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NHM-WP03.003 Notebook: -- Small lined and ruled notebook with "Addresses" faintly visible on front cover and the remains of a brass clasp on back and front boards; containing very approximately personal and corporate names and addresses in A. R. Wallace's hand, with a few printed address lists and labels pasted onto some pages and onto the inside front cover, and lists of people to whom various A. R. Wallace publications or letters were sent (detailed below). Addresses are in alphabetical order by name but divided into categories, (by year?) so that there is more than one section A-Z. Addresses pasted in include a list in newsprint of newspaper offices in London, on the flyleaf underneath a list in A. R. Wallace's hand headed "Paintings". Twelve pages at the back of the book contain gardening notes written upside down relative to the front pages and beginning on the last page of the book. These are a calendar of flowering plants at the Dell, April-May 1873 and 1875, (143-141) list of Cape (South African) heaths each with botanical name, description and time of flowering, (pp. 139-131) and a diagram of plantings c. 1889-1890 (p. 130). A loose business card from Parsons & Hayter, Builders and Estate Agents of Swanage and Wareham, is enclosed between pp 63 and 64. The notebook is approximately 16cm x 9cm, approximately 120 pages, of which 12 between the address and gardening notes section are blank. Notes which are not, or not simply, address lists are: p. 19: Names: Dec 1879, written to about result of Epping Forest Competition. p. 20: Names: To send nationalisation circular (list undated) pp. 39-40: Names: Land Nationalisation bound and paper copies sent to.(At the top of p. 40 is a note of "Diagrams on black calico by Geo. A. Rea [sic]") p. 41: includes a list of Guildford newspapers. p. 42: includes a list of gardeners pp. 43-44: Probable income during 1886-7-8,and Fixed outgoings p.45: Names: Large photos (Portrait?) sent to. pp. 46-47: American addresses (other American addresses occur in the alphabetical sections) p. 48: Miscellaneous U. K names and addresses not in alphabetical order, including V.C. special committee of London Society for the abolition of vaccination. pp. 49-50: Names: Darwinism sent to p. 50; Names: L. N. (Land Nationalisation) Address (sent to?) p. 54: Names: "Expressiveness of Speech", copies sent to p. 55: Names: "Gorge of the Aar", sent to p. 76: includes names: Copies of L.N. address 1895 "Unemployed" sent to p. 79: includes names: Copies new edition of "Island Life" July 1902 sent to p. 106: includes names: Copies of "Is Mars Habitable" sent to p. 108: Names: "Is it peace or war" copies of Public Opinion Aug 14, 1908 sent to Name: Wallace, Alfred Russel, 1823-1913 Notes: I have numbered the pages in pencil in square brackets from  to  beginning with the inside front flyleaf . P J Lucas Feb 2003. 5. Extremely poor condition, broken back, boards loose, flyleaf and some pages at front loose. This is likely to be a very important source of information and conservation should be high priority. PJL 2003
S420 Book contribution: Wallace, A. R. 1890. Testimony to the Royal Commission on vaccination on 26 February , 5 March, 12 March and 21 May 1890. In: Third Report of the Royal Commission Appointed to Inquire Into the Subject of Vaccination; With Minutes of Evidence and Appendices. London: Printed for Her Majesty's Stationery Office by Eyre & Spottiswoode, pp. 6-35, 121-131. Text Image
NHM-WP01.002.008 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet 1890.02.10 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 10 Feb 1890 re Violet's birthday; A. R. Wallace's lecture tour; A. R. Wallace to give evidence before a Royal Commission (on vaccination); local burglary; visitors. Place: Dorset England
NHM-WP01.002.009 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, Mennel Mrs, Homfrays Mrs, Bicknell Dr, Boole Mrs, 1890.03.09 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 9 Mar 1890 re Royal Commission on Vaccination; visit to old friends at Liverpool; Violet's cats, influenza and studies. Place: Dorset England
NHM-WP01.002.011 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, Wallace Eliza, Wallace William Greenell, Benson Mrs 1890.05.19 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 19 May 1890 re spring flowers; family affairs; Vaccination Commission; exam papers. Place: Dorset England Croydon
NHM-WP01.002.055 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, Wallace Annie née Mitten, Wallace William Greenell, Wallace John 1894.11.05 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 5 Nov 1894 re sending insect specimens, shells, Natal spider and its nest, and a live beetle to Violet for teaching purposes; Miss Heath; books for Violet's exams; plans for her "K.G." (kindergarten?), selling "Nutwood" impossible as it brings in £50 a year, income and housing for the family after his death; bad news from California of A. R. Wallace's brother (John) who has cancer, A. R. Wallace suspects vaccination the cause; A. R. Wallace's eyesight. Place: Dorset England
NHM-WP01.002.056 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, ? Eleanor?, Turner ? 1894.11.25 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 25 Nov 1894, re recovery of his eyesight, one still inflamed, lost opportunity to view Mars with his telescope, accumulation of reading, writing and chess playing; discovery of a doctor (Turner) at Poole, who is a fellow orchid enthusiast; request for any spare plants if Violet should visit (orchid house) at Liverpool; purchase of educational books for her; unsuitability of Parkstone house for children, but Eleanor and her child may visit; sending two annotated numbers of the "Vaccination Enquirer", impossibility of trusting doctors or officials on the subject. Place: Dorset England Notes: Annotated in pencil on top of first page in an unknown hand "orchid good".
NHM-WP01.002.095 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, Wallace William Greenell, Brett ?, ? Dunn 1897.10.22 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 22 Oct 1897, re bird behaviour; Violet's expenses and dental treatment; news from her brother William in America; books; "The Arena", A. R. Wallace, Dr Brett and General Dunn buying orchids; anti-vaccination chapter finished, considering publishing as a separate paper. Place: Dorset England Notes: Annotated in blue pencil in an unknown hand "(Big?) orchid"
NHM-WP01.002.096 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, Wallace William Greenell, Wallace Annie née Mitten, Marshall J W, Maclaren Ian, Oakley Mr, MacAlpine G A, Blatchford Robert ("Nunquam"), Swinton A C, Burrell Percy, ? Eleanor 1897.11.24 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 24 Nov 1897, re "Clarion" article on the Pantheon; the Marshall's; A. R. Wallace drawing diagrams for engravings on anti-vaccination; Annie learning to ride tricycle; bicycles; books, author Ian Maclaren, Poole Library; news of Violet's brother William in America; family cats; new neighbours including Mr Oakley; interview for "Bookman"; A. R. Wallace's head read by a phrenologist who also read the photographs of William, Mac, Nunquam (Robert Blatchford), and Mr Swinton; orchids from Burrell; new Argand candle; regards to Eleanor. Place: Denver Colorado USA Dorset England Notes: See sketch for an Argand candle lamp by A. R. Wallace dated Dec 1899
NHM-WP01.002.097 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, ? Eleanor? 1897.12.11 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 11 Dec 1897 re sending moss and flowers; finishing vaccination paper and diagrams; Eleanor's plans for Christmas. Place: Dorset England
BL-Add.Mss46418-46419 Draft: 1898 Autograph draft for "The Wonderful Century" (1898). Vols. V, VI (ff.249, 231). 'The Wonderful Century', first version published 1898. Insertions in the printed text suggest that this MS. was completed before 18 Feb. 1898. Preface, etc., index, and chapter 18, 'Vaccination a Delusion, its Penal Enforcement a Crime', are wanting; a note in Wallace's hand on 46419, f. 126, directs the printer to set up Chapter 18 from a pamphlet, presumably that produced by Wallace in 1897. Autograph draft showing revision and rearrangement by the author and printer's marks.
NHM-WP01.002.101 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, Wallace William Greenell, Wallace Annie née Mitten, Wallace Mary Née Webster, Fisher Arabella Burton (née Buckley), Bellamy Edward 1898.01.23 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 23 Jan 1898, with birthday greetings; re Violet's salary; hopes Vaccination book out in a few days, problem with diagrams; "Century" ("The Wonderful Century") MS finished, proof reader needed, Mrs Fisher's suggestions for poetical chapter headings; Mrs Fisher's (eyesight?); Bellamy's "Equality"; letter from Mrs Wallace of Stockton (Violet's aunt Mary) re Violet's brother William; William's letters. Place: Dorset England Denver Colorado Stockton California USA
NHM-WP01.002.104 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, Macdonald Miss, Mott Frederick Thompson 1898.02.16 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 16 Feb 1898, sending his book on vaccination for her and Miss Macdonald to read; instructions for packing her books; "Century" book ("The Wonderful Century") about to be printed, Mr Mott asked to write poetical headings; Violet (to work in?) London school. Place: Dorset England
NHM-WP01.002.105 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, Wallace William Greenell, Longfellow , Mott Frederick Thompson, Chant Mr, Longfellow Henry Wadsworth, Fisher Arabella Burton (née Buckley) 1898.02.22 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 22 Feb 1898 re her (move to?) London and resignation from current job; "The Wonderful Century", verses and mottos wanted for chapter headings, Longfellow, Mr Mott; design wanted for cover; Mr Chant? to read proofs; Mrs Fisher; Eucalyptus in garden damaged by snow; book on vaccination and letter from her brother William sent last week. Place: Dorset England
NHM-WP01.002.111 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, Wallace William Greenell, Wallace Mary née Webster, Wallace May, Hicks ?, MacAlpine G A, Maclaren Ian, Watson John, Archer ? Mrs, Scott ? Mr 1898.08.13 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet from Parkstone, Dorset 13 Aug 1898, re her journey to Blankenhain, with detailed questions about accommodation, people and food; news from her brother William in America re Mac, Hicks, camping and travel in a covered waggon; Vaccination Bill in House of Lords, sending copy of report in the "Chronicle"; reviews of A. R. Wallace's book, letter from Ian Mclaren (John Watson?); visits from Mrs Archer and Mr Scott; the Wallaces (Violet's aunt Mary and cousin May) to visit. Place: America Dorset England Germany
NHM-WP01.002.112 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, Schulz ?, Dunn ? Mr, Musson S C, Cambridge O P, ? Eleanor? 1898.08.24 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 24 Aug 1898, re her letter describing her journey to Blankenberg and Keilhaus?, Herr and Frau Rektor Schulz and school; visits to Parkstone by Mr and Mrs Dunn and P Cambridge who is describing and drawing spiders; "The Reminder" on vaccination laws, A. R. Wallace's letter in response; first favourable reviews (of "Wonderful Century") in the "Inquirer" and the "Literary Gazette"; regards to Eleanor. Place: Dorset England Germany
NHM-WP01.002.113 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, Wallace William Greenell, Wallace Annie née Mitten, Schulz ?, Tebb Mr., Dunn ? General, Dunn ? Mr 1898.09.08 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 8 Sep 1898, re fate of Ma's (Annie Wallace) letter and parcel; the Schulz's move from Blankenhain to Possneck; learning the German language; letter from her brother William (in America) re camping, hunting, and breakdown of waggon; A. R. Wallace's letter on vaccination in the "Parkstone Reminder" sent by Mr Tebb to several newspapers and printed in "The Times", copies to be distributed; visits by junior and senior Dunn families; the "Clarion"; the "Daily Chronicle" on victory at Khartoum. Place: America Dorset England Sudan
NHM-WP01.002.114 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, Wallace William Greenell, De Rougemont Louis (Louis Grin), Carnegie M, Beckett Ernest William Lord Grimthorpe, Harris Frank 1898.09.30 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 30 Sep 1898, re Dresden and its art galleries and museums; suggestions for articles by Violet on German school and kindergarten teaching methods for the "Fortnightly" or Harris's "Saturday Review"; usefulness of keeping notes on German family life and manners; the "Chronicle" and Hon. M. Carnegie on De Rougemont's life with savages in Australia, "Wide World Magazine"; "Clarion"; letter from Lord Grimthorpe on conversion to anti-vaccination by A. R. Wallace's book. Place: Dorset England
S588 Periodical contribution: Wallace, A. R. 1900. Professor Alfred Russel Wallace [letter to the annual meeting of the National Anti-Vacination League]. Vaccination Inquirer and Health Review 22 (262): 156. Wallace, A. R. 1900. Professor Alfred Russel Wallace [letter to the annual meeting of the National Anti-Vacination League]. Vaccination Inquirer and Health Review 22 (262): 156. Wallace, A. R. 1900. Professor Alfred Russel Wallace [letter to the annual meeting of the National Anti-Vacination League]. Vaccination Inquirer and Health Review 22 (262): 156. Text Image
NHM-WP01.001.186 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace William Greenell, McCormick Ernest, 1904.09.15 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his son William from Broadstone, Wimborne (Dorset), 15 Sep 1904 re writing an article against reincarnation for the "London Magazine"; working on autobiography; interesting article "Is Vaccination a Disastrous Delusion" by a Bournemouth man (Ernest McCormick) in "The Westminster Review"; visit from an American journalist who interviewed and photographed A. R. Wallace. Place: Broadstone Dorset England USA Notes: OLD REF Correspondence 1879-1922: WP1/19/29
NHM-WP01.001.187 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace William Greenell, Wallace Violet Isabel?, Walker Mr, Huxley Thomas Henry, Tyndall John, Spencer Herbert, Purland Theodosius 1904.10.24 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his son William from Broadstone, Wimborne (Dorset), 24 Oct 1904 annotated in WGW's? hand "Ref (to?) Autobiography"; re designs for plates on gate; WGW's visit to Mr Walker; recommending a visit to Colonel S D Williams at Brum (Birmingham); Spiritualism in Manchester; selecting personal letters for use in autobiography and sorting into categories by subject, has finished a chapter on his brother Herbert: "I have been sorting out the whole lot of my letters &c. first in years - then going over them and taking out all those I shall want to use for the Autobiog. Such as Huxley, Tyndall, Spencer, Purland , and about 20 other persons of some note - also putting together all those referring to Spiritualism , Vaccination, Socialism &c. so that as I come to each of these subjects I shall have all the materials at hand to take exactly what I want for an interesting summary of the subject. I have finished a nice little chapter of my brother Herbert's life & poems, having found about 12 poems and 6 enigmas which are really good . . ." Place: Broadstone Dorset England Notes: transferred from OLD REF Letters re books and writing 1903-1907: WP1/19/9/5.
NHM-WP01.008.133 Correspondence: Wiltshire F H 1911.09.24 Letter from F H Wiltshire to A. R. Wallace, from Stamford Hill, 24 Sep 1911 re death of his friend Ellis? to whom A. R. Wallace had given a copy of his autobiography "My Life" two years earlier; the sale of the book enabled the widow to pay for medical treatment for herself; Wiltshire and his son now reading it with admiration for A. R. Wallace's views on socialism, vaccination etc. Place: London
NHM-WP01.001.152 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace William Greenell undated 1 sheet folded and written on two sides in Mrs Richard Wallace's hand as follows: Letters from A.R. Wallace to his son W.G. Wallace June 1889 June 1911 & 2pcs. Letter no 42. Ref treatment of smallpox | reprint of Malay Archipelago | vaccination. Letter No 44 Donkey & Cart | Plants from Sir Thomas Hanbury. Letter No 29 Househunting! | Beaconsfield | Nr Owens House - The Grange | 70 acre estate with potential! November 1900 (A. R. Wallace aged 77?). Letter no 26 A. R. Wallace giving instructions to his son William !! aged 29!! Letter No 78 (text ends here) Place: Dorset England