Punnett, Reginald Crundall, 1875-1967 (geneticist)
- Existence: 1875 - 1967
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Letters and papers of C.C. Hurst, with annotations made by his wife Rona, who also compiled lists of files and summaries of the correspondence (section A), and used Hurst's letters to write a book, The Evolution of Genetics (section 23).
Typescript of an obituary of Bateson by T.H. Morgan (3 pp), with a letter from Morgan to R.C. Punnett (17 Jan. 1927).
Photographs of William Bateson with the following: R.C. Punnett, 1907; W.F.R. Weldon, undated; and W. Johannsen, 1923. Also, portrait of Punnet by V.H. Mottram, c.1910.
Exchange of letters between Reginald Punnett and EHY.
Contents of three envelopes. Punnett, 1875-1967, worked closely with Bateson on Mendelism; they co-founded the Journal of Genetics in 1910.
Royal Society, Evolution Committee: contents of fourth envelope, 1 Jan. - 6 Feb. 1897 & 25 Oct. 1926
Correspondence with Sir Francis Galton, including discussions on cattle breeding experiments. The file also includes a letter from Reginald C. Punnett to Mrs Bateson (25 Oct. 1926) concerning the history of the Evolution Committee (item 5).
Brief correspondence with Sir William Hardy re the nomination of Reginald C. Punnett for the award of the Darwin Medal. Punnett was subsequently awarded the medal in 1922.