|Title||Letter from Francis Albert Eley Crew, Upton's Mill, Framfield, Sussex, to Reginald Crundall Punnett|
|Date||27 January n.y. [c. 1965?]|
Thank you. They were great days when men felt deeply about hypotheses and theories and were ardent in their defence. I first read J. Arthur Thomson's Heredity in a deep German-built dugout in France in 1917, my studies being frequently interrupted and my attention inclined to wander.
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|NA1878||Crew; Francis Albert Eley (1886 - 1973)||1886 - 1973|