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Frank Chance


The Darwin archive not only contains letters, manuscript material, photographs, books and articles but also all sorts of small, dry specimens, mostly enclosed with letters. Many of these enclosures have become separated from the letters or lost altogether,…

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  • edited two letters from the physiologist and Hebrew scholar Frank Chance (182697). The first is
  • W. B. Tegetmeier, 25 April [1871] . In his letter Chance is responding to the following passage in
  • of a lighter tint, being often reddish. Chance held himself up as an exception to this
  • hair & another from my beard & whiskers. (Letter from Frank Chance, [before 25
  • very rare. When we were editing volume 19 (1871), Chances enclosure of beard and scalp
  • issue of hair colour, but this time in ponies in England. Chance enclosed samples of hair from the
  • but has actually turned \quite white\ (Letter from Frank Chance, 31 July7 August 1873 ) …
  • the same package were the beautifully preserved samples of Chances beard and scalp hair. CD
  • from his penchant for hair, we do not know much else about Frank Chance. A very short obituary

ESHS 2018: 19th century scientific correspondence networks


Sunday 16 September, 16:00-18.00, Institute of Education, Room 802   Session chair: Paul White (Darwin Correspondence Project); Discussion chair: Francis Neary (Darwin Correspondence Project) This session marks the formal launch of Ɛpsilon …

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  • … is missing. Although digital correspondences offer the chance to re-associate material separated by …
  • … Societies, and the Fulbright Program.   Frank James, ‘Digitising Faraday’ …
  • … decades, culminating in the launch of epsilon. Frank James is Professor of the …

Darwin’s observations on his children


Charles Darwin’s observations on the development of his children,[1] began the research that culminated in his book The Expression of the emotions in man and Animals, published in 1872, and his article ‘A biographical sketch of an infant’, published in…

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  • … old, smiled, but certainly not from pleasure, but merely a chance movement of muscles, without a …
  • … at my working time, when he knew there was very little chance of my coming out, & said “Well …
  • … is given. [57] Emma Darwin’s brother Francis (Frank) Wedgwood lived at Etruria Hall, …