Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
The Correspondence from Alfred Elis Törnebohm sub-series consists of:
- letters (with enclosed diagrams, maps and a photograph), chronologically arranged (1883-1902)
Photograph of a Fjreldras cow, 'an ancient Swedish breed of White-Polled cattle with black points' standing in a field at an agricultural show in the early 20th century.
Photograph of the dairy cow, Flora in Aranas, Sweden in the late 19th or early 20th century. Her first calf gave 7400 lbs milk and 4.20 percent fat.
Newspaper cutting from the Scotsman, Verus et Utilis, The British Scientific Association, 8 October 1834
Printed article regarding the proceedings of a meeting of the British Scientific Association mentioning a visit by Sir Charles Lyell to Sweden, the publication of a geological map of Scotland, freshwater limestone and Kirkton Quarry, 8 October 1834.
Photograph of 'the electric flame which extracts the nitrogen from the atmosphere' for nitrate of lime, the 'best nitrogenous manure in use' in Sweden in the early 20th century.