Papers, ca. 1875-1924.


Papers, ca. 1875-1924.

Selected by William Coleman, this collection contains correspondence from Bateson to his wife, Catharine, and to his colleagues, such as Francis Galton, E. Roy Lankester, Alfred Newton, and Charles Scott Sherrington; lectures given between 1897-1904; and some genealogical and miscellaneous material.

6 microfilm reels.

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