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Robertson, Alan, 1920-1989 (English population geneticist)

 Person

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Biographical Information on Institute Staff, c.1930-1933

 File — Box: EUA-A-65, Box: data_value_missing_61ada11aba2f2046ddd5e67ed247d4aa, Box: data_value_missing_e70d76e9a08956b45b77104a63785c8a
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/A1/5/4
Scope and Contents Contains: bound typescript with handwritten annotations, titled 'Animal Breeding Research Department: List of Publications 1920-' (c.1930); typescript titled 'C.H Waddington - Publications 1929-1975'; photocopied typescript titled 'Publications of C.H Waddington 1963-1975'; typescript titled 'Publications of A. Robertson' (1949-1988); items of...
Dates: c.1930-1933

Correspondence with Victor Lord Rothschild, 1946-1958

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Identifier: Coll-41/5/3/5
Scope and Contents Rothschild was Chairman of the Agricultural Research Council from 1948 to 1958, therefore much of the correspondence concerns various related issues of research and other professional matters. The material also includes a copy of a typescript report from 1949 concerning the policy for artificial insemination centres, based on work done by A. Robertson and J.M Rendel at the Animal Breeding and Genetics Research Organisation on the implications of artificial insemination for the breeding of dairy...
Dates: 1946-1958

Group photograph from the Poultry Breeders' Roundtable, Chicago, 1955, 1955

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Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/A1/8/5
Scope and Contents The photograph features Gordon Dickerson, Douglas Falconer, Jay Lush, Alan Robertson and Forbes Robertson. The photograph enclosure is inscribed 'Dr Falconer we have thoroughly enjoyed your talk' by Gordon D. Rapp, Poultry Breeders Roundtable and signed March 1955.
Dates: 1955

Informal group photograph of Sewall Wright, James Rendel, Alan Robertson and one unidentified individual, undated, c.1955

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Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/A1/8/6
Scope and Contents From the Series: With one exception, this collection of photographs chiefly features staff from the Institute of Animal Genetics.
Dates: c.1955

Institute staff particulars, 1946-1950

 File — Box: EUA-A-65, Box: data_value_missing_e71748c0669dc4d524625c2a610ed07c, Box: data_value_missing_e726ec138d29fc94b541da6493930bdc
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/A1/6/2
Scope and Contents Contains completed staff particular forms of various Institute scientific and technical staff members, including: Charlotte Auerbach, Geoffrey Beale, Richard Alan Beatty, Thomas Carter, Douglas Falconer, Eric Reeve, J.M Rendel, Alan Robertson, Forbes Robertson and James Sang.
Dates: 1946-1950

Notebook titled 'Dros' containing laboratory data relating to experiments with "Drosophila" mutants, [c.1953]

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Identifier: Coll-41/1/16
Scope and Contents Notebook cover marked 'S.O Book 124 Supplied for the Public Service'. The volume is undated, although it contains references to Alan Robertson, George Clayton and Forbes Robertson, all of whom were working in the Institute of Animal Genetics in the 1950s. Clayton and Alan Robertson collaborated on Drosophila work from 1953 onwards, so it is likely that this volume dates from around this period. It appears from the notes that Waddington was collecting data...
Dates: [c.1953]

Photograph album presented to Waddington by Institute staff on his 50th birthday, November 1955

 Item — Box: EUA IN1/ACU/A1/6/4
Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/A1/6/4
Scope and Contents The volume contains various group and individual photographs of the Institute staff, as well as original paintings and drawings of Waddington in the mock-styles of various artists by Ruth Clayton and E.D Roberts. Some of the individuals feaured in the photographs are: Charlotte Auerbach, Boris Balinsky, Geoffrey Beale, Richard Alan Beatty, Alick Buchanan-Smith, George and Ruth Clayton, Hugh Donald, Douglas Falconer, Alan Greenwood, Henry Kacser, Mary Lyon, Eric Lucey, Margaret Perry, Alan...
Dates: November 1955

Three photographic portraits of Alan Robertson, c.1960-c.1980

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Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/A1/8/8
Scope and Contents 1 portrait is duplicated. Photographs undated and unattributed.
Dates: c.1960-c.1980