Irish National Stud
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Greer writes that he would be delighted to meet Ewart to discuss aspects of national horse breeding, and that he hopes Ewart will one day come to Ireland to visit the National Stud. Otherwise, he himself will shortly visit London.
Dollman writes that he will send on the photographs Ewart requires as soon as possible. The photographer at the Natural History Museum has already sent photographs of the skull of Ovis sairensis. Dollman provides the measurements of the horns on the specimen.
The reverse of the page contains Ewart's handwritten notes concerning prehistoric settlements.
Woodward writes that he and his colleagues at the British Museum (Natural History) have examined the equine skulls and found that the shape of the occipital condyles to be variable. The approximation of the condyles in the middle line is especially marked in Hipparion, although he is unable to explain this.