Henry Bernard Davis Kettlewell - List of Correspondence

The correspondence, covering the years 1936-1979, includes copies of many of Kettlewell's own letters. Correspondents include: Sir Gavin de Beer, Sir Isaiah Berlin, Sir Lawrence Bragg, Sir Cyril Clarke, E.A. Cockayne, Armand and Michaela Denis, T. Dobzhansky, E.B. Ford, J.B.S. Haldane, Sir Alister Hardy, J.W. Heslop Harrison, Sir Julian Huxley, W. Le Gros Clarke, N.D. Riley, Hon. Miriam Rothschild, S.G. Castle Russell, P.M. Sheppard, N. Tinbergen, E.P. Wiltshire and Baron C. de Worms.

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In February 2000 the Kettlewell Archive was transferred to the Department of Special Collections & Western Manuscripts, Bodleian Library. Enquiries concerning access to the archive should be directed to:

Department of Special Collections & Western Manuscripts,
Bodleian Library,
Broad Street,

Oxford OX1 3BG
Phone: 01865 277158
Fax: 01865 277182
email:western.manuscripts@bodley.ox.ac.uk
http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/dept/scwmss/

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