

24.  25 April 1904

25.  2 May 1904

26.  31 May 1904

27.  30 May 1909 [sic]

28.  12 June 1904

29.  22 June 1904

30.  20 July 1904

31.  26 July 1904

32.  12 Sept 1904

33.  21 Sept 1904

34.  14 Dec 1904

 

b.      D23b R. H. Lock to WB 1908-09 (13)

1.      17 Oct 1908

2.      26 Oct 1908

3.      2 Nov 1908

4.      22 Nov 1908

5.      7 Dec 1908

6.      WB to RHL 13 Nov 1908

7.      Photograph of a plant experiment [perhaps enclosed with D23b5]

8.      21 Dec 1908

9.      19 Jan 1909

10.  8 March 1909

11.  10 Aug 1909

12.  John R. Lock (father of RHL?) to WB 7 Sept 1909

13.  20 Dec 1909

24  D24 none

25  D25 none

26    D26

a.       Moderation of Mendel’s Princip. 1902 (7)

b.      Unpub. MSS to Nature 1903 (5)

 

27    D27

a.       D27a Letters between A. D. Darbishire and WB (28)

1.      WB to ADD 31 Dec 1902

2.      ADD to WB 3 Jan 1903

3.      WB to ADD 4 Jan 1903

4.      G. von Guita to WB 7 Jan 1903

5.      ADD to WB 15 Jan 1903

6.      WB to ADD 6 April 1903

7.      ADD to WB 7 April 1903

8.      WB to ADD 7 April 1903

9.      ADD to WB 9 April 1903

10.  WB to ADD 9 April 1903

11.  ADD to WB 14 April 1903

12.  WB to ADD 23 Sept 1903

13.  ADD to WB 25 Sept [1903]

14.  ADD to WB [26 Oct 1903]

15.  ADD to WB 27 Oct 1903

16.  ADD to WB 8 Nov 1903

17.  WB to ADD 27 March 1904

18.  ADD to WB 1 April 1904

19.  WB to ADD 3 April 1904

20.  ADD to WB 6 April 1904

21.  ADD to WB 21 April 1904

22.  WB to ADD 23 April 1904

23.  ADD to WB 30 April [1904]

24.  WB to ADD 5 May 1904

25.  ADD to WB 11 May 1904

26.  WB to ADD 22 May 1904

27.  ADD to WB 27 May [1904]

28.  WB to ADD 20 May 1904

 

b.      D27b Mendelism in mice (7)

 

28 D28

a.       Galton and eugenics (12)

b.      Chair of Human Heredity (4)

 

29    D29 Quick Bequest 1903-06 (4)

30    D30 None

31    D31 Mendel’s Principles 1907 (15)

 

E.     Reel E

32. E32

a. E32a Kammerer letters 1910-19 (8)

i.     G. Klebs to WB 3 May 1913

ii.   G. Klebs to WB 8 July 1912

iii.  Klebs to WB 8 July 1912 (transcript of E32a.ii)

iv. L. Doncaster to WB 12 June 1919 postcard

v.   L. Doncaster to WB 26 May [1919]

vi. WB to Paul Kammerer 17 July 1910

vii.                Kammerer to WB 22 July 1910

viii.              WB to CBB 28 Sept 1910

 

b.E32b Kammerer letters 1919-23 (15)

1.      G. A. Boulanger to WB 23 April 1919

2.      Clifford Dobell to WB 4 June 1919

3.      Boulanger to WB 23 June 1919

4.      Chr. Wreidt to WB 18 Aug 191

5.      WB to Martin [Bateson] 20 July

6.      WB to Hans Przibram 6 Sept 1920 [extract]

7.      W. MacBride to WB 1921

8.      Przibram to WB 17 Sept 1920

9.      Note by WB 1921

10.  E. G. Boulanger? to WB 24 Jan 1923

11.  Illustrations of Alytes

12.  Note by WB: reference to Kammerer Papers

13.  Note by WB: reference to Lataste paper

14.  Note by WB: reference to Boulanger paper

15.  Note by WB: reference to Lataste paper and photographs

 

c.       E32c Kammerer American Tour 1923 (6)

1.  Program of Kammerer’s Lectures

2.  T. H. Morgan to A. Paul Maenker-Brandon. 1 Oct 1923 [copy]

3.  WB to Gregory Bateson 29 Aug 1923

4.  T. H. Morgan to WB 27 Feb 1924

5.  Types notice of Lectures by Kammerer 16 Feb [1924]

6.  Cutting from New York Evening Post 23 Feb 1924 with unsigned review of Kammerer’s Allgemeine Biologie and of WB’s Problems of Genetics

 

d. E32d Kammerer English Tour (26)

1.      E. G. Boulanger to WB 9 Aug 1920

2.      WB to Boulanger 14 Aug 1920

3.      K. Tjebbes to WB 9 Oct 1922

4.      WB to Michael Pease 18 Nov 1922 [typed extracts]

5.      Report of RS Meeting 18 Jan 1923

6.      E. Boulanger to WB 29 Jan 1923

7.      Peter Chalmers-Mitchell to WB 2 Feb 1923

8.      J. H. Quastel to WB 21 April 1923

9.      WB to Quastel 22 April 1923

10.  Michael G. Perkins and Quastel to WB 23 April 1923

11.  WB to Quastel 23 April 1923

12.  Hon. Murial Onslow to WB 1 May 1923

13.  WB to Mrs Onslow 2 May 1923

14.  R. C. Punnett to WB 2 May 1923

15.  Report of Meeting at Linnean Society 10 May 1923

16.  Undated note by WB

17.  WB reference to Bednager

18.  WB reference to Fatio

19.  J. S. Cunningham to WB 11 May 1923

20.  WB to Cunningham undated

21.  Joan B. Proctor to WB 23 May 1923

22.  Proctor to WB 26 May 1923

23.  Cutting from Daily Mail & Empire of Toronto 5 June 1923

24.  E. W. MacBride to WB 20 Sept 1923

25.  J. W. Proctor to WB 15 Sept 1923

26.  B. T. Child to WB 14 Sept 1923

 

e. E32e Kammerer-related Reprints (10)

f  E32f Kammerer Miscellaneous (9)

                                                                                       i.      Hans Gadow to WB 22 April 1910

                                                                                     ii.      Summary of Kammerer’s 1910 Alytes paper by Gadow (handwrit)

                                                                                    iii.      G. A. Boulanger to WB 2 July 1910

                                                                                   iv.      Boulanger to WB 11 July 1910

                                                                                     v.      A reference slip by WB plus 4 more references written on iv

                                                                                   vi.      Enghardt to WB 13 Oct 1910 postcard

                                                                                  vii.      WB to H. Przibram 21 Oct 1910 (copy)

                                                                                viii.      Boulanger to WB

                                                                                   ix.      Notes by WB (1p)

 

g.       E32g Nature papers relating to Kammerer 1919-26 (13)

h.       E32h Kammerer Miscellaneous (10)

1.      R. C. Punnett to CBB 12 Aug 1926

2.      Caroline Pellew to CBB

3.      WB notes on letters to Nature 1923 (4p)

4.      WB notes; translation of parts of Kammerer’s 1919 paper (3p).

5.      WB notes (3p)

6.      Przibram to WB 8 March 1920

7.      Przibram to WB 17 June 1920

8.      Przibram to WB 26 June 1920

9.      Przibram to WB undated [1923; see E32g9]

10.  WB to Przibram 2 Dec 1923 [see E32g9]

 

33. E33 Letters between WB and R. C. Punnett (14)

1. RCP to WB 15 Nov 1915

2.      RCP to WB 17 Feb 1917

3.      [W. M. Schmidt to WB – 18 Dec 1917 removed to another section?]

4.      RCP to WB 22 Jan 1918

5.      RCP to WB 17 March 1919

6.      RCP to WB 18 June 1920

7.      List of families by RCP accompanying 6

8.      RCP to WB 26 May 1921

9.      RCP to WB 30 Nov 1921

10.  RCP to WB 25 Nov (during the war)

11.  RCP to WB 15 April

12.  RCP to WB “Sunday”

13.  RCP to WB 30 Jan

14.  RCP to WB 1 Feb

 

F.      Reel F

35.    F35 To CBB, Leningrad, N.Y, & Hardy (13)

36.    F36

a.       F36a To E. Baur (24)

i.         Introductory Note by CBB

ii.       20 Nov 1909

iii.      8 May 1910

iv.     31 March 1911

v.       12 April 1912

vi.     24 April 1911

vii.    29 April 1911

viii.  13 May 1911

ix.     31 Jan 1913

x.       25 Feb 1913

xi.     6 March 1913

xii.    9 March 1913

xiii.  9 May 1913

xiv.  6 July 1913

xv.   17 Sept 1913

xvi.  31 Oct 1913

xvii.8 Nov 1913

xviii.           10 Nov 1913 postcard

xix.  29 Dec 1913

xx.   2 Jan 1914

xxi.  19 Jan 1914 postcard

xxii.13 Feb 1914

xxiii.           20 May 1914

xxiv.          7 Aug 1922

 

b.      F36b To Borradaile on purpose in biology (3)

1.      B to WB 26 Jan 1924

2.      WB to B 28 Jan 1924

3.      B to WB 29 Jan 1924

 

c.       F36c To C. B. Davenport (12)

1.      2 June 1904

2.      25 April 1906

3.      16 Jan 1907

4.      23 Aug 1907

5.      19 Sept 1907

6.      2 Oct 1907

7.      8 Nov 1908

8.      12 Dec 1908

9.      1 Jan 1910

10.  16 Aug 1911 postcard

11.  28 May 1915

12.  11 Feb 1921

 

d.      F36d WB & De Vries (7)

1.      dV to WB 4 Jan [?1908] postcard

2.      dV to WB Jan postcard

3.      dV to WB 17 May 1902

4.      WB to dV 1 Nov 1902

5.      dV to WB 4 Dec 1902

6.      dV to WB 5 Feb 1903

7.      dV to WB 29 June 1905

 

e.       F36e To Demerec (1) 15 Jan 1926 and Demerec to CBB 14 May 1927

 

f.        F36f To Clifford Dobell (25)

1.      2 Dec 1904

2.      14 Oct 1908

3.      2 July 1912

4.      4 July 1912

5.      24 Dec 1912

6.      31 Dec 1912

7.      6 Nov 1914

8.      17 Oct 1917

9.      20 Nov 1917

10.  20 Dec 1917

11.  27 Dec 1917

12.  19 Jan 1918

13.  19 Jan 1918

14.  23 Jan 1918

15.  27 Jan 1918 postcard

16.  28 Jan 1918 postcard

17.  8 Feb 1918

18.  18 Feb 1918

19.  13 June 1918

20.  3 June 1918

21.  19 May 1924

22.  22 May 1924

23.  21 Feb 1925

24.  7 Feb 1925

25.  20 June 1924

 

g.       F36g Dobell to WB and CBB (21)

1.      9 Nov 1914

2.      21 Oct 1917

3.      2 Dec 1917

4.      25 Dec 1917

5.      Jan 1918

6.      undated

7.      13 Jan 1918

8.      21 Jan 1918

9.      23 Jan 1918

10.  [Jan 1918]

11.  7 Feb 1918

12.  16 June 1918

13.  24 Feb 1918

14.  5 May 1924

15.  20 May 1924

16.  25 May 1924

17.  22 June 1924

18.  to CBB 18 April 1927

19.  to CBB 21 April 1927

20.  to CBB 11 Sept 1929

21.  to CBB 17 Sept 1929

 

h.       F36h Sociology (1) to Secretary of Sociological Society 4 May 1904

i.         ---

j.        F36j To G. Bateson (3)

1.      WB to GB 22 April 1923

2.      WB to GB 28 April 1923

3.      WB to GB 16 July 1925

 

k.      F36k To R. Ruggles Gates (7)

1.      WB to RRG 30 April 1911 postcard

2.      WB to RRG 19 May 1911

3.      WB to RRG 26 Feb 1914

4.      WB to RRG 2 March 1914

5.      WB to RRG 24 April 1920

6.      WB to RRG 30 Oct 1920

7.      RRG to CBB 3 May 1927

 

l.         F36l To Sydney F. Harmer, N. Herebert-Nilssen & J. Stanley Gardiner (5)

1.      WB to SH 29 July 1887

2.      WB to NHN 29 Jan 1919

3.      SFH to CBB 3 April 1927

4.      JSG to CBB 7 April 1927

5.      NHN to CBB 28 Feb 1927

 

m.     F36m Vitaly Issajev (4)

1.      VI to WB 8 Sept 1922

2.      VI to WB 7 Feb 1924

3.      VI to WB 7 July 1924

4.      WB to VI 19 April [1924]

 

n.       F36n C. A. Jorgensen (8)

1.      CAJ to WB 11 Sept 1924

2.      CAJ to WB 23 Oct 1924

3.      CAJ to WB 14 Nov 1924

4.      CAJ to WB 20 Dec 1924

5.      WB to CAJ 13 Oct 1924

6.      WB to CAJ 3 Nov 1924

7.      WB to CAJ 20 Jan 1925

8.      CAJ to WB 17 Jan 1925

 

o.      F36o E. Ray Lankester, G. P. Mudge (6)

1.      ERL to WB 15 Dec [1907]

2.      WB to ERL 18 Dec 1907

3.      Nature 9 Jan 1908 abstract of “Mendelism and Sex” by Archdall Reid

4.      Synopsis of Archdall Reid from Linnean Society

5.      GPM to WB 12 Jan 1908

6.      Syllabus of lectures on Mendelism by GPM

 

p.      F36p McDougall, T. H. Morgan, A. H. Sturtevant (3)

1.      WB to McDougall [?1906]

2.      WB to Morgan 31 May 1914

3.      WB to Sturtevant undated

 

q.      F36q Letters to H. Nilssen-Ehle (18)

1.      6 Aug 1909

2.      1 Jan 1912

3.      1 April 1912

4.      14 July 1912

5.      8 Nov 1913

6.      to Mrs. HNE 7 April 1916

7.      9 Dec 1917

8.      5 Dec 1920

9.      22 May 1923

10.  6 June 1923

11.  6 June 1923

12.  4 July 1924

13.  14 July 1924

14.  14 July 1924

15.  16 July 1924

16.  23 July 1924

17.  [1925]

18.  HNE to CBB 22 Jan 1929

 

r.        F36r Letters to C. Ostenfeld 1906-1923 (21)

1.      9 June 1906

2.      16 July 1906

3.      14 Jan 1915

4.      30 March 1915

5.      15 July 1915

6.      16 July 1915

7.      15 June 1917

8.      19 Nov 1917

9.      12 Oct 1918

10.  27 Nov 1918

11.  17 Feb 1919

12.  23 Oct 1919

13.  20 Feb 1920

14.  22 March 1920

15.  5 May 1920

16.  27 Nov 1920

17.  29 Nov 1921

18.  26 Sept 1922

19.  7 Dec 1923

20.  18 Dec 1923

21.  CO to CBB 10 June 1926

 

s.       F36s H. F. Osborn, R. Pearl, M. S. Pease, C. Pellew (9)

1.      WB to HFO 26 April 1894

2.      RP to WB 3 Feb 1910

3.      MSP to CBB 4 June 1927

4.      MSP to CBB 10 June 1927

5.      WB to MSP 17 Aug 1922

6.      WB to MSP 18 Nov 1922

7.      WB to MSP 28 Jan 1925

8.      WB to CP Dec 1921

9.      WB to CP 21 Dec 1921

 

t.        F36t Mary Rathbone (5)

1.      WB to MR 13 Oct 1894

2.      WB to MR 10 Jan 1895

3.      WB to MR 16 Feb 1898

4.      MR to CBB 19 April 1927

5.      WB to CBB 16 April 1906

 

u.       F36u Letters to G. H. Shull (18)

1.      4 Nov 1903

2.      6 Nov 1903 postcard

3.      31 March 1906 postcard

4.      3 Feb 1908

5.      21 April 1908

6.      8 May 1908

7.      28 Jan 1914

8.      14 Feb 1914

9.      7 March 1914

10.  17 Oct 1921

11.  3 March 1922

12.  8 Aug 1922

13.  10 Nov 1922

14.  17 Feb 1925

15.  18 March 1925

16.  Shull to WB 14 March 1914

17.  Genetic definitions: American Naturalist 40, 49-59

18.  Shull to CBB 9 June 1927

 

37    F37 Papers re: Mendel (a) 4, (b) 3

a.      From Ferdinand Schindler

1.      30 Aug 1902

2.      6 Sept 1902

3.      31 May 1907

4.      17 july 1909

b.      Miscellaneous on Mendel

1.      Paper on Mendel by Paul Kammerer

2.      Alois Schindler to WB 31 Oct 1902

3.      Two undated early pamphlets on Mendel by J. Wiesne and Alois Schindler

 

38    F38 League of Nations : Correspondence with Basil Mathews 1918 (6)

1.      BM to WB 29 April 1918

2.      WB to BM undated

3.      BM to WB 4 May 1918

4.      WB to BM 7 May 1918

5.      BM to WB 16 May 1918

6.      WB to BM 19 May 1918

39    ---

40    ---

41    ---

42    ---

43    F43

a.       F43a Nikita I. Vavilov (17)

1.      V to WB 5 Oct 1922 Petrograd

2.      V to WB 25 Feb 1924 Petrograd

3.      WB to V 25 March 1924

4.      V to WB 4 April 1924 Moscow

5.      V to WB 6 April [1924]

6.      WB to V 15 April 1924

7.      WB to V 17 April 1924

8.      V to WB 17 April 1924

9.      WB to V 30 April 1924

10.  V to WB 12 May 1924

11.  V to WB 18 July 1924

12.  WB to V 15 Sept 1924

13.  V to WB 17 July 1925

14.  J. Philipschenko to WB 2 Aug 1925

15.  V to WB [? Feb 1926]

16.  Catherine Vavilov to WB 15 Jan 1926

17.  Manuscript “The English Speaking World and Siarus” (10p) [RH suggest "Siarus" = anagram "Russia"]

 

b.      USA visit 1921 (4)

c.       USA visit Toronto Address (1)

d.      USA visit letters (21)

e.       Evolution teaching in USA (21)

f.        Evolution teaching in USA (8)

g.       Willis and Yule (13)

44. none

45. none

46    F46 IUBS (3)

1.      Ch. Flahault to WB 15 Jan 1924 Montpellier

2.      WB to Flahault 21 Jan 1924

3.      Copy of RS Resolution [1923]

 

47  none

48 F48 Obituaries of WB (2)

1.      Punnett, Heitland and Blackman The Eagle

2.      N. Vavilov Bull. Applied Botany and Plant Breeding

 

49  F49 Miscellaneous (8)

50  F50 Pedigrees, etc. Family (3)

51    F51 Begging letters (16)

1.      WB to Duke of Bedford 5 Dec 1898

2.      WB to Duke of Bedford 6 Dec 1898

3.      Duke of Bedford to WB 9 Dec 1898

4.      Herbert Spencer to F. Darwin 9 Aug 1900

5.      Andrew Carnegie to F. Darwin 7 Aug 1900 New Brunswick

6.      Francis Darwin to WB 21 Nov 1900

7.      WB to Andrew Carnegie 21 Nov 1900

8.      WB to D. C. Gilman, Carnegie Foundation [1902]

9.      WB to Trustees, Carnegie Foundation, undated

10.  DCG, Carnegie Foundation 4 Nov 1902

11.  WB to DCG 16 Nov 1902

12.  DCG to WB 1 Nov 1902

13.  WB to Balfour Trustees 13 May 1904

14.  Alfred Newton to WB 14 May 1904

15.  J. W. Clark to WB 14 May 1904

16.  J. W. Clark to WB 16 May 1904

3. SECTION G “BPH” (Bateson Papers from Hancock, USA) This corresponds closely to the collection AGC repatriated in 1975 for deposition (after curation) in Cambridge University Library, with copies for the John Innes (Norwich, circa 1981), and for himself (to Queen’s University Archives 2008). [Note that excluded from “BPH” were papers at Hancock deemed more relevant to Gregory Bateson (“The Bateson Family Papers”). These were taken by David Lipset to assist his biography of GB (see Gregory Bateson collection at UC Santa Cruz). Deposited in the APS library (by Mary Catherine Bateson) in 1980. Later copies made for the John Innes Institute.]

G1

a.      G1a Letters from the Steppe. Selected originals as used by CBB for her 1928 book. Much other material has been allocated to (or has wandered into) these folders. (533 sheets, held in folders of about 50 sheets each.)

Folder 1-50 Letters to Anna Bateson Post-Steppes 1888-91

1.      WB to Anna 26 March 1888 Malta (9 sheets, each with circa 2p of original) Palm Sunday

2.      WB to Anna 18 April 1888 Hotel Abbat, Alexandria (6 sheets, each with circa 2p)

3.      WB to Anna with Mrs. Ross in Scotland 2 Sept 1888 St. John’s College (4 sheets)

4.      WB to Anna 1 May 1889 Plymouth (4 sheets)

5.      WB to Anna 31 July 1889 Plymouth (4 sheets)

6.      WB to Anna with Mrs. Davidson in South Wales 5 Nov 1889 Plymouth (2 sheets)

7.      WB to Anna in South Wales 16 Jan 1890 St. John’s College (3 sheets)

8.      WB to Anna in South Wales 26 March 1890 St. John’s College (4 sheets)

9.      WB to Anna in South Wales 19 July 1890 St. John’s College (2 sheets)

10.  WB to Anna in South Wales 14 Sept 1891 (4 sheets) vibratory theory

11.  WB to Anna in South Wales 20 Sept 1891 (3 sheets)

 

Folder 51-100 Letters to Anna, Mary and Margaret Bateson 1891-97

1.      Printed application “To the Electors of the Linacre Professorship” WB June 1890 (4 sheets)

2.      WB to Anna in South Wales 26 Sept 1891 (2 sheets)

3.      WB to Anna at 12 Oxford & Cambridge Mansions, London 27 March 1892 from “St. John’s College, Kitchen” (2 sheets)

4.      WB to Anna at Bashley 22 July 1893 (7 sheets) Seeks her guidance on poems

5.      WB to Anna at Bashley 30 July 1893 (4 sheets)

6.      WB to Anna at Bashley 26 July 1894 Hotel Belvedere, Pie di Mulera, Orta, Italy (6p)

7.      WB to Anna 31 March 1895 Nuevo Hotel de Embajadores, Madrid (2 sheets)

8.      WB to Anna 10 July 1895 Macugnagna, Mary has returned. (3 sheets)

9.      WB to Anna 17 Sept 1895 Hotel Monet, Grenoble (2 sheets)

10.  WB to Anna 17 Feb 1897 (2 sheets)

11.  WB to M 14 Aug 1891? “Good luck to both of you” Complains about kitchen accounts. (2 sheets)

12.  WB to M 23 June 1893 “stopping with Herringham” on June 28th (2 sheets)

13.  WB to Mary 6 July 1893 (2 sheets)

14.  WB to Mary 25 July 1893 (2 sheets)

15.  WB to Mary 31 July 1893 (2 sheets) on counting elephant’s toes

16.  WB to ?Mary at 12 Oxford & Cambridge Mansions and Nairn, Scotland 2 and 18 Aug 1982 postcards (2 sheets)

17.  WB to Margaret 14 Aug 1893 (4 sheets)

18.  WB to “M” at Balnagown Arms, Scotland 19 Aug 1893 (2 sheets) 2 postcards

19.  WB to Mary 1 April 1895 from El Escorial, Spain (4 sheets)

20.  WB to Mary 7 Sept 1895 from Challes-Les-Eaux to M. Bateson at Bashley, implying that she is visiting Anna. (3 sheets)

 

Folder 101-150 The Steppes 1886-7. Letters to Anna, often hand-drawn illustrations

1.      Head sheets Steppe Letters (3 sheets)

2.      WB to Anna at South Hall, Newnham College 1 May 1886 from Hotel d’Angleterre, Russia (4 sheets)

3.      WB to Anna at Newnham  3 June 1886 Samara en route for Orenburg (2 sheets)

4.      WB to Anna at 8 Harvey Road 17 June 1886 Hotel d’Europe, Orenburg (4 sheets)

5.      WB to Anna 31 June- 3 July 1886 Irghiz (2 sheets)

6.      WB to Anna at 8 Harvey Road 19 Aug 1886 Irghiz (3 sheets)

7.      WB to Anna 4 Dec 1886 Kazalinsk, Turkestan (4 sheets) Romanes connection!

8.      WB to Anna 29 Dec 1886 postcard first sent to Dresden then forwarded to Cambridge (2 sheets)

9.      WB to Anna 3 Jan 1887 Kazalinsk (7p)

10.  WB to Anna 17 Jan 1887 with two sets of envelopes (4 sheets), one to Dresden and one to Harvey Road. One letter from Kazalinsk (4 sheets)

11.  WB to Anna 5 July 1887 Chak Chan Station, South of Pavlodar (5 sheets)

12.  WB to Ann 18 Sept 1887 with a multiple-postmarked letter with date “9 Aug 87 Cambridge” (2 sheets). Letter from Omsk, Siberia (5 sheets)

Folder 151-200 The Steppes 1886-7 Letters to Margaret

1.      Margaret at Cambridge to CBB at 15 Bolton Gardens, Kensington 22 June 1926 “Letters from Russia ” (1 sheet) and typed covering letter (2 sheets)

2.      WB to Margaret at 8 Harvey Road 18 May 1886 Hotel d’Angleterre, St. Petersburg (4p)

3.      Two humorous printed pieces presumably included in a letter ( 2 sheets)

4.      WB to Mamma 8 May 1886 Hotel d’Angleterre, St. Petersbourg (2 sheets)

5.      WB to Margaret 28 June 1886 tz-Ozernoe between Orenburg and Omsk (7 sheets)

6.      WB to Margaret at 34 Bernard St., Russell Square, London 21 Nov 1886 Hotel Morosov, Kazalinsk (4 sheets)

7.      WB to Margaret 4 Jan 1887 Kazalinsk, Turkestan (8 sheets)

8.      WB to Margaret 6 Feb 1887 Kazalinsk (8 sheets)

9.      WB to Margaret 23 June 1887 Chak Chan Station, South of Pavlodar (7 sheets)

10.  WB to Margaret 15 Sept 1887 Omsk, Siberia (8 sheets)

11.  WB to Margaret 28 Sept 1887 Petropavlovsk, Siberia (9 sheets)

12.  WB to Margaret 5 April 1888 Hotel Abbat, Alexandria, Egypt (6 sheets)  

Folder 201-250 The Steppes. Letters to Mother and Family Generally

1.      Heading and notes (2 sheets)

2.      Michael Foster to Mrs. Anna Bateson 20 May 1886 on RS grant to WB (2 sheets)

3.      WB to Mother 3 postcards 6 May (frontier), 6 May ( Konigsberg ) and 1 Dec 1886 (Kazalinsk) (2 sheets)

4.      WB to Mother 3 postcards 1, 20 and 24 Jan 1887 Kazalinsk (2 sheets)

5.      WB to Mother 2 postcards 8 Feb 1887 Kazalinsk (2 sheets)

6.      WB instructions re supplies and address (1 sheet, undated)

7.      Steamers to Russia. Printed advertisement for Wilson Line, Hull April 1886 (1 sheet)

8.      R. I. Lynch to Mrs. Bateson 4 May 1886 (2 sheets)

9.      WB instructions to a Company on supplies 7 Feb 1887 Kazalinsk (2 sheets)

10.  Envelopes relating to various letters (3 sheets)

11.  WB to Mother 10 May 1886 Hotel d’Angleterre, St. Petersburg (4 sheets)

12.  Visiting card. Alexandre Soumarocoff, Chief of District (1 sheet)

13.  WB to Mother 23 May 1886 Hotel d’Angleterre (4 sheets)

14.  WB to Family? 30 May 1886 Moscow, en route for Nijne Novorod (3 sheets)

15.  WB to Mother 7 June 1886 Hotel de l’Europe, Orenburg (4 sheets)

16.  WB to Mother 8 July 1886 (4 sheets; perhaps a continuation of 15)

17.  WB to Mother 10 July 1886 Lake Jaman-Tuz “or Evil Salt” (4 sheets) 

Folder 251-300 The Steppes. Letters to Mother and Family

1.      WB to Mother 21 July 1886 (3 sheets)

2.      WB to Family 1 Aug 1886 Camp pitched in The Valley – Kum Bar Sai in the Djung-ai range N. W. of Lake Tschalkar (15 sheets as a diary over several days)

3.      WB to Family 26 Aug 1886 About 100 miles S by W of Irghiz (2 sheets)

4.      WB to Family 16 Sept 1886 Bikbaulin Station, North of Kazalinsk (9 sheets)

5.      WB to Mother Sept 1886 at Dj’alpas Station, North of Kazalinsk (8 sheets)

6.      WB to Mother 9 Oct 1886 Kamishle-bas Lake 40 miles N of Kazalinsk (8 sheets)

7.      WB fragment (“talk right ahead. … ”) CBB estimates 15 or 20 Nov at Kazalinsk (2 sheets)

8.      WB to Family 22 Nov 1886 Kazalinsk (6 sheets)  

Folder 301-350 The Steppes. Letters of Mother and Family  

1.      WB to Mother 29 Dec 1886 Kazalinsk (6 sheets)

2.      WM to Mother 2 Feb 1887 Kazalinsk (5 sheets)

3.      WB to Mother 15 March 1887 Kazalinsk (3 sheets)

4.      WB to Mother 20 March 1887 Kaskara Station (4 sheets)

5.      WB to Mother 28 March 1887 Alexandrovsky Station, near Kazalinsk (3 sheets)

6.      WB to Family 15 April 1887 Shu River near Saumal Kul (8 sheets)

7.      WB to Family 11 June 1887 Tara Ghul Silver Mine, Balkhash Shore (19 sheets)

Folder 351-400 The Steppes. Letters to Mother and Family

1.      WB to Mother 1-19 July 1887 Karkaralinsk, Siberia, to a few stations South of Pavlodar (10 sheets)

2.      WB to Family 8 Aug 1887 Pavlodar, Siberia (8 sheets)

3.      WB to Relatives 4-8 Sept 1887 Omsk, Siberia (6 sheets)

4.      WB to Mary 6 Sept 1887 Omsk, Siberia (4 sheets)

5.      Passports, Visas and Official Letters. 2 booklets in Arabic, etc (23 sheets)

Folder 401-450 The Steppes. Miscellaneous  

1.      WB to Governor of Turkestan circa 1886 (4 sheets)

2.      Continuation of booklets in Arabic (30 sheets)

3.      Printed document in ?Russian 24 March 1886 (1 sheet)

4.      Drawing of a bird Podoces pandcri (1 sheet)

5.      Script in ?Arabic with receipt for 2026 rubles and 40 copecks (2 sheets)

6.      Russian documents 12 March 1886 (2 sheets)

7.      A. B. D. Moreau? to WB 7 Feb 1887 enclosing letter to General Rosenbach (2 sheets)

8.      Certificate in ?Russian 1887

9.      Language lesson? Words in German against words in Khirziz? (2 sheets)

10.  Written document with stamp in some language 1886 (2 sheets)

11.  B. H. Kennedy, Cambridge, to WB 5 Nov ?1888 thanking WB and Junior Fellows for birthday greeting (2 sheets)  

Folder 451-500 The Steppes. Miscellaneous

1.      Professor E. Martens, Berlin to WB 9 Mar 1886 with advice in English on Russian trip (2 sheets)

2.      Th. Koppen, St. Petersburg, to WB 24 April 1886 with advice in German (2 sheets)

3.      Documents in various languages, presumably letters of introduction, etc (63 sheets)

Folder 501-533 The Steppes. Publisher’s returned materials

1.      Steppe materials returned by Methuen & Co. Publishers; letters to CBB 29 May 1929 and 15 Nov 1935 when CBB was at The Mill House, West Chiltington, Pulborough, Sussex: “Photo’s WB in Russia and on return … His orig. sketches in Russia” Some photographs accompanied by a description by WB (17 sheets)

b.      G1b  Copies of Letters from the Steppe typed by CBB (310 sheets in folders of about 50 sheets each; order is chronological, essentially as received by DRF in 2004)

Folder 1-50

1.      The journey out. 6 May 1886 Postcard Koenigsberg

2.      The journey out. Later 6 May 1886 Postcard Eydand Kalmen

3.      Michael Foster to Mrs. Anna Bateson 20 May 1886

4.      Alfred Newton to Mrs. Anna Bateson 20 May 1886

5.      WB to Mamma 10 May 1886 (6p) Hotel d’Angleterre

6.      WB to Anna Bateson (sister) 12 May 1886 Hotel d’Angleterre (G1b-10) (3p)

7.      WB to Mamma 8 May 1886 Hotel d’Angleterre. (2p) “Arrived last night”

8.      WB to Margaret 18 May 1886 Hotel d’Angleterre (5p)

9.      WB to Mamma 23 May 1886 Hotel d’Angleterre (2p)

10.  WB to Family? 30 May 1886 Moscow, en route for Nijne Novorod (3p)

11.  WB to Anna 3 June 1886 Samara en route for Orenburg (3p)

12.  WB to Mamma 7 June 1886 Hotel de l’Europe, Orenburg (7p)

13.  WB to Anna 17 June 1886 Hotel d l’Europe, Orenburg   (6p)

14.  WB to Margaret 28 June 1886 tz-Ozernoe between Orenburg and Omsk (6p)

15.  WB to Anna 31 June- 3 July 1886 Irghiz (4p)

Folder 51-100

16.  WB to Mamma 2 July 1886 Irghiz (7p)

17.  WB to Mamma 10 July 1886 Lake Jaman-Tuz (7p)

18.  WB to Mamma 21 July -13 Aug 1886 Lake Tschalka (27p)

19.   WB to Anna 14 Aug 1886 Irghiz (2p)

20.  WB to Family 28 Aug 1886 SW of Irghiz (4p)

21.  WB to Family 16 Sept 1886 North of Kasalinsk (11p)

Folder 101-150

22.  WB to Mamma ?2 Oct 1886 North of Kasalinsk (7p)

23.  WB to Mamma 7-12 Oct 1886 N of Kasabusk (18p)

24.  WB to Margaret 21 Nov 1886 Hotel Morosov, Kasalinsk (5p) “In winter quarters”

25.  WB to “ Harvey Road ” etc 22 Nov 1886 Kasalinsk (9p)

26.  WB to Anna 4 Dec 1886 Kasalinsk, Turkestan (8p) Praises Romanes’ articles in Nature

Folder 151-200

27.  Fragment of letter from Kazalinsk about 20-27 Nov (4p)

28.  WB to Mamma 29 Dec 1886 Kazalinsk (9p)

29.  WB to all. 1 Jan 1887 Happy New Year - postcard

30.  WB to Anna 3 Jan 1887 Kazalinsk (7p)

31.  WB to Anna 17 Jan 1887 Kazalinsk (5p)

32.  WB to Edith 12 Jan 1887 Kasalinsk (6p)

33.  WB to Margaret ?28 Jan 1887 Kasalinsk (7p)

34.  WB to Mamma 2 Feb 1887 Kazalinsk (5p)

35.  WB to Margaret 6 Feb 1887 Kasalinsk (7p, incomplete)

Folder 201-250

36.  WB to Mamma 15 March 1887 Kazalinsk (1p)

37.  WB to Mamma 20 March 1887 Kaskara Station (4p) “Off at last”

38.  WB to Mamma 28 March 1887 Alexandrovsky Station, near Kazalinsk (2p)

39.  WB to Family 15 April 1887 Shu River near Saumal Kul (6p)

40.  WB to Family 11 June 1887 TaraGhul Silver Mine (22 p)

41.  WB to Mamma 22 June 1887 South of Pavlodar (5p; first page missing)

42.  WB to Anna 5-19 July 1887 South of Pavlodar (7p)

Folder 251-300

43.  WB to Mamma 1 July 1887 Karkaralinsk, Siberia (8p)

44.  WB to Margaret 5-19 July 1887 Chak Chan Station. South of Pavlodar (8p)

45.  WB to Family 8 August 1887 Pavlodar, Siberia (8p) “the day of my nativity”

46.  WB to Relatives 4-8 Sept 1887 Omsk, Siberia (7p)

47.  WB to Mary 6-7 Sept 1887 Omsk, Siberia (5p)

48.  WB to Margaret 15-16 Sept 1887 Omsk, Siberia (6p)

49.  WB to Anna 18 Sept 1887 Omsk (5p) “waiting for money”

Folder 301-310

50.  WB to Margaret 28 Sept 1887 Petropavlosk, Siberia (6p)

51.  “Scene on the Steppes. Orenbourg in the distance” sketch by R. Murchison (2p)

52.  WB to Margaret 5 April 1888 Hotel Abbat, Alexandria, Egypt (2p)

 

G2 [With AGC’s identification of each item in pencil; e.g. “G.2.a.1”]

 

  1. G2a IUBS 1919-26 (28 +2)

1.      Conseil Int. des Recherches Comptes Rendu, Brussels 1919 (178p)

2.      International Research Council. Statutes undated.

3.      IRC: proposed statutes for IUBS undated

4.      Arthur Schuster to WB 23 June 1919

5.      AS to WB 26 June 1919

6.      AS to WB 2 July 1919

7.      Thos. Cook & Sons to WB 4 July 1919

8.      IRC Agenda of Brussels Conference 1919

9.      AS to WB 29 June 1919

10.  W. M. Tattersall to WB 20 Dec 1919

11.  W. Watts to WB 20 Dec 1919

12.  WW to Secretary, Linnean Society 25 Nov 1919

13.  WW to WB 15 Dec 1919

14.  Conjoint Board of Scientific Societies. 4th Annual Report 1920

15.  David Prain to WB 6 Jan 1920

16.  WB to DP 7 Jan 1920

17.  WW to WB 5 March 1920

18.  T. H. Morgan to WB 3 Dec 1920

19.  Cutting from The Times 8 March 1921

20.  G. H. Hardy to WB 30 March 1921

21.  WB to Flahault 21 Jan 1924 (extra copy of F46a-2 and 2 copies in French dated 20 Jan 1924)

22.  “Void same as 29” AGC

23.  F. A. Towle (RS) to WB 18 Jan 1924

24.  GHH to WB 17 May 1924

25.  WB to GHH 20 May 1924

26.  GHH to WB 24 May 1924

27.  WB to GHH 24 May 1924

28.  David Prain to WB 10 Jan 1926

29.  Enclosure with G. 2a.28

30.  Pencilled note by WB

 

  1. G2b British Museum 1922 (6)

1.      F. G. Kenyon to WB 10 May 1922

2.      FGK to WB 12 May 1922

3.      Notice of meeting of electing Trustees, British Museum 9 May 1922

4.      FGK to WB 15 May 1922

5.      Printed notice of Trustees meetings, 1922

6.      Statutes and Rules of British Museum, 1908

 

  1. G2c The Oxford Letter 1920 (10)

1.      The letter to The Times with 60 Oxford University signatures 18 Oct 1920

2.      The Times leading article 18 Oct 1920

3.      The Times letter from B. Wittendenson 19 Oct 1920

4.      The Times letter from “M. A.” 19 Oct 1920

5.      The Times letter from “Memor” 20 Oct 1920

6.      The Times letter from “one who did not sign” 20 Oct 1920

7.      The Times letter from D. G. Hogarth 20 Oct 1920

8.      The Times letter from H. H. Turner 21 Oct 1920

9.      The Times letter from 61 Oxford signatories 22 Oct 1920

10.  Draft WB letter to The Times, undated.

 

  1. G2d  Genetical Society and the S. E. B 1924 (19)

1.      G. C. Robson to WB 12 Jan 1924

2.      R. Ruggles Gates to WB 28 Jan 1924

3.      R. C. Punnett to WB 2 Feb 1924

4.      J. Huxley to RCP 9 Feb 1924

5.      JH to WB 9 Feb 1924

6.      WB to JH 10 Feb 1924

7.      JH to WB 16 Feb 1924

8.      Lancelot Hogben to WB 16 Feb 1924

9.      WB to LH 19 Feb 1924

10.  LH to WB 21 Feb 1924

11.  WB to LH 26 Feb 1924

12.  JH to WB 31 March 1924

13.  Program for second conference of Society for Experimental Biology 27-28 June 1924

14.  Invitation from SEB to conference 23 April 1924

15.  Invitation from “Brit Journal for Experimental Biology” to conference 21-2 Dec 1923

16.  List of names (undated)

17.  SEB rules and bylaws, etc. (typed transcript)

18.  SEB rules and bylaws, etc. (draft)

19.  SEB subscriptions and journals

 

  1. G2e The Gradus Pea Case 1921-22 (12)

1.      WB to J. A. Walton 28 June 1921

2.      G. Frazer White to WB 13 Aug 1921

3.      James Kelway & Son to WB 3 Sept 1921

4.      WB to JK & Son 12 Sept 1921

5.      JK & Son to WB 16 Sept 1921

6.      Caroline Pellew to WB 20 Oct 1921

7.      J. A. Walton to WB 28 Oct 1921

8.      WB to JAW 31 Oct 1921

9.      Subpoena to WB 22 May 1922

10.  Withens & Co. to WB 17 June 1922

11.  Withens & Co. to WB 24 June 1922

12.  James Kelway to WB 4 July 1922

 

  1. G2f A. J. Balfour, W. Laurence Balls, Ezra Brainard, Lord Bryce, Captain Diver 1907-26 (26)

1.      A. J. Balfour to WB 14 March 1912

2.      W. Laurence Balls to Gregory Bateson 26 April 1927

3.      WB to WLB 2 March 1905

4.      WB to WLB 7 Jan 1908

5.      WB to WLB 9 April 1908

6.      WB to WLB 10 May 1910

7.      W. W. Eggleston to CBB 2 Aug 1927

8.      WB to Ezra Brainerd 17 Sept 1907

9.      WB to EB 11 Oct 1907

10.  WB to EB 15 Oct 1907

11.  WB to EB 4 Nov 1907

12.  WB to EB 17 Nov 1907

13.  EB to WB 30 Nov 1907

14.  WB to Lord Bryce 13 July 1915

15.  WB to Captain Diver 19 Nov 1921

16.  WB to D 14 Jan 1923

17.  WB to D 17 Jan 1923

18.  WB to D 3 March 1923

19.  WB to D 23 June 1923

20.  WB to D 17 Jan 1924

21.  WB to D 29 Jan 1924

22.  WB to D 3 April 1924

23.  WB to D 12 July 1924

24.  WB to D 28 July 1924

25.  WB to D 9 Nov 1923 (postcard)

26.  WB to D 11 Nov 1925 (postcard)

 

  1. G2g Hans Driesch, Mrs. Doncaster, C. T. Druery, Hugo de Vries, Mrs. Grant Duff, J. Stanley Gardiner 1902-24 (23)

1.      Hans Driesch to CBB 10 Oct 1927 Liepzig (2)

2.      WB to Driesch 16 Mar 1924

3.      WB to Mrs. L. Doncaster 29 May 1920

4.      WB to Mrs LD 2 June 1920

5.      WB to Mrs LD 27 June 1920

6.      J. Stanley Gardiner to CBB 26 May 1927

7.      Charles T. Druery to WB 5 Sept 1906

8.      CTD to WB 17 Sept 1906

9.      CTD to WB 29 Sept 1906

10.  CTD to Veit & Co. 21 Sept 1906

11.  CTD to WB 26 Oct 1906

12.  WB to CTD 27 Oct 1906

13.  WB to Mrs. Grant Duff 1 May 1924 (2)

14.  W. R. Dykes to WB 2 Dec 1924

15.  WB to WRD 3 Dec 1924

16.  J. Stanley Gardiner to WB 27 Oct 1902 (2)

17.  JSG to WB 1 Feb 1909

18.  JSG to WB 29 Oct 1909

19.  JSG to WB 18 Nov 1909

20.  JSG to WB 22 Feb 1908

21.  WB to JSG 23 Feb 1908 (copy in manus. by CBB)

22.  JSG to WB 28 Feb 1908

23.  WB to JSG 1 March 1908 (2)

 

  1. G2h J. B. S. Haldane, William Thiselton Dyer (Kew Gardens), Mrs. Lock, C. E. McClung, Sir D. Prain 1894-1926 (28)

1.      JBSH to WB 24 Nov 1920

2.      JBSH to WB undated [1920]

3.      WB to JBSH 1 Dec 1920 (6)

4.      JBSH to WB undated

5.      JBSH to WB undated

6.      WB to TD ( Kew ) 25 April 1894

7.      WB to Sir William TD 17 May 1903

8.      WB to Hill (K. G.) 6 June 1916

9.      WB to Sir David Prain 6 Feb 1917

10.  WB to DP 11 Feb 1917

11.  WB to Hill 30 Oct 1922

12.  WB to Hill 16 Nov 1925

13.  WB to Hill 19 Nov 1925

14.  Mrs. Emily Lock to CBB 12 May [1927]

15.  Mrs. Emily Lock to CBB 10 July 1927 (5)

16.  Mrs. Jane Southern (Mrs. R. H. Lock) to CBB 13 June 1927 (2)

17.  C. E. McClung to CBB 17 Feb 1927

18.  WB to McC 24 Nov 1921

19.  WB to McC undated

20.  WB to McC 10 Nov 1922

21.  WB to McC 18 July 1923

22.  WB to McC 20 Aug 1925

23.  WB to McC 26 Sept 1925

24.  Sir DP to WB 9 March 1913

25.  WB to DP 15 Aug 1925

26.  DP to WB 6 Jan 1926

27.  WB to DP 8 Jan 1926 with typed copy by CBB (6)

28.  DP to CBB 8 March 1927 (2)

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  1. G2j A. Ribas, D. H. Scott, G. C. Moore-Smith, W. Southworth, Arondsen Stein, W. B. Turrill 1898-1926 (23)

1.      Antonio Ribas to WB 28 Nov 1912 Hieza

2.      AR to WB 5 Feb 1913

3.      AR to WB undated

4.      AR to WB undated

5.      D. H. Scott to CBB 3 April 1927

6.      WB to DHS 15 Jan 1926

7.      G. C. Moore-Smith to CBB 10 Oct 1926

8.      GCMS to CBB 17 Oct 1926

9.      GCMS to CBB 21 Oct 1926

10.  GCMS to CBB 25 Oct 1926

11.  WB to GCMS 13 May 1898 (2 + 1p CBB copy)

12.  Poem by WB (early 1890s)

13.  WB to GCMS 31 Oct 1918 (2 + 1 p CBB copy)

14.  WB to GCMS 26 Sept 1920

15.  W. Southworth to CBB 4 Sept 1929

16.  W. Southworth to WB 24 Feb 1922

17.  WB to W. Southworth 15 April 1922

18.  W. B. Turrill to WB 27 Sept 1924

19.  WB to Turrill 8 Oct 1924

20.  S. A. Arondsen Stein to R. C. Punnett 12 Feb 1920

21.  RCP to AS 17 Feb 1920

22.  RCP to WB 17 Feb [1920]

23.  WB to AS 14 March 1920

 

  1. G2k Julian Huxley 1920-25 (23)

1.      JH to WB 20 Jan 1920

2.      JH to WB 16 May 1920

3.      JH to WB 14 Jan 1921

4.      JH to WB 5 Feb 1921 (7)

5.      JH to WB 4 March 1921

6.      JH to WB 12 May 1921

7.      JH to WB 26 May 1921

8.      J. S. Huxley “The Regulation of Sex” The Atheneum 14 Jan 1921

9.      WB to JH 21 Jan 1920

10.  WB to JH 17 Jan 1921

11.  WB to JH 8 Feb 1921 (6)

12.  WB to JH 13 May 1921

13.  WB to JH 20 Oct 1921

14.  WB to JH 13 Dec 1923 with CBB’s typed extracts from various letters

15.  WB to JH 28 June 1925

16.  WB to JH 16 July 1925

17.  JH to WB 20 Nov 1925

18.  WB to JH 5 Dec 1925

19.  JH to WB 14 Dec 1925 (9 + 4p CBB typed copy)

20.  JH to WB 11 Dec? 1923 (2)

21.  JH to WB 16 Dec 1923 (2)

22.  JH to WB undated [not located]

23.  JH to WB 15 July 1921 [not located]

24.  JH to CBB 26 March 1926 [not located]

25.  JH to CBB 1 April 1926 [not located; in such cases consider AGC’s files?]

 

  1. G2l Education 1875-1918 (9)

1.      A Vernon Harcourt: pamphlet of 3 addresses; Oxford Museum and other works relating to the position of science in education 1875-1908

2.      Abstract of proceedings of deputation from the RS and the Chemical Society to the Government on the position of the chemical industries (Trans. Chem. Soc. 107, 974-987 (1915))

3.      William Henry Perkins (1915) “The Position of the Organic Chemical Industry” Presidential Address to the Chemical Society (Trans. Chem. Soc. 107, 557-578)

4.      “The Neglect of Science” 1916. Report of proceedings of a conference at the Linnean Society, Lord Raleigh presiding.

5.      “Education, Science and the Humanities” 1916. (i) Repeat of G.2-l.4. (ii) The Use and Abuse of Classical Studies by A. W. Pickard. Blackwell, Oxford (31p)

6.      Letters to Editor on science and education. The Times Literary Supplement 6 June 1916.

7.      Fred G. Kenyon 1917 Education, Scientific and Humane. Report on Proceedings of the Council for Humanistic Studies. John Murray (32p)

8.      Anonymous 1917 (Dean Andrew F. West, Princeton ?) “Six Opinions. Some Questions and Answers. Misleading Statistics. From Conference on Classical Studies in Liberal Education. Princeton University Press (16p)

9.      Times Literary Supplement 14 Feb 1918. Leading article. “Education at the Crossroads.”

 

  1. G2m  R. Ruggles Gates 1920 (9)

1.      Notice of Linnean Society meeting paper by RRG: “On the existence of two fundamentally different types of characters in organisms.” 5 March 1920

2.      RRG to WB 6 Feb 1920

3.      WB to RRG 8 June 1920

4.      Draft referee report by WB (undated) on above paper (G.2.m.1) (4)

5.      RRG to WB 10 Feb 1920

6.      WB to RRG 11 Feb 1920

7.      RRG to WB  22 April 1920

8.      WB to RRG 24 April 1920

9.      RRG to WB 26 April 1920

 

  1. G2n The Grassi-Calandruccio Affair 1902 (30) [Originally G2d but interchanged]

1.      C. S. Sherrington to WB 26 Jan 1902

2.      Ronald Ross to WB 27 Jan 1902

3.      WB to RR 29 and 30 Jan 1902

4.      RR to WB 29 Jan 1902

5.      List of 10 papers by Grassi and Calandruccio on eels 1892-97

6.      CSS to WB 31 Jan 1902

7.      R. Harrison to WB 31 Jan 1902

8.      RR to WB 31 Jan 1902

9.      RR to WB 3 Feb 1902

10.  RR to WB 5 Feb 1902

11.  RR. Signed statement (9p) 5 Feb 1902

12.  D. Sharp, S, Harmer and WB: Minutes of conversation with RR 9 Feb 1902 (1p)

13.  Sharp, Harmer and WB: expanded version of G. 2d.12 (7p)

14.  Sharp, Harmer and WB: Fair copy of G. 2d. 13 with some corrections and marginal notes by RR

15.  Calandruccio to RR (post-card) 21 Nov 1900?

16.  Dr. Alfredo Gavofalo to RR (Rome). Visiting card enscribed “to congratulate you on the letter in the Polyclinico” undated

17.  Patrick Manson to RR 11 Feb 1902

18.  RR to WB 12 Feb 1902

19.  RR to WB 17 Feb 1902

20.  Manuscript notes by WB in Italian (1p, small and undated)

21.  Reference list by WB from Zoologische Anzeiger. Papers by Calandruccio alone and with Grassi [? Location]

22.  R. Harrison to WB undated

23.  Manuscript notes by WB (4p) undated

24.  French translation of G-2n.23 by WB undated

25.  Notes on “Unicuique suum” [G-2n.26] by WB (2p) undated

26.  Sauveur Calandruccio 1900. “Unicuique Suum. Note preliminaire.” Roma (7p; printed in French)

27.  J. B. Grassi 1910 “Per la Storia della recenti scoperta sulla malaria.” Repr. From Polyclinico 7 (10p. in Italian) Roma.

28.  S. Calandruccio 1900. “Sullie transformatione dei Leptocephalidae in Murenoidi.”Catalia (7p)

29.  G. H. Nuttall 1901 “On the question of priority with regard to certain discoveries upon the aetiology of malarial disease. Quart. J. Microscopical Science (pp. 429-41)

30.  Rough draft of G-2n.24 undated

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  1. G2p  Royal Society and International Organizations 1918 (7)

1.      RS Memorandum of Committee on International Scientific Organization (15p) May 1918

2.      RS Notice of Special General Meeting to consider questions to be submitted to Inter-Allied Conference

3.      RS Preliminary Report of Inter-Allied Conference on International Scientific Organizations (4p) 9-11 Oct 1918

4.      Daily Telegraph cutting 30 Oct 1918. Obituary of Admiral Sir A. H. Markham

5.      David Prain to WB 20 Nov 1918

6.      W. M. Bayliss et al. Notice on membership of German academies and scientific societies (2p; undated flysheet)

7.      RS Report of Council 1918 (10p & 4p; the latter repeats G.2.p.3)

 

  1. G2q Papers collected for a Mendel biography (30 +2) [Can only locate latter 2: DRF]

1.  Ferdinand Schindler to WB 13 Dec 1904

2.  P. Klemens Janatschek to WB 16 March 1905

3.  Hugo Iltis to WB 16 Nov 1905

4.  HI to WB 31 Jan 1909

5.  HI to WB 20 Oct 1910

6.  Erich von Tschermak to WB 26 April 1910

7.  ET to WB 6 Sept 1910

8.  ET to WB 14 Sept 1910 (postcard)

9.  D. W? to WB 22 Feb 1911 (postcard)

10.  Envelope inscribed; “Mendel’s autograph given me by Dr. Janatschek 1904. Contents: Mendel’s signature on a small slip cutting from a letter, and 2 visiting cards: P. Klemens Janatschek, O. S. A; Johann Mendel, Grafendorf”

11.  Photograph inscribed by WB: “Mendel’s Garten in the Konigin Kloster. 1910”

12.  Tinted postcard of interior of Konigs kloster, Altbrunn.

13.  Photograph of Mendel (as used in Mendel’s Principles, 1902)

14.  Invitation cards (2) to Mendelfeier 2 Oct 1910 and programme card (1)

15.  Anonymous. “Gregor Joh. Mendel, ein deutsche Priester und Naturforscher aus dem Kuhlandchen.” Newspaper cutting 1 Jan 1902

16.  E. V. Proskowetz jun. “Zur Errinerung an den Oesterreichischen Forscher Gregor Mendel.” Neue Freie Presse Z4 July 1902

17.  Anonymous. “Die Enthullung der Gedenktafed fur Pralat Gregor Mendel in Heizenforf.” (2 photographs) Osterreichische Illustrierte Zeitung 3 Aug 1902

18.  Anonymous. “Das Bezirks feuerwehrtag und die Enthullung der Gedenktafel fur Abt. Mendel in Heizendorf.” Neue Illustriente Blatt 9 Aug 1902 (pp 506-507)

19.  Josef Ullrich 1907 “Gregor Joh. Mendel. Biographische Skizze (24p) Reprint from Illustrierte Neutischeiner Volkskalendar fur 1908

20.  Julius Wiesner 1909 “Gregor Johann Mendel. Ein Gedenkblatt (16p) Znain

21.  Erich von Tschermak 1910 “Johann Gregor Mendel. Zur Enthullung seines Denkmals in Brunn am 2 Oktober 1910.” Neue Freie Presse 29 Sept 1910

22.  Brunner Eisenhahn Zeitung, number 29 [Dec 1904]

23.  J. von Wiesner 1910 “Gregor Mendel.” Neue Freie Presse 2 Oct 1910

24.  Anonymous 1910 “Gregor Mendel Feier in Brunn. Neue Freie Presse 3 Oct 1910

25.  Hugo Iltis 1911 “Vom Mendeldenkmal unde von seiner Enthullung.” (29p) From Verh. Naturforsch. Verein Brunn Volume 49

26.  Hugo Iltis 1908-9? “Johann Gregor Mendel’s Leben” Newspaper proof (undated and unsourced)

27.  Anonymous (6p) Notes, manuscript, on Mendel’s life, headed Iltis. Not in WB’s hand (based on G.2.q.26?)

28.  Anonymous. “Ein Mendel Denkmal in Wien.” Undated, unsourced, cutting.

29.  WB to CBB on the Mendel celebration of 1910 (See also Q. 14d)

30.  Abbot Janetschek to WB 9 March 1902 [See also Correns to WB G.7.o.15 &16]

31.  WB letter to CBB from Mendel meeting 1910

32.  A. C. Faucescher, Altbrunn to WB 9 May 1902

 

G3

  1. G3a Further begging letters (23)

1.      P. L. Sclater to WB 4 Aug 1898

2.      WB to PLS 15 Aug 1898

3.      WB to PLS draft Aug 1898 that preceded G3.a1

4.      WB to PLS. Another draft of G3.a3, with A. Newton’s copy at foot.

5.      Alfred Newton to WB 2 Aug 1898

6.      Michael Foster to WB 19 July 1899

7.      WB to anonymous 19 July 1899

8.      WB to G. H. Darwin 21 July 1899

9.      J. R. Elwes to WB 21 Oct [1902]

10.  Alfred Newton to WB 16 Oct 1902

11.  J. R. Elwes to WB undated

12.  J. R. Elwes to WB 24 Oct 1902

13.  Alfred Newton to WB 3 Dec 1902

14.  J. R. Elwes to WB undated

15.  Rev. W. Wilks to WB 24 Sept 1903

16.  WB to WW 25 Sept 1903 [rough draft for G3 a17]

17.  WB to WW 25 Sept 1903

18.  WW to WB 8 Jan 1904

19.  WW to WB 11 Jan 1904

20.  C. S. Sherington to WB 12 Nov 1903

21.  WB to Michael Foster undated [1903]

22.  Michael Foster to WB 13 Nov [1903]

23.  Adam Sedgwick to WB 14 Nov 1903

 

  1. G3b WB to CBB 1900-09 (66)

1.      Oxford 21 March 1900 (2)

2.      Gloucester 23 March 1900 (8)

3.      Kandersteg? 9 July 1900 (2)

4.      Paris 6 Oct 1900 (4)

5.      London 4 June 1901 (3)

6.      Reading 8 July 1901 (2)

7.      Grantchester 25 Aug 1901 (2)

8.      Grantchester 27 Aug 1901 (3)

9.      Tours, France 11 April 1902 (2)

10.  Grantchester 17 Nov 1902 (9)

11.  Grantchester 24 Aug 1903 (2)

12.  Rouen 26 Dec 1903 (3)

13.  Paris 28 Dec 1903 (3)

14.  Grantchester 27 Aug 1904 (2)

15.  Barnstaple 23 Sept 1904 (2)

16.  Hull 30 July 1905 (2)

17.  Scarborough 1 Aug 1905 (4)

18.  Nancy, France 14 Dec 1905 (2)

19.  Brussels 16 Dec 1905 (3)

20.  Happisburgh 1 April 1906 (2)

21.  Happisburgh 3 April 1906 (2)

22.  Happisburgh 4 April 1906 (2)

23.  Grantchester  16 April 1906 (7)

24.  Grantchester 17 April 1906 (2)

25.  Birmingham 19 Sept 1906 (8)

26.  Birmingham 20 Sept 1906 (6)

27.  Shifnal 21 Sept 1906 (4)

28.  Wenlock 22 Sept 1906 (3)

29.  Ludlow 24 Sept 1906 (4)

30.  London 9 April 1907 (2)

31.  Boulogne 16 March 1907 (3 including a menu)

32.  Boulogne 17 March 1907 (2)

33.  Lille 19 March 1907 (4)

34.  Lille 21 March 1907 (2)

35.  Lille 22 March 1907 (3)

36.  Happisburgh 21 April 1907 (2)

37.  Cambridge 8 Jan 1908 (5)

38.  Cambridge 9 Jan 1908 (4)

39.  Cambridge 31 Jan 1908 (2)

40.  Cambridge 9 Jan 1908 (telegram)

41.  Northumberland 17 Feb 1908 (2)

42.  Northumberland 18 Feb 1908 (2)

43.  Cambridge 31 July 1908 (2)

44.  Cambridge 2 Aug 1908 plus 2 enclosures: leaflets from National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies (6)

45.  Cambridge 4 Aug 1908 (2)

46.  Cambridge 6 Aug 1908 (1)

47.  London 2 Sept 1908 (2)

48.  Rathgar, County Dublin 3 Sept 1908 (4)

49.  Rathgar, County Dublin 5 Sept 1908 (3)

50.  Happisburgh 21 Sept 1908 (2)

51.  Happisburgh 18 Oct 1908 (1)

52.  ? 30 Dec 1908 (2) Comment on Samuel Butler

53.  Cambridge ? 2 Jan 1909 (2)

54.  Cambridge ? 3 Jan 1909 (2)

55.  Berlin 6 Jan 1909 (6)

56.  Berlin 9 Jan 1909 (4)

57.  Melle, Hanover 11 Jan 1909 (4)

58.  Cambridge 13 Jan 1909 (3)

59.  London 26 April 1909 (4)

60.  London 27 April 1909 (2)

61.  Cambridge 29 April 1909 (4)

62.  Cambridge 30 April 1909 (4)

63.  Cambridge 3 May 1909 (2)

64.    Happisburgh 23 May 1909 (3)

65.  Germany 18 Dec 1909 (2)

66.  London, Linneal Society Celebration 1 July 1908 (2)

 

  1. G3c WB to CBB 1910-25 (136)

1.      Happisburgh 25 March 1910 (4)

2.      Happisburgh 27 March 1910 (3)

3.      Cambridge 10 April 1910 (4)

4.      London 12 April 1910 (4) from The Atheneum Club

5.      Cambridge 13 April 1910 (4)

6.      Cambridge 16 April 1910 (5)

7.      Cambridge 20 April 1910 (2)

8.      London 29 June 1910 (2)

9.      London 30 June 1910 (3)

10.  London 15 July 1910 (2) Annual Butler Dinner

11.  Merton, Surrey 30 Aug 1910 (2)

12.  Merton 31 Aug 1910 (5)

13.  London 1 Sept 1910 (5)

14.  Merton 2 Sept 1910 (2)

15.  Sheffield 3 Sept 1910 (2)

16.  Berlin 25 Sept 1910 (5)

17.  Berlin 26 Sept 1910 (3)

18.  Vienna 29Sept 1910 (5, with CBB annotation)

19.    Parkring, Vienna 30 Sept 1910 (7)

20.  Paris 11 Feb 1911 (2)

21.  Paris 12 Feb 1911 (3)

22.  Merton 3 Aug 1911 (2)

23.  Merton 5 Aug 1911 (2)

24.  Merton 7 Aug 1911 (2)

25.  Dorking 7 Aug 1911 (2)

26.  Merton 10 Aug 1911 (2)

27.  Merton 19 Aug 1911 (3)

28.  Merton 20 Aug 1911 (2)

29.  Merton 21 Aug 1911 (2)

30.  Merton 22 Aug 1911 (2)

31.  Merton 23 Aug 1911 (2)

32.  Merton 25 Aug 1911 (2)

33.  [Merton] 2 Feb 1912 (2)

34.  Oxford 28 Feb 1912 (2)

35.  Merton 29 Feb 1912 (2)

36.  Merton 2 March 1912 (2)

37.  Merton 4 March 1912 (2)

38.  Merton 5 March 1912 (2)

39.  Merton 2 Aug 1912 (2)

40.  Merton 4 Aug 1912 (2)

41.  Merton 7 Aug 1912 (2)

42.  Merton 8 Aug 1912 (2)

43.  Merton 14 Aug 1912 (2)

44.  Saxmundham 29 Aug 1912 (2)

45.  Saxmundham 31 Aug 1912 (2)

46.  Dundee 7 Sept 1912 (4)

47.  Dundee 9 Sept 1912 (2)

48.  Berlin 27 Sept 1912 (2)

49.  Tambach, Germany 1 Oct 1912 (2)

50.  Paris 2 Jan 1913 (2)

51.  Paris 3 Jan 1913 (2)

52.  Paris 5 Jan 1913 (4)

53.  Berlin 29 Dec 1913 (2)

54.  Berlin 30 Dec 1913 (2)

55.  Berlin 31 Dec 1913 (2)

56.  Berlin 1 Jan 1914 (2)

57.  Berlin 2 Jan 1914 (2)

58.  Berlin 2 Jan 1914 postcard (2)

59.  Berlin 2 Jan 1914 postcard (2)

60.  Berlin 4 Jan 1914 (2)

61.  Berlin 6 Jan 1914 (3)

62.  Merton 11 April 1916 (2)

63.  Merton 14 April 1916 (2)

64.  Merton 15 April 1916 (3)

65.  Merton 15 April 1916 (2)

66.  Merton 17 April 1916 (2)

67.  Merton 19 April 1916 (2)

68.  Merton 19 April 1916 (2)

69.  Merton 21 April 1916 (2)

70.  Merton 28 Aug 1916 (4)

71.  Merton 30 Aug 1916 (2)

72.  Newcastle-on-Tyne 2 Sept 1916 (2)

73.  Le Havre 19 Dec 1916 (2)

74.  Rouen 20 Dec 1916 (3)

75.  Rouen 22 Dec 1916 (4)

76.  British Expeditionary Force, France 25 Dec 1916 (4)

77.  BEF 27 Dec 1916 (2)

78.  BEF 28 Dec 1916 (2)

79.  BEF 30 Dec 1916 (2)

80.  Rouen 31 Dec 1916 (2)

81.  Rouen 2 Jan 1917 (3)

82.  BEF 4 Jan 1917 (2)

83.  BEF 7 Jan 1917 (3)

84.  BEF 11 Jan 1917 (2)

85.  BEF 11 Jan 1917 (3)

86.  BEF 13 Jan 1917 (3)

87.  BEF 14 Jan 1917 (4)

88.  Merton? 4 Sept 1917 (2)

89.  Dorking 5 Sept 1917 (2)

90.  Merton 6 Sept 1917 (1)

91.  Merton 8 Sept 1917 (1)

92.  Merton 9 Sept 1917 (1)

93.  Merton 11 Sept 1917 (1)

94.  Merton 16 Sept 1917 (2)

95.  BEF 3 Jan 1918 (2)

96.  BEF 4 Jan 1918 (2)

97.  BEF 7 Jan 1918 (2)

98.  BEF 10 Jan 1918

99.  BEF 12 Jan 1918;  99A 14 Jan 1918 (4)

100.          Brussels 18 July 1919 (2)

101.          Brussels 21 July 1919 (2)

102.          Brussels 26 July 1919 (2)

103.          18 Aug 1920 (2)

104.          21 Aug 1920 (2)

105.          24 Aug 1920 (2)

106.          Ambleside 9 Sept 1920 (2)

107.          Amsterdam 25 March 1923 (2)

108.          Amsterdam 26 March 1923 (2)

109.          Amsterdam 27 March 1923 (2)

110.          On board DS Dronning Maud 3 Aug 1924 (4)

111.          Copenhagen 5 Aug 1924 (4)

112.          Copenhagen 6 Aug 1924 (3)

113.          Copenhagen 7 Aug 1924 (2)

114.          Stockholm 10 Aug 1924 (5)

115.          Stockholm 12 Aug 1924 (2)

116.          Stockholm 13 Aug 1924 (2)

117.          Merton 23 April 1925 (2)

118.          London 25 April 1925 (4)

119.          Merton 27 April 1925 (2)

120.          Merton 29 April 1925 (3)

121.          Merton 30 April 1925 (3)

122.          Copenhagen 31 August 1925 (3)

123.          Copenhagen 31 August 1925 postcard (2)

124.          Stockholm 2 Sept 1925 (2)

125.          On steamer between Stockholm and Helsingfors 3 Sept 1925 (4)

126.          Beloostroff 4 Sept 1925 telegram (1)

127.          Leningrad 5 Sept 1925 (4)

128.          Leningrad 7 Sept 1925 (3)

129.          Leningrad 10 Sept 1925 (2)

130.          Leningrad 10 Sept 1925 (4)

131.          Hfoelhaven 12 Sept 1925 telegram (1)

132.          Moscow 13 Sept 1925 (2)

133.          Moscow 15 Sept 1925 telegram (1)

134.          Leningrad 18 Sept 1925 (2)

135.          6 August 1912 (3)

136.          France 1 Sept 1922 enclosing buffet menu from Modane Station for its amusing translations (4)

 

  1. G3d WB to CBB from America 1902 and 1921-22 (27)

1.      RMS Majestic 17 Sept 1902

2.      RMS Majestic 21 Sept 1902

3.      New York 25 Sept 1902

4.      Geneva, New York 29 Sept 1902

5.      New York 3 Oct 1902

6.      Baltimore 6 Oct 1902

7.      RMS Scythia 10 Dec 1921

8.      RMS Scythia 18 Dec 1921

9.      New York 20 Dec 1921

10.  New York 24 Dec 1921

11.  New York 26 Dec 1921

12.  Toronto 29 Dec 1921

13.  Buffalo 1 Jan 1922

14.  Buffalo 2 Jan 1922

15.  Toronto 3 Jan 1922

16.  Toronto 5 Jan 1922

17.  Toronto 7 Jan 1922

18.  Toronto 9 Jan 1922

19.  New London 15 Jan 1922

20.  Boston 17 Jan 1922

21.  New York 20 Jan 1922

22.  New York 21 Jan 1922

23.  New York 23 Jan 1922

24.  New York 23 Jan 1922

25.  Newscuttings from American papers re Toronto Lecture 1921

26.  Drawings and notes by WB undated

27.  Albert B. Guptill, North Dakota, to WB re: Toronto address – enclosed with letters to CBB with note by WB “a great deal of this sort of thing going on – papers have been full of it.”

 

  1. G3e Transcripts of WB to CBB (Beatrice) correspondence 1900-1925 (19) Originals in:

1.      G3b 1-10

2.      G3b 11-20

3.      G3b 21-30

4.      G3b 31-40

5.      G3b 41-50

6.      G3b 51-60

7.      G3b 61-66

8.      G3c 1-10

9.      G3c 11-20

10.  G3c 21-30

11.  G3c 31-40 (no. 33 excluded)

12.  G3c 41-50

13.  G3c 51-60

14.  G3c 61-70

15.  G3c 71-80

16.  G3c 81-90

17.  G3c 91-100

18.  G3c 101-110

19.  G3c 111-121

 

  1. G3f WB to his sons (John, Martin, Gregory) – originals and transcripts (19)

1.      To GB 8 Aug 1911 Merton

2.      To GB 6 Aug 1912 Merton

3.      To GB 14 Jan 1918 from British Expeditionary Force in France

4.      To JB 25 Sept 1918 Ingleborough

5.      To MB 21 Oct 1918 Merton

6.      To MB 21 Oct 1918 Merton

7.      To MB 24 Oct 1918 Merton

8.      To GB 2 March 1923 Merton

9.      To JB or MB undated and unheaded

10.  To GB 22 April 1923 Merton

11.  To GB 28 May 1923 Merton

12.  To GB 16 July 1925 Merton

13.  Transcripts of 5 and 7 by CBB

14.  Transcripts of letter from WB to GB 22 April 1922 on MB’s death

15.  Transcripts of letter from WB to GB 23 April 1922 on MB’s death

16.  Transcript of 1

17.  Transcript of 2

18.  Transcript of 3

19.  Transcript of 4

 

  1. G3g Family letters and school reports 1874-1895; originals and transcripts WB to CBB 1897-99; Miscellaneous transcripts 1878-1922 (79)

1.      Richard Bateson to Dr. W. H. Bateson congratulating him on birth of WB 9 August 1861 Newlands

2.      WB to Dr. W. H. Bateson 22 Sept 1874 no address

3.      C. F. Wakefield (headmaster) to Dr. W. H. Bateson suggesting WB try for Rugby School 3 June 1875 East Sheen

4.      CFW to WHB 7 June 1875 East Sheen

5.      CFW to WHB 20 June 1875 East Sheen

6.      Statement of confirmation of WB’s birthdate by WHB and AB

7.      WB’s scholarship essay: Socratic dialogue on the value of sport/games

8.      C. B. Hutchinson to WHB from Rugby 25 June 1875

9.      T. W. Jex-Blake to WHB from Rugby 25 June 1875

10.  Entrance examination results for Rugby School 1875

11.  Newscutting from The Times 26 June 1875 showing scholarship results

12.  Rugby School report on WB for autumn term 1875

13.  CBH to WHB 23 June 1876

14.  Two copies of “Order of Scholarship Examination” Rugby 1876

15.  Rugby School report on WB for autumn term 1876

16.  CBH to WHB 26 Jan 1877

17.  Rugby School report spring term 1877

18.  Rugby School report 4 March to end of term 1877

19.  Rugby School report 21 April to 2 June 1877

20.  Rugby School report 3 June to July 14 1877

21.  Report by A. Sidgwick and T. W. Jex-Blake on WB. Christmas 1877

22.  WB to his mother 19 March 1878

23.  Rugby School. 6th Form results Easter term 1878

24.  Report on WB by A. Sidgwick and another master 16 April 1878

25.  Report on WB by A. Sidgwick undated

26.  WB to WHB undated, probably same date as above to his mother.

27.  T. W. Jex-Blake to WHB 16 Dec 1878

28.  Anonymous report on WB. Rugby School July 1879

29.  T. W. Jex-Blake to WHB July 1879

30.  WB to his mother 9 & 20 July 1883 Hampton, Virginia, USA

31.  Christiana Jane Herringham (CJH) to WB 24 Jan 1896 from Wimpole Street, London

32.  WB to ?CBB 6 Jan 1897 London

The following (33-60) are from WB to CBB:

33.  Cambridge 9 May 1897

34.  London 2 July 1897

35.  Dover 3 July 1897 postcard

36.  Bale (Basel), Switzerland 3 July 1897

37.  WB to CBB 24 Oct 1897

38.  Brighton 20 Dec 1897 postcard

39.  Brighton 20 Dec 1897

40.  Brighton 19 Dec 1897

41.  Cambridge 4 Jan 1898

42.  Cambridge 5 Jan 1898

43.  London 16 March 1898

44.  Cambridge 14 July 1898

45.  Cambridge 19 July 1898

46.  Cambridge 22 July 1898

47.  Cambridge 24 July 1898

48.  Cambridge 28 July 1898

49.  Cambridge 3 Aug 1898

50.  All’Aqua 6 Aug 1898

51.  All’Aqua 7 Aug 1898

52.  Fusio 8 Aug 1898

53.  Cambridge 13 Aug 1898

54.  Bath 29 Jan 1899

55.  Nott? Possibly Norwich House 7 July 1899

56.  Cambridge ? 8 July 1899

57.  Cambridge 9 July 1899

58.  London 13 July 1899

59.  Cambridge 16 July 1899

60.  Norfolk 19 July 1899

61.  WB on steamship Oregon to family 1 July 1891?

62.  Kirkby, Moorside. WB to mother 5 Sept 1904

63.  Merton House, Cambridge WB to mother 10 Dec 1906

64.  List of menus by Anna Bateson at Bashley, undated (See also Q 15a)

65.  WHB to Mr. & Mrs Cooper 26 Oct 1878 Cambridge

66.  Mrs. Annie Bateson to Mrs. Cooper 23 March 1875 Cambridge

67.  Mrs. Annie Bateson to Mrs. Cooper 23 April ? Cambridge

68.  WB to Edith Bateson 12 Nov 1904 Cambridge

69.  WB to Edith Bateson 13 Dec 1910 Cambridge

70.  WB to Edith Bateson 10 April 1922 Merton, Surrey .

71.  Report on WB from Rugby School, undated (the 1870s)

72.  Report on WB from Rugby School, undated (the 1870s)

73.  Transcript by CBB of letter from Housemaster (Wakefield or Waterfield?) to WHB 28 June 1875

74.  Transcripts by CBB of letters/reports from WB’s childhood and schooldays, all represented above in originals

75.  CBB to her sisters Florence and Hermia from SS Ascanius 10 July 1914

76.  CBB to her mother from SS Ascanius 12 July 1914

77.  CBB to her grandmother from SS Ascanius 12 July 1914

78.  Anna Bateson to WB 12 Feb 1894

79.  Anna Bateson to WB 26 Aug 1894

 

  1. C3h Correspondence with Francis (“Frank”) Darwin 1890-1914 (19)

1.      FD to WB “re Index Kewensis early summer 1890” transcript (66p)

2.      FD to WB 20 Oct 1903

3.      FD to WB 30 Oct 1905

4.      FD to WB 11 March 1906

5.      FD to WB 25 July 1906

6.      FD to WB 27 July 1906

7.      FD to WB 15 Nov 1907

8.      FD to WB 22 March 1909

9.      FD to WB 1909

10.  FD to WB 15 Nov 1909

11.  FD to WB 21 April 1914

12.  Printed Loyal Address to Sir Michael Foster signed by FD, A. Sedgwick, A. E. Shipley, etc. undated

13.  WB to FD giving reasons for not signing 12, undated

14.  WB to FD. Possibly draft reply to G3h4, undated

15.  FD to WB suggesting Weismann and de Vries for the Darwin Medal

16.  WB to FD on Samuel Butler’s Unconscious Memory undated draft

17.  FD to WB on C. Darwin’s sketches, undated

18.  FD to WB agreeing with WB’s letter (?) undated

19.  Part of letter from WB presumably to FD re repayment of the Darwin brothers’ gift

 

  1. C3i Correspondence with Adam Sedgwick 1890-1908 (15)

1.      WB to AS draft 8 Oct 1890

2.      AS to WB 9 Oct 1890

3.      WB to AS draft 9 Oct 1890

4.      WB to AS 23 July 1907

5.      AS to WB 24 July 1907

6.      Transcript by CBB of 4 and 5

7.      AS to WB 17 Nov 1907

8.      WB to AS draft 18 Nov 1907

9.      Transcript by CBB of above

10.  AS to WB 19 Nov 1907

11.  AS to WB 22 Nov 1907

12.  AS to WB 12 Feb 1908

13.  AS to WB 13 Feb 1908

14.  WB to AS draft 13 Feb 1908

15.  Transcript by CBB of 1-3 with her comments

 

  1. C3j [Crossed out] “Transcripts of letters from WB to CBB 1897-99” (26)[“vacant”]

 

  1. C3k Transcripts of letters from WB to Anna (1-20), Mary (21-28) and Margaret Bateson (29-30)

Anna

1.      Steamer off Malta 26 March 1888

2.      Alexandria 18 April 1888

3.      Cambridge 2 Sept 1888

4.      Plymouth 1 May 1889

5.      Plymouth 31 July 1889

6.      Plymouth 5 Nov 1889

7.      Cambridge 16 Jan 1890

8.      Cambridge 26 March 1890

9.      Cambridge 19 July 1890

10.  Cambridge 14 Sept 1890

11.  Cambridge 20 Sept 1890

12.  Cambridge 26 Sept 1890

13.  Cambridge 27 March 1892

14.  Cambridge 22 July 1893

15.  Cambridge 30 July 1893

16.     Pie de Mulera, Italy 26 July 1894

17.  Madrid 31 March 1895

18.     Macugnaga 10 July 1895

19.  Grenoble 17 Sept 1895

20.  Cambridge 17 Feb 1897 

Mary

21.  Cambridge 14 Aug 1891

22.  Cambridge 23 June 1893

23.  Cambridge 6 July 1893

24.  Cambridge 25 July 1893

25.  Cambridge 31 July 1893

26.  Cambridge 19 Aug 1893

27.    El Escorial 1 April 1895

28.    Challes les Eaux 7 Sept 1895

Margaret

29.  Alexandria 5 April 1888

30.  Cambridge 14 Aug 1893

 

  1. G3l Fly sheets and documents re J. B. Burke’s Origin of Life 1906 (16)

1.      WB Flysheet against abolition of compulsory Greek Oct 1891

2.      WB Flysheet against abolition of compulsory Greek 23 Oct 1891

3.      Amended version of 2

4.      Memorial to enlist support for admission of women to degrees 17 Dec 1895

5.      Flysheet to enlist support for admission of women to degrees 9 Jan 1896

6.      WB Flysheet re sale of land 1 March 1904

7.      WB Flysheet re sale of land 4 March 1904

8.      WB Flysheet re allocation of Quick Fund.

9.      List of WB memberships of foreign societies.

10.  WB review of J. B. Burke’s Origin of Life in The Speaker 14 April 1906

11.  Letter to The Speaker by J. B. Burke 18 April 1906

12.  J. L. Hammond of The Speaker to WB 23 April 1906

13.  Draft apology for The Speaker by WB undated

14.  J. L. Hammond to WB 25 April 1906

15.  Cutting from The Speaker 28 April 1906. Burke’s letter and apology paragraph

16.  Review of Origin of Life in Cambridge Review by “N. R. C.” 10 May 1906

 

  1. G3m The Linacre Professorship at Oxford 1890 (26)

1.      WB to W. F. R. Weldon 19 May 1890

2.      Weldon to WB 25 May 1890

3.      WB to Michael Foster 2 June 1890

4.      WB to Weldon 3 June 1890

5.      Weldon to WB 4 June 1890

6.      WB to Michael Foster 5 June 1890

7.      WB to Michael Foster 9 June 1890

8.      WB to A. M. Marshall 12 June 1890

9.      WB to Weldon 12 June 1890

10.  A. M. Marshall to WB 12 June 1890

11.  Weldon to WB June 1890 telegram

12.  Transcript of WB’s application June 1890

13.  3 copies of WB’s printed application June 1890

14.  WB’s letter to Registrar, University of Oxford, accompanying above 15 June 1890

15.  Copy of 14

16.  E. R. Lankester to WB 15 June 1890

17.  WB to Weldon 15 June 1890

18.  WB to Dr. Humphrey 15 June 1890

19.  WB to Michael Foster 15 June 1890

20.  WB to ERL undated

21.  Note by WB that similar letter was sent to FD on 16 June 1890

22.  WB to A. M. Marshall 15 June 1890

23.  WB to Professor Alfred Newton 16 June 1890

24.  A. M. Marshall to WB 17 June 1890

25.  WB to ERL 2 July 1890

26.  Michael Foster to WB 7 July 1890

 

  1. G3n The Volucellae and Cineraria Controversies 1892-1896 (23)

1.      E. B. Poulton to WB 9 Oct 1892

2.      EBP to WB 11 Oct 1892

3.      WB to EBP 14 Oct 1892

4.      EBP to WB 15 Oct 1892

5.      WB letter in Nature 20 Oct 1892

6.      EBP letter in Nature 10 Nov 1892

7.      WB letter in Nature 24 Nov 1892

8.      EBP letter in Nature 8 Dec 1892

9.      Cutting from The Atheneum 9 March 1895

10.  Cutting from Nature 2 May 1895 Letter by W. Thiselton-Dyer

11.  Cutting from Nature 9 May 1895 Letter by WB

12.  Cutting from Nature 13 May 1895 Letter by WTD

13.  Cutting from Nature 16 May 1895 Letters by Weldon and Botting-Hemsley

14.  Telegram to WB from “John Fraser, Nurseryman” 17 May 1895

15.  Cutting from Nature 23 May 1895 Part of a letter from WTD

16.  Cutting from Nature 6 June 1895 Letter by Weldon

17.  Cutting from The Gardeners’ Chronicle undated

18.  Pages from The Gardeners’ Chronicle 11 June 1895

19.  Extract of a letter from WB to Anna Bateson 17 Sept 1895

20.  R. Irwin Lynch to WB 13 Jan 1896

21.  Pressings and drawings of Cineraria

22.  WB’s notes on the cultivation of Cineraria

23.  AGC’s notes “on Darwin on Cineraria (1891)” [23 verso: on the back is WB’s crossed out note relating to A. D. Darbishire 22 May 1904]

 

  1. G3o The RS Evolution Committee 1896-1908 (78)

1.      WB letter to Committee on Measurement of Plants and Animals, undated

2.      WB letter (draft) to Francis Galton 18 Oct 1896

3.      WB letter (draft) to FG 20 Oct 1896

4.      WB letter (draft) to FG 21 Oct 1896

5.      FG to WB 22 Oct 1896

6.      Circular from Committee on Measurement of Plants and Animals 30 Nov 1896

7.      Circular from Committee on Measurement of Plants and Animals, undated

8.      Two proofs of Evolution Committee circular, date-stamped 9 March 1897

9.      Covering note to above circular 12 March 1897

10.  FG article in Gardeners’ Chronicle 15 May 1897

11.  Letter from W. Wills of Royal Horticultural Society to Dr. M. Masters 12 Jan 1898

12.  Draft of EC circular by WB, undated

13.  Proof of 12

14.  WB to FG (undated draft)

15.  Draft EC circular undated

16.  Proof of 15

17.  Five copies of circular Jan 1898

18.  WB to Weldon 24 March 1898

19.  Draft Report by WB from EC on Breeding experiments in 1898

20.  Draft Report by WB of EC’s Horticultural Sub-committee, undated

21.  EC’s expenditure account 31 Jan 1899

22.  WB draft circular undated

23.  Proof of 22 undated

24.  Two copies of 23

25.  Draft by WB of Report to EC on work by E. R. Saunders and himself 30 Jan 1899

26.  WB to Michael Foster undated 1900 draft

27.  WB to Michael Foster draft 28 Jan 1900

28.  Walter Heape to WB 1 Feb 1900

29.  Walter Heape to WB 3 Feb 1900

30.  Francis Darwin to WB 3 Feb 1900

31.  WB to Arthur W. Sutton, Reading 11 March 1900

32.  Maxwell Masters Gardeners’ Chronicle 15 March 1900

33.  WB to AWS 15 March 1900

34.  AWS (Royal Seed Establishment) to WB 16 March 1900

35.  WB to AWS 27 March 1900

36.  W. Wills to WB 10 April 1900

37.  Michael Foster to WB 21 April 1900

38.  W. B. Fletcher to WB 28 April 1900

39.  W. Somerville to WB 29 April 1900

40.  List of Committee members and minutes of a meeting, undated

41.  Melanism enquiry: 2 copies of EC circular May 1900

42.  Draft circular on melanism by WB, undated

43.  3 EC forms for polled cattle and melanism surveys

44.  R. Harrison (Assistant RS Secretary) to WB 19 June 1900

45.  R. Harrison to WB 12 Dec 1900

46.  Sundry lists and calculations by WB, undated

47.  E. E. Harrison (printing office) to WB 10 Dec 1902

48.  R. Harrison (RS) to WB 12 Dec 1902 on cost of proof corrections

49.  R. Harrison to WB 9 Jan 1903

50.  Draft application for government grant by WB 21 Jan 1903

51.  Bills and accounts 1903

52.  Blank application form for government grant 6 Nov 1903

53.  A. Giekie for RS to WB 21 Oct 1904

54.  WB to A. Giekie 23 Oct 1904

55.  R. H. Biffen to WB 24 Oct 1904

56.  C. C. Hurst to WB 25 Oct 1904

57.  C. C. Hurst to WB 26 Oct 1904

58.  C. C. Hurst to WB 27 Oct 1904

59.  WB to A. Giekie 30 Oct 1904

60.  Francis Darwin to WB 1 Nov 1904

61.  Draft letter to Darwin by WB 2 Nov 1904 (3); draft to Larmor 2 Nov 1904 (2)

62.  Larmor to WB 12 Nov 1904 (2) and 62A H. Cossar Ewart to WB 4 May 1908

63.  A. E. Shipley to WB 13 May 1908

64.  A. Sutton to WB 15 May 1908

65.  F. Darwin to WB 24 May 1908

66.  J. W. Lock (?) to WB 28 May 1908

67.  G. H. Darwin to WB 6 June 1908

68.  WB to Harrison 10 June 1908

69.  F. D. Godman to WB 12 June 1908

70.  W. Wilks to WB 16 June 1908

71.  Draft by WB of Committee Circular seeking funds, undated

72.  Transcript copies of 71, undated

73.  5 proofs of 72, June 1908

74.  Transcript of draft appeal for funding for a School of Genetics

75.  A. C. Seward to WB 4 July 1908

76.  Circular from EC May 1900

77.  Circular from EC April 1904

78.  3 sheets of coloured lithoprints of varieties of moth, undated

 

  1. G3p Reviews of Materials for the Study of Variation 1894 (43)

1.      “The Secret of Evolution”, Daily Chronicle 7 June 1894

2.      “Discontinuity in Evolution” by F. Galton Mind (new series; Vol 3, 1894)

3.      Sydney Daily Telegraph 31 March 1894

4.      Science Gossip by J. T. Cunningham April 1894

5.      Devon and Exeter Gazette 20 April 1894

6.      The Expositor by Professor Macalister May 1894

7.      The Entomologist by D. Sharp May 1894

8.      Nature by W. F. R.Weldon 10 May 1894

9.      Academy (?12 May 1894); 26 May 1894

10.  Natural Science May 1894

11.  Natural Science by P. Chalmers-Mitchell May 1894

12.  Scotsman 14 May 1894

13.  Star 7 June 1894

14.  Daily Chronicle 7 June 1894 [Repeat of 1]

15.  The Lancet 10 June 1894

16.  Christian Commonwealth 27 June 1894

17.  Westminster Review July 1894

18.  Reed’s Mercury 16 Aug 1894

19.  Nature 16 Aug 1894

20.  Saturday Review 18 Aug 1894

21.  The Atheneum 18 Aug 1894

22.  The Speaker 8 Sept 1894

23.  Manchester Guardian 18 Sept 1894

24.  Science Gossip Sept 1894

25.  The American Journal of Science by W. B. Scott Nov 1894

26.  Revue Scientifique 24 Nov 1894

27.  The Psychological Review by William James Nov 1894

28.  Biologisches Centralblatt by Voigt, Bonn ,15 Dec 1894

29.  Filosofia Scientifica Dec 1894

30.  Science undated

31.  Science by H. W. Conn 4 Jan 1895

32.  Revue Generale des Sciences  by L. Cuénot 30 Jan 1895

33.  Neuere Beitrage zur exakten Formenkunde in englischer Sprache 1895 H. Driesch

34.  Daily Chronicle 2 March 1895

35.  Fortnightly Review by A. R. Wallace, March 1895 (two copies, one from author)

36.  Natural Science J. T. Cunningham March 1895

37.  Nature 7 March 1895 Comment on 35

38.  Natural Science April 1895 Weldon, Scott

39.  Natural Science April 1895  Weldon, Scott

40.  Natural Science J. T. Cunningham, 36 continued, April 1895

41.  Guardian 8 May 1895

42.  National Observer 28 Sept 1895

43.  The Nation 1 Oct 1896

 

  1. G3q Letters on the publication of Materials (95)

1.          WB to Macmillan draft 14 July 1890

2.          WB to Macmillan draft 31 Dec 1890

3.          WB to Harmer draft 25 April 1893

4.          Alfred Newton to WB 2 Feb 1894

5.          Donald Macalister to WB 7 Feb 1894

6.          B. C. A. Windle, Birmingham, to WB 8 Feb 1894

7.          O. W. Fuller Thomas, British Museum, to WB 10 Feb 1894

8.          W. F. R. Weldon to WB 13 Feb 1894

9.          G. H. Fowler to WB 13 Feb 1894

10.      F. Darwin to WB undated

11.      E. R. Lankester to WB 15 Feb 1894

12.      W. H. Flower to WB 15 Feb 1894

13.      WB to Professor T. H. Huxley 26 Feb 1894 thanking THH for a book

14.      W. L. Courtney, The Fortnightly Review to WB 4 March 1895 on reply to Wallace

15.      G. B. Howes to WB 8 March 1894

16.      Henry Fairfield Osborn, Columbia College, NY, to WB 29 March 1894

17.      G. Baur, University of Chicago, to WB 31 March 1894

18.      F. Cramer to WB 10 April 1896

19.      F. W. H. Myers to WB 23 April 1894

20.      WB to H. F. Osborn 26 April 1894

21.      F. W. H. Myers to WB 4 May 1894 postcard

22.      L. Dollo, Belgium, to WB 19 May 1894

23.      WB to L. Dollo 24 May 1894

24.      L. Dollo to WB 24 May 1894

25.      Henri Jadeau de Kerville to WB 20 May 1894

26.      B. Kidd to WB 4 June 1894

27.      T. H. Huxley to WB 20 July 1894 thanking WB for Materials

28.      Clifford Ashburn (?) to WB 23 Sept 1894

29.      F. W. H. Myers to WB 1 May 1894

30.      St. George Mivart to WB 22 April 1895

31.      H. Marshall Ward to WB 18 Oct  1888

32.      HMW to WB 30 Oct 1888

33.      P. Lessau (?), Russian Consulate, Liverpool, to WB 9 Nov 1888

34.      B. B. Mason to WB 9 Feb 1889

35.      L. D. Dunbar to WB 1 April 1889

36.      F. Galton to WB 14 Oct 1889

37.      Van Maeden to WB 9 Jan 1890

38.      J. H. Krellage (?) to WB 17 Feb 1890

39.      W. Cole to WB 25 Feb 1890

40.      A. M. Norman to WB 13 April 1890

41.      P. Barr to WB 31 May 1890

42.      Professor B. Windle, Birmingham, to WB 20 June 1890

43.      W. M. Richardson to WB 23 June 1890

44.      W. B. Brabam to WB 12 Aug 1890

45.      F. G. Beddard to WB 18 Aug 1890

46.      T. H. Briggs to WB 24 Aug 1890

47.      G. B. Howls to WB 9 Sept 1890

48.      R. Ridgeway to WB 9 Sept 1890

49.      S. L. Mosley to WB 15 Oct 1890

50.      Heron-Royer to WB 22 Oct 1890

51.      R. Ridgeway to WB 11 Nov 1890

52.      W. A. Herdman, Liverpool, to WB 11 Nov 1890

53.      P. Barr to WB 21 Nov 1890

54.      J. G. Baker to WB 26 Nov 1890

55.      Cleland to WB 30 Nov 1890

56.      G. B. Howes to WB 21 Jan 1891

57.      E. R. Lankester to WB 27 Jan 1891

58.      W. A. Herdsman to WB 20 March 1891

59.      A. Giard to WB 28 March 1891

60.      D. Sharp to WB 29 March 1891

61.      K. Mitsukini, Imperial University, Tokyo, to WB 11 April 1891

62.      L. Comerano to WB 5 May 1891 postcard

63.      E. von Martins to WB 14 June 1891

64.      H. Jayne to WB 20 June 1891

65.      S. A. Jensink to WB 1 August 1891

66.      E. B. Poulton to WB 16 Sept 1891

67.      W. A. Herdsman to WB 28 Sept 1891

68.      A. Kowalevsky, St. Petersburg, to WB 11 Oct 1891

69.      W. A. Herdsman to WB 15 Oct 1891

70.      A. M. Norman to WB 19 Dec 1891

71.      W. B. Banham to WB 19 March 1892

72.      G. Dinnock to WB 22 April 1892

73.      F. G. Sinclair to WB 28 Sept 1892 on dogs as pets

74.      J. Struthers to WB 3 Oct 1892

75.      Wilmot P. Herringham to WB 17 Oct 1892

76.      J. Struthers to WB 12 Nov 1892

77.      W. J. Williams to WB 8 Dec 1892

78.      A. von Hugel to WB 10 Dec 1892

79.      A. A. Kanthack to WB 13 Dec 1892 photograph attached

80.      J. Harrison to WB 19 Jan1893

81.      J. Harrison to WB 26 Jan 1891

82.      J. Harrison to WB 21 Jan 1893

83.      O. Thomas to WB 9 Feb 1893

84.      West, Newman and Co. to WB 25 March 1893 on lithography

85.      W. L. Sclater, Eton College, to WB 15 May 1893

86.      A. A. Kanthack to WB 5 June 1893

87.      WB to Brindley 15 June 1893

88.      G. Daintree to WB 9 July 1893

89.      E. J. Bles, Plymouth, to WB 8 Aug 1893

90.      Brenner? to David Sharp 16 Aug 1893 postcard in French

91.     Assorted WB proofs, diagrams, drawings, notes, etc, mostly undated (10p + 24p) with note 2 Mar 1892 to Macalister (2p) and items on ants (20p)

92.      Dr. G. H. Horn, Philadelphia to WB 8 Nov 1892

93.      G. B. Howles, Royal College of Science, South Kensington, to WB 6 Dec 1893

94.      M. P. Parker to WB 8 Dec 1892

95.      E. Warren to WB 15 June 1900

G4

  1. G4a Art. Correspondence with Binyon, Fry, Rosetti, etc. (47)

Binyon to WB

1.      24 Nov 1909 Chinese prints

2.      2 Dec 1910?

3.      9 March 1910

4.      7 Sept ?

5.      28 Aug ?

6.      9 Sept 1917

7.      22 Oct 1917

8.      11 May 1918

9.      4 Sept 1918

10.  20 Sept 1918 the YMCA

11.  31 March 1919

12.  19 Jan?

13.  30 Jan?

14.  24 Sept 1919

15.  30 April 1920 Enquiry on status of Samuel Butler

16.  7 Feb 1921 postcard

17.  27 Feb 1921

18.  2 March?

19.  22 May?

20.  12 May 1922 on WB’s British Museum appointment

21.  30 Sept 1922

22.  8 Nov?

23.  12 Feb 1923

24.  15 Nov 1923

25.  12 Oct ?

26.  undated

27.  24 Dec ?

28.  5 Jan ?

29.  4 Aug ?

30.  undated

31.  26 Jan 1926

LB to CBB

32.  14 May 1926 Consult with G. Keynes on getting published

33.  4 Dec 1928

34.  Article on Ruskin by LB. Times Literary Supplement 6 Feb 1919 ( London edition)

35.  2 poems by LB (torn from book): “To Women” and “To the Fallen”

36.  Roger Fry to WB 2 Dec 1912

37.  W. M. Rosetti to WB 23 Dec 1903

38.  WB to W. M. Rosetti (draft) 1903?

39.  Antonio Bonit (Gerona) to WB 9 Nov 1911

40.  Dr. M. Casurro (Instituto General y Tecnico de Gerona) 6 Nov 1911

41.  as 40 dated 20 Nov 1911

42.  WB to Casurro undated draft

43.  Arturo Cabrero (El conservador del museo Arquesiogico de Ibiya) to WB 15 March 1912

44.  LB to WB 19 Sept 1920

45.  LB to WB 21 Oct 1921

46.  Russell Alexander 31 May 1924

47.  Russell Alexander 27 Sept 1924

 

  1. G4b Sales notices for Materials and Mendel’s Principles of Heredity. A Defence 1896-1903 (12)

1.      Printed notice from Macmillan 26 Sept 1902 enclosed in statement

Statements of account from Macmillan:

2.      1 July 1896 – 30 June 1897

3.      1 July 1897 – 30 June 1898

4.      1 July 1898 – 30 June 1899

5.      1 July 1899 – 30 June 1900

6.      1 July 1900 – 30 June 1901

7.      1 july 1901 – 30 June 1902

Statements of account from Cambridge University Press:

8.      May 1902 – 20 June 1902

9.      1 July 1903 – 30 June 1904

Statements of account from Macmillan:

10.  Jan 1894 – 30 June 1894

11.  1 June 1894 – 30 May 1895

12.  1 June 1895 – 30 May 1896

 

  1. G4c WB’s notes on local variation for intended Volume II of Materials (35)

1.      Originals of WB’s short reference slips

2.      Photocopies of indexed transcripts of the above (alphabetical order)

Short Reference Notes

3.      Blandford – Venillia maculate

4.      Beddard – Pachydrilis? And Nichoulsen in Jahresbericht ver Hambourg

5.      Cook – left handed Limnaeas of Australia. Totality.

6.      South – in letter to W. F. Blandford – Epunda lichenea. Corresponding variations

7.      Blandford has seen in Leech’s collection a variety of (unnamed) species

8.      Llewelyn – at Neath – Teplisiosia crepuscularia

9.      Norman- Arctic fauna – Rissae

10.  Blandford (Leech’s specimens) Papilio macheon and Argyrius adippe. Melanism

11.  Gigantic artic Pyciroyoa

12.  Sculpturing of Madeiran helices. Teeth in N. American land shells

13.  Wollaston – Agabus bipustulatus [notes by WFH Blandford]

14.  South – in letter to WFH Blandford – Hybernia marginata

15.  Gadow, H (verbal statement) Troglodytes kildensis

16.  Barn – Ajax and Corbularia flowers on various soils

17.  South – in letter to WFH – B. Lycoena orion and euphemus in Swiss Alps

18.  Island coleopteran [Notes by WFHB]

19.  Dixon, Charles. St. Kilda wren. Picture in “ibis”

20.  Part of letter from WFHB undated on coleopteran

21.  Gwatkin, H. M. to WB 24 Jan on Limnoides

22.  Tutt- Lithosia lutarella – alpine and lowland

23.  P (Papilio?) macilentus and P. maacki. Winter and summer broods

24.  Caribou, elk- sizes and habits

25.  Bignell – Boanmia repondata – melanic variation

26.  Gadow, H. Larius in Congo and Cameroons

27.  Coloptes mexicani, etc. see Newton’s diet

28.  Sitta (nuthatch) colours of various species

29.  Dendro Sitta in central India

30.  Gadow, H. varieties of Parus

31.  Parus in Continental Europe

32.  Parus varieties

33.  Maskins – trout migration in S. Australia

34.  Norman Tellina balaustrina

35.  Salmon and Sparrow – behaviour different in different areas

Full Page Notes

36.  Wollaston [36-70. These numbers are indicated, but no entries entered in the AGC list] [AGC’s secretary Carol Newhouse writes: “FULL PAGE NOTES. Numbers 36-49 contain references and their numbers have been noted on the relevant index cards.”]

37.  J. Jenner Weir

38.  J. Jenner Weir

39.  Wollaston

40.  Wollaston

41.  H. Pryer

42.  Geographical races

43.  Local variations

44.  H. Gadow, local variations

45.  H. Gadow, local variations

46.  F. Day, local races

47.  Jordan

48.  J. Hill, Derby. Melanism

49.  A. Graham-Young butterflies (2)

50.  W. F. H. Blandford

51.  Troglodytes (2)

52.  Influence of isolation on colour

53.  Local variations

54.  Pieris Madiera

55.  North American insects

56.  Beetles

57.  Standfuss’ Rule

58.  Napi

59.  Lecture XII Lent 1903

60.  Standfuss’ Rule

61.  Is inheritance complete?

62.  How to investigate variation. Six points.

63.  Local

64.  Grant Allen’s “Nat. Libr” (2)

65.  Sitta coesia

66.  Larius

67.  English black cap

68.  List of some animal types

69.  Differences in size

70.  Variations – result of mimicry

 

  1. G4d WB’s notes on hybrids (post-1900) (12) [AGC notes: “These are in similar folder to the others (G.4.c etc), but are clearly not related to the ‘Materials’ vol I and II. They date to 1902. Folder is labeled, very indistinctly ‘Coll’]

1.      E. R. Saunders to WB 4 March [1902?] Newnham (2)

2.      ERS to WB 6 March (2)

3.      ERS to WB undated. Notes, not a letter (2)

4.      ERS to WB 29 March Ventnor (2)

5.      ERS to WB 17 Feb  Notes (1)

6.      Haage & Schmidt to WB 1 April 1902. Erfurt, on stock seeds

7.      Notes on plant hybrids (5p). Sources from 1866-69 (5)

8.      Peas, sweet peas, curcurbits, pelargoniums (5p) Sources from 1864-82, including Naudin

9.      WB manuscript on mosaics and false hybrids (4p)

10.  Notes post-Mendelian, peas (10p)

11.  Mathematical notes on Mendelian formulae (7p). Not by WB

12.  17 pieces of miscellaneous notes

[AGC adds: “All the folders in G4 are 23.5 cm x 30.5 cm black cloth on heavy boards, with an elasticated closure band”]

 

e.      G4e WB’s notes “various” for Vol  II of  Materials (10) [AGC notes: “These go back to 1885 at least. Many relate to miscellaneous monsters; others apparently to his work on sense organs in fishes (WB 1890 J. Marine Biology Association)]

1.      Anonymous to WB 11 Nov 1889. Whitstable. Apparently incomplete

2.      Notes on principles of variation (5p; notes with date 1 Nov 1885? on first page)

3.      Lecture and/or manuscript notes (14)

4.      Similar notes (4p) small brief pieces

5.      Press cuttings from L. S. J (Livestock Journal?) 1889 5 pieces

6.      34 small reference slips, in a folded sheet marked “reserve”. Most or all relate to repetition of parts.

7.      14 small reference slips. Folder marked “reserve” (10)

8.      Miscellaneous references (4p)

9.      46 pieces. Small notes and queries, including Wallace’s Darwinism (1889) and “the Weismann position”

10.  34 pieces. Small reference notes

 

  1. G4f WB’s notes “miscellaneous” for Vol II of Materials (16). Contains material on Anna and William’s studies on floral symmetry

1.      P. Barr & Son of Covent Garden to WB 23 Nov 1890

2.      P. Barr & Son 18 April 1891

3.      B. A. Windle to WB 28 Nov 1890 Birmingham

4.      David Sharp to WB 27 Dec 1891 postcard

5.      Maynard M. Metcalf to WB 22 Dec 1898 Baltimore, with sketch of abnormal venation in frog

6.      S. F. Harmer to WB 4 Oct 1889, stapled to 7

7.      WB’s observations of: copulation in Sepiala 31 March 1889 (1p); copulation of spiders 15 Sept 1892 (4p)

8.      Transient spotting in conger eels 1889 (2p)

9.      Notes on variations in number of petals, etc in buttercups, etc. 23 Oct 1890. Includes W. B. Boyd to ‘Evans’ 9 Oct 1890; Anonymous to WB 27 July 1892 postcard

10.  Variation in petal number in Narcissus (4p) 21 May 1890

11.  Abnormal wall flowers (4p) 22 May 1890

12.  Miscellaneous notes. 15 pieces

13.  Press cuttings on birds 1889-90, 6 pieces

14.  Reference notes on fish, 21 pieces

15.  Reference notes marked ‘nothing much’, 17 pieces

16.  Reference notes; 83 pieces

 

  1. G4g WB’s notes environmental “conditions” for Vol II of Materials (25). Mainly1888-90

1.      Walter Garstang to WB 5 Oct 1889 Plymouth

2.      A. H. Cooke to WB 12 April 1890 [King’s College, Cambridge]

3.      H. M. W. to WB 26 Nov 1890 postcard from Egham

4.      W. F. R. Weldon to WB 7 March 1888 from London

5.      Weldon to WB 26 June 1888 from London

6.      Weldon to WB undated; last 2 pages only, with 3 pages of reference notes added

7.      Notes by Weldon (2p); quotations from Girend

8.      T. Wood on weevil-infested beans 1886 (4p)

9.      Buchman 1857 on Poa and Festica (5p of notes)

10.  Single and double flowers (3p)

11.  Hoffman 1875 on plant variation (3p of notes)

12.  Kerner on soil conditions (5p)

13.  Miscellaneous (2p)

14.  Day on trout (6p)

15.  Insect variation with food plant (1p and 4 small pieces)

16.  Double flowers and growth conditions (1p and 4 small pieces)

17.  Wollaston “On the Variation of Species” (6p notes)

18.  Bishop’s Causal Botany (3p notes)

19.  Curtis on variation in plant form (1p notes)

20.  Variation in snails (1p)

21.  Weldon: sketches of crab abdomens from Giard (1p)

22.  Burbidge notes (12 pieces)

23.  Miscellaneous notes (15 pieces) including Weldon postcard on shrimps 15 Jan 1889

24.  Small reference notes (236 pieces)

25.  Press cuttings (14 pieces)

 

  1. G4h WB’s notes “sexual characters” for Vol II of Materials (6) Covers hermaphroditism, gynandromorphs, apogamy, fertility, sex-ratio, castration, etc.

1.      W. F. Blandford (unsigned) to WB 18 Nov 1889 on melanism

2.      F. Merrifield to WB 10 Oct 1899

3.      A. H. Evans to WB 15 May 1898 postcard

4.      W. Heape to WB 13 June 1890 postcard

5.      4 press cuttings 1889

6.      198 small reference notes

 

  1. G4i WB’s notes “fertility” for Vol II of Materials (7) “Fertility and Variations Directly Affecting it” covers: period of maturation, number of offspring, period of germination, polygamy and monogamy, longevity, size, etc.
  1. W. F. R. Weldon to WB 21 Jan 1890
  2. David Sharp to WB 9 Aug 1892 postcard
  3. G. Henslow to WB 20 Jan 1899 (notes; not a formal letter)
  4. G. Henslow to WB 27 Oct 1899 postcard
  5. F. D. Godman to WB 26 June
  6. Miscellaneous press cuttings (39)
  7. Reference notes. 226 as 3 full sheets, the rest small
  1. G4j WB’s notes “hybrids and inheritance” for Vol II of Materials (13)

1.      Miscellaneous notes (5p) Cambridge Show Nov 1893

2.      P. Barr & Son of Covent Garden to WB 18 Jan 1890

3.      P. Barr to WB 21 Jan 1890 on Dean Herbert’s Treatise on hybrids

4.      P. Barr to WB 24 Jan 1890

5.      William Calderwell to WB 15 May 1890

6.      Envelope postmarked 29 June 1897 and marked “peacock male, hen hybrid 1897” and containing: Letters from [Mrs] F. G. Dunn to WB 15 and 29 June 1897 from Heathfield , Sussex . Two small photographs of the hybrid. 1 sheet of WB notes. Brighton art dealer’s card with Mrs. Dunn’s address on the back.

7.      A. G. Tansley to WB 16 Nov Cambridge

8.      156 small reference notes. One of these reads: “Some believe that two green canaries will produce clear yellow offspring/?true?/perhaps both are crosses which when bred together revert to common Canary parent./WB”

9.      7 press cuttings 1889-90

All below are folded inside a sheet reading “Inheritance of Characters [Prepotency].

10.  John Meckie to WB 20 Dec 1888 Estate Office, Chillingham

11.  17 press cuttings – 2 of 1880, rest 1889

12.  Miscellaneous notes (7p)

13.  Small notes (112 pieces)

 

  1. G4k WB’s notes “symmetry” and “repetition of parts” for Vol II of Materials (9)

1.      P. H. Carpenter to WB 6 June 1890 (c.f. p 421 of Materials)

2.      “F. E. B” to WB 3 Nov 1890 postcard

3.      Nelson M. Richardson to WB 19 Nov 1890

4.      W. F. R. Weldon to WB 23 Dec 1890 Plymouth

5.      D. Sharp to WB 18 Oct 1891

6.      C. S. Sherrington 9 June

7.      5 press cuttings 1889-93

8.      Bundles of notes and references: 46 large sheets and 194 smaller pieces folded or stapled together. Labelled: Echinoderms; local variation and symmetry; sex; repr.; suggestions and expts on causes; scraps; reps. & syms. fixed in types; daffodils; regeneration, plus several unlabelled. Also: F. A. Bather to WB 4 Nov 1890 postcard and Rawden Lee to WB 16 Aug 1890

9.      253 small reference notes, including to Wallace’s Darwinism 1889

 

  1. G4l WB’s notes on variations consequent on grafting, inoculation, etc. for Vol II of Materials (6)

1.      Francis Darwin to WB 21 Oct 1888 (memorandum with references)

2.      J. G. Weir? To WB 10 Oct 1889

3.      J. G. Weir? To WB 15 Nov 1889

4.      7 sheets of pressed flowers. N. poeticus

5.      Miscellaneous notes (13p) including on F. Galton’s 1871 transfusion experiments

6.      Small reference notes (21 pieces)

G5

  1. G5a WB’s lecture notes 1897-1909 (60) with “3 sheets of introductory materials AGC”

1.      Lecture II 1897 (Meristics) 5 sheets + one verso = 6

2.      Lecture VI 1899 (Meristics) 9 sheets [“certainly mixed” AGC]

3.      Printed syllabus of WB lectures on the Practical Study of Evolution. Oct and Lent Terms 1899-1900 3 sheets

4.      Lecture VII 1900 Meristic and Substantive. Homeosis. 6 sheets

5.      Lecture 1901 Lent term (Heredity “2nd lecture”) 1 sheet

6.      Lecture I 1902 Lent term 2 sheets

7.      Lecture II 1902 Lent term 8 sheets

8.      Lecture III 1902 Lent term 2 sheets

9.      Lecture III 1902 October term (“Heredity III Oct 1902”) 4 sheets

10.  Lecture IV 1902 October term (“Heredity IV 1902”) 3 sheets

11.  Lecture V 1902 October term (“Heredity V Nov 1902”) 1 sheet

12.  Lecture VI 1902 October term (“Heredity VI Nov 1902”) 2 sheets

13.  Lecture VII 1902 October term (“Heredity VII Nov 1902”) 3 sheets + one verso = 4

14.  Lecture IX 1902 October term (Heredity) Guyer, Wilson, Hurst 1 sheet

15.  Finale 1902 4 sheets + 1 verso = 5

16.  Loose, unheaded, undated notes with 1903 papers mentioned. Sterility, Romanes and physiological selection 11 sheets

17.  Lecture IV 1903 Lent Term pigmentation, melanism, alkaptonuria 3 sheets

18.  Lecture V 4 Mar 1903 Lent Term 3 sheets + 1 verso = 4

19.  Lecture VI 1903 Lent Term Flower colours, lipochrome, anthocyanins 2 sheets

20.  Lecture VII 1903 Lent Term Castle, Cuénot, Andalusian blue 2 sheets

21.  Lecture VIII 1903 Lent Term Dominance 2 sheets

22.  Lecture IX 1903 Lent Term Compound characters,1st cousins and alkaptonuria, albinism, blending and splitting, Guyer, “sterility – failure to disentangle at reduction division” 3 sheets

23.  Lecture X 1903 Lent Term Gametes, Sex and Self-sterility 3 sheets + 1 verso = 4

24.  Lecture XI 1903 Lent Term Differential fertility and species. Sterility on crossing. Advantages of crossing. “sports in fertility as in everything” 3 sheets

25.  Lecture I 1904 Lent Term variation, meristic and substantive 6 sheets + 2 verso = 8

26.  Lecture II 1904 Lent Term 3 sheets + 1 verso = 4

27.  Lecture III 1904 Lent Term (meristics) 2 sheets

28.  Lecture IV 1904 October Term discontinuity of mutation, “sporadic polymorphism” 3 sheets + 1 verso = 4

29.  Lecture V 1904 Lent Term Radial symmetry, “absence of Fibonacci in animals” 1 sheet + 1 verso = 2

30.  Lecture VI 1904 October Term Galton, Bassett Hounds, Regression 1 sheet

31.  Lecture I 1905 January Variation in development, de Vries, Shull, 4 sheets + 3 verso = 7

32.  Lecture ? 1905 14 Feb 1905 Adaptation, Lamarck, Schmankewitsch 3 sheets + 1 verso = 4

33.  Lecture IV 1905 February “Right and Left. Twinning. Homeosis” Earlier lectures later moved here (? by WB): Lecture III Jan 1905 “germinal selection”; Lecture II Jan 1905. 5 sheets + 1 verso = 6

34.  First lecture and ? part of another at University College London 1905 Zygotic and gametic coupling. “breaking of coupling” “recombination as origin of novelties” presence-and-absence hypothesis.12 sheets + 1 verso and 1 note = 14

35.  Lecture II 1906 January (meristics) Fibonacci 2 sheets + 1 verso = 3

36.  Lecture ? 1907 14th Feb (meristics) 2 sheets

37.  Loose unheaded undated notes. Xenia and Conditions. McDougal, Tower, Beebe, Heape’s rabbits, telogony. 3 sheets

38.  Loose unheaded undated notes 3 sheets found with notes on meristics

39.  Lecture III October 1906 “species not a ridiculous puzzle, but a challenge to serious enquiry” 3 sheets

40.  Lecture IV October 1906 “species a medley of most heterogenous facts … barrier of physiology to unravel” 3 sheets

41.  Lecture V October 1906 continuous and discontinuous variation 3 sheets

42.  Lecture VI October 1906 “what selection can and cannot do” pangenesis, gemmules Galton 3 sheets

43.  Lecture VII October 1906 “novelties by recombination” 1 sheet

44.  Lecture X October 1906 dominance latency cryptomere 1 sheet

45.  Lecture XI November 1906 reversion 1 sheet

46.  Lecture XII November 1906 “What is albinism?” consanguineous marriage 1 sheet

47.  Lecture XIII November 1906 sex-limited diseases 2 sheets

48.  Lecture (last of October term) December 1906 Castle’s views on sex, mules, Wilson, Rosenberg 3 sheets

49.  Lecture IV January 1907 Drosophila, differential fertility 1 sheet

50.  Lecture III January 1907 Drosophila, crossing low and high fertility strains 3 sheets

51.  Lecture II 1908 “Idea of species … at the frontier of growth of knowledge” collectors contrasted with philosophers 4 sheets

52.  Lecture II (regeneration) 1908 Sachs, Loeb, H. V. Wilson, sponges 6 sheets

53.  Lecture III (regeneration) 1908 5 sheets + 1 verso = 6

54.  Lecture (regeneration) 1908 partial hepatectomy 7 sheets + 1 verso = 8

55.  Lecture II 1909 (and includes Lecture IX 1903 on Hurst ’s orchids and parthenogenesis) Problem of Species, “adaptation – appeal to ignorance” 9 sheets + 3 verso = 12

56.  Syllabus of WB’s lectures on practical studies of evolution 1899-1900

57.  Syllabus of “Advanced Lectures in Botany” University of London 1905 (2)

58.  Syllabus of public lecture for Cardiff Naturalist’s Society 11 Jan 1906 (1)

59.  Envelope of assorted references and notes for lectures labeled “plants (history of) etc.” and “size” mostly undated. One labeled “Lecture II Lent Term 1900” One labeled Lecture I 1900 which seems to have been repeated as Lecture IV in 1902. Several versos = 40 sheets +

60.  “Lecture Notes on Origins” Envelope of assorted references and notes, some on John Innes Institute notepaper. Mostly undated. One labeled ‘Feb 1902.’ “History of Cactus Dahlia” Several versos = 43 sheets +

 

  1. G5b W. F. R. Weldon: WB’s notes on his lectures 1904-5; obituaries and correspondence between WB and Shipley and Fowler (16)

1.      WB’s admission card to Weldon’s lecture course on “Current Theories of the Hereditary Process”at UC London

2.      WB’s notes on lecture given 22 Nov 1904 (1p)

3.      WB’s notes on lecture given 6 Dec 1904 (2p)

4.      Report on Weldon’s lecture of 24 Jan 1905 by E. R. Saunders postcard to WB

5.      WB’s notes on lecture given 31 Jan 1905 (12p)

6.      WB’s notes on lecture given 6 Feb 1905 (8p)

7.      WB’s notes on lecture given 14 Feb 1905 (13p)

8.      Obituary of Weldon (The Times 16 April 1906)

9.      Supplementary obituary by ‘a correspondent’ (The Times 18 April 1906)

10.  Obituary The Cambridge Review 26 April 1906

11.  Obituary Nature 26 April 1906

12.  Account of the Weldon funeral, undated clipping

13.  A. Shipley to WB 21 April 1906 Weldon

14.  WB’s draft reply to Shipley 22 April 1906 (2p) No

15.  G. Herbert Fowler to WB 22 June 1906 (3p) On memorial to Weldon

16.  WB’s draft reply to GHF 24 June 1906 (2p) No

 

  1. G5c Correspondence with C. C. Hurst, F. G. Kenyon, A. G. Mayer (Brooklyn Institute) and Arthur Sutton (25)

1.      C. C. Hurst to WB 1 Jan 1906 (2p) on horses

2.      CCH to WB 2 Jan 1906 (4p) reply to criticisms of horse paper

3.      CCH to WB 5 Jan 1906 (2p)

4.      CCH to WB 8 Jan 1906 (2p)

5.      CCH to WB 9 Jan 1906 (1p)

6.      CCH to WB 11 Jan 1906 (1p)

7.      CCH to WB 19 Jan 1906 (2p) thank you for your RS effort

8.      F. G. Kenyon to WB 21 April 1916 (1p) on letter to The Times

9.      Transcript by CBB of above (1p)

10.  WB to FGK (draft not sent) 23 April 1916 (2p)

11.  Transcript by CBB of 10 (2p)

12.  WB to FGK (draft sent) 23 April 1916 (2p)

13.  Transcript by CBB of 12 (1p)

14.  FGK to WB 30 April 1916 (2p)

15.  FGK to CBB 21 Dec 1926 (2p)

16.  FGK to CBB  23 Dec 1926 (2p)

17.  A. G. Mayer to WB 1 July 1902 (2p) will meet in NY

18.  AGM to WB 20 Oct 1902 (2p) job offer

19.  WB to AGM (undated draft in reply to 18) (2p) No

20.  AGM to WB (undated in reply to 19) (2p)

21.  AGM to WB 14 Oct 1904 congratulations on your BA address

22.  A. Sutton to WB 20 Feb 1904 (2p)

23.  AS to WB 8 Feb 1908 (2p)

24.  WB to AS (undated in reply to 23) (3p)

25.  Manuscript copy of 24 by CBB (2p)

 

  1. G5d Mendel’s Principles of Heredity 1909: reviews and letters (98)

1.      Indian Medical Gazette April 1910

2.      Standard 27 April 1909

3.      Manchester Guardian 29 April 1909

4.      Sheffield Telegram 29 April 1909

5.      The Scotsman 29 April 1909

6.      The Book Monthly May 1909

7.      The Birmingham Post 7 May 1909

8.      The Livestock Journal 7 May 1909

9.      Liverpool Daily Post 7 May 1909

10.  Liverpool Post 7 May 1909

11.  The County Gentleman 8 May 1909

12.  Sportsman 12 May 1909

13.  British Medical Journal 15 May 1909

14.  Birmingham Mail 19 May 1909

15.  Glasgow Herald 21 May 1909

16.  Morning Post 21 May 1909

17.  The Lancet 22 May 1909 leading article

18.  The Lancet 22 May 1909 review

19.  The Globe 26 May 1909

20.  Manchester Courier 28 May 1909

21.  Daily Mail 29 May 1909 leading article

22.  Daily Mail 29 May 1909 review

23.  Contemporary Review June 1909

24.  The Literary World June 1909

25.  The Daily Telegraph 6 June 1909

26.  Nature 3 June 1909 Inaugural lecture

27.  Westminster Gazette 8 June 1909 Seward

28.  County Gentleman 12 June 1909

29.  County Gentleman 12 June 1909

30.  The Observer 13 June 1909

31.  Yorkshire Post 16 June 1909

32.  Oxford Magazine 17 June 1909 (Boyle Lecture commentary)

33.  Public Opinion 18 June 1909

34.  The Tablet 19 June 1909

35.  The Field 19 June 1909

36.  The Daily Graphic 22 June 1909 on the Darwin Centenary Volume edited by Seward 36B unsourced review “Darwin and Modern Thought”

37.  The Times Literary Supplement 24 June 1909

38.  The Melbourne Age 26 June 1909

39.  The Morning Post 30 June 1909 General essay

40.  Socialist Review July 1909

41.  The Month July 1909

42.  The New Age 1 July 1909 by M. D. Eder (also on R. C. Punnett)

43.  Westminster Gazette 2 July 1909

44.  Liverpool Courier 9 July 1909

45.  Liverpool Post 21 July 1909

46.  Land Agents’ Record 24 July 1909

47.  The Pall Mall Gazette 30 July 1909

48.  Literarisches Zentralblatt Aug 1909

49.  The Atheneum 4 Sept 1909

50.  The Nation 16 Sept 1909

51.  The Pall Mall Gazette 6 Oct 1909

52.  Knowledge 19 Jan 1910

53.  The Saturday Review 22 Jan 1910

54.  Wilshire’s, New York City Feb 1910

55.  Dundee Advertiser 7 Feb 1910

56.  Guardian 15 April 1910

57.  The Sunday Times 11 Sept 1910

58.  Roux’s Archiv 1910 by C. Herbst

Correspondence

59.  Charles-Edward Amory Winslow, Brookline, Mass, to WB (undated)

60.  E. B. Wilson to WB 12 Oct 1905 on role of chromosomes in sex-determination

61.  Hans Przibram to WB 9 April 1909

62.  J. J. Lister to WB 4 May 1909 Thanks for book

63.  Miss H. B. Killby to WB 4 May 1909 Thanks for book

64.  Nora Darwin to WB 5 May 1909 Cannot meet L. Binyon. Thanks for book

65.  H. Drinkwater to WB 6 May1909

66.  Hugo de Vries to WB 7 May 1909 will visit with wife and daughter

67.  R. H. Biffen to WB 10 May 1909

68.  F. Keeble to WB 10 May 1909

69.  L. Doncaster to WB 10 May 1909

70.  C. Correns to WB 10 May 1909

71.  Lt. Col. J. J. Walshe to WB 10 May 1909 on inheritance of haemophilia

72.  Hans Driesch to WB 12 May 1909

73.  W. E. Darwin to WB 13 May 1909

74.  W. H. R. Rivers to WB 15 May 1909

75.  Leonard Darwin to WB 18 May 1909

76.  F. R. Lillie to WB 18 May 1909 “I confess I do not agree”

77.  H. Drinkwater to WB 24 May 1909

78.  R. Henderson to WB 26 May 1909

79.  W. E. Castle to WB 30 May 1909 “Your analysis goes quite beyond me”

80.  T. H. Morgan? to WB 31 May 1909

81.  V. E. Klebs to WB 3 June 1909 postcard

82.  R. G. Harrison to WB 25 July 1909

83.  N. M. Stevens to WB 24 Oct 1909 postcard

84.  T. H. Morgan to WB 13 Nov 1913 my book on heredity and sex is just published

85.  Nora Barlow to WB 13 Nov 1913

86.  Harper & Bros. to WB 30 April 1909

87.  Educational Department, Harmsworth Books, to WB 28 July 1909 and draft reply

88.  Educational Department, Harmsworth Books, to WB 3 Aug 1909

89.  WB to Harmsworth Books, draft, 14 Aug 1909

90.  Harmsworth Books to WB 17 Aug 1909 postcard

91.  Harmsworth Books to WB 23 Aug 1909

More Reviews

92.  The Observer 12 June 1909

93.  The Atheneum 18 Dec 1909

94.  The Times Literary Supplement? Undated

95.  “Mendel and Darwin” undated review

96.  “The Mendelian Revolution” undated review

97. 

98.  Medical Journal Charlotte, NC July 1913

 

  1. G5e Scientific papers, addresses and notes (18)

1.      Offprint of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B.180 (1889) 297-330. “On some variations of Cardium edule” by WB

2.      Manuscript “Albinism in Sicily: a further correction. Biometrika 3, 4, 1904

3.      Manuscript “The Heredity of Sex” by WB and RCP Science vol 27 1908

4.      Manuscript “A Case of Gametic Coupling in Pisum” by Philippe de Vilmorin and WB received by the RS 2 March 1911

5.      Manuscript “On the Interrelations of Genetic Factors” by WB and RCP received by the RS 2 March 1911

6.      Manuscript “On Gametic Coupling and Repulsion in Primula sinensis” by R. P. Gregory communicated by WB; received by RS 2 March 1911

7.      Manuscript “Evolutionary Faith and Modern Doubts”. Text of address to AAAS, Toronto 1922. Science Jan 1922 (see G6r3)

8.      Typed letter to Science re: Toronto Address, March 1922 for Science vol 55 (2p)

9.      5 pages of notes, measurements of specimens, etc

10.  11 pages of notes on horse coat colour, some by WB (5p), and rest by C. C. Hurst following the Dec 1905 RS Meeting: (i) “abstract of criticisms” made by Pearson and Weldon (dated 7 Dec 1905 to 12 Jan 1906), (ii) errors in Weldon’s work (13 Jan 1906)

11.  WB notes on “A Pitch Theory of Reproductive Cells” (a) 23 paragraphs (6p) on species, variations, hybrids, etc. (b) 23 paragraphs (5p) on music and rhythm, etc. (c) DRF’s typed summary of this April 2005 (2p)  [The two sets (a) and (b) were initially interleaved presumably to indicate paragraph comparison on a one-by-one basis]

12.  Note (CBB) of sales figures for her 1928 Memoir (Essays and Addresses and Papers)

13.  Bound notebook entitled “ USA and Canada 1921-2” (95p)

14.  15 loose notes on America (presumed 1922) summarizing much of 13

15.  Bound red notebooks containing notes on trips to Spain 20 Mar to 17 April 1894 and 15 Mar to 5 April 1895

16.  Offprint from Science 27, no 698 15 May 1908 “The Heredity of Sex”

17.  Offpring from The Entomologist’s Record 18, no 7 “Collective Inquiry as to Progressive Melanism in Lepidoptera” L. Doncaster 1906

18.  13 small sheets of notes and references with quotation from C. M. Child

 

  1. G5f WB’s article “Evolution and Education” 1915: manuscript, proofs, etc. (6)

1.      Manuscript (14p)

2.      Isaac Pitman & Sons to WB 28 Sept 1915 (2p)

3.      IP & Sons to WB 31 Dec 1915 (1)

4.      Proof of “Evolution and Education” for Encyclopaedia of Education

5.      Proof of “Classical and Modern Education” by WB for Nature 1921

6.      Final “Evolution and Education” p. 27 of Ideals, Aims and Methods in Education Pitmans (4)

 

  1. G5g Spiritualism: The “Ear of Dionysius” controversy 1917: letters, papers and cuttings. Correspondence with Mrs. E. M. Sidgwick 1890 (21)

1.      Miss F. M. Stawell? to WB 22 April 1917 with WB note to himself 17 June 1917 (2)

2.      H. J. to WB 3 May 1917 postcard (2)

3.      Oliver Rodge to WB 4 May 1917 (1)

4.      F. M. Stawell to WB 4 May 1917 postcard (2)

5.      Mc. H. to WB 4 May 1917 postcard (2)

6.      Proc. Soc. Psychical Research March 1917 “The Ear of Dionysius: Further Scripts affording Evidence of Personal Survival” by G. W. Balfour

Press Cuttings

7.      E. Brabrook. Letter to Editor The Times Literary Supplement 5 April 1917

8.      F. C. Constable to The Times Literary Supplement 19 April 1917

9.      E. Brabrook to The Times Literary Supplement 26 April 1917

10.  Letters from WB and “a student of psychology” The Times Literary Supplement 3 May 1917

11.  G. W. Balfour The Times Literary Supplement 10 May 1917

12.  WB to The Times Literary Supplement 17 May 1917 cutting mounted on paper with added note June 1923 by WB that “Mrs. King” might be Mrs. Alfred Lyttelton

13.  Letters from Ernest E. Thomas and E. Brabrook The Times Literary Supplement 24 May 1917

14.  “A student of psychology” The Times Literary Supplement 31 May 1917

15.  Part of Proc. Soc. Psychical Research vol 74 Dec 1917. Two papers: “The Ear of Dionysius: A Discussion of the Evidence” by Miss F. Melian Stawell, and “The Ear of Dionysius” a reply by G. W. Balfour

16.  Mrs. E. N. Sidgwick to WB 14 March 1890

17.  WB to ENS 17 March 1890

18.  ENS to WB 26 March 1890

19.  WB to ENS 27 March 1890

20.  ENS to WB 31 March 1890

21.  Transcripts by CBB of 16-20

 

  1. G5h Reviews: The Darwin Centenary book 1909; Lecture on “Heredity and Sex” 1910; etc. (17)

Darwin Centenary Book

1.      Daily Mail 29 May 1909

2.      Cambridge Chronicle 12 June 1909

3.      The Atheneum 12 June 1909

4.      The Times 22 June 1909

5.      The Morning Post 24 June 1909

6.      The Standard 25 June 1909

7.      The Lancet 26 June 1909

8.      The Graphic 26 June 1909

Huxley Memorial Lecture

9.      The Lancet 11 Dec 1909

Heredity and Sex Royal Institution Lecture

10.  Daily Mail 5 Feb 1910

11.  Yorkshire Post 5 Feb 1910

12.  The Times 5 Feb 1910

13.  Morning Post 5 Feb 1910

14.  Sporting Times 12 Feb 1910

15.  Hannovericher Anzeiger 6 Feb 1910

16.  “Heredity and Disease” British Medical Journal on the 1908 RSM Debate

17.  Review of CUP reprinting of “The Methods and Scope of Genetics” WB’s inaugural lecture for Chair of Biology 1908

 

  1. G5i Correspondence with publishers on proposed Collected Essays and Memoirs (19)

1.      WB to Lucas of Macmillan and Co. draft 9 Nov 1920

2.      Macmillan to WB 5 April 1921

3.      Chapman & Hall Ltd. to WB 9 July 1924

4.      WB to C & H 16 July 1924

5.      Typed copy of 4.

6.      W. L. George (C & H) to WB 19 July 1924

7.      WB to C & H 23 July 1924 (typed transcript of letter)

8.      C & H to WB 24 July 1924

9.      C & H to WB 9 Oct 1924

10.  WB to C & H 15 Oct 1924 (typed transcript of letter)

11.  2 sheets of calculations re number of words in collected essays.

12.  WB to C & H with list of papers enclosed

13.  C & H to WB 24 Oct 1924

14.  C & H (technical director) to WB 29 Oct 1924

15.  WB to C & H 31 Oct 1924 (typed transcript of letter)

16.  C & H (technical director) to WB 3 Nov 1924

17.  WB to E. S. Grew 17 Nov 1924 (typed transcript of letter)

18.  E. S. Grew to WB 18 Nov 1924

19.  Draft by CBB 1926 of part of her Preface to her Memoir of WB

 

  1. G5j Obituaries of WB and letters to CBB from obituary writers (44)

1.      Evening Standard 8 Feb 1926

2.      Evening News 8 Feb 1926

3.      Evening Standard 9 Feb 1926

4.      Glasgow Herald 9 Feb 1926

5.      Scotsman 9 Feb 1926

6.      The Times 9 Feb 1926

7.      Daily Graphic 9 Feb 1926

8.      Daily Telegraph 9 Feb 1926

9.      Yorkshire Post 9 Feb 1926

10.  Leeds Mercury 9 Feb 1926

11.  Morning Post 9 Feb 1926

12.  Morning Post 10 Feb 1926

13.  Wimbledon Borough News 12 Feb 1926

14.  Manchester Guardian 12 Feb 1926 with comments on Art

15.  Gardeners’ Chronicle 13 Feb 1926

16.  Cambridge Daily News 13 Feb 1926 with report on memorial service

17.  The Lancet 13 Feb 1926

18.  Cambridge Daily News 13 Feb 1926 obituary

19.  Surrey Comet 13 Feb 1926

20.  Cambridge Chronicle and University Journal 17 Feb 1926

21.  The Field 18 Feb 1926

22.  Cambridge Press and News 19 Feb 1926

23.  Cambridge Review 19 Feb 1926 with comments on Art

24.  Gardeners’ Chronicle 20 Feb 1926

25.  The Nation and Atheneum 20 Feb 1926 by J. B. S. Haldane

26.  Nature 27 Feb 1926

27.  Entomologists’ Record and Journal of Variation 15 March 1926 by “E. A. C.”

28.  Entomologist April 1926 by W. J. Lucus

29.  The Eagle St. John’s College April 1926 (with 2 reprints)

30.  Natal Witness 7 April 1926

31.  Presidential address to the RS of New South Wales by Professor R. D. Watt 5 May 1926. 31A Letters and leaflets from British Social Hygiene Council (3 Dec 1925 and 9 Aug 1926)

32.  T. H. Morgan Science 28 May 1926

33.  Proceedings of the RS 1927 obituary

34.  R. C. Punnett obituary of WB

35.  Quotation from Nature 17 Oct 1925 (p. 523?) CBB’s writing?

36.  R. C. Punnett to CBB 9 Feb 1926

37.  W. J. Lucas to CBB 12 April 1926

38.  G. H. Shull to CBB 16 Sept 1926

39.  B. Farmer to CBB 11 Jan 1927

40.  T. H. Morgan to R. C. Punnett 17 Jan 1927

41.  Copy of obituary enclosed with 40

42.  J. B. S. Haldane to CBB 18 March 1926

43.  CBB to JHSH 22 March 1926

44.  Sketch of relevant dates in WB’s life by CBB

 

  1. G5k WB’s notes for Vol I of Materials (3)

1.      Lepidoptera

2.      Miscellaneous

3.      Repetition of parts

 

  1. G5l Encyclopaedia Britannica (40)

1.      G. Herbert Fowler, Editor of EB, to WB 25 Sept 1900 on updating of WB’s article on “Hybridism”

2.      WB to Editor undated draft. Declines, since will “accord so ill with cognate articles” by others

3.      GHF to WB 16 Oct 1900. New issue of EB to include article on “Variation” by Weldon, and “Heredity” by P. Chalmers-Mitchell

4.      WB to GHF draft 18 Oct 1900 Declines to give more detailed reasons

5.      GHF to WB 19 Oct 1900

6.      Hugh Chisholm (Editor EB) to WB 27 Oct 1920

7.      E. W. Macbride to WB 11 Nov 1920. He is doing “Cytology” “Embryology” and “Eugenics”

8.      WB to Hugh Chisholm draft 8 Nov 1920

9.      Secretary to WB 9 Nov 1920 thinks MacBride will coordinate his “Cytology” with WB’s articles

10.  H. N. Dickson (Editor’s office) to WB 26 July 1921 seeks revisions

11.  Secretary to WB 3 Aug 1921 thanks for corrections

12.  Secretary to WB 11 Nov 1921 and reply by WB 12 Dec 1921, who is “shocked” that proofs have not been sent. Is especially distrustful of North American printers

13.  T. C. Hodson (for the Editor) to WB 31 Aug 1925 Thanks for agreeing to revise articles

14.  TCH to WB 19 Nov 1925 Awaiting your “Sex” article

15.  TCH to WB 21 Nov 1925 Jan deadline for “Sex” article

16.  TCH to WB 7 Jan 1926 Please help me edit T. H. Morgan’s article on “Evolution” one of a series of 4 linked with those of MacBride, C. Lloyd-Morgan and H. F. Osborn

17.  WB to the Editor 9 Jan 1926 Declines to help. Osborn: “every few weeks he fires something at me” Morgan’s “evolutionary writings seem devoid of authority”

18.  TCH to WB 11 Jan 1926

19.  TCH to WB 18 Jan 1926 Thanks for “Mendelism”and “Sex” articles. Still unable to promise that WB will get proofs from the North American printer

20.  TCH to Messrs Lloyd and Armstrong 31 March 1926 Permision for CBB to reproduce WB’s EB articles if she needs them

21.  Alan Barlow to CBB 2 April 1926 enclosing 20 from the publisher

22.  8 sheets of typed insertions and references for the EB “Mendelism” article, undated

23.  WB’s notes for “Genetics” article (7p) [23 to 26 are literally WB’s last scientific words]

24.  WB’s notes for “Sex” article (4p)

25.  Draft manuscript of “Mendelism” article (17p)

26.  Draft manuscript of “Genetics” article (34p) [Very clearly hand-written, since WB could not be sure of getting any page proofs]

Extracts from EB

27.  Sex” by PCM (P. Chalmers-Mitchell)

28.  “Breeds and Breeding” PCM

29.  Mendelism” RCP (Reginald C. Punnett)

30.  “Protoplasm” EAM

31.  “Regeneration of lost parts” PCM

32.  “Reproduction” SHV

33.  “Species” PCM

34.  “Telegony” J. C. Ewart

35.  “Variation and Selection” PCM

36.  “Heredity” by PCM

37.  “Evolution” by PCM

38.  “Biogenesis” by PCM

39.  “Biology” by THH and PCM

40.  “Hybridism” by PCM

 

  1. G5m The Homotyposis Controversy 1895-1903 (37)

1.      Proof by Karl Pearson “On the Principle of Homotyposis and its Relation to Heredity” read at the RS 15 Nov 1900

2.      Manuscript of WB “Heredity, Differentiation, an other Conceptions of Biology: A Consideration of Professor Karl Pearson’s Paper” 20 pages received by RS 25 Jan 1901

3.      KP to WB 30 Dec 1895 on women’s education

4.      KP to WB 3 Jan 1896

5.      WB to Tansley 2 Jan 1902 need to distinguish “differentiation” from “variation”

Typed transcripts by CBB; originals on microfilm C18

6.      WB to Michael Foster 9 Nov 1900

7.      Robert Harrison to WB 20 Dec 1900

8.      Professor W. A. Herdman to WB 12 Jan 1901

9.      WB to WAH 14 Jan 1901

10.  KP to WB 17 Feb 1901

11.  WB to KP 18 Feb 1901

12.  WB to Robert Harrison 18 Feb 1901

13.  KP to WB 19 Feb 1901

14.  Robert Harrison to WB 20 Feb 1901

15.  KP to WB 12 Oct 1901 on Mendel translation

16.  WAH to WB 19 Nov 1901

17.  WB to KP 10 Feb 1902 on Biometrika

18.  KP to WB 12 Feb 1902

19.  WB to KP 13 Feb 1902 (with appended note from WB 16 March 1909)

20.  WB to Weldon 14 Feb 1902

21.  KP to WB 15 Feb 1902

22.  WB to KP 16 Feb 1902

23.  WB to Professor H. H. Turner 16 Feb 1902

24.  KP to WB 18 Feb 1902

25.  HHT to WB 18 Feb 1902

26.  WB to HHT 28 Feb 1902

27.  KP to WB 1 April 1902 on need for mathematical training

28.  WB to KP 3 April 1902

29.  WB to KP 13 May 1902

30.  KP to WB 13 May 1902

31.  KP to WB 5 June 1902 and WB to KP 7 June 1902

32.  KP to WB 9 June 1902 and WB to KP 11 June 1902 postcard

33.  WB to the Editors of Biometrika 18 May 1903

34.  KP to WB 21 May 1903 and KP to WB 26 May 1903

35.  WB to KP 28 May 1903

36.  Advertisement for new Encyclopaedia Britannica undated press cutting

37.  Flysheet “Proposed Journal for the Statistical Study of Biological Problems” circulated by Pearson and Weldon, undated

 

  1. G5n Mendel’s Principles of Heredity. A Defence: letters and cuttings 1902-3 (31)

1.      Rev. W. Wilks (RHS) to WB 17 Feb 1902 on the translation of Mendel 1866

2.      Richard Wright to W. Wilks 19 Feb 1902 with undated reply from Wilks

3.      Richard Wright (Cambridge University Press) to WB 28 Feb 1902 on book contract

4.      A. E. Shipley to WB 28 Feb 1902 for the CU Press Syndicate

5.      H. H. Brindley to WB 4 June 1902 thanks for book

6.      R. H. Biffen to WB 4 June 1902 thanks for book

7.      S. F. Harmer to WB 5 June 1902

8.      E. R. Lankester to WB 5 June 1902

9.      Anna Bateson to WB 7 June 1902

10.  Hugo de Vries to WB 9 June 1902 postcard

11.  Walter Heape to WB 10 June 1902 “a declaration of war and I am with you”

12.  Francis Galton to WB 13 June 1902 “I regret the tone”

13.  W. P. Herringham to WB 6 July 1902

14.  Smithsonian Institution to WB 9 April 1903

15.  CBB to WB from Bashley, Hampshire, undated

16.  A. Newton to WB undated “pugnacious as you meant it to be”

17.  Pall Mall Gazette cutting 16 July 1902

18.  Nature 9 Oct 1902 by “F. A. D”

19.  Printed pages of Mendel’s Principles: a Defence with passages marked that are referred to by Wright in 20

20.  Richard Wright (Cambridge University Press) to WB 28 April 1902 request text modification

21.  WB to RW draft 29 April 1902 agrees to some modification

22.  WB to CBB 28 April 1902

23.  WB to CBB 30 April 1902

24.  CBB to WB 1 May 1902

25.  WB to CBB 2 May 1902

26.  Hugh Richardson. Letter in Nature 23 Oct 1902

27.  Manuscript of WB paper “Mendelism and Galtonian Heredity: the Case of Sweet Peas” 26 Oct 1902 (3p)

28.  Editor of Nature to WB. Declines to accept for publication

29.  WB paper “Note on the Resolution of Compound Characters by Cross-Breeding’ extracted from Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society vol 12, part 1. 24 Nov 1902

30.  WB to Nature 16 May 1903

31.  Editor of Nature to WB 19 May 1903. Declines to accept for publication

 

  1. G5o Mrs. Christiana J. Herringham’s gift 1903-1926 (16)

1.      CJH to WB 16 Dec 1903

2.      CJH to WB 19 Dec 1903

3.      CJH to WB 17 Feb 1904?

4.      CJH to WB Whit Monday

5.      CJH to WB 22 Oct

6.      WB to CJH undated ?1906 on Lankester’s perversity, see 13 below

7.      CJH to WB 19 Dec

8.      CJH to WB 26 Jan 1904 “exercise discretion”

9.      Heseltine, Powell & Co to WB 13 Feb 1904

10.  HP & Co to WB 30 July 1904

11.  HP & Co to WB 12 May 1905

12.  CJH to WB 14 Jan 1906

13.  CJH to WB 17 Jan 1906 postcard

14.  CJH to WB 10 Feb 1909 “you have given me … nasty turn”

15.  Acknowledgement of CJH gift in Report III to the RS Evolution Committee

16.  Wilmot P. Herringham to CBB 29 Nov 1926

 

  1. G5p The Quick Bequest 1903-06 (42)

1.      Circular from Cambridge University Council and Senate on Quick Bequest 9 Nov 1903

2.      WB to A. Newton 16 Nov 1903 draft proposal for department or station for breeding research

3.      Final copy of 2 dated 19 Nov 1903

4.      Typed transcript of 3 “returned to me by Newton after the meeting”

5.      Circular from Committee outlining draft scheme for use of Quick Fund 16 Feb 1905

6.      Circular from E. A. Beck (Vice-Chancellor) to Degree Committees 16 Feb 1905

7.      WB to Vice-Chancellor applying for Quick Institute of Heredity and Variation, 17 Feb 1905, printed

8.      A. Newton to WB 18 Feb 1905 postcard

9.      T. H. Middleton to WB 18 Feb 1905

10.  THM to WB 20 Feb 1905

11.  E. A. Beck to WB 20 Feb 1905

12.  A. E. Shipley to WB 23 Feb 1905 keeping WB’s hopes up

13.  Transcript of 12 by CBB

14.  WB to E. A. Beck (Vice-Chancellor) 27 Feb 1905 draft

15.  Final version of 14 dated 27 Feb 1905

16.  Transcript of 15 by CBB

17.  Circular to Council of Senate outlining draft proposals on Quick Fund 13 March 1905

18.  Richard Wright (Cambridge University Press) to WB 14 March 1905

19.  WB to A. Sedgwick 18 April 1905, draft giving name “genetics” to the new subject

20.  Transcript of 19 by CBB

21.  Circular to Vice-Chancellor and Council of Senate from J. N. O. Eagleton, J. W. Williams and P. C. Parr 28 April 1905

22.  Formal printed request from Vice-Chancellor for Meeting of Quick Bequest Committee 5 May 1905, with a penciled list of names

23.  A. Sedgwick (or A. E. Shipley) to WB “come early” 11 May 1905 postcard

24.  WB to Vice-Chancellor 14 May 1905 concerning yesterday’s meeting

25.  Transcript of 24 by CBB

26.  E. A. Beck (Vice-Chancellor) to WB 16 May 1905

27.  Transcript of 26 by CBB

28.  Eagleton & Sons to Vice-Chancellor 27 June 1905 printed letter

29.  J. S. Gardiner, Mauritius, to WB 17 Aug 1905 (8p)

30.  Report of Council of Senate on the Quick Bequest (Cambridge University Reporter) 13 March 1906

31.  A. Sedgwick to WB 16 Oct 1906 critical of WB

32.  Transcript of 31 by CBB

33.  WB to AS 17 Oct 1906 “protozoology a backwater” “the Quick scandal”

34.  Transcript of 33 by CBB

35.  WB to AS undated draft “I have failed with my contemporaries; with posterity I hope to be more successful

36.  Transcript of 35 by CBB

37.  AS to WB 20 Oct 1906

38.  Transcript of 37 by CBB

39.  AS to WB 25 Oct 1906

40.  Transcript of 39 by CBB

41.  WB to AS 26 Oct 1906

42.  Notes by WB on Quick Bequest, (1p, undated)

 

  1. G5q Correspondence with Muriel Wheldale/Onslow, H. Onslow and Miss Moodie. 1903-1927 (106; all from WB unless otherwise stated)

1.      To MW 31 Aug 1903. Transcripts of postcards 16 Jan 1904 and 19 June 1904

2.      To MW 23 Nov 1905

3.      To MW 26 Jan 1906. Transcripts of postcards 11 and 12 Aug 1906

4.      To MW 31 Aug 1906. Transcripts of postcards 26 and 28 Aug, and 26 Nov 1906

5.      To MW 28 Jan 1907

6.      To MW 2 Feb 1907

7.      To MW 8 and 16 Feb 1907

8.      To MW 10 Feb 1907

9.      To MW 31 March 1907. Transcripts of postcards 2 May and 4 July 1907

10.  To MW 14 July 1907

11.  To MW 14 Feb 1908 with enclosed testimonial for MW

12.  Testimonial for MW for Fellowship application to Newnham College 23 April 1908

13.  To MW 24 Sept 1908. Transcripts of two postcards 10 Oct 1908

14.  To MW 12 Oct 1908 on the nature of plant pigments

15.  To MW 14 Oct 1908. Transcript of postcard 5 Nov 1908

16.  To MW Four postcards 20, 25, 27 and 28 of Nov 1908

17.  To MW 27 Dec 1908

18.  To MW 1 Jan 1909. Transcript of 21 Jan 1909

19.  To MW 23 Jan 1909

20.  To MW 23 Jan 1909

21.  To MW. Postcards 24 Jan 1909. Transcripts of 24, 26 and 27 Jan, and 26 Mar 1909

22.  To MW 10 June 1909 and Postcards transcripts 25 and 28 May 1909

23.  Erwin Baur to MW. Berlin . Ends on 24

24.  Draft of suggested reply by WB to Baur (undated) Ends on 25

25.  To MW postcards 12 July, and 6 and 11 Aug 1909

26.  To MW 20 Aug, 5 and 7 Sept 1909; Transcript postcard 10 Sept 1909

27.  To MW Postcards 11 Sept, 4 Oct, 2, 5 and 5 Dec 1909

28.  To MW 29 Nov 1909, and transcript postcards 8 and 13 Dec 1909, and 6 Jan 1910

29.  To MW 9 July 1910 offer of a studentship

30.  To MW 7 Sept 1910

31.  To MW 1 Nov 1910

32.  To MW 24 Nov 1910 anthocyanins

33.  To MW 10 Jan 1911 improve your mind at Bristol

34.  To MW 10 and 17 Mar 1911

35.  To MW 24 Mar 1911

36.  To MW 10 April 1911 Hopkins approves

37.  To MW 18 May 1911

38.  To MW 8 Sept 1911

39.  To MW 30 Jan 1912

40.  To MW 1 June 1912

41.  To MW  6 and 22 June 1912

42.  To MW 16 Oct 1912 Biochemical Society to visit the John Innes Institute

43.  To MW 12 Dec 1912

44.  To MW 8 Jan 1913 on her book

45.  To MW 2 Feb 1913

46.  To MW 7 March 1913 “your interpretation … is right”

47.  To MW 27 Nov and 7 Dec 1913

48.  To MW 11 Dec 1913

49.  To MW 24 Feb 1914

50.  To MW 27 Feb 1914

51.  To MW 14 March 1914. Transcript postcards 17, 21 and 23 March 1914

52.  To MW Postcard 13 April 1914; Transcript postcards 29 May, 6 June, & 25 Dec 1914

53.  To MW 27 Jan 1915. Transcript postcards 3 Jan and 13 Feb 1915

54.  To MW 15 and 18 Feb 1915

55.  To MW 19 Feb and 20 March 1915

56.  To MW 15 March 1915. Transcript postcards 19 April, 16 Sept and 19 Oct, 1915

57.  To MW 19 March 1915 on proofs

58.  To MW 28 April 1915. Transcript postcards 30 April, 22 June, 27 Oct 1915 and 16 March 1916

59.  To MW 30 Oct 1915 constructive criticism of her book

60.  To MW 30 Oct 1915 continued and transcript postcards 31 Aug 1916

61.  To MW 2 Nov 1915 note on her book

62.  To MW 17 Jan 1916

63.  To MW 5 Dec 1916 book published

64.  To MW 4 June 1917

65.  To Mrs. M. Onslow (née Wheldale) 7 Nov 1919 “happiness to you both”

66.  To MO 28 May 1920 on chromosome chemistry

67.  To MO 3 March 1922 question on pigments

68.  To MO 20 March 1922

69.  To MO 4 July 1922

70.  To MO 12 July 1922

71.  To MO 16 July 1922 obituary of Onslow

72.  To MO 16 Aug 1922

73.  To MO 20 Aug 1922

74.  To MO 2 May 1923 thanks for Kammerer report  7 Nov 1923 congratulations on Swedish honour

75.  To MO 20 May 1923

76.  To MO 30 May 1923

77.  To MO 16 Dec 1923 on an Onslow paper

78.  To MO 3 Feb and 1 April 1924

79.  To MO 30 Jan 1926

80.  To H. Onslow 21 April 1915

81.  To HO 7 Dec 1917

82.  To HO 12 July 1919

83.  To HO 4 Sept  1919

84.  To HO 13 Dec 1920

85.  To HO 6 March 1921 Transcript by HO

86.  To HO 12 March 1921

87.  To HO 30 March 1921

88.  To HO 12 May 1921

89.  To HO 14 May 1921

Original Letters

90.  MO to WB 5 March 1922

91.  MO to WB 24 March 1922

92.  MO to WB 17 Oct 1922

93.  MO to WB 30 Oct 1922

94.  MO to WB 7 Feb 1923

95.  MO to WB 1 May 1923 postcard

96.  MO to WB 27 July 1923 postcard

97.  MO to WB 7 Nov 1923

98.  MO to CBB 14 May 1927 sending her copies of WB letters

99.  MO to CBB 14 June 1927

100.          MO to CBB 5 Sept 1927 with MO’s notes on the WB letters, including an excerpt from her dairy (3p)

101.          HO to WB 25 May 1921

102.          HO to WB 30 April 1921

103.          HO to WB undated

104.          HO to WB undated, on sex chromosomes

105.          H. Moodie to WB 8 Nov 1923

106.          Michael Pease to CBB 13 June 1927 on his correspondence with WB

 

  1. G5r The Darbishire Controversy (18)

1.      Paper: “Note on the Results of Crossing Japanese Waltzing Mice with European Albino Races” by A. D. Darbishire. Biometrika 2, no 1, Nov 1902 annotated by WB

2.      Paper: “Second Report on the Results of Crossing …” by ADD Biometrika 2, part 2, Feb 1903. Results deemed not in accord with Mendel

3.      Paper: “Mendel’s Laws and Some Records in Rabbit Breeding” F. A. Woods Biometrika  2, part 3, June 1903

4.      Paper: “Third Report on Hybrids between Waltzing Mice and Albino Races.” by ADD Biometrika 2, part 3, June 1903

5.      Paper: “Results of Crossing Grey (House) Mice with Albinos” by E. H. J. Schuster Biometrika 4, parts 1 and 2, June 1905. Experiments suggested by Weldon

6.      WB letter in Nature 19 March 1903

7.      Weldon letter in Nature 2 April 1903. Asks WB “one question”

8.      Report on Biometrika papers, Nature 9 April 1903

9.      WB letter in Nature 23 April 1903 [Article by F. Galton on “pedigrees on next page]

10.  Weldon letter in Nature 30 April 1903

11.  WB letter in Nature 14 May 1903 with reply from Weldon. Editor says stop

12.  Report on work of ADD Nature 19 May 1904 (BA meeting); 12A Karl Pearson letter in Nature 29 Sept 1904 criticizing ADD

13.  KP letter Nature 27 Oct 1904 criticizing R. D. Lock

14.  WB draft letter to Nature 7 April 1903

15.  Editor of Nature to WB re 14, dated 8 April 1903

16.  ADD to WB 19 June 1903

17.  Florence Durham to WB 12 Aug

18.  WB’s notes on the controversy (a) Florence Durham’s notes (4 sheets); (b) WB’s notes (35 sheets)

G6

  1. G6a Francis Galton and Eugenics 1904-5, 1923-29 (24)

1.      V. V. Branford (for Sociological Society) to WB 3 May 1904

2.      Proof of FG’s paper “Eugenics: its Definition, Scope and Aims” enclosed with 1 (4p)

3.      WB to V. V. Branford 4 May 1904 draft (4p)

4.      Transcript of 3 by CBB (2p)

5.      Report on the reading of FG’s paper 17 May 1904 cutting from The Times?

6.      FG to WB 18 May 1904 (2p)

7.      Transcript of 6 by CBB (1p)

8.      WB to FG 28 May 1904 draft (5p)

9.      Transcript of 8 by CBB (3p)

10.  FG to WB 12 June 1904 (2 sheets)

11.  Transcript of 10 by CBB (1p)

12.  FG to WB 8 Sept 1904 (2 sheets)

13.  Edgar Schuster to WB 23 Feb 1905 notice on “gifted families” (2p)

14.  FG to WB 1 Oct 1905 (1p)

15.  WB to FG 1 Oct 1905 draft (2p)

16.  FG to WB 26 Oct 1905 (1p)

17.  Leonard Darwin (President of Eugenics Education Society) to Rockefeller School of Hygiene 23 June 1923

18.  C. B. S. Hodson for the EES to WB 23 June 1923 (3p)

19.  CBSH to WB 5 July 1923 (1p)

20.  WB to CBSH 7 July 1923 draft (1p)

21.  Karl Pearson to CBB 30 April 1929 concerning permission to publish WB letter (7 July 1909) to Miss Biggs

22.  Note by CBB on 21

23.  CBB to KP 2 May 1929 draft (2p)

24.  KP to CBB 3 May 1929

 

  1. G6b The Silliman Lectures (Problems of Genetics): notes, reviews, etc. 1906-13 (31)

1.      Small notes on birds (about 100) for Problems of Genetics (59 sheets)

2.      Notes for 1907 Silliman Lectures (33 sheets some taken from earlier lectures: Sheet 19 = “II, Oct 1904” Sheet 27 = “III, 1903”)

3.      A. Hadley (President of Yale University) to WB 7 Dec 1906 Invitation for $2500 (3p)

4.      A. Hadley to WB 14 Jan 1907 thanking WB for his acceptance

5.      WB to A. Hadley 27 Jan 1907 on lectures title

6.      F. W. Hooper (Brooklyn Institute, NY) to WB 1 July 1907 Four 50$ lectures

7.      C. B. Davenport (Carnegie Institution) to WB 6 July 1907 seconds Hooper’s invite

8.      S. A. Forbes (University of Illinois) to WB 3 Sept 1907

9.      Herbert Osborn (Ohio State University) to WB 12 Sept 1907

10.  S. A. Forbes to WB 13 Sept 1907

11.  R. H. Chittender (Sheffield Scientific School, Yale) to WB 23 Sept 1908. Seeks book manuscript

12.  WB reply to 11 undated draft (2 sheets)

13.  A. P. Stokes (Secretary, Yale) to WB 15 Oct 1910. Seeks manuscript

14.  WB reply to 13 undated draft (3 sheets)

15.  A. P. Stokes to WB 29 Nov 1910

16.  WB reply to 15 on 13 Dec 1910. Promises manuscript by 1st Jan 1912

17.  A. P. Stokes to WB 29 April 1911 thanking WB for first two chapters

18.  Byrne Hackett (Yale University Press) to WB 17 May 1911

19.  WB reply to 18 on 26 May 1911 is planning 10 chapters, 350 pages

20.  P. R. Lowe to WB Jan 1912

21.  P. R. Lowe to WB 4 Jan 1912

22.  Macmillan & Co to WB 27 Aug 1912

23.  P. R. Lowe to WB 30 Oct 1912

24.  P. R. Lowe to WB 3 Nov 1912

25.  A. M. Norman (Berkhamsted) to WB 12 Nov 1913 thank you for Problems

26.  G. Henderson (Yale Medical School) to WB 16 Nov 1913

27.  F. Darwin to WB 10 Dec 1913

28.  Review of Problems: “Biological Agnosticism” by J. T. Cunningham undated, unsourced (2p)

29.  Review of Problems in New York Times 30 Nov 1913

30.  Printed Syllabus for Silliman Lectures 1907 (2 sheets)

31.  Flysheet advertising Problems of Genetics

 

  1. G6c Controversy with the Linnean Society over German Periodicals 1920-23 (13)

1.      WB to Dr. Dayton Jackson (General Secretary of Linnean Society) undated draft

2.      DJ to WB 17 June 1920

3.      DJ to WB 20 July 1920

4.      DJ to WB 26 July 1920

5.      DJ to WB 15 Oct 1920

6.      DJ to WB 12 Nov 1920

7.      WB to DJ 16 Sept 1922 draft (3 sheets)

8.      DJ to WB 18 Sept 1922

9.      DJ to WB 1 Dec 1922

10.  WB to DJ 10 Dec 1922 draft

11.  WB to DJ. Savage 9 Dec 1923

12.  W. S. Warton (Linnean Society) to WB 10 Dec 1923

13.  Business letters and accounts between German booksellers and WB

 

  1. G6d Correspondence with Classical Scholars on Greek and Roman Races 1913-14 (14)

1.      W. Heitland to WB 15 Dec 1913

2.      W. Heitland to WB 18 Dec 1913

3.      Notes on “Proletarius and Cognate Words” and “Columella” by W. Heitland (6 sheets)

4.      W. Heitland to WB 8 Feb 1914 postcard

5.      W. Heitland to WB 10 April 1914

6.      A. E. Zimmer to Miss Stawell undated

7.      Notes on Classical Races by Miss F. M. Stawell (4 sheets, undated)

8.      Miss F. M. Stawell to British Museum ? 9 May 1914

9.      A. W. A. Leeper to Miss Stawell 13 May 1914

10.  T. E. Peet to A. W. A. Leeper 13 May 1914

11.  William Ridgeway to WB 16 May 1914

12.  A. M. Adams to WB 23 May 1914

13.  A. E. Zimmer to WB 31 May 1914

14.  Notes and references by WB and others (5p)

 

  1. G6e Royal Society (RS) Visit to Russia 1925: letters and papers (17)

1.      F. G. Kenyon (Director and Principle Librarian, British Museum) to Monsieur Le Secretaire Perpetuel, Academie des Sciences, Leningrad 23 July 1925 (copy)

2.      P. Schmidt (Director, Museum and Institute, Leningrad) to WB 29 Nov 1925

3.      Professor Alexander Coates (Director, Museum Darwinianum, Moscow) to WB undated

4.      Professor Leo Berg (Bureau of Applied Lathyology, Leningrad) to CBB 5 Jan 1928

5.      “Soviet Russia I” J. M. Keynes The Nation and the Atheneum 10 Oct 1925

6.      “Soviet Russia II” 17 Oct 1925

7.      “Soviet Russia III” 24 Oct 1925

8.      Article on Soviet Russia by Dr. L. Dudley Stamp The Observer 8 Nov 1925

9.      Invitation to WB to attend bicentennial celebrations of Russian Academie des Sciences 16 July 1925

10.  Invitation to same function in Russian

11.  A Short View of Russia by J. M. Keynes. Hogarth Press 1925

12.  Report to Health Committee of League of Nations on Epidemics in Russia. Part I

13.  As 12, part II

14.  Russian document “Blue Blouse” No 16. Moscow 1925

15.  Russian document “The Atheist” No 8. Moscow 1925

16.  Russia document “Laughter” No 24 August 1925

17.  7 photographs, probably of a revue

 

  1. G6f Greek at Cambridge 1891-1906 (59)

1.      Greek and Other Studies at Cambridge. Booklet by E. C. Clark 1891 Macmillan & Bowes.

2.      The Living Languages by J. K. Stephen 1891 Macmillan & Bowes

3.      Mutato Nomine by J. E. Mayor 1891 Macmillan & Bowes

4.      Flysheet. Notice of an anti-Syndicate meeting 30 July 1891

5.      Report of meeting “The Classical Languages and the Cambridge Degrees in Arts” 12 Aug 1891

6.      List of members of anti-Syndicate General Committee 12 Aug 1891

7.      Open letter “Stifling Enquiry” by H. R. Tottenham, undated

8.      Henry Jackson on “Greek at Cambridge” undated Letter to Editor

9.      “The Classical Languages and the Cambridge Degree in Arts” Open letter 14 Oct 1891

10.  Enlarged list of members of General Committee 19 Oct 1891

11.  “A Last Word” by H. Sidgwick. Open letter with note by WB attached, undated

12.  “A Syndicate of Inquiry” by Lord Grimethorpe addressed to Professor Mayor, undated

13.  “A Country Schoolmaster on Compulsory Greek” by F. E. Kitchener 19 Oct 1891

14.  “Compulsory Classics” by Henry Sidgwick 19 Oct 1891

15.  “A Plea for Enquiry” by H. Montagu Butler 21 Oct 1891

16.  “Is it Wise to Refuse Even to Consider the Question?” by G. M. Humphrey 21 Oct 1891

17.  Open letter by C. V. Stanford 23 Oct 1891

18.  “The Fate of Greek in Schools” by T. E. Page addressed to Professor Mayor 23 Oct 1891

19.  “The Two Graces” by W. E. Heitland 26 Oct 1891

20.  Open letter to the Press 26 Oct 1891 (authors do not include WB)

21.  “The Question at Issue” by J. George Adami 26 Oct 1891

22.  “To the Members of the Senate” by Parker, Searle and Cunningham 26 Oct 1891

23.  “Syndicates and Syndics” by H. M. Taylor 26 Oct

24.  “To the University of Cambridge – An Apologue” by T. E. P 26 Oct 1891

25.  “Greek” by T. F. Wade 27 Oct 1891

26.  “Another Plea for Enquiry” by Robert Burn 27 Oct 1891

27.  “The President of the Royal Society on the Value of Greek” by R. C. Jebb 27 Oct 1891

28.  “A Reply” by E. B. Birks 17 Oct 1891

29.  Supplementary list of signatures in support of Grace I. H. Sidgwick 28 Oct 1891

30.  “The Two Graces” by H. Sidgwick 28 Oct 1891

31.  Open letter from Anti-Grace Committee 28 Oct 1891

32.  “The Refusal of Enquiry” by E. C. Clark 29 Oct 1891

33.  Notice of Special Congregation 29 Oct 1891

34.  “On Degrees in Science” by H. Sidgwick, undated

35.  “To the Members of the Senate” by Hill, MacAlister, Glaister & Newton 20 Feb 1892

36.  “To the Members of the Senate” by Atkinson, Swete, Bateson, et al. 20 Feb 1892

37.  Open letter by H. B. Swete 23 Feb 1892

38.  “A Degree in Science” by Robert Burn 23 Feb 1892

39.  An Infant School. Booklet by J. E. B. Mayor 1905 Deighton, Bell & Co.

40.  Second Report of the Studies and Examinations Syndicate 6 March 1906

41.  Letter from W. W. Merry, Vice-Chancellor of Oxford 23 April 1906

42.  Letter from T. E. Page to J. E. B. Mayor (manuscript version of 18)

43.  Manuscript draft of 31

44.  Open letter “Greek at Cambridge” by opposing Committee, undated draft

45.  Manuscript draft of 35

46.  Notes for WB’s speech on Report I (4 sheets, undated)

47.  Notes for WB’s speech on Report II (4 sheets, undated)

48.  WB to H. Sidgwick 29 Oct 1891

49.  H. Sidgwick to WB 29 Oct 1891

50.  W. L. Mollison to WB 9 Jan 1892 or 1904?

51.  WB to Dr. Jebb 20 Feb 1892

52.  Dr. Jebb to WB 20 Feb 1892

53.  Dr. Jebb to WB 20 Feb 1892 telegram

54.  From L. L. ? to WB 22 Feb 1892 postcard

55.  J. J. Lister to WB “For Other Things besides Greek”

56.  Flysheet “For Greek” by WB 23 Oct 1891

57.  Precie of Evidence to Prime Minister’s Committee on Classics WB 24 June 1920

58.  Meeting of Committee on Neglect of Science. The Times 4 May 1916

59.  Precirculated version of 58

 

  1. G6g Poultry and Rabbits: notes and letters 1912-17 (5)

1.      Blue Notebook with notes on crosses, undated

2.      Notes on poultry and rabbits, undated (perhaps by C. C. Hurst; certain pages are numbered “19” and “20” and seem to be taken from some other manuscript)

3.      Price list of ova, larvae, and pupae. L. W. Newman. March-April 1912

4.      H. Onslow to WB 5 Dec 1917 enclosing page of results of rabbit crosses

5.      E. C. R? to WB 13 Feb 1917 on various crosses

 

  1. G6h A. F. Blakeslee and the Datura Controversy 1920-21 (7)

1.      AFB to WB 18 Aug 1920 enquiring about paper he had submitted to J. Genetics

2.      WB to AFB 1 Sept 1920

3.      Proof of AFB paper “A Graft-Infectious Disease of Datura Resembling a Vegetative Mutation,” received by CUP 26 Nov 1920. Refers to Naudin 1865

4.      WB to R. C. Punnett? Critique of AFB paper. 1 Dec 1920 draft

5.      AFB to WB 23 Dec 1920

6.      RCP to WB 11 Feb 1921?

7.      WB to AFB 12 Feb 1921

 

  1. G6i Sir Henry Roscoe and the Loyal Address (7)

1.      Loyal Address on behalf of the BA for the Advancement of Science by Sir HR, Manchester 7 Sept 1915

2.      HR to WB 25 Aug 1915

3.      WB to HR 27 Aug 1915

4.      HR to WB 27 Aug 1915

5.      W. A. Herdman to WB 28 Aug 1915

6.      WB to HR 30 Aug 1915 copy

7.      WB to WAH 30 Aug 1915 copy

 

  1. G6j The Hapsburgs-reprints, Family trees, Photos, etc (11)

1.      13 photographs of European Royal Families, one gleaned by Nora Barlow with postcard from Budapest (21 July 1911)

2.      15 family trees of the Hapsburgs by WB

3.      W. Rushton to WB 22 June 1911 noting WB’s Guthrie Lecture on Hapsburg portraits

4.      WR to WB 27 June 1911

5.      WR to WB 3 July 1911 thanking for pedigree sheets

6.      WR to WB 12 July 1911 postcard

7.      “Mouth Breathing and Facial Contour” by WR, reprint

8.      “L’amour de la Mort chez les Habsbourg” by Dr. P. R. Mersey, reprint

9.      “Die Habsburger Unterlippe” by Professor Haecker, reprint

10.  Der Familientypus der Habsburger” by V. Haecker, reprint

11.  Family tree of J. S. Bach by WB indicating inheritance of musical ability

 

  1. G6k Correspondence with J. Hurry 1909 and D. Sharp 1908-9 (9)

1.      JH to WB 31 Jan 1909

2.      WB to JH 2 Feb 1909

3.      JH to WB 5 Feb 1909

4.      WB to JH 8 Feb 1909

5.      JH to WB 9 Feb 1909

6.      Printed open letter by WB on retirement presentation to David Sharp Dec 1908

7.      WB to DS 6 March 1909

8.      DS to WB 12 March 1909

9.      Testimonial to Mr. D. Sharp: printed list of subscribers, etc. 5 May 1909

 

  1. G6l The Chair of Biology at Cambridge and other Cambridge Papers 1901-22 (22)

1.      B. E. Hammond to WB. Invitation to join the Cambridge Liberal Unionist Association Dec 1901

2.      WB to BEH 7 Dec 1901 copy

3.      W. McDougall to WB, suggesting WB apply for Oxford Chair in Biology 11 June 1906

4.      WB to WMcD 13 June 1906 draft

5.      E. S. Roberts (Vice-Chancellor) to WB announcing WB’s election to Chair of Biology at Cambridge 8 June 1908

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