Reference numberMS/787/1/83
TitleLetter from George Robert Vine junior, 112 Hill Top, Attercliffe, Sheffield, to [Henry Bowman Brady]
Date18 July 1879
DescriptionHad been working on foraminifera from localities besides Brockley, alongside his father who had been studying the Polyzoa and other organisms. Found various organisms in various localities and with the help of Brady's monograph had been able to name nearly all the specimens. Had also found species not mentioned in Brady's list of the distribution of species. Describes various species and his findings. Asks Brady to send his brother, George Stewardson Brady's address as Vine's father wanted to ask him something. Asks whether Brady had any foraminifera from the Yarra Yarra district of Australia, and if not, if Brady would like him to send 20 or so species mounted in rosewood like the slide sent. Has 32 species with 103 figures, which he would send Brady. Adds in a postscript a list of foraminifera he had discovered in North Wales.
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusOpen
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