Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = TD
Found in 147 Collections and/or Records:
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Thomas Vale, 30 March 1926
Scope and Contents Vale makes another request for the papers he sent to Ewart to be returned.
Dates: 30 March 1926
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from W. Coldstream, 11 September 1902
Scope and Contents Coldstream enquires whether Ewart might consider publishing his paper Reminiscences of Professor Allman. He states that he is also trying to compile information about his late father, who contributed to the Encyclopedia of Physiology, and asks if Ewart is familiar with this.
Dates: 11 September 1902
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from W. Koppers, 03 January 1927
Scope and Contents Koppers has heard from Breuil of Ewart's articles about domesticated animals and asks whether Ewart would consider publishing any in Anthropos.
Dates: 03 January 1927
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from W. Wray Skilbeck, 12 May 1917
Scope and Contents Skilbeck writes that he would be glad to have Ewart's article on the subject of clean milk and the saving of infant life. He has written to Lord Selbourne to ask him to send the article to him.
Dates: 12 May 1917
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Walter Heape, 23 December 1915
Scope and Contents Heape thanks Ewart for his paper on the Development of the Horse, which he considers an interesting contribution to embryological work.
Dates: 23 December 1915
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, 11 August 1897
Scope and Contents Blunt quotes from an article he is writing for the Encyclopaedia of Sport where he discusses the possible origins of the species of Arabian wild horse called 'Kehailan'. He asks if he Ewart can direct him to any of his (Ewart's) publications about this case which he can cite in the article.
Dates: 11 August 1897
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, 22 July 1900
Scope and Contents Blunt states that he is returning Thomas Huxley's American addresses, which Ewart had loaned him. He also asks Ewart's opinion of his article in the August number of the XIXth Century, 'How to Breed Horses for War'.
Dates: 22 July 1900
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from William Bernhard Tegetmeier, 19 August 1896
Scope and Contents Tegetmeier thanks Ewart for his article on zebra mule hybrids. He also asks Ewart for a photograph of the hybrid for publication (in The Field newspaper, which Tegetmeier edits) and congratulates Ewart on his 'satisfactory experiment both from a scientific and economic point of view.' Tegetmeier states that he regards the zebra mule as being of great importance as all the other Burchell zebra hybrids he has seen were hinnies or jennets.
Dates: 19 August 1896
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from William Bernhard Tegetmeier, 31 October 1900
Scope and Contents Tegetmeier thanks him for his recent letter and explaining that he has mislaid the book that Ewart lent him. He thanks him for the letters from Brazil and says he would be privileged to publish extracts from Ewart's article. He praises the cases opposed to the doctrine of telegony, in relation to humans. He cites the example of a family in the Finchley district, and details their ancestral history.
Dates: 31 October 1900
Letter to James Cossar Ewart from William Boyd Dawkins, 12 December 1910
Scope and Contents Dawkins thanks Ewart for his paper on ancient British horses and states that the horse figured by the cave-man at Cresswell agrees with those figured in the caves of France.
Dates: 12 December 1910