Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = TD,Use For = Expeditions, Scientific ; Scientific voyages ; Travels ; Voyages, Scientific
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The Archives of Christian Salvesen Ltd. span well over one hundred years from the 1850s to the 1960s. The deposit contains ledgers, private journals, cash books, invoice books, letter books, day books, official files, station records, stock books and accounts, correspondence and documents, order books, records of telegrams of Turnbull, Salvesen & Co., Christian Salvesen & Co., and South Georgia Co., and various subsidiary companies. There is material relating to Salvesen ships...
Scope and Contents The Correspondence from Emmanuel De Margarie sub-series consists of:
- 18 letters, chronologically arranged (1883-1907)
Scope and Contents The Correspondence: John Phillips to Frederick William Rudler sub-series consists of:
- 40 letters, alphabetically arranged (1845-1901)
Four autograph letters signed from Edward Ryan to Charles Lyell and Mary Horner Lyell, and one portrait photograph
Fonds — Box CLX-A-1593
Scope and Contents This collection consists of four autograph letters signed from Edward Ryan to Charles Lyell and Mary Horner Lyell. Brighton, Kensington and Bannouth, 3 September 1854, 9 March 1857, 27 December 1859 and 30 August 1872. With a portrait photograph mounted on cardboard carrier.The letter sent to Charles Lyell concerns the appointment of a naturalist for the 1860 China expedition possibly desired by Charles Darwin and Lyell. Edward Ryan expresses difficulty in obtaining the required...
Dates: 3 September 1854 - 30 August 1872
Scope and Contents At Gen.28-31 the Challenger Papers contain sheets of plates illustrating various marine life forms, and original drawings of marine life forms; engravings, lithographs, photographs, etc. of marine life forms; drawing and engravings of Challenger equipment; and, statistical material, graphs, charts and maps. There are drawings, engravings and photographs of Challenger personnel at various tasks, and of Challenger and its interiors; and, pictures of people and places (not Challenger personnel),...
Scope and Contents Le Souef acknowledges safe receipt of the cloth. He writes that he has enjoyed his shooting trip and is reluctant to leave, but he will be sailing for France shortly. The Wild Animals of Australasia has just come out and he hopes it will prove useful to zoologists. He is organising a long trip through North Australia where he hopes to collect many new specimens of animals before they are wiped out.
Dates: 12 November 1926
Scope and Contents Buck sends Christmas greetings to the Ewarts and reminisces about their meeting at the Pan-Pacific Science Congress in Australia. He writes that the Board of Maori Ethnological Research has been busy and that they have established a Maori Improvement Fund to promote practical and higher education among the Maori people. He also reports that the Government has granted him leave to accompany an American scientific expedition into Polynesia.
Dates: 23 December 1924
Scope and Contents Le Souef writes that he hopes the Australian Prime Minister will find the time to see the research work in progress at Edinburgh and Aberdeen. He advises Ewart to emphasise the necessity of 'bridging the gap between the universities and the pastoralists so that the benefits of research can be put into practice.' Le Souef will be extending his proposed trip to North Australia in order to visit a large fresh water lake near Alice Springs to look up a large carnivorous animal which is at present...
Dates: 23 November 1926
Scope and Contents Herdman responds to Ewart's enquiries about himself by claiming that he had nothing to do with the HMS Challenger expedition, although he was one of Wyville Thomson's 'young men' at the 'Challenger Office'. He goes on to describe his work on the Tunicata collected on the voyage, and provides some more biographical information.
Dates: 25 June 1915
Scope and Contents Mortensen writes concerning his query about P. phiale, a type of Pourtalesia, which he is trying to identify correctly from Wyville Thomson's description in his 'Memoir on the Echinoidea of the Porcupine Expedition' (1874) and from A. Agasse's report on the Challenger expedition. He asks if Ewart whether the 'Edinburgh Museum' might have a specimen for him to compare with his own.
Dates: 28 June 1906