Letters from G.R. Crotch to Emily Coulden, 1 November 1872 - 8 June 1874, transcribed by the recipient, c. 1874. There are also copies in Coulden's hand of two letters from Mrs Lesley to Coulden, 8 and 23 June 1874, fos 28 and 29. At fos i-v are Coulden's notice of Crotch, and, at the end, a letter from Edward W. Janson to John Willis Clark, 12 February 1875. There are 20 items in total, comprising 35 folios.
George Robert Crotch: Letters to Emily Coulden
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George Robert Crotch (1842-1874) was a zoologist who collected insects on the west coast of North American.
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Presented by Augusut Theodore Bartholomew, 1913.
Description compiled by Robert Steiner, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives.
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