Correspondence 1907, 1907
Scope and Contents
Correspondence chiefly concerns Ewart's appointment to the Swiney Lectureship at the British Museum for 1907, the sale of ponies to the Duke of Bedford at Woburn Abbey (and related correspondence with the estate) and the sale of ponies belonging to Alexander McHardy and Lord Arthur Cecil.
Ewart's main publications in this year deal with coat colour in horses, inbreeding in the Barbary Sheep and the common goat and the horse skulls discovered at the Roman fort in Newstead, near Melrose, Scotland.
- Creation: 1907
Language of Materials
Conditions Governing Access
From the Series: 4 boxes
- From the Fonds: Ewart, James Cossar, 1851-1933 (zoologist and professor of natural history, University of Edinburgh) (Person)