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LINSOC-MS181    Notebook:    1854--1862   Notebook: "Eastern Butterflies."
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NHM-WP01.003.039    Correspondence:   Wallace Alfred Russel, Bates Henry Walter, Saunders ?, Pfeiffer Ida, Spruce Richard, Stevens Samuel  1856.04.30   Letter from A. R. Wallace to H W Bates, from Singapore, 30 Apr 1856, continued 10 May 1856; re long wait for and final arrival of a ship to Macassar; arrival of Bates's letters from Ega (now TeffÉ) Brazil, and copy of "Zoologist"; geographical distribution of insect species in the islands of the Malay archipelago; relative scarcity of Lepidoptera; comparative numbers and types of insect species in Malaya archipelago and Brazil; details of insects collected, including new butterfly Ornithoptera Brookeana (Wallace), Rhyncophorae, Carabidae, Anthribidae, Bupestridae, Cleridae, Longicornes and many others, total number of insect species collected estimated at 6,000, specimens over 30, 000; desire to collect all world Longicornes for study; importance of recording location of capture of specimens; separation of collections from different localities; desire for future comparison of data and exchange of specimens with Bates; Orang Utans; comparison of types of forest plants, people and customs in Amazon and Malay archipelago; scarcity of edible fruit in the East; delicious Durian; Madame Pfeiffer's insect collection; regards to Spruce. Notes: Letter no in contents list: 37.
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LINSOC-MS178a    Notebook:    1856.06.00--1857.03.00   Journal 1 "Jo<urnal> / Baly .. Mac<assar>.… / …Aru 1856" [Part 1]
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LINSOC-MS178b    Notebook:    1857.03.00--1858.03.00   Journal 2 "18<57..58> Journal / Part. 2."
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BM-Oc1935,1014.7    Miscellaneous:    1858   Beater (for clay) made of wood. Obtained by A.R. Wallace in Dorey, New Guinea. This object has an ornate pattern carved onto three surfaces. This is not a beater (ie not used to shape the pot) but is used to impress designs onto the surface of the pot (see Wallace). Figd in A.R. Wallace's, "Malay Archipelago" (1869), Vol. II, p.324. Donated by Miss Wallace and W.G. Wallace in 1935. Register information: 'These objects were collected by Alfred Russel Wallace, O.M., the donor's father ...in 1859".
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NHM-WP01.003.041    Correspondence:   Wallace Alfred Russel, Bates Henry Walter, Mohnicke ?, Doleschall ?, Burmeister Hermann, Erichson ?, Darwin Charles Robert, Stevens Samuel, Bowring John Charles  1858.01.04   Letter from A. R. Wallace to W H (sic) Bates, from Amboyna, 4 Jan 1858, continued Ternate, 25 Jan 1858, regarding receipt of mail from home including letters from Bates and Darwin; cleaning and packing of collections from Aru; detailed account of numbers, types and locations of insects collected, including first serious collection of very small genera (Styphilidae etc) at Macassar; comparison of data sent by Bates with 's own; reaction to A. R. Wallace's paper "On the Succession of Species", approving letter from Darwin; benefit of Darwin's proposed publication on species and varieties; boundary between two distinct faunas in Malay Archipelago; proposed expeditions to Gilolo island and New Guinea; advantages of Amboyna as a base; battles of Balaclava and Inkerman; Britain - India meeting (British rule in India?); insects in the Andes. Place: Amboyna Malaya Andes South America Aru Islands Netherlands Indies Australia California USA Gilolo Notes: Letter no in contents list: 39.
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LINSOC-MS178c    Notebook:    1858.03.00--1859.08.00   Journal 3 "Journal / Part. 3. 1858..59."
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LINSOC-MS178d    Notebook:    1859.10.29--1861.05.10   Journal 4 "Journal. Pt. 4".
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NHM-WP07.013    Printed:    1859.11.03--1860.02   "The Zoological Geography of the Malay Archipelago" by A. R. Wallace, offprint sewn into brown paper cover, from the "Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society: Zoology" Feb 1860, pp. 172-184, titled on the front in ink in A. R. Wallace's? WGW's? hand and annotated in ink in A. R. Wallace's hand "Journ. Lin. Soc. Feb. 1860". Place: Malaya Notes: On the Zoological Geography of the Malay Archipelago [communicated by Charles Darwin to the LSL meeting of 3 Nov. 1859]. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society: Zoology 4: 172-184 (1860).
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NHM-WP07.014    Printed:    1859.11.03--1860.02.00   "The Zoological Geography of the Malay Archipelago" by A. R. Wallace, offprint sewn into brown paper cover, from the "Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society: Zoology" Feb 1860, pp. 172-184, annotated on the front in pencil in A. R. Wallace's? WGW's? hand "Zool. Geog. Mal. Arch | Wallace" and in ink in the same? hand "Duplicate"; some markings in blue pencil in the text. Place: Malaya Notes: On the Zoological Geography of the Malay Archipelago [communicated by Charles Darwin to the LSL meeting of 3 Nov. 1859]. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society: Zoology 4: 172-184 (1860).
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NHM-WP01.003.047    Correspondence:   Wallace Alfred Russel, Bates Henry Walter, Bates Frederick, Lacordaire T?, Spix J B von, Natterer Johann, Castelnau Francis-Louis de, Ascolati? ?  1859.11.25   Letter from A. R. Wallace to H W Bates, from Ceram, 25 Nov 1859 re Bates's safe arrival (in England); hopes Bates will write a Fauna of the Amazon valley; A. R. Wallace's own plans for a similar work on the Malay Archipelago; hopes for exchange of duplicate specimens; paper on principles of Geographical distribution in the archipelago sent to the Linnean Society. Place: Ceram Moluccas Netherlands Indies Notes: Letter no in contents list: 45
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S053    Periodical contribution:     Wallace, A. R. 1860. On the zoological geography of the Malay Archipelago. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society: Zoology 4: 172-184.   Text   Image   PDF
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S078    Periodical contribution:     Wallace, A. R. 1863. On the physical geography of the Malay Archipelago. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society 33: 217-234, 1 map.   Text   Image
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NHM-WP01.003.054    Correspondence:   Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace John, Wallace Mary née Webster, Darwin Charles Robert, Stevens Samuel, Wallace William, Wallace John, Wallace Herbert  1863.01.02   Letter from A. R. Wallace to John Wallace, from 5 Westbourne Grove Terrace, London W, 2 Jan 1863 re Darwin's "Origin of Species"; A. R. Wallace's discovery of the principle of natural selection; work on collections from Malay Archipelago, collector still employed there; possibility of engaging a collector in Sandwich Islands; 1862 London International Exhibition; marriage; nephews; American civil war; sending photos of himself. Place: Columbia California USA San Francisco Calif Notes: Letter no in contents list: 52
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NHM-WP07.022    Printed:    1863.06.08   "On the Physical Geography of the Malay Archipelago" by A. R. Wallace, reprint with green paper cover, pp. [1] -18 plus map, from the Journal of the Royal Geographical Society 33: 217-234 (& map) (1863), paper read 8 June 1863; some marginal markings in lead and blue pencil. Place: Malaya Notes: Front cover and map detached
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NHM-WP09.002.003    Note:    1863.09.00?--1863?   Text in A. R. Wallace's hand of a lecture titled on the front cover "Lecture 3. | On the Races of Man in the Malay Archipelago" and the pencilled annotation in A. R. Wallace's hand "Capt Cook's Voyages, King of Tahiti Papuan | Phot. of Siamese"; lined notebook approx 22.5 x 17.5 cm; forty-seven numbered pages with text continued onto the inside back cover; undated, (BAAS, Sep 1863?); part of a printed market share list, torn, glued to the bottom of the last page. Place: Netherlands Indies Notes: Plain paper cover sewn to pages which appear to be from a school-style notebook; cover very stained and torn at the edges; inside pages in fair condition. No numbered tags pasted onto pages in this book.
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NHM-WP07.033    Printed:    1864--1865   "On the Varieties of Man in the Malay Archipelago" by A. R. Wallace, offprint in green paper cover of a paper read 26 Jan 1864, pp. [196]-215, annotated on front of first page in ink in A. R. Wallace's hand "From Transactions of the Ethnological Society. 1865 (Vol. 3)" and on the front cover "Alfred R Wallace | Man in the Malay Archipelago"; "1865" has been added in blue pencil in his or WGW's hand.
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NHM-WP07.032    Printed:    1864--1865   "On the Varieties of Man in the Malay Archipelago" by A. R. Wallace, offprint or proof in green paper cover of a paper read 26 Jan 1864, pp. [196] -215, with deletions in pencil and another printed section pasted onto part of p. 214; titled on front in ink in A. R. Wallace's hand "Man in the Malay Archipelago" with "1864" added in pencil in A. R. Wallace's? WGW's? hand; from Transactions of the Ethnological Society of London 3 (n.s.): 196-215 (1865), see Smith S82. Place: Malaya
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S082    Periodical contribution:     Wallace, A. R. 1864. On the varieties of men in the Malay Archipelago. Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 33 (part 2: Sections): 147-148.   Text   Image   PDF
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NHM-WP07.029    Printed:    1864.06.28--1864   "On the Parrots of the Malayan Region …" by A. R. Wallace, offprint with blue paper cover, pp. 3 -25 plus map, from the "Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London" 24 Jun 1864, titled on the cover in blue pencil in A. R. Wallace's? WGW's? hand "Malayan Parrots | Wallace" with "1864" added in lead pencil in the same? hand. Place: Malaya Notes: Paper read at the ZSL meeting of 28 June 1864 (Smith) Smith: S102. On the Parrots of the Malayan Region, With Remarks on Their Habits, Distribution, and Affinities, And the Descriptions of Two New Species. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1864: 272-295 (includes map of the Malay Archipelago) (1864).
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S082[.1]    Periodical contribution:     Wallace, A. R. 1865. On the varieties of man in the Malay Archipelago. Transactions of the Ethnological Society of London 3: 196-215.   Text   Image   PDF
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S112    Periodical contribution:     Wallace, A. R. 1865. Descriptions of new birds from the Malay Archipelago. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1865 (13 June): 474-481, pls. 28-29.   Text   Image   PDF
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S109    Periodical contribution:     Wallace, A. R. 1865. List of the land shells Collected by Mr. Wallace in the Malay Archipelago, with descriptions of the new species by Mr. Henry Adams. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1865: 405-416, pl. 21.   Text   Image   PDF
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NHM-WP07.034    Printed:    1865.06.13--1865   "Descriptions of New Birds from the Malay Archipelago" by A. R. Wallace, offprint with blue cover annotated in blue pencil in A. R. Wallace's? WGW's? hand "New birds | Wallace" and in lead pencil in the same? hand "1865"; from the Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 13 Jun 1865, pp [474]- 481 plus two coloured plates. Place: Malaya
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S114    Periodical contribution:     Wallace, A. R. 1865. On the pigeons of the Malay Archipelago. Ibis (n.s.) 1 (4): 365-400, pl.9.   Text   Image   PDF
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S104    Periodical contribution:     Wallace, A.R. 1866. On the progress of civilisation in Northern Celebes. Transactions of the Ethnological Society of London (new series) 4: 61-71.   Text   Image   PDF
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S141    Periodical contribution:     Wallace, A. R. 1868. On the raptorial birds of the Malay Archipelago. Ibis (n.s.) 4 (13): 1-27, pl. I.   Text   Image   PDF
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NHM-WP07.037    Printed:    1868.01.00--1868.04.00   Print by A. R. Wallace on raptorial Birds of the Malay archipelago, c. Jan and Apr 1868. Place: Malaya Notes: S141. On the Raptorial Birds of the Malay Archipelago. Ibis 4 (n.s.): 1-27 (& 1 colour plate) (Jan. 1868: no. 13, n.s.). S142. Corrections of, and Additions to, the Catalogue of the Raptorial Birds of the Malay Archipelago. Ibis 4 (n.s.): 215-216 (April 1868: no. 14, n.s.).
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NHM-WP07.037.001    Printed:    1868.01.00--1868   "On the Raptorial Birds of the Malay Archipelago" by A. R. Wallace, reprint in paper cover annotated in blue pencil in A. R. Wallace's? WGW's? hand "Malay | Raptorial Birds | Wallace" with "1868" added in lead pencil in the same? hand; pp. [1] -27 plus coloured plate, from "The Ibis" Jan 1868. Place: Malaya Notes: Smith: S141. On the Raptorial Birds of the Malay Archipelago. Ibis 4 (n.s.): 1-27 (& 1 colour plate) (Jan. 1868: no. 13, n.s.).
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S142    Periodical contribution:     Wallace, A. R. 1868. Corrections of, and additions to, the catalogue of the raptorial birds of the Malay Archipelago. Ibis (n.s.) 4 (14): 215-216.   Text   Image   PDF
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NHM-WP07.037.002    Printed:    1868.04.00--1868   "Corrections of, and Additions to, the Catalogue of the Raptorial Birds of the Malay Archipelago" by A. R. Wallace, undated offprint pp [1]-2 from "The Ibis", Apr 1868; 1 folio. Notes: S142. Corrections of, and Additions to, the Catalogue of the Raptorial Birds of the Malay Archipelago. Ibis 4 (n.s.): 215-216 (April 1868: no. 14, n.s.).
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S715[2d].2    Book:     Wallace, A. R. 1869. The Malay Archipelago: The land of the orang-utan, and the bird of paradise. A narrative of travel, with studies of man and nature. London: Macmillan and Co. Volume 2. 2d edition.   Image   PDF
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NHM-WP06    Note:    [1869]--1913   Papers related to the writing and publication of books by A. R. Wallace, including Mss, printed proofs of text and illustrations, annotated photographs and drawings, printed reviews, rough notes and correspondence. First date is that of publication of first or only edition of work, dates in brackets those of the archived papers. WP6/1 1869 (nd) Papers re Malay Archipelago WP6/2 1870 (1871) Papers re Contributions to the theory of Natural Selection WP6/3 1876 (1876?) Papers re The Geographical Distribution of Animals... WP6/4 1880 (1880-81) Papers re Island Life WP6/5 1889 (1889?-1901?) Papers re Darwinism: an exposition of the theory of natural selection… WP6/6 1900 (1887?-1900?) Papers re Studies Scientific and Social WP6/7 1903 (1904? Papers re Man's place in the Universe WP6/8 1905 (1904-1906?) Papers re autobiography My Life WP6/9 1907 (1907) Papers re Is Mars Habitable? WP6/10 1910 (1911) Papers re The World of Life WP6/11 1913 (1913) Papers re Social environment and moral progress WP6/12 1889-1899 Readers' correspondence and related papers
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S715.2    Book:     Wallace, A. R. 1869. The Malay Archipelago: The land of the orang-utan, and the bird of paradise. A narrative of travel, with studies of man and nature. London: Macmillan and Co. Volume 2.   Text   Image   PDF
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S715.1    Book:     Wallace, A. R. 1869. The Malay Archipelago: The land of the orang-utan, and the bird of paradise. A narrative of travel, with studies of man and nature. London: Macmillan and Co. Volume 1.   Text   Image   PDF
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NHM-WP01.003.059    Correspondence:   Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace John, Wallace Violet Isabel?, Wallace Herbert Spencer, Wallace Mary Anne, Watts?, Burden ?, Millard ?, Wallace Herbert Edward, Wallace Eliza, Wallace William G., Lyell Sir Charles, Grey Thomas De  1869.05.25   Letter from A. R. Wallace to John Wallace, from 9, St. Mark's Crescent, Regents Park London NW, 25 May 1869 re probate (of his mother's will?) and payment of Wallace family legacies with details of amounts; sister Fanny's finances; Thomas Sims's business; loss of money through investments; details of annual domestic expenditure; comparative cost of living in London and the country; sales of "Malay Archipelago"; application for museum position; request for seeds of wild Californian plants; children, A. R. Wallace's daughter, now 4 months old, named Violet Isabel. Place: California USA London England Notes: Letter no in contents list: 57. Annotated in ink an unknown hand at top of last page: "All I can find. M W" (Mary Wallace née Webster?)
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NHM-WP06.001    Note:    1872--unknown   Paper(s) relating to Wallace, Alfred Russel, 1869, "The Malay Archipelago; The Land of the Orang-utan and the Bird of Paradise; A Narrative of Travel With Studies of Man and Nature". 2 volumes. Macmillan & Co., London, 9 March 1869 and subsequent editions/reprints.
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S715[10th]    Book:     Wallace, A. R. 1890. The Malay Archipelago: The land of the orang-utan, and the bird of paradise. A narrative of travel, with studies of man and nature. London and New York: Macmillan and Co.   Image   PDF
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NHM-WP01.001.044    Correspondence:   Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace William Greenell, Russell Francis Albert Rollo, Bernard Mr  1902.03.16   Letter from A. R. Wallace to his son William, from Parkstone, Dorset, 16 Mar 1902 re reccommended treatment if William contracts small-pox; progress of house-building; beginning autobiography; writing Astronomy chapter for new edition of Wond. Cent (A. R. Wallace, "The Wonderful Century: Its Successes and Failures", 1898); Macmillan request for reprint of "Malay Archipelago". Place: Dorset England Notes: Numbered in pencil in Mrs Richard Wallace's hand: 42
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NHM-WP02.006.002    Note:    [1913--1915]   Chronology and outline of A. R. Wallace's life and rough notes on his time in the Malay Archipelago: 3 Mss in two or three different hands.
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NHM-WP02.006.002.03    Note:    [1914--1915]   Rough undated notes in ink in an unknown hand re A. R. Wallace's experiences in the Malay Archipelago, beginning "1854 went to the Malay Archipelago - a part of the world quite unknown then - and full of the most wonderful birds and insects." 2 pp. on 2 ff.
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NHM-WP09.002    Notebook:    undated   Mss. Lectures on the subject of the tropics; three undated notebooks in A. R. Wallace's hand Notes: Possibly for BAAS meeting Aug-Sep 1863 (See Michael Shermer 2002, p. 153). Could be from A. R. Wallace's American tour 1886-87, UK tour 1890; RI lectures c 1908 or others, but BAAS meeting seems likely as he lectured there "On the Varieties of Men in the Malay Archipelago" (Shermer, p. 153). Press cuttings may help date them.
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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
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