Sedgwick, Adam, 1854-1913 (zoologist)
SEDGWICK, ADAM (1854-1913) (zoologist; Fellow of Trinity, 1880-1913; Lecturer, Reader in Animal Morphology, 1883-97; Professor of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy, 1907-09; Professor of Zoology, Imperial College, London, 1909-13)
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Part of transfer from Department of Zoology, c.1989 (ZOO 61-62), including MSS Add.9876-9925.
Letter from the Royal Society notifying Bateson that he had been awarded the Darwin Medal for 1904, along with letters of congratulations.
Correspondents congratulating Bateson on the award include Francis Darwin, [Adam] Sedgwick, William Huggins, Edith Rebecca Saunders, Alfred Newton, Charles S. Myers, F.D. Godman, Oliver Lodge, Marion Bidder, and Daniel T. MacDougal.
Correspondence re professional and general matters, including Sedgwick's appointment as Professor at the University of Cambridge, 1907. Sedgwick, 1854-1913, was Professor of Zoology at the University of Cambridge and at Imperial College, London.