Royal Society: Evolution Committee, 1893-1914, 1926
Scope and Contents
Contents of six envelopes, mainly correspondence. The Evolution Committee was appointed by the Royal Society in 1897 to investigate variation, heredity and selection in plants and animals, and Bateson served on its Horticultural Sub-Committee. See [C.47] for a memorandum by the Committee, 1900.
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14 folder(s) (14 folders; paper) : paper
Language of Materials
Items have been arranged chronologically in six files corresponding to their six original envelopes.
Former reference: MS Add.8634/G.9-G.22
- From the Fonds: Bateson, William, 1861-1926 (biologist) (Person)
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