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Correspondence with individuals: Hall, A.D., 1930-1946

MS. Darlington c. 109/J.90

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Hall succeeded Bateson as director of John Innes in 1927 when he was sixty-three. He retired in 1939 at the age of seventy-five. Darlington succeeded him as director.

Material includes: a letter from Ramsay MacDonald (1930) expressing disappointment that 'no well-thought-out scheme for purchasing and marketing has been produced'; a lecture by Hall 'The cultural and social values of science' (1935); correspondence re Russian science (1937); correspondence on tulips (1942); request to Darlington to write a biography of Hall (1944); his recollections of Hall (1946).


  • 1930-1946


1 file

Language of Materials

  • English


MS. Darlington c. 109/J.90

Former reference:

CSAC 106.3.85/J.90

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