Crew, F. A. E. (Francis Albert Eley), 1888-1973 -- Correspondence
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Contains: letter from F.A.E Crew to Greenwood handing over control of the Institute of Animal Genetics due to the Second World War (February 1940); newspaper clippings (1942-1946); certificate and photographs relating to Greenwood's Home Guard service (1940-1944); report listing poultry research centres in America, material relating to the 8th World's Poultry Congress, Copenhagen (August 1948); various correspondence, photographs newspaper clippings and articles.
Collection of inserts - letters, notes, printed items - found in titles in the library of F. A. E. Crew
The correspondence deals with Greenwood's experimental work, the establishing and furnishing of the Poultry Research Centre, staff and salary matters. Also present are two items of correspondence from the PRC to Greenwood's widow Josephine Greenwood (1984) concerning her late husband's biographical details.
The file contains: correspondence with the University of Edinburgh concerning the post of Chair of Animal Genetics, including an offer letter (December 1946); papers relating to salary, lectures and proposed arrangements for the Institute of Animal Genetics such as accommodation. Also present is correspondence from individuals including F.A.E Crew, James Ritchie and R.G White.
The material also contains a list of the books bequeathed to the Institute by Crew, and related correspondence, including two letters from Crew to Waddington about the bequest, and letters between the Institute and Crew's family about the eventual despatch of the books. There is also present a copy of Waddington's additional note on Crew's obituary which he sent to The Times.
Correspondence regarding Geoffrey Beale's collation of research materials concerning Charlotte Auerbach, 1992-1995
Crew congratulates Ewart on his 80th birthday and writes that 'so long as biology exists,so long will your name be quoted.'