Found in 169 Collections and/or Records:
Rider thanks Ewart for the letter and books and states that he will shortly send Ewart photographs of two Holstein-Jersey cross-bred heifers and a tail-less calf. He is interested in beginning experiments with Siberian sheep and hopes to be able to exchange ram lambs with Ewart. He wonders whether the Agricultural Society of Scotland would be willing to send some livestock reports to Syracuse University.
Tegetmeier says he has used all the photographs sent to him by Ewart (presumably of the zebra hybrid) for The Field, Sketch and the Livestock Journal.
Probyn writes regarding Ewart's zebra hybrid 'Romulus', which had been offered to the King as a gift. As the King has no further use for the animal, Probyn wishes Wilson to arrange for its shipment.
Dennis writes concerning the breed of sheep known as the Comeback (a Merino and pure Lincoln ram cross, crossed again with Merino rams) and seeks advice on how many generations a flock should be kept pure before being admitted for registration with the Agricultural Department.
Bryans requests that the recipient forwards an undisclosed item to the author of the article 'Zebras, horses and hybrids' (ie Ewart).
Located in A.B.R.O. Reprints 1962 - 1964. Volume 3 of 19.
This photograph likely dates from around the time of The Penycuik Experiments, although the image does not appear in that work. The card mount is marked 'Charles Reid, Gloucester' and bears signs of having been glued to another surface.
This image appeared printed in The Penycuik Experiments (1899). The card mounting here displays signs of being glued within a surround or frame.
Balfour states she is returning Carl Hagenbeck's letter to Ewart. She states she has also written to Lord Stanley in connection with Ewart's hybrids.