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Letter to James Cossar Ewart from F.H.A Marshall and notes on 'Biological Research IV', 02 August 1904

Identifier: Coll-14/9/10/79

Scope and Contents

Marshall writes that T.G Carmichael says he can get [Henry B.] Marshall to join the Committee and that he would also try Sir John Gilmour. Marshall writes that he will try his Cambridge contacts, but that he would rather stay outside the Committee.

There is also a page of notes (incomplete and undated) titled 'Biological Research IV' by F.H.A Marshall detailing the contents of a letter from William Bateson in support of biological research.


  • Creation: 02 August 1904


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2 leaves

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Biographical / Historical

Gibson-Carmichael, E.A Schafer and F.H.A Marshall's paper 'The Establishment of a Research Institute' was published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 25 (2) 1174 in 1904.


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