Record

Reference numberCD/30
Alternative reference numberCD 321-357
LevelFile
TitleDocuments on Charles Walker: controversy over illustrations to paper, for the consideration of the Royal Society's Council
Date1906-1907
DescriptionPapers containing correspondence between Charles Walker and the Royal Society, discussing the cost of illustrations for his paper 'The Life History of Leucocytes'. Includes a controversial letter to John Bretland Farmer, which could be taken to imply that somebody at the Royal Society was taking commissions from engravers for illustrations, and the Royal Society's reaction to this.
Extent48 items
FormatManuscript
Typescript
Typescript copy
Printed
Access statusOpen
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