Julian Sorell Huxley papers 1899-1980


Julian Sorell Huxley papers MS 50., 1899-1980

Julian Sorell Huxley papers 1899-1980

Correspondence; diaries;mss. of writings; publications; materials on organizations including Unesco andCharles Darwin Foundation for the Galapagos Isles, conferences, includingCCTA/IUCN Symposium on the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources inModern African States (Arusha, Tanzania, 1961), Darwin Centennial Celebration(University of Chicago, 1959), and Ciba Foundation Symposium on Man and HisFuture (London, England, 1963), travel, and his tenure as professor at RiceInstitute; photos; memorabilia; and subject files, relating to Huxley'sinterests in biology (especially taxonomy, relative growth, evolutionarytheory, genetics, and ethology), social evolution, eugenics, populationcontrol, cancer, conservation, and humanism; together with materials of hiswife, Juliette Huxley. Correspondents include members of the Asquith, Darwin,and Huxley families and such scientists, artists, authors, and social figuresas John Randal Baker, Sybille Bedford, Benjamin Britten, Jacob Bronowski, PauloCarneiro, Kenneth Clark, Gavin De Beer, Theodosius Dobzhansky, Cyrus Eaton,T.S. Eliot, Richard Goldschmidt, Jane Goodall, Ernst Haeckel, J.B.S. Haldane,Alister Hardy, Jacquetta Hawkes, L.S.B. Leakey, Claude Levi-Strauss, JacquesLoeb, Konrad Lorenz, Rene Maheu, Ernst Mayr, P.B. Medawar, Henry Moore, ThomasHunt Morgan, Herman J. Muller, Joseph Needham, Jean Piaget, Herbert Read,Bertrand Russell, Margaret Sanger, George Gaylord Simpson, Charles Singer,Stephen Spender, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Niko Tinbergen, Otto Warburg, H.G.Wells, Edmund B. Wilson, Leonard Woolf, and Solly Zuckerman.


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