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Correspondence and speaking notes (two sets, one of 7 numbered sheets and one of 6 numbered sheets, both holograph) regarding a Friday Evening Discourse ("What is a Gene?"), designated a Woodhull Lecture, and delivered at The Royal Institution of Great Britain, 5 March, 1976.

The file includes a printed brochure of 'The Royal Institution Lectures, January - March 1976' (in which Crick's lecture is listed, with an abstract and brief biography), and 'Notes for the Information of Lecturers' for 'Friday Evening Discourses at the Royal Institution'.



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

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