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

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

34.17 Female, Single, 15-24 yrs, Psychopathic personality, February 1946

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/33
Scope and Contents "This girl is said to be man daft. She worked as a domestic on a farm but disappeared and was found with soldiers. Then stole some underwear and again disappeared; was again found with soldiers. Has no house training and her habits are very bad. Mother is a very masculine type, not a typical woman, works in the fields, won't do housework, untidy and permanently worried over her family. Known to NSSPCC and Sanitary Inspector."
Relatives in survey: 34.18
Dates: Other: February 1946

35.21 Female, Married, 55-64 yrs, Senile and Arterio-sclerotic psychoses, June 1947

Identifier: EUA IN1/ACU/S2/17/1/34
Scope and Contents "Said to behave strangely. Her cousin shot his fiance. They never go to church or to dances? One daughter died of TB. The daughters are farm workers, great hefty creatures, like men. Dirty house. Dr says she is OK but the family are harum-scarum. One or two of the children have illegitimates. Minister says she is failing, has had many children, a very hard working woman. Husband decent, turns everything he touches into money. He is too fond of money but optimistic and nice to talk to."
Dates: Other: June 1947

Letter to Innes Mackay, solicitors, from John Fraser, 23 July 1902

Identifier: Coll-14/9/8/61
Scope and Contents Fraser describes the birth of a wild lamb (possibly a sheep/goat hybrid) on the Inverinate estate, and his attempts to capture it to discover its gender. He also thanks the solicitors for their information regarding the boundary of the salmon fishing in Loch Duich belonging to Sir Keith Fraser, and mentions problems with poachers on the estate.
Dates: 23 July 1902

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Colonel George A. Oliphant, 26 May 1909

Identifier: Coll-14/9/15/15
Scope and Contents Oliphant writes that one of the Przewalski's mares has died after miscarrying her foal. He asks if Ewart could let them have the use of his Przewalski's mare that season to keep the race going. He reports that a Przewalski's foal and two hybrids have been born, but they have not yet been able to approach them to ascertain their gender.
Dates: 26 May 1909

Letter to James Cossar Ewart from Frank Challice Constable, 16 July 1902

Identifier: Coll-14/9/8/59
Scope and Contents Constable writes concerning the contents of a letter he had sent to Nature relating to the possible connection between the time of copulation of human parents and the sex of the resulting offspring. In an attempt to prove that environmental rather than genital distinctions more greatly influence the gender of a person, he goes on to cite the example of a woman, brought up as a man, and who, to all intents and purposes, showed the distinguishing characteristics of a...
Dates: 16 July 1902