Cunningham, Daniel John, 1850-1909 (professor of anatomy, Trinity College Dublin)
Found in 72 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Folder of press cuttings relating to Daniel John Cunningham's work and career.
Dates: 1872 - 1903
Scope and Contents Green notebook entitled "Notes on the Stomach" notes on the literature, draft of lecture on the stomach with notes of accompanying slides.
Dates: c 1906
Scope and Contents Irish Inland Fisheries Commission: typescript of Daniel Cunningham's evidence given before the Commission, final report of the Commission, miscellaneous printed material, correspondence with editor of The Field.
Scope and Contents Lectures and addresses on unidentified occasions. The lectures are on scientific subjects, mainly the brain.
Scope and Contents Letter from Daniel Cunningham to James Geikie, decribing a trip to Egypt (taken in the hope it would restore his health) and enclosing 4 photographs of himself at the pyramids.
Scope and Contents From W. Waldeyer (2 letters and 1 postcard signed by Waldeyer and others)
Dates: 1899, 1909
Scope and Contents From Arthur Balfour (2 letters).
Letters from Bram (Abraham) Stoker, Francis John Shepherd, Johnson Symington, J.G. Garson, A. Birmingham, Rt. Hon. William Edward Hartpole Lecky, Howard Ensor, Arthur John Bigge, Baron Stamfordham, W Cecil, 1892 - 1900
Scope and Contents From Bram (Abraham) Stoker (1892); Francis John Shepherd (1892); Johnson Symington (1893); J.G. Garson (1893); A. Birmingham (1896); Rt. Hon. William Edward Hartpole Lecky (1896, 1901); Howard Ensor (1900); Arthur John Bigge, Baron Stamfordham (2 letters) (1900); W Cecil (1900).
Dates: 1892 - 1900
Scope and Contents From Eng. Dubois (11 letters)
Dates: 1895-1896, 1908
Letters from George Francis Fitzgeral, Sir John Batty Tuke, Sir William Henry Flower, Samuel Haughton, George Ferdinand Shaw, L. Destuy (?), Sir Francis Galton, C.A.J. Renard, Sir James Paget, 1890-1892
Scope and Contents From George Francis Fitzgeral (1890); Sir John Batty Tuke (1890); Sir William Henry Flower (1890); Samuel Haughton (2 letters) (1891); George Ferdinand Shaw (1891); L. Destuy (?) (1891); Sir Francis Galton (1891); C.A.J. Renard (1892); Sir James Paget (1892).