Page mounted with photograph of John G. Campbell and William Bolton, injecting a chick in the laboratory, 1949
Scope and Contents
The photographs consist mainly of photographs of Alan Greenwood, staff from the Institute of Animal Genetics and Poultry Research Centre, their relations and visitors, and various events and conferences. There are also a number of photographs showing the construction and opening of the Poultry Research Centre building at Kings Buildings and the sub-station at Easter Bush. There appears to be a combination of official photographs taken, for instance, for a publication, and more informal snapshots. The photographs are mounted on sheets of foolscap paper which have been hole-punched and have presumably been removed from a folder at an earlier stage. The subjects of the pictures are often annotated, probably by Alan Greenwood.
Some sheets have photographs mounted on both sides, while other sheets have clearly had photographs removed. Except where noted, the photographs are in black and white. Many of the photographs are signed 'M.L', which denotes Miron Latyszewski, at that time a research officer at the Institute of Animal Genetics.
- Creation: 1949
Language of Materials
Conditions Governing Access
- Bolton, William, fl1949 (nutritional chemist) (Person)
- Campbell, John G., fl1949 (researcher on the British Empire Cancer Campaign, Poultry Research Centre, Edinburgh) (Person)