Professional correspondence, 1946-2000
Scope and Contents
Chiefly contains correspondence with professional colleagues and students, the Royal Society (generally concerning proposals for Fellowships) and the Genetics Department at the University of California, Berkeley. Subjects include Beale's early career, applications for positions, army service and plans for the Protozoan Genetics building on Edinburgh's King's Buildings site.
Except where noted, copies of Beale's replies are usually present.
- Creation: 1946-2000
Language of Materials
Conditions Governing Access
Open. Where noted, the researcher may be required to complete a Data Protection undertaking form. A small amount of material is restricted and cannot be produced.
CLX-A-1284 - CLX-A-1285
- From the Fonds: Beale, Geoffrey Herbert, 1913-2009 (founder of malaria genetics, Royal Society professor) (Person)