Ewart, George Arthur, 1886-1942 (surgeon)
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Contains: letters to Ewart from his son G.A ('Arthur') Ewart; reports to Ewart about Arthur from Clifton College, including two school reports; one letter to Ewart from his nephew J.A Ewart' (1902); three letters from a 'J. Ewart' of Edinburgh requesting genealogical info on the Cossar Ewart name (1888-1897); press cutting from the Scotsman containing the text of the Promotor's address at the conferment of Ewart's LL.D degree by the University of Edinburgh (June 29...
Scope and Contents Tait writes regarding the education of Ewart's son, Arthur, who will shortly start learning more modern studies. He states that Arthur has a taste for science and is complimentary about his abilities.
Dates: 14 December 1902
Scope and Contents Hayes describes a forthcoming visit to Manchester Museum with Professor Boyd Dawkins to see the teeth of Equus stenonis. He makes other remarks about the teeth of various mammals and describes a mathematical problem about horse trotting which he has been trying to solve. He mentions some pictures of Barra and Skye ponies which 'Master Arthur' has sent to him for inclusion in his book Points of the Horse. He also mentions that he would like...
Dates: 30 January 1903
Scope and Contents Hayes states that he is enclosing two pulls from blocks that he has made from Ewart's son's photograph of a Norwegian pony.
Dates: 03 September 1902
Scope and Contents Hayes writes that Ewart and 'Master Arthur' will get copies of The Points of the Horse shortly, He reports that he has been in a 'state of mental collapse' since sending the book off to press. He comments disparagingly about Richard Lydekker's recent article in The Field.
Dates: 10 December 1903
Scope and Contents Hayes writes that he has sent 'Master Arthur' a postcard about acquiring backing pads. He writes that he has obtained the head of a horse which was over 44 years of age and offers Ewart photographs of his teeth.
Dates: 21 February 1904
Scope and Contents Hayes states that he has written to some publishers urging them to take the translation. He requests the return of some negatives of wild zebras or asses which he left with Master Arthur. He lists the books that he has lately been studying and suggests a dental formula for the horse.
Dates: 13 November 1902
Scope and Contents Hayes informs Ewart that he is thanking 'Master Arthur' for sending him negatives and prints of a rabbit hybrid. He encloses a chapter on 'Evolution of the Horse' for Ewart's corrections and additions. He goes on to state that he is in the process of drawing up an agreement with the publishers Blackett about the translation of an article.
Dates: 09 January 1903