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Letterbook of the Anthropometric Laboratory

Date
1888-1895
Reference
GALTON/3/2/3
Part of
Galton Papers
  • Archives and manuscripts



About this work

Description

Eighty-three letters, notes, statistical tables, pamphlets, circulars and ninety-five newspaper cuttings pasted in the letterbook of the Anthropometric Laboratory:

Anderson, Charles Wilgress (memorandum)

Bertillon system (pamphlet)

Bevine, A R

Blythe, Alexander Wynter

Bowditch, Henry Pickering (tables and calculations)

Brewington, F G

Brichall, Edward

British Association, Bath Meeting

Brough, Joseph

Burne, A R

Chaplin, A

Crombie, Margaret C

Crosse, William Henry

Cunningham, Daniel John

Donnelly, Sir John Fretcheville Dykes

Downes, Arthur

Edridge-Green, Frederic William

Farrington, Thomas

Galton, Sir Francis (8 letters, notes and MSS)

Garson, John George

Goldie, Sir George Dashwood Taubman

Groves, William

Guinness, H F

Houston-Hill, John

Jones, Edward

[Jordan]

Lewin, Thomas Herbert

Lucas, Frances, E

MacMillan and Company

Marion and Company

Mead, Thomas

Meagher, P

Mitchell, Mary Jane

Moore, E Graham

Newel, W

Nightingale, Robert C

O'Neill, Aeneas

Peek, Sir Cuthbert Edgar

Pitt, John Marsh (2 letters)

Prior, Richard Chandler Alexander

Pye, James

Ralph, Benjamin

Randall, A I

Rathbone, Alice F

Roberts, H

Royal Niger Company

Science and Art, Department of

Simmons, E M (2 letters)

Smith, H E

Smith, Wilberforce

Span, The tables and calculations on the measurement of

Sparkes, J

Stokes, Ethel (3 letters)

Stokes, Fanny

Tait, Mary Stewart (2 letters)

Truman, A H

Turnbull, George Lindsay

Waddington, J W

Watney, Vernon James

Whistle, table of the smallest

Williams, John E (2 letters)

Bright, Addison

Myers.

Publication/Creation

1888-1895

Physical description

178 items

Location of duplicates

A digitised copy is held by the Wellcome Library as part of Codebreakers: Makers of Modern Genetics.

Languages

  • English

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