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Lectures and Lecturing

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = NAHSTE

Found in 257 Collections and/or Records:

Letter to ['Dear Sir'] from Sir Donald Francis Tovey, c1900

Identifier: Coll-411/1/1/L680
Scope and Contents Letter, [n.d], Donald Tovey to ['Dear Sir']. Tovey explaining what he will lecture on and how he plans to illustrate his lecture. Typescript, may refer to a course of lectures to be given at The Royal Institution.
Dates: c1900

Letter to Dr [Joseph Dalton] Hooker from Charles James Bunbury, 11 November 1854

Identifier: Coll-203/2/folio(s) 33-35
Scope and Contents Letter to Dr [Joseph Dalton] Hooker from Charles James Bunbury full of social chat, he mentions that "Mr Bunbury" [Henry Edward Bunbury, his father] gave a lecture to the Bury Atheneum on his recent trip to Madeira and Tenerife. He includes notes entitled " The Neutral Point of Sir C Lyell's Barometer", 11 November 1854.
Dates: 11 November 1854

Letter to Dr Mary Gardner Grierson from Margaret. N. O Baily, 25 May 1952

Identifier: Coll-411/1/1/L2013
Scope and Contents Letter, 25 May 1952, Edinburgh, Margaret. N. O Baily to Mary Grierson. Advertising lectures on opera, suggesting the University music faculty do some preparatory festival work, praising Grierson's biography on Tovey. Holograph signed, with stamped envelope.
Dates: 25 May 1952

Letter to Henry John Elwes from James Cossar Ewart, 13 January 1913

Identifier: Coll-14/9/19/4
Scope and Contents Ewart writes that the account for the sheep from Cheltenham has already been paid. He tells Elwes to make a note of anything interesting on his travels, and if Elwes is back by March they may meet at the Zoological Congress in Monte Carlo. He reports that Elwes' two fat-rumped sheep and a dozen more ewes seem to be in lamb to the fat-tailed ram, and that the cloth Elwes sent is much admired. Now that Ewart's lectures are over for the winter he hopes to get some writing done.
Dates: 13 January 1913

Letter to Henry John Elwes from James Cossar Ewart, 13 March 1913

Identifier: Coll-14/9/19/14
Scope and Contents Ewart writes concerning a paper which has gone missing in the post. Some of Elwes' lambs have been infected with parasites and are paralysed. He asks whether Elwes would like to give a couple of lectures indicating what vets should know about sheep as part of a course Ewart is organising.
Dates: 13 March 1913

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from A. Irving, 22 September 1913

Identifier: Coll-14/9/19/46
Scope and Contents Irving writes that he could not get hold of any copies of the abstract of his paper on the Solutré horse, but that his presentation of it went well. He acknowledges Ewart's help with his work with the Equus robustus.
Dates: 22 September 1913

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from A. Irving, 30 September 1913

Identifier: Coll-14/9/19/50
Scope and Contents Irving writes that since he read his paper on the Solutré horse at Birmingham, another molar of Equus robustus has been excavated, and provides measurements. He asks for Ewart's advice on publishing his paper.
Dates: 30 September 1913

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from A.J Pressland, 27 January 1899

Identifier: Coll-14/9/5/6
Scope and Contents Pressland offers information on heredity, following a paper Ewart gave at the Royal Society in London. He cites several instances of cattle with exceptional colouring.
Dates: 27 January 1899

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Aldred F. Barker, 12 February 1921

Identifier: Coll-14/9/27/2
Scope and Contents Barker invites Ewart to present his work on feathers at an open evening at the University of Leeds Department of Textiles, for the purposes of raising the profile of the Department within the University.
Dates: 12 February 1921

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Alfred Charles True, 08 October 1909

Identifier: Coll-14/9/15/26
Scope and Contents True invites Ewart to become a member of the Graduate School of Agriculture, organised by the Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations, and asks him to deliver a course of five lectures and two seminars during the session in Iowa in July 1910.
Dates: 08 October 1909