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From:
Bellerby ("Harry") Lowerison
To:
[unknown person]
Date:
1899-1913
Source of text:
British Library, The: BL Add. 46442 f. 231
Summary:

No summary available.

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Alfred Russel Wallace Correspondence Project
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From:
Alfred Russel Wallace
To:
Frederick ("Fred") Birch
Date:
1899-1902?
Source of text:
Natural History Museum, London: NHM Catkey-418471
Summary:

Thanks Birch for his letter and tells him not to trouble about the photo of a moraine as his book is at the printers, although he could use it in a second edition.

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From:
Alfred Russel Wallace
To:
Ebenezer Howard
Date:
1899?
Source of text:
Wallace, A. R. (1899). Garden city. Land and Labour : 114 : 38
Summary:

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From:
Alfred Russel Wallace
To:
William Greenell Wallace [ARW's son]
Date:
6 January 1899
Source of text:
Natural History Museum, London: NHM WP1/1/28
Summary:

Discusses William's letter of December 16th [1898] and his plans for winter in America, advice to go south to New Mexico; comments on his news of Mac; Mac's coal-measuring machine; plans for electric tram from Bournemouth to Poole, ARW objects to line through Parkstone; no electric light at Parkstone; damage to garden when drains connected; disadvantages of growing under glass; American papers Coming Nation, American Fabian and The Commonwealth; The Clarion, McGinnis, Robert Blatchford; plans to start work in about a years time on new edition of Wonderful Century and to start autobiography soon; Violet at the Schulz's, enclosing some verses by her and a card from her showing villages near Pössneck (neither present).

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From:
William Storrs Fox
To:
Alfred Russel Wallace
Date:
21 January 1899
Source of text:
Natural History Museum, London: NHM WP6/12/12
Summary:

No summary available.

Contributor:
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From:
Alfred Russel Wallace
To:
James Edmund Harting
Date:
21 January 1899
Source of text:
American Philosophical Society: Alfred Russel Wallace Collection MSS.B.W15a
Summary:

No summary available.

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From:
Alfred Russel Wallace
To:
William Storrs Fox
Date:
23 January 1899
Source of text:
John Buss (private collection)
Summary:

No summary available.

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From:
Alfred Russel Wallace
To:
Violet Isabel Wallace
Date:
23 January 1899
Source of text:
Natural History Museum, London: NHM WP1/2/119
Summary:

Her birthday; drainage work; visit from Miss D'Arcy; Swanley Gardening College and gardening as a profession for women; news of her brother William who has sent the mounted head of a deer; Clarion and Chronicle.

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From:
Alfred Russel Wallace
To:
William Storrs Fox
Date:
28 January 1899
Source of text:
John Buss (private collection)
Summary:

No summary available.

Contributor:
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From:
Henrietta McNeil Gorringe (née O’Hara)
To:
Alfred Russel Wallace
Date:
6 February [1899]
Source of text:
  • Natural History Museum, London: NHM WP1/8/178
  • Natural History Museum, London: NHM WP1/8/178
Summary:

No summary available.

Contributor:
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From:
William L. Shirra
To:
Alfred Russel Wallace
Date:
8 February 1899
Source of text:
  • Natural History Museum, London: NHM WP6/8/27(1)
  • Natural History Museum, London: NHM WP6/8/27(3)
  • Natural History Museum, London: NHM WP6/8/27(2)
Summary:

With names and some details of members of a Wallace family in the Stirling area c.1748-1864.

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From:
Alfred Russel Wallace
To:
William Greenell Wallace [ARW's son]
Date:
9 February 1899
Source of text:
Natural History Museum, London: NHM WP1/1/165
Summary:

William's letter from America describing Mack's (sic) machine; misinterpretation of ARW's letter, he does not think William wasting his time in America but should move somewhere more interesting; ARW's health better, asthmatic cough going away; planting in garden; search for details of Wallace Scottish ancestors and Greenell family for autobiography, information from headmaster of Hertford Grammar School; fate of three family portraits, Mr and Mrs Gorringe, the current owners of one of the architect William Greenell refuse permission for it to be photographed, asks William to intercede on his return; Miss Evans wants American stamps; William's finances; Socialism in America.

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From:
Alfred Russel Wallace
To:
Alexander James Montgomerie Bell
Date:
14 February 1899
Source of text:
Yale University, Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library: Ms Coll 49. b. 4 Si-Z
Summary:

No summary available.

Contributor:
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From:
Alfred Russel Wallace
To:
Violet Isabel Wallace
Date:
14 February 1899
Source of text:
Natural History Museum, London: NHM WP1/2/120
Summary:

Her plans to return to England, possibility of visiting the Burrell's, German schools, future career; ARW researching family genealogy for his autobiography, Mrs Gorringe's refusal to supply a photograph of his great-great uncle William Greenell; local house sales; the Evanses, Miss Roberts; Mrs Symonds, Miss North.

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From:
St George Jackson Mivart
To:
[unknown person]
Date:
26 February 1899
Source of text:
Kohler collection (private collection)
Summary:

No summary available.

Contributor:
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From:
Alfred Russel Wallace
To:
William Greenell Wallace [ARW's son]
Date:
28 February 1899
Source of text:
Natural History Museum, London: NHM WP1/1/166
Summary:

William's letters from America, death of his horse, snowshoes, severe winter in New York; "Ardmore" still not sold; gathering material for autobiography, does William know whereabouts of steel seal and inscription on family ring, intends to visit a Dorset clergyman who owns a painting of a member of the Wallace family and if possible photograph for the book; bulbs and seeds ordered for garden; apparent loss of books and magazines in post; William's intention to start a business in Bournemouth [with Ma]); ARW writing on white men in the tropics for the New York Independent; writing on Craig's History of Ralahine, Irish cooperative farm 1831-33, to publicise a successful experiment in Socialism.

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From:
Alfred Russel Wallace
To:
Romesh Chunder Dutt
Date:
1 March 1899
Source of text:
Gupta, J. N. (1911). In: Life and Work of Romesh Chunder Dutt, C.I.E . London: J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd. [pp. 267-268]
Summary:

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From:
Alfred Russel Wallace
To:
James Cossar Ewart
Date:
7 March 1899
Source of text:
Edinburgh University Library: GB 237 Coll-14/9/5/16
Summary:

No summary available.

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From:
Alfred Russel Wallace
To:
Romesh Chunder Dutt
Date:
8 March 1899
Source of text:
Gupta, J. N. (1911). In: Life and Work of Romesh Chunder Dutt, C.I.E . London: J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd. [pp. 268-269]
Summary:

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Contributor:
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From:
Alfred Russel Wallace
To:
Violet Isabel Wallace
Date:
8 March 1899
Source of text:
  • Natural History Museum, London: NHM WP1/2/121
  • Wallace, W. G. & Wallace, V. (1916). Part IV. Home Life. 103-138. In: Marchant, J. (Ed.). Alfred Russel Wallace; Letters and Reminiscences. Vol. 2. London & New York: Cassell & Co. [pp. 116-117]
Summary:

Possibility of teaching posts for her in Cardiff or Oxted and school visits in Jena (Germany); sending her a copies of the Humanitarian, an Anglo-Russian paper and a German psychical paper; writing an article on an Irish cooperative farm to illustrate socialism and an article for the Fortnightly; Wonderful Century not yet in German; comparison of the Maha Bharata and the Iliad; unidentifiable beetle; English tea.

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