Darwin, Leonard, 1850-1943 (scientist and eugenicist)
- Existence: 1850 - 1943
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Single letter from Francis Darwin to Horace Darwin dated 20 August 1910 expressing sympathy following Ida's accident and the injury to her hand.
Letter from Leonard Darwin to Lady (Emma) Nora Barlow née Darwin; written at Cripps Corner, Forest Row (Sussex), 1942-05-05
Contains 48 letters from Nora to Ida Darwin sent between 5 January and 29 December 1911. The letters include Nora's recollections of her wedding to Alan Barlow on 6 April and an account of their honeymoon in the Lake District; and an account of a visit to Hungary in July 1911.
Includes a letter from Horace Benge Dobell to Sir Thomas Barlow congratulating him on the marriage of his son Alan to Nora, and letters from Erasmus and Leonard Darwin and from Celia Newbolt to Nora.
Manuscript poem written by Frances Darwin for 'Uncle Lenny'. On reverse is inscription "written by Frances (Cornford) when a young girl at Egerton Place , L. Darwin".
Two typescript poems written by Bernard Darwin for his uncle, Leonard Darwin, on the occasion of his 80th and 90th birthdays on 15 January 1930 and 1940 respectively.